In the pastel grey Ace Day Dress, Maria Sharapova‘s cool elegance draws attention. The Dri-FIT jersey fabric offers premium sweat management and a flattering, feminine style.
Double layers of the material in the skirt, finished with delicate merrow stitching, enhance the graceful beauty and movement. Contrasting self-fabric straps in solar red and piping wrapping from front to back provide attention-grabbing pops of color.
Inspired by Maria Sharapova‘s demand for peak style and performance, the Maria Ace Tank and Shirt deliver both.
A racerback silhouette offers a wide range of motion and comfort during matches. At the front, a color-popping Mandarin collar adds a subtle design detail and a deep V-Nick enhances the feminine fit. Bonded empire seams with contrasting Bemis tape below the bust highlight the flattering neckline. Dri-FIT jersey fabric provide cool comfort during the steamiest late summer matches. The skirt uses cooling Dri-FIT fabric in layers of mesh and jersey, and a built-in jersey short gives friction-free support and ball storage. The wide, powermesh waistband is both comfortable and flattering, and the embroidered pleating adds a fun jolt of color.
Inspired by NYC and one of the most anticipated moments in Tennis, Nike offers a unique collection that is fit for any enthusiast to express their loyalty to the mavericks of the court and sheer love for the game. Nike Tennis presents the Tribute Collection.
The 2009 US Open was the start of everything for Juan Martin Del Potro: glory and misery, triumph and disaster, it all began after that dramatic five-set final against Roger Federer in New York, which put him on top of the world. But he paid a high price: an eight-month right wrist injury sidelined him for most of 2010 and, since that final, we’ve barely seen the youngest and most promising prospect of future tennis at his best. Two years later, an evocative second round in Cincinnati fields the 22 year old Argentine against the Swiss maestro again. A blockbuster that could be another turning point in Delpo’s young and restless career.
Nothing has run according to plans in Juan Martin Del Potro’s life: had someone told him, as a fifteen year old boy making his way in junior tennis, that five years later he would fulfill his dream of becoming a US Open champion dethroning the legendary Roger Federer, he probably wouldn’t have believed it. Had someone told him that some months after that success, right in its blossom, his career would even be in doubt because of a lingering right wrist injury that required surgery in May 2010, he surely wouldn’t have believed it. Too high, too low in the blink of an eye.
At the age of 22, with a Grand Slam title already under his belt, the Argentine has become the biggest enigma of today’s tennis. After his stunning win in Flushing Meadows in 2009 he was appointed by tennis commentators and experts as “the next big thing” of the game. Today, at the eve of another edition of the US Open, the entire tennis world celebrates Novak Djokovic’s kingdom and the guy from Tandil is hardly mentioned when one wonders who, in the future, could stop what might become one of the most impressive dominations in the history of the sport.
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2008 US Open finalist Andy Murray will wear tee and short of the adidas Barricade Collection, and Barricade 6.0 shoes.
adidas Men’s Fall Barricade Crew
The pinhole mesh top features a layered V-neck with contrast piping, printed graphic to emphasize the athlete’s body, no-sew bonded mesh inset featuring X-Static inset on back for cooling and comfort, applied 3-Stripes on sleeves, and a printed adidas logo at center chest.