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May 16, 2016

A Paris Point of View

The world’s top tennis players return to the clay in May, intent on capturing the season’s second Grand Slam. In honor of the tournament’s host city, Paris, NikeCourt introduces a collection that reflects the city’s reputation for timeless style. Shades of blue, France’s signature color, are present throughout, appearing on traditional silhouettes such as polos and pleated skirts. Furthermore, the comprehensive offerings deliver innovation for the full ceremony of tennis — from practice to on-court performance to off-court sport style.

Practice

Clay courts require superior strength and conditioning, which is why NikeCourt athletes gear up for strenuous play with practice apparel that provides optimal mobility and features moisture-wicking Dri-FIT fabric.

Grigor Dimitrov: NikeCourt Logo Tee, NikeCourt Gladiator 9” Short, NikeCourt Zoom Vapor 9.5 Tour
Madison Keys: NikeCourt Baseline Tank

On Court

NikeCourt’s on-court looks for the tournament feature modern design elements and a spectrum of blues. 

Rafa Nadal: NikeCourt Challenger Rafa Premier Crew with Nike AeroReact technology. The responsive, lightweight bi-component yarn senses moisture vapor and opens its structure to maximize breathability.
Roger Federer: NikeCourt Advantage RF Polo featuring a traditional tennis collar and modern, slim fit. Underarm gussets enable optimal range of motion, while laser-perforated ventilation and Dri-FIT fabric help keep Federer cool and comfortable.
Grigor Dimitrov: NikeCourt Advantage Premier Polo and NikeCourt Gladiator Premier 9” Short. Dimitrov’s polo for the tournament incorporates a redesigned blade collar, while his short features stretch construction for optimal mobility and laser perforations for enhanced breathability. Each piece also features Dri-FIT fabric.
Serena Williams: NikeCourt Premier Dress. A nod to celebrated French elegance, Williams’ dress features traditional design elements such as yarn-dyed cuffs, a banded neckline, a blend of blue hues and box pleats, which are designed to provide mobility. Dri-FIT fabric will help Williams stay dry and comfortable.
Madison Keys: NikeCourt Premier Advantage Sleeveless Polo and NikeCourt Victory Skirt. Keys’ polo features an updated blade collar and Dri-FIT fabric that helps wick sweat from the skin. The pleated skirt is designed to provide optimal mobility and showcase the body in motion. A waistband borrowed from Nike women’s training apparel couples with an inner ball short to minimize distractions.

Off Court

Off-court apparel for Paris features Nike’s latest sport-style innovation and subtle nods to tennis history.

Grigor Dimitrov: NikeCourt Pocket Tee. The lines on this soft, cotton tee are inspired by the final point of Andre Agassi’s epic comeback victory on clay in 1999.
Rafa Nadal: NikeCourt Fleece Crew. This classic crew features a back panel constructed with the same spacer mesh used in Nike Tech Hypermesh garments.
Serena Williams: NikeCourt Hooded Vest. This vest delivers warm-weather coverage with an oversized Nike Tech Hypermesh hood.

The NikeCourt collection for Paris is now available at nike.com/nikecourt and select Nike retailers.