Posted by on Jun 3, 2015 in Helen's Blog | 4 comments

Tennis Colors by Nike @ French Open - 2015

Photos: © Getty

Nike made a huge color statement at the French Open for 2015. For both women and men. From top to toe. Socks, headbands, wristbands as well as shoes, caps and bandeaus, what peeks out underskirts too. The colors were mouth-watering, flattering, and fun, See pinks, lilacs, corals, all mixed. Yum.
Top left to right: Eugenie Bouchard … Sabine Lisiki … Petra Kvitova.
Center: Nike shoes. Couldn’t find any socks, but some men wore matching ones!
Bottom: Serena Williams… Roger Federer.
Photos: © Getty … Collage by


  1. Jun 3, 2015

    “Mouth watering” is a good way to put it. I’ve been watching the tennis and enjoying the Nike mix of festive colors – even in dull or difficult matches, the outfits brought a smile to my face. Thank you, Helen, for sharing the joy with those who are not watching the French Open – one need not be a fan of tennis to enjoy the fashions! I wonder what they’ll bring out for the U.S. Open – now I’m excited to see what they come up with.

    • Jun 3, 2015

      Thank you Marissa. They are the best color combos yet, Wimbledon will be white, not sure US Open can beat the French Open. Nike did some job this year. And Nadals blues were fab too.

      • Jun 3, 2015

        I agree that they are the best color combos in a long time – maybe ever. Some of them looked like sunsets turned into clothing. I like that Wimbledon kept the white for tradition (I’m old enough to remember when tennis was always all white) and I think they should stay that way. But, I’m happy to have colors at the other tournaments, especially when the colors are so well used. I also agree with you about Nadal’s ombre blue outfit – a terrific selection of blue and easy to follow him against the brick red court! I also agree with you that these outfits will be difficult to top.

        • Jun 4, 2015

          Yes, Marissa, agreed. Nike has done well this year, better than ever.

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