Paula Badosa and Nike Serve Style in 2022

The 24-year-old Badosa donned last winter’s pieces to the Adelaide International 1 in Australia: the Nike Winter Victory Tank and a traditional navy-blue pleated skirt.

At the Sydney Tennis Classic, Badosa’s victory ensemble included a Nike Winter Victory Tank and a charity skirt.

The blue outfit blends a playful skirt with two tiers of pleats with a V-neck racerback shirt with a small keyhole. In Sydney, the WTA star preferred the Nike Air Zoom Vapor Pro.

The NikeCourt Melbourne series, which has asymmetrical cuts, broad lines that clash in various orientations to offer aesthetic intrigue, and a colour scheme of vivid coral, burgundy and orange, made its premiere during the Australian Open. Here, we see the Nike Melbourne Slam Rock, another dynamic asymmetrical design, and the Spaniard in Nike Melbourne Slam Tank Top, a contemporary homage to vintage tennis polo.


Badosa wore a basic orange pleated skirt in Doha with a short-sleeve crewneck blouse from the Melbourne collection.

Badosa advertised the Nike Spring Advantage Pleated Skirt and Novelty Tank in Indian Wells, Miami, and Charleston. Both garments include split tank straps that are stacked at the back.

At the Miami Open, Badosa teamed the Spring Advantage Novelty Tank in blue with the Advantage novelty shorts, which are distinguished by their elastic waistband with twist feature. They were worn when playing doubles with Aryna Sabalenka.

Badosa wore a solid-colored purple dress with a V-neck high collar and a keyhole in the back in Stuttgart, Madrid, and Rome.

This two-photo set from Madrid shows the dress’s front and back.

Nike introduced asymmetry, fascinating cuts, and flowing colour blocks that evoked a sense of perpetual movement in Roland Garros.

Only one of the short sleeves on the Badosas Summer print slam dress from Nike had an unanticipated cutout at the back. On the right side, below the bust, there was a cutout in the shape of an almond. The Spaniard donned many items from the Paris collection in Eastbourne.

The London Slam Rock, a flirty silhouette with two arching rows of micropleats that flair out as players sprint for the ball, and the slim fit London Slam Tank from the Nike line were both featured at Wimbledon.

Badosa wore a purple crop top and a black skort while in San Jose. Her Cincinnati style resembled Cincinnati’s, but in a darker way.

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