The trend of wearing capris on the court seems to have some (excuse the lame play on words) legs. Back in 2010, I spotted Kim Clijsters at the BNP Paribas Open wearing her Fila capris on the practice courts. Last year, Brittany spied Maria Kirilenko and Jelena Jankovic wearing them there as well. We even saw Victoria Azarenka wear them in the finals.
They’re worn on their own or beneath shorts or a skirt. The look is so popular, you can buy skirt-capri combos: skapris, anyone? Lucky In Love, Fila and Wilson (just to name a few) offer these pre-assembled skort-capri combos. The advantages of the combo are there’s only one piece of apparel to keep track of, price (usually cheaper) and some, like the Fila and Wilson versions, come with a built-in ball pocket.
It seems that while everyone else was in yellow at this year’s Australian Open, Fila’s women athletes looked cool and collected in a beautiful shade of blue that was paired with black and white. Let’s take a deserved closer look at Fila’s Spring Center Court Collection for 2013.
Caroline Wozniacki is normally sporting adidas by Stella McCartney dresses during her matches, but out on the practice court she likes to mix it up with other adidas essentials. On top, Caroline is wearing the adidas Spring Sequential Racer Tank and on bottom the matching adidas Spring Sequential Short in black. To complete her look, try the adidas by Stella McCartney Sebellica shoes and the adidas by Stella McCartney Org Cotton Visor.
Even in Indian Wells, the mornings are a little chilly. Jelena Jankovic knows how to stay warm during her practice. You can too with Fila apparel. Get the super comfy Fila Supplex Tight Capri and pair it with the Fila Supplex Jacket for the perfect outfit to start the day.