Stripes, florals, animal prints and more - Marija Zivlak of Women's Tennis Blog is presenting her top five prints that marked the 2015 WTA fashion.
WTA Staff

After showing you the power of extraordinary back designs in women's tennis clothing, Marija Zivlak of Women's Tennis Blog is presenting her selection of Top 5 prints that marked the 2015 WTA fashion.

EleVen's Ndebele print

Colorful zig-zag print that wonderfully combines cool and warm tones in a geometric pattern solidified the position of Venus Williams' EleVen clothing brand at the very top of tennis fashion. The print, which drew inspiration from South African Ndebele tribe, refreshed tennis courts in 2015 with lively colors, while Venus enhanced the print with stylish and figure-flattering colorblocks.

Serena Williams Nike Greatness Collection

Nike created the Greatness Collection to celebrate Serena Williams' absolute dominance in 2015 and to depict the American's supreme power the company incorporated animal and marble prints in footwear and apparel for the tennis icon's US Open campaign. The Nike Safari print was there to cater to Williams' penchant for animal prints, while the marble print symbolized her strength.

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Stella McCartney's subtle floral prints in adidas' outfits worked beautifully with the pleated skorts and were a charming touch of femininity in athletic tops. Caroline Wozniacki and Garbiñe Muguruza were the most famous endorsers of the collection, whose mint, slate grey and peach prints marked the early 2015 season.

Ivanovic

Avant-garde items from Yohji Yamamoto's collection for adidas dominated tennis fashion at the French Open and the flower print hand-painted in Japan made the clothes exceptionally appealing and unique.

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Ana Ivanovic's black Paris dress exuded power and mystery, while the print featured in her shorts, shoes and visor ensured that the outfit pushed the boundaries of women's tennis fashion.

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When it comes to fashion experiments, Agnieszka Radwanska and Lotto went the furthest with this extra shiny technical metallic lace fabric that made the tennis world buzzing when the Pole launched it during the Rogers Cup in Toronto. Hate it or love it, the Lotto Lux Metallic Dress was the biggest attention-grabber of the season.