Where to buy tennis racquets and apparel used in French Open 2022
If watching Djokovic and Nadal has inspired you to get on the tennis court, here are some of your best options for purchasing tennis racquets and clothes.
The French Open 2022 is in full swing, and tennis fans the world over simply can't wait to see who will lift the clay court crown. On the men's side, will it be 13-time champion Rafael Nadal, defending champion Novak Djokovic, teenage phenom Carlos Alcaraz or another worthy contender? And on the women's side, can anyone halt the fearsome run of world number 1 Iga Świątek?
Once the event wraps up on 6 June, and your sleep schedule has recovered, you may find yourself with a burning desire to get out on the tennis court yourself. While you won't be hitting balls like the pros straight away, tennis is still an incredibly fun sport to take up.
But you don't want to show up to the tennis court in an ancient pair of Slazengers and the racquet you used when you were 5. That's why we've assembled this guide on the best vendors from which to purchase the tennis racquets and apparel you've been watching in the French Open 2022.
Where to buy tennis racquets seen in French Open 2022
Popular racquets like the widely-used Wilson Blade are available to purchase for competitive prices on Catch.
Where to buy tennis apparel seen in French Open 2022
About French Open 2022
The French Open, or Roland-Garros, is currently being held for the 126th time in Paris. It is the second Grand Slam event of the year, and the only one to be held on clay courts.
On the men's side, the event has been dominated by Rafael Nadal in recent history. Widely considered the greatest clay court player ever, he has won the event a staggering 13 times since 2005. Early tomorrow morning for Australian viewers, he will face the only man to defeat him multiple times in Paris, Novak Djokovic. Djokovic defeated Nadal in the semi-finals of the event last year, and went on to claim his second French Open crown.
The women's side of the event has seen an impressive run from world number 1 and 2020 champion Iga Świątek. She will face eleventh seed Jessica Peluga in her quarter-final. Other contenders include teenage sensations Coco Guaff and Leylah Fernandez.