Adidas said that its newest tennis apparel collection was made using more sustainable dye technologies that allow color to be applied to garments earlier in the creation process. This method is said to save up to 60 percent of the water and energy traditionally used, thereby reducing the environmental impact of production. Furthermore, the new tennis apparel range has been entirely created with Primeblue, a recycled material made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic, as part of Adidas’ commitment to completely phase out the use of virgin polyesters by 2024. The latest tennis collection, including both apparel and footwear silhouettes, is set to be worn by elite players at the Roland Garros in Paris. It is available via the Adidas app.