High-fashion racquet bags cool tennis players will love

Monreal London, tennis accesories

As a nod to the French open that’s on right now at Roland Garros, we’re loving these statement racket carriers by luxury tennis-wear fashion brand, Monreal London and currently available at NET-A-PORTER.

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Both racquet bags are PVC, making it easy to spot clean them, and both will guarantee you draw plenty of attention pre-game, regardless of your serving prowess. Neither, however, fall on the subtle side of the fashion line – bold is clearly the new white in tennis accessories!

Monreal London is designed by German-born designer Stefanï Grosse, who’s an avid tennis enthusiast herself, which means every high tech piece of clothing or accessory she designs is as functional as it is fabulous. This 80s-esque Malika cover, for example, features a zip-up pocket for phone and locker key, while the racquet bag has two separate compartments so you can carry a spare. Love all!

Monreal London, tennis accesories

Shop → Monreal London Malika printed canvas and PVC tennis racket cover, $392
 Monreal London, tennis accesories
Shop → Monreal London Canvas and PVC racket bag, $675
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As the only media identity in Australia to have edited both luxury fashion and fitness magazines, award-winning journalist Rachel Sharp has worked in Sydney, London and Dubai, holding the position of editor on titles including Harper’s BAZAAR and GRAZIA. In 2012, she successfully launched the Australian edition of Women’s Fitness magazine, which scooped Launch of the Year at the 2013 Publishers Australia Excellence Awards. Equal parts fashion-obsessed and fitness enthusiast, Rachel – who grew up in the idyllic beach town of Port Macquarie and is mum to two young children – holds a Bachelors degree in Medical Science and Masters in Writing for Media. Despite the fact she absolutely loves what she does for a living, Rachel would still rather be surfing or snowboarding than at her computer. Carpe diem!