Though the 2020 Roland Garros event on the terre battue has been postponed to late September due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some top players are showing off their kits that almost were and might yet be fully realized in sanctioned major match play.

In a frock with a fresh color palette and fantastic diagonal stripes, Petra Kvitova shined in Nike at the Czech Tennis President's Cup in Prague.


Rafael Nadal's own unique look was teased by Nike Court.

With a two-toned blue set from Asics that would have been striking when set against the crushed red brick surface in Paris, Alex de Minaur appeared in full flight. Ah, the promo shoots that could not foretell the health crisis that would befall our world.


Corentin Moutet of France, frozen at No. 75 on the ATP Tour's singles ladder, depicted his unique look as well, amidst a clay-court practice session. Dig the seemingly wonderfully clashing patterns.


Solid styles, and of course it can't all be Andre Agassi circa 1990, which had levels of fashion and intrigue both.

Whether these pros will don this match garb, or even newer outfits, when next the French Open is played remains to be seen. It could be 2020, or 2021—but we know we'll see them again.