Victoria Azarenka is super fashionable with Billie Eilish sneakers

Billie Eilish x Nike Alpha Force Low is a sneaker model that the singer created in collaboration with Nike, using sustainable materials and seaweed ink to reduce environmental impact

Victoria Azarenka is a tennis player who is always very style conscious, and she has shown it time and time again. Now, the former Slam champion showed another touch of her amazing style, wearing a pair of trainers Billie Eilish x Nike Alpha Force Low.Billie Eilish x Nike Alpha Force Low is a sneaker model that the singer created in collaboration with Nike, using sustainable materials and seaweed ink to reduce environmental impact.The sneakers are part of a collaboration between singer Nike and feature a white, red and black color scheme with recycled materials and co-branding.

The Nike Alpha Force Low is a basketball shoe originally released in 1988 and worn by legends like Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley.

Azarenka: “I’m so tired of talking about this”
Viktoria Azarenka, at Wimbledon, was booed when the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina did not shake her hand, as a new custom says.

In Washington, the first change: there was the announcement of the non-squeeze, so that reactions from the crowd can be avoided.Despite a point between the WTA and Ukrainian players, there was no shortage of questions at the press conference on this situation.Azarenka explained: “I’m so tired of talking about this.

I hope that the statement will put a stop to these continuing discussions. But if I played against Kalinina, I would not know. I shook her hand when played in Adelaide. I feel that the very clear message is a personal choice of Ukrainian athletes to do it.

It’s not the standard. It’s not something I would do, but I’m not in a position to judge. It doesn’t fit my idea of sport, but I will respect and accept the other player’s choice.”In Montreal, Viktoria Azarenka became the most successful tennis player on the women’s circuit in the WTA 1000 tournaments: with the first winner in Montreal, the Grand Slam champion reached 187 victories, surpassing Simona Halep by one victory.She told: “I think the statistic clearly says that I love playing big events.

You know, even at the Australian Open I think I hit 150 games or something. So I love a big stage. One specific run? I have a terrible memory from when I became a mom, but one of those rides in Cincinnati in 2021 was pretty amazing for me. Back after a long hiatus, to the point where I didn’t know if I would really play again.”

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