How will tennis look like in the future


As a celebration of their 75th anniversary, Lacoste reinvented tennis by thinking how it will look after 75 years, in 2083.

Lacoste is very known for its tennis gear and you can see from the pictures that all the gear is Lacoste brand.

From what I can see from the video and pictures the tennis will be very dinamically played in the future, the player has some sort of protection suit because the balls will travel very fast with 200-300 km/h fastened by special electronic devices.

Also the special suit will offer the player increased speed and jumping capabilities enhanced. La face mask will protect your eyes and face from the ball and probably will have night vision…so you can play your favorite game in the dark.

For me it looks very exciting but in 2083 probably I will be too old to play it

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6 Responses to “How will tennis look like in the future”

  1. tennis will be much the same, except with bigger boobs, just like everything is

  2. MegaMick says:

    ^
    We have a winner.

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    I can see English is your second language.

    At least change the title to “What will tennis look like in the future?” or “How tennis will look in the future”.

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