They are beautiful, but unless the sun is red at sunset, I couldn't describe it as anything other than blinding!
Sun? What sun? I've forgotten what that is.
In the ad Andy looks really good in his blue kit and (artificially?) sun-tanned by the Miami Heat. adidas yet remains faithful to the shoulder parts, which they describe in blooming words. Good that they have learnt their lesson from the WTF when everybody made fun of the yellow shorts, which did not bring any luck, either. But I have realised that some players still resort to them. Another trend seem to be the "shades of grey", even if it is an awful colour for a tennis kit: Nole in light grey with stripes, Tsonga without stripes, Troicki in the darker version, Federer at AO with a pink zipper (and not to forget the trainers to match).
That photo has definitely been photoshopped because I have never seen Andy with anything other than a light sun-tan. He's got what we Scots call a pealy wally skin (i.e. he's fair skinned) so probably has to use a lot of sun screen otherwise his skin would just burn and turn red.