Fashion Hits and Misses of the U.S. Open

What’s almost as fun to see as the tennis at the U.S. Open? The players’ outfits, of course! U.S. Open fashion is some of the best tennis looks you’ll see all year … the pros have to look flawless when they’re in one of the fashion capitals of the world. Unfortunately, not everyone aces the fashion game. MyTennisLessons serves as the line judge to call this year’s hits and misses.



Maria Sharapova’s red, white and blue ensemble has the U.S. Open crowd on her side.


Not to be outdone by girlfriend Maria, Grigor Dimotrov’s polo perfectly matches the blue hard courts.


Despite an early exit, Ana Ivanovic won the hearts of fashion lovers everywhere with this LBD.

Roger Federer of Switzerland returns a shot against Marinko Matosevic of Australia

Consistently the sharpest-looking player on the court, Roger Federer knows black is always in fashion.


CiCi Bellis was the darling of the U.S. Open this year and her adorable outfit only made American fans love her more.


John Isner won big time in his matches as well as in the fashion game with this sporty Lacoste look.


Venus Williams’ cool blue tie-dye somehow made her look more calm and collected in her first matches.


Nick Kyrgios has made quite a splash at the 2014 U.S. Open and his hot pink polo says that he’s not a player to be overlooked.


2014 US Open - Day 3

What’s the worst part about this Stella McCartney design worn by Caroline Wozniacki? The highly visible sweat stains, the ruffles, or the dull pink and beige colors? None of it is good.


Victoria Azarenka looks less than polished in this odd sleeveless collared shirt and mismatching shorts.


German Jan-Lennard Struff may be confused which country he’s playing for. And what’s with the skull on his shirt?


She wouldn’t be Serena Williams without her outlandish outfits. This loud leopard print is definitely not her best though.


If you didn’t know Marinko Matosevic’s name before now you do because it’s written for the world to see across his sideways hat. Everything about this is just amusing.



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