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US Open Fashion Hits – Part 1

While there are some who have tried and failed to keep up with the fashion standards on courts, there are others who have literally shined their way through the world stage. Pressure is always on for the players to look and dress their best for the most glamorous Grand Slam, subject to the scrutiny of New York’s some of the finest fashion critics. Though have been fashion disasters and controversies at the US Open, there have been US Open fashion hits as well!

 

We take a look at some Men that pulled off some great outfits!

John Isner, 2014

Back in the day when Isner not only won big shot matches but also scored some brownie points in the fashion arena as well with his sporty Lacoste look.

John Isner

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Tomas Berdych, 2014

This was the only time Berdych got it right after signing with H&M. The color combination in addition to the block stripes and shorts gave him a cool and crispy look.

Tomas Berdych

Juan Martin del Potro, 2013

Delpo looked like a surfer-dude, sporting the Nike faded red and gray ensemble with plaid shorts that gave him a great look for a guy with such towering legs.

Juan Martin del Potro

Andy Roddick, 2003

Fashion sometimes can be all about the right accessories and this notion was epitomized by Roddick when he sported a trucker’s cap, that later went on to to becoming his signature piece for the rest of his career.

Andy Roddick

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Roger Federer, 2010

The Swiss Maestro’s timeless and ageless style has been his signature throughout his career. He sported a simple navy look back in 2010 which lead Fashion Expert Carson Kressley to hail the Swiss as the “George Clooney of the courts”.

Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic, 2010

Dragons, dragons everywhere! Novak Djokovic’s outfit by Sergio Tacchini was one really innovative apparel with one dragon each on his cap, shorts and T-shirt (back)

Novak Djokovic

 

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