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US Open Fashion Disasters – Part 2

Dominik Hrabty features in the US Open Fashion Disasters list

We looked at the Women Side of US Open Fashion Disasters in Part One. A number of US Open Controversies have taken place on the men side and a few have been fashion related.

We take a look Men’s outfit that caught the eye at the US Open!

Andy Roddick, 2004

Defending champion Roddick looked as if he’s displaying a train route on his shirt back in 2004 which unfortunately looked more like America’s west coast than New York.

Andy Roddick

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Tomas Berdych, 2015

The Czech is well known for shoving good taste over the edge when it comes to fashion. He didn’t disappoint in this case when he played with purple wristbands, quirky colors on his shirt and the multi-colored shorts which turned out to be disastrous.

Tomas Berdych

James Blake, 2006

Blake, going through some sort of an idol-imitation phase, played with the Agassi look in 2006. The pink and black geometric pattern and his bandana was one thing. What shook us the most was his pink bike pants, which was again a slightly different shade of pink than his shirt.

James Blake

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Grigor Dimitrov, 2016

The worst ever look ever showcased on a player by Nike Court was Dimitrov’s neon-yellow-on-white ensemble. Nike called this as the “volt”, which proved more like revolting.

Grigor Dimitrov

Also Read: Fashion Disasters Part 1

Dominik Hrbaty, 2005

As hard as it is to imagine someone beating Bethanie Mattek-Sands in terms of fashion stakes, special credit must be awarded to the Slovak, Hrbaty, for sporting his cut-out shirt. To this date, everyone is left clueless about the purpose of those cut outs.

Dominik Hrabty

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