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Fashion sense in tennis has evolved over the years with players like Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Sascha Zverev and Maria Sharapova leading the way.  Tennis athletes have come to redefine what modern...

I’ve talked for years about the exposure opportunities sportswear fashion designers have had on what I refer to as the court walk. Players wear the same outfit, sometimes for two weeks at a time...

The tennis skirt continues to update. Solids, florals and pleats are common. Here’s what’s new: SHEER OVERLAYS. In the heat of summer it’s best to wear as little as possible. Since we...

Not Jack Sock (although we do like the dude), but socks are trending. Once a lowly black or white, crew or no show item, socks now run from colorful to compression to loud or logo-ed. Trending now –...

Tennis wristbands have long been a staple of the game. Double that. Double wide wristbands (6 ” long vs. the standard 3″) are trending. I first noticed them on Andy Murray. They are now everywhere...

In addition to worrying about the serve coming at you from across the net, there’s yet another potential worry for outdoor players- the mosquito-carried Zika virus. Many high profile athletes pulled...

Although much has been said and written about Wimbledon fashion let’s take a look at some of tennis white’s most edgy fashion milestones. Many happened at Wimbledon where players feel the...

..wear it! Regardless of the color. France’s Benoît Paire wears Nike on court, as do a lot of pros. But does anyone else wear one red shoe…and one blue shoe? Perhaps he’s flying the...

As the kits roll out in Australia it’s clear that tennis fashions are still wide reaching in personality. You want classic? You got it. Retro 70’s? No problem. Radical prints? Yup. Common...

Good news for women’s tennis fashion lovers! adidas and Stella McCartney, who celebrated 10 years together last year, plan to continue to collaborate through 2020. The team has produced some...

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