New York and fashion go hand in hand, and tennis outfits are no exception, especially when we have a high-profile event such as the US Open. So let’s see what the manufacturers of tennis clothes prepared for our WTA stars and there is no better way to start than with American Bethanie Mattek Sands who integrated patriotism in her attire.
Don’t you love the American-flag tube socks and the accompanying red shoes? Bethanie looks awesome in her Under Armour outfit with accessories that perfectly match the US Open occasion.
Top seed Caroline Wozniacki and Stella McCartney absolutely failed to inspire with a white dress much more suitable for Wimbledon. Why not use colors for the US Open when you can?
Regular Adidas prepared a lovely collection for the US Open, with dominant colors being pink, blue and white, and all the players wearing it look perfect. Above you can see Simona Halep, Andrea Petkovic and Maria Kirilenko in Adidas Fall Barricade clothes, while Ana Ivanovic and Sorana Cirstea are cled in Adidas Fall Adizero Feather collection.
Ellesse luckily has Galina Voskoboeva stealing the spotlight from Nadia Petrova. While Petrova’s print makes your eyesight blurry, Voskoboeva is attracting all the right attention with the fluffy dress that suits her perfectly.
We have already talked a lot about Nike and you know everything about their US Open apparel (Maria Sharapova‘s and Serena Williams‘ dresses, Sharapova’s jacket, Li Na‘s and Victoria Azarenka‘s outfits), so here’s just a collage of photos which is also featuring Sabine Lisicki, a new representative of Nike.
Besides Vera Zvonareva, K-Swiss had Alona Bondarenko and Alexandra Dulgheru representing it. Dulgheru will remember this US Open for her stunning first round victory over reigning Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova.
Jelena Jankovic was working a yellow Anta dress, while Dominika Cibulkova sported a white, black and purple Lacoste dress (Samantha Stosur is wearing a similar dress, just that colors are distributed differently).
Svetlana Kuznetsova is a perfect match with Fila sportswear brand. It’s a pity that Fila’s Kim Clijsters, twice defending champion at the US Open, had to miss the tournament.
My favorites this US Open are Maria Sharapova’s night dress, Adidas Adizero tank and skort on Sorana Cirstea, Galina Voskoboeva looked cute in the white Ellesse dress, and Fila on Svetlana Kuznetsova is a good combination. Also, Bethanie Mattek Sands’ outfit has a thumbs up from me. What do you think? Which styles do you prefer?
For a complete insight into the 2011 Grand Slam fashion, check out our overviews of Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon WTA outfits. (photos: © Neal Trousdale, Rob Loud/usopen.org, 2011 AFP, Don Star/usopen.org, Philip Hall/usopen.org)