Get ready for the last Grand Slam fashion overview in 2023! The US Open is an exciting tennis style spectacle with 128 women in the singles main draw representing over 20 companies and many more different outfits. Let’s check out the newest trends in sports clothing and enjoy the amazing world of women’s tennis fashion.
World No.1 and defending champion Iga Swiatek is the sole representative of On apparel. The Pole dons their ombre separates, a light and a dark version.
When it comes to shoes, the transition from Asics has not happened yet, as the four-time major champion continues to wear her Gel Resolution 9s.
Caroline Wozniacki confidently shows her toned post-pregnancy physique in a stylish blue Adidas leotard, part of a unique transformative Fall Slam Pro Set from the New York collection. The Dane’s shoe is the Adidas Adizero Cybersonic in royal/flash aqua colorway.
Unlike Wozniacki, Jessica Pegula chose more coverage, so she added the detachable pleated skirt to her Adidas Fall Slam Pro Set. The American’s Barricade tennis shoes in royal and off-white perfectly match her ensemble, as well as her $90,000 Swiss luxury watch win the world’s first random guilloche blued titanium dial.
Nike-sponsored Victoria Azarenka is another mom on Tour who feels most comfortable in a leotard. The three-time US Open finalist added a splash of color with her sunny yellow Nike Vapor Pro 2s.
Madison Keys wears a light and refreshing Nike Fall Day Slam Dress that brings Australian Open vibes with its lively print adorned with sun, fish, and flowers.
Ajla Tomljanovic made her long-awaited but eventually short-lived return to action in a memorable Original Penguin set consisting of a long-sleeved crop top and an asymmetrical colorblock skirt. The Australian’s tennis shoe is the Wilson Kaos Rapide SFT.
As Wilson celebrates the 45th anniversary of being the official tennis ball provider for the US Open, Marta Kostyuk rocks their neon yellow tennis dress and footwear.
Elena Rybakina is in the blue version of an abstractly printed Yonex dress from the collection inspired by fruits and vegetables.
Italian trendsetter Camila Giorgi graced the court in a Giomila dress crafted from ultra-soft stretch velvet in a timeless blue marble hue.
Fila tennis stars debuted the latest Heritage collection. The 2016 US Open finalist Karolina Pliskova is seen here in the Fall Heritage Court Tank and Fall Heritage Pleat Woven Skirt. Playing doubles with Donna Vekic, the Czech wore an ultramarine green ensemble: the Fall Heritage Racerback Tank and Fall Heritage Knit Skirt.
Coco Gauff sported both the red and neon yellow variant of her striking New Balance crop top and a corresponding skirt. The highlight of her outfit is the latest “City Brights” colorway of her signature Coco CG1 tennis shoe.
Belinda Bencic promotes Asics in the Fall Match Dress, a classic polo design with a modern twist. The aquamarine blue item with contrast tape accents on the sides features a ribbed collar with stripe detail and two-button placket. Mesh fabric racerback with a keyhole cutout contributes to proper ventilation, alongside a moisture-wicking fabric.
Bernarda Pera nurtures Lacoste‘s refreshed classic sporty style. The American’s green/white colorblock Fall Players Dress features a self-fabric collar with zippered placket.
Sloane Stephens‘ Free People Movement dress includes bold waist cutouts and intricate strappy back with pop color binding.
Arantxa Rus‘ outfits always feature the fierce thunderstorm logo of her sponsor, Hydrogen. In her latest ensemble, the logo takes on a daring neon yellow tiger print twist.
Veronika Kudermetova dazzles in a pale pink Giorgio Armani (EA7) tennis dress which features a bold monochromatic python print and a unique asymmetrical hemline.
After starting the season and winning Wimbledon without a clothing sponsor, Marketa Vondrousova has finally secured a clothing deal. The Czech launched her new multi-year cooperation with J.Lindeberg at the US Open.
Brazil’s Beatriz Haddad Maia represents Joma in bright orange apparel.
Martina Trevisan of Italy is in Diadora from head to toe.
From established brands to small companies carving their fashion identity, the US Open courts have been a canvas for self-expression, innovation, and trendsetting. The blend of performance and aesthetics continues to captivate audiences, making tennis a runway of inspiration for fashion enthusiasts around the world.
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