Most Iconic Looks in US Open History

New York is a city synonymous with style. Its vibrant street style scene is hailed as one of the world’s best and New York fashion week attracts the world’s greatest designers, models and couture. It’s little wonder, then, that so many tennis players bring their fashion A game to the US Open. Do they always ace their looks? No. Do we still find it endlessly entertaining? Yes. Here are the most iconic looks in the US Open’s 54-year history.

RacquetBlog: US Open Edition

At least stateside, the U. S. Open is the Super Bowl for American tennis fans. The tennis world shifts its focus to Flushing, New York to see the world’s best duke it out for the last grand slam of the year. The top brands in the sport utilize the late August event as a showcase for some of their newest and biggest product launches. 2019 is no different, and a veritable smorgasbord of new racquets, strings, and grips will be hitting the market just prior to Labor Day. Here are some of highlight releases hitting market around the US Open.