7 Best Outfits On The Tennis Court: The Australian Open 2021
1/7 Serena Williams
Though Serena did not find victory playing against Naomi Osaka in the semi-finals of the Australian Open, we could argue that she holds the crown as one of the most fashionable tennis stars to ever grace the tournament. This year, she was dressed in an iconic one-legged Nike catsuit with blazing pink and red colour blocks.
2/7 Naomi Osaka
Naomi continues to solidify herself as tennis’ greatest rising star. The 23-year-old tennis star won her fourth Grand Slam title at the Australian Open as she swept through the tournament by being calm and collected. But it wasn’t just her outstanding performance that captured the world; her fluorescent pink tennis skirt with matching wristbands and NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo shoes with camouflage-printed catsuit worn underneath the pleated tennis skirt made a total statement on the global stage.
3/7 Rafael Nadal
A lover of pink and purples, Rafael Nadal wore a stylish white and purple ensemble along with “the raging bull” logo—a reference to his nickname—on his jacket. If you notice, the Spaniard's NikeAir Zoom Vapor Cage 4 shoes and his mask also matched his fluorescent pink shirt underneath.
4/7 Novak Djokovic
The Serbian tennis star has been an ambassador of the green crocodile logo since 2017. Novak Djokovic beat Daniil Medvedev and achieved his 18th major title at the recent Australian Open in a white and green Lacoste outfit paired with matching Court FF Novak tennis shoes by Asics. A short while ago in August 2020, he released a capsule collection together with artist Ysy.
5/7 Elina Svitolina
Elina Svitolina was dressed in a simple but stylish black and olive green ensemble from the NikeCourt Melbourne Collection. Shades of black from her tennis skirt and the edges of her asymmetrical Spring Melbourne skirt framed her Spring Slam Melbourne Tank and gave it a striking look.
6/7 Coco Gauff
The youngest player in the Australian Open tournament this year was 16-year-old Coco Gauff who wore a racerback dress with stripes fading from orange to navy blue and a diamond cutout on the lower back by New Balance. The American tennis player boasts her potential as a rising star in both tennis and fashion.
7/7 Elise Mertens
Pink was popular on the court as Elise Mertens also wore a pink outfit along with a pink cap. Throughout the tournament, she could be seen in collections by Lotto Sports in various shades of pink featuring geometric patterns. Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka conquered the Australian Open women’s doubles title for their second Grand Slam trophy.
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