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.
Here’s a glimpse into what the clay courts of Paris would’ve looked like this time of the year with our favorite pros gearing up for the 2020 French Open!
Navigating the wind can be tricky and frustrating. Today, Tennis Express shares some tips on how to play more effectively in swirling winds.
African safaris, beach weddings and epic ATP selfies – our favorite off-duty tennis stars kept us very entertained on the ‘gram this week.
It was a busy week for our tennis pros – babies were born, exclusive shoes were launched, lavish weddings were attended. But we’ll be honest: this week we only really had eyes (and awwws) for photos of Rafa on his wedding day.
Baby announcements, 1920’s parties and hikes everywhere from the Great Wall of China to Provence to Monaco. When they weren’t playing tennis this week, our favorite pros were living it UP.