Tennis fans, rejoice! The fourth and final grand slam of 2019, the US Open, is just around the corner. From August 26-Sept 8, New York will buzz with tennis energy. Aside from being the easiest slam for Americans to watch and attend, the tournament attracts a huge audience thanks to its festival-style atmosphere, notoriously vocal spectators and, of course, the nail-biting battles between the sport’s very best players.
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As brown foliage rears its beautiful head and the mornings start to get crisper and cooler, it’s time to tuck your tennis whites away and bring out the dark, deep tones. Or better yet, wave goodbye to those yesteryear styles and embrace the vivacity of the current trends as you hit the tennis courts.
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.
You’re free to cheer for whomever you’d like at the other grand slams. But for the US Open, it’s practically your civic duty to root for Team USA. Here are the top American female singles players to keep an eye out for.
A quick in-depth look on how tennis fashions have changed over the years. Players all around the world have found new and innovative ways to express their style on court. But one thing that remains the same is the tradition and history that Wimbledon represents.