FASHION AT THE FRENCH OPEN: TOP STYLE STATEMENTS FROM ROLAND GARROS
Without a particular uniform, tennis affords players a great amount of fashion freedom. Competitors are making a style statement every time they step on the court, and the buzz is as much about their outfits as their skill sets. The second Grand Slam of the season is now complete. Roland Garros established new trends and had players stepping up in terms of style.
Apparel sponsors are becoming more fearless with their tennis creations, as evident in the range of eye-catching designs that hit the famous red clay courts. Blue, orange and yellow were the dominant hues. Graphic prints, tie-dye patterns and color block designs decorated polos and dresses. High socks, leggings and long sleeves added a unique twist to classic ensembles.
From the traditional to the trendy, below is a look at the top sartorial statements from the 2013 French Open: