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Fashion at Roland Garros 2018: Our best and worst dressed in Paris

Kachi Wachuku in Opinion 31 May 2018
  • Tennis stars bring their best attires forward as they converge in the fashion capital of the world for Roland Garros 2018
  • We run through out top five best and worst dressed in Paris
Serena Williams.  (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP) 

Who hit a winner and who made a cringe-worthy unforced error with their fashion at Roland Garros 2018? We countdown...

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Lets start with some of our not-so-favourite looks shall we...

5. Bethanie Mattek-Sands
2018 French Open - Day Five

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Whether it's pop socks or a flashy head band, we know that Bethanie Mattek-Sands loves to make a bold statement whenever she's on the court, but I am not at all fond of this pink fringe skirt paired with a striped black and white top. It's just too much going on for one outfit...
4. Kei Nishikori
2018 French Open - Day Four

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Nishikori's French Open fit features a white collared shirt and shorts - which seems simple enough BUT the different shades of red, that scarlet collar and (almost) florescent yellow head band is giving us a head ACHE. Sorry Uniqlo.
3. Sloane Stephens
2018 French Open - Day One

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I know I know, you're probably thinking, 'What's wrong with her outfit?!', you see Nike did a good job finding a color that looks good against the red clay and green backdrop at Roland Garros, their collection has a range of options comprising dresses, tops and skirts etc. I simply think Stephens choice is a tad underwhelming given her many option.
2. Kevin Anderson
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It's just like deja vu with Kevin Anderson, the South African basically looks the same at every tournament. So I've put him at number two on our worst dressed list to encourage him to spice things up a bit.
1. Jelena Ostapenko
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(Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP) 

This semi-pleated skirt matched with an over-lapping, single-layered top thing was a huge no no for Ostapenko, the defending champion gets a point penalty for this one.
Now to my personal favourites at Roland Garros 2018...I bring you my top five picks for best dressed.
5. Karolina Pliskova
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(Photo by Thomas SAMSON / AFP) 

The usually subdued Pliskova is number five on my best dressed list thanks to this pretty lilac combo by sponsors Fila, it's a nice change from the brand's typical red, navy and white Roland Garros collection and offers a welcome splash of character to the Czech.
4. Caroline Wozniacki
2018 French Open - Day Four

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There's just something about black and red clay. This Adidas summer Stella McCartney dress is perfect for the biggest clay court event in tennis. It offers a picturesque contrast with the red clay and gives an athletic yet chic look.
3. Alexander Zverev
2018 French Open - Day Four

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The aesthetics of this light pink shirt with black trims and carton coloured shorts is a superb combo for Zverev, opting for this brighter look after dawning black in the lead up tournaments to Roland Garros.
2. Gael Monfils
2018 French Open - Day One

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Monfils looks ready for action in this all-black ensemble for his home Grand Slam. The Frenchman also chose dark socks to go with a pair of white/black sneakers and light pink laces.
1. Serena Williams

Serena WilliamsTUE MAY 29 2018 19:06:15

@serenawilliams

Catsuit anyone? For all the moms out there who had a tough recovery from pregnancy—here you go. If I can do it, so… https://t.co/wycharHRC0

From colourful locks to leather boots, cut outs and even crop tops - Serena Williams certainly has a passion for her tennis fashion! The legendary American made her first appearance at a Slam since giving birth wearing a black catsuit, sending a powerful message to all moms that if she can do it, so can they.

The queen of tennis gets a huge thumbS up from me.


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