Fashion Trends at the Australian Open

Fashion trends have been appearing more on the court in recent years with the likes of Serena Williams wearing all yellow in the form of a crop top and an all


round pleated skirt. Another item that is gaining momentum in women’s tennis fashion is high-top shoes.

Lets take a look at what the tennis stars were wearing on the court at the Australian Open.

Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova was wearing an orange Nike Spring Premier Maria Dress that was sporty, but with a feminine skirt that featured a bonded no sew bottom hem. The top was athletic that had a contrasting navy binding and white mesh inserts and racerback.

Victoria Azarenka

Victoria Azarenka has a unique look that opted for a spring leaf green color. She was also wearing shorts instead of the usual skirt that is opted for by many tennis players. She paired her Nike Spring Ace Shorts with the Nike Spring Premier Slam Tank that was modern with ombre stripes. She finished her look off with a green headband and high-top shoes that have green details.

Ana Ivanovic

Ana Ivanovic wore a red Adidas Spring Adizero Dress that featured a mesh overlay with a geometric print that spelt the word Tennis.

Angelique Kerber

Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep and other players went for the Adidas Adizero separates in bright colors.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska was the lady in pink at the Australian Open as she did her thing in a Lotto Spring Nixia Dress that featured a wide neck, a bold mesh back and a drop waist skirt.

Jelena Jankovic

Jelena Jankovic wore the brightest yellow in a Fila dress and blended perfectly with the tennis balls.

Monica Puig

Monica Puig wore a neutral base Ellesse dress that had a pop of orange. She matched this with a headband and the look was sporty and youthful.

Daria Gavrilova

Daria Gavrilova wore an Asics Spring Athlete Tank in berry that featured triangle shaped racerback. The tank was paired with white Asics Spring Athlete skirt that had a wrap front hem.

There were plenty of looks on the court and most embraced bright colors.