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U.S. Open Women to Watch: Fashion Edition

Don’t get us wrong; we love the U.S. Open primarily for its action-packed matches, incredibly talented athletes and unexpected wins from the underdog. But, tennis is also one of the few sports that allows for a little personality to shine in every outfit. So when the official US Open 2014 seedings were released by the U.S. Tennis Association, we decided to combine the numbers with a little bit of their expected fashion choices—we always want to keep you 100 percent informed, after all. These are only a few of the looks that have been confirmed and we can’t wait to see what else comes down the runway court.

Serena Williams (and our May cover star!)

Never one to bore on the tennis court, Serena always keeps it fun and bright.

Seeded: 1

Country: United States

Maria Sharapova

Maria’s look is cool and sleek, keeping her focused and driven during the match.

Seeded: 5

Country: Russia

Eugenie Bouchard

As the youngest top-rated player, Eugenie keeps it bright and fun to match her age, but not too distracting: she’s out here to win.

Seeded: 7

Country: Canada

Ana Ivanovic

You can never go wrong with an all-black ensemble and Ana adds a little pop of color with her mint shoes.

Seeded: 8

Country: Serbia

Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline’s look is flirty and fun, but remains trim and practical for ultimate performance.

Seeded: 10

Country: Denmark

Victoria Azarenka

The blue and white combo is always a good choice: clean and simple with pops of sophisticated color.

Seeded: 16

Country: Belarus

Andrea Petkovic

Forget orange, nude is the new black: simple, but oh so chic. Andrea is keeping her eye on the prize.

Seeded: 18

Country: Germany

You can find all items for purchase online here, so you can recreate the player’s looks yourself. Which outfit is your favorite?

Pictures courtesy of Nike and Adidas

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