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Tennis has been making some very big headlines. Thanks to moments like Virgil Abloh dressing Serena Williams for the French Open, Palace collaborating with adidas to outfit Wimbledon, and Tyler, the Creator debuting his Lacoste collaboration during a Raphael Nadal match, the sport has become an outlet for style.

Slowly but surely tennis is becoming more mainstream and in turn is beginning to birth a new audience of fashion heads. For those unaware, the U.S. Open is currently taking place until September 8. So, in celebration of America’s oldest tennis championship event, we decided to put a list together of key items we believe will have you sitting court side in style.

One of our favorite must-have styles is Hedi Slimane’s chic and easy loafers, which we think pair beautifully with Lacoste Live’s iconic cable knit sweater. For those aiming for an even more relaxed fit, the classic American tennis brand BOAST offers versatile warm-up pants that pair very nicely with either the CDG Homme Deux Pique Shirt x Fred Perry polo or the Our Legacy bib shirt.

Check out our full selection of products perfect for the U.S. Open below:

Luco Loafer

$790

Celine

Buy at Celine
LIVE Cable Knit Sweater

LIVE Cable Knit Sweater

$145

Lacoste L!ve

Buy at Lacoste
Warm Up Pant

Warm Up Pant

$125

BOAST

Buy at BOAST

Homme Deux Pique Shirt

$305

Commes Des Garçons x Fred Perry

Buy at Fred Perry
Bib Shirt

Bib Shirt

$230

Our Legacy

Buy at Our Legacy
Tennis Head Tie

Tennis Head Tie

$10

Nike

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Buy at NIKE

Tiger Rugby Shorts

$249

BODE

Buy at ssense

Prince Tour 9 Pack Bag

$100

Prince Sports

Buy at Tennis Warehouse
Panelled Ruched Track Jacket

Panelled Ruched Track Jacket

$750

Martine Rose

Buy at MACHINE-A

Tralyx Slim Moon Sunglasses

$356

Marine Serre x Rudy Project

Buy at ssense

Court Tennis Shoes

$150

Bobolat

Buy at Paragon Sporting Goods

Stretch Polo

$125

JACQUES

Buy at JACQUES

Be sure to also keep a lookout for Bape’s first ever tennis collection with Wilson.

Words by Noah Thomas
Assistant Editor