Coco Gauff 2019 US Open outfit

15-year old sensation Cori Gauff will make her US Open debut today against Anastasia Potopova. She will be wearing New Balance printed Rally Court tank and skort:

Coco’s outfit is available on New Balance website.

Read more:
New Balance ad: Call me Coco

Feliciano Lopez, 2019 US Open

Hydrogen sponsored players Feliciano Lopez and Juan Londero started their US Open campaign in style, with 4-set victories over 26th seed Taylor Fritz and former quarterfinalist Sam Querrey respectively.
They are both wearing Hydrogen new range in which the Italian luxury brand pays homage to the United States with a new Special Edition of tennis uniforms mimicking the American Flag:

Do you like those bold outfits or do you prefer more traditional ones like Federer‘s and Djokovic’s outfits?

Hydrogen’s stars shirts and stripes shorts are available online.

Coco Gauff

Cori Gauff recently took the tennis world by storm by qualifying and then reaching the fourth round at Wimbledon, at only 15. She received a wildcard for the US Open, and will start her campaign on Tuesday against 18-yr-old Anastasia Potapova, in a battle of two former junior number ones.
Represented by Alessandro Barel Di Sant Albano of Team 8, the agency formed by Roger Federer and his long-time agent Tony Godsick, she signed a multi-year sponsorship contract with New Balance last year, and here she stars in the commercial Call me Coco.

Novak Djokovic 2019 US Open outfit

Defending champion Novak Djokovic will be the favorite for the 2019 US Open starting on Monday. He will wear this Lacoste Striped Jersey Polo and his Court FF Novak signature shoes by asics.

Roger Federer and Juan Martin del Potro, US Open 2009

Back in 2009, Roger Federer made history by reaching the four Slam finals and winning a record-breaking 15th Grand Slam career title at Wimbledon.

From Bud Collins The History of tennis:

But there would be no number 16 before the year slipped away. Standing in the way at the US Open was the 6-foot-7 Argentine pillar, del Potro, cool in the tie-breakers, 3-6 7-6 4-6 7-6 6-2, in 4:06 – the first five-set men’s final in Flushing in ten years.
The 20-year-old del Potro, who had jolted Nadal with his most one-sided major defeat (6-2 6-2 6-2) in the semis, started nervously against the champion, and was two points from gonezo at 4-5, 15-30 in the fourth set. But as Delpo got his massive forehand in gear, along with belief, Federer began to fade and hardly competed in the last set. Their final was pushed back to the third Monday, a one-day rainout slightly marring otherwise gorgeous weather.

Roger had won all six previous matches with the Argentine, including a 6-3 6-0 6-0 throttling in the Australian Open quarterfinals at the start of the year. He had won 40 matches in a row at Flushing and threatened to equal big Bill Tilden’s record of six straight (1920-25) US titles. However, del Potro was muy caliente in the stretch, becoming the first Argentine man to win the US title since Guillermo Vilas in 1977.

Disappointing was number 2, Scotsman, Murray, the 2008 finalist, ineffective in falling to number 13, Croat Marin Cilic 7-5 6-2 6-2, in the fourth round, as was 2007 finalist Novak Djokovic, number 4, downed by Federer in the semis, 7-6 7-5 7-5 – the penultimate point of the match being won by Federer with a masterfully hit “wicket shot’, a between-the-legs blast that zipped by a stunned Djokovic at the net.

A Wimbledonian hangover seemed to grip number 5 Roddick, succumbing to 38 aces and serve-and-volleying John Isner, 7-6 6-3 3-6 5-7 7-6 in the third round. But 6-foot-9 Isner was brushed aside by number 10 Fernando Verdasco, 4-6 6-4 6-4 6-4 – and the quarterfinals contained no American men. The last time their number was down to one was 1986, Tim Wilkinson preventing a QF shutout.