Angelique Kerber defeated Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets and booked her third Grand Slam final of the year, she will also become the new world number one on Monday.
Angie is adidas‘ top tennis star, she wears adidas multifaceted pro top and skort:
adidas US Open collection is available at adidas.com/tennis
Photo credit: Luis Fonseca, adidas
In 2012, Yonex signed Stan Wawrinka to a full contract including racquets, apparel, shoes and bag. Two years later, the Japanese brand agreed to re-sign the Swiss champion in a record US$20 million deal for four years. The deal is reported to be the most most lucrative contract in Yonex´s history.
Here’s the outfit he’s been wearing at this year’s US Open:
Photo credit: Marianne Bevis, Yonex
Gaël Monfils has received an easy draw and has not lost a set so far in the tournament. He will defy Novak Djokovic tomorrow for a place in the US Open final.
Monfils signed with Japanese brand asics in 2013. He wears asics men’s fall collection.
Gaël’s shirt is available in three colorways: Blue, Dark Red and White/Grey:
Gaël’s shoe of choice is the Asics GEL-RESOLUTION 6:
Photo credit: Luis Fonseca, asics
Andy Murray has only lost one set en route to the US Open quarterfinals. He faces Kei Nishikori today for a place in the semifinals where he could meet the winner of the Del Potro – Wawrinka match. Do you think he will win the title this year?
Check out Andy’s 2016 US Open looks:
Photo credit: Under Armour
Venus’ dress is available on elevenbyvenuswilliams.com for $98.
Photo credit: @justdjoking
Did you know the US Open is the only Grand Slam tournament that pays its ball people? They are paid New York state’s minimum wage: $9 an hour. Getting paid to wear Ralph Lauren clothes and stand a few feet from tennis biggest names seems like a dream job, don’t you think?
Shirt and short for ball boys:
Shirt and skirt for ball girls: