US Open 2014 Mens Novak Djokovic
Rafael Nadal: The defending U.S. Open champion is out due to injury. But with his vacation look, he’s channeling his Spanish heritage opting for a passion-red swim trunk. He also gives a glimpse of his allegiance to the streets wearing Nike SB shoes.
US Open 2014 Mens Roger Federer
David Ferrer: The world number five from Spain is staying within his the comfort zone with denim and gingham. Endurance? The utility jacket has that covered. He also keeps it sporty with a dress-up sneaker.
Tomás Berdych: Seems to be channeling a boy band look from 2008 with an ultrathin tie and skinny suit. It’s dated, but his good looks help him pull it off.
US Open 2014 Mens Rolex Grigor Dimitrov
Andy Murray: A very relaxed look but perfectly fitted. The crewneck sweater and the layered T-shirt and slightly distressed denim equals simple style. It shows that he is paying attention. And he shows his social conscience with Poppy Appeal.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: He manages to succeed at the sartorial look, however an extra inch in the chest area could help release the wrinkle. The tonal gray shirt plays well with the ensemble and shows he cares.
John Isner: The top American in the draw wears dark denim, a polo shirt sweater and light brown, suede, nautical shoes that epitomize traditional preppy without being annoying. The play with dark colors works well with his proportions.
US Open 2014 Mens Fabio Fognini
Feliciano López: The chicest of them all. No socks, with the perfectly slightly worn-in brown suede driving shoe, the light-colored, fitted khakis paired with the white shirt keeps it elegant yet very casual. That is not an easy task.
Gaël Monfils: His short dreadlocks and retro eyewear show there is a lot of fashion potential. Here, he is dressing for the occasion with a polo shirt, however the touch of jewelry and tattoos shows his versatility.