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Even if you’ve never been to California (much less Beverly Hills) you probably know about Rodeo Drive. (That’s Ro-DAY-oh for the uninitiated.) This is without question the epicenter of shopping...

With as many different styles as EleVen by Venus Williams turns out, it’s a wonder V has time to, you know, play on the court. But she does designing and tennis quite well, and she is in Singapore...

It’s been a very good year for Karolina Pliskova. She took three WTA Titles: at the Brisbane International, Qatar Open and Eastbourne International. She reached the quarterfinal round at the 2017...

As the temperatures drop up here in the north we are quickly turning to warmer tennis apparel. Tennis skirts with leggings (skapris or skeggings as some call them) are popular.  A skapri gives your bum...

Eleven By Venus William’s latest fashion collection is called Floral Brocade. The multi piece line draws inspiration from the the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in an effort to express the parallels...

The film Battle of the Sexes comes out this week timed with the real event’s 44th anniversary. The actual match is arguably one of the most symbolic battles in sports. Let’s take a look at...

Today, a star was born. Sloane Stephens defeated her BFF Madison Keys 6-3 6-0 to win the Women’s Singles title at the US Open. Stephens had sat out 11 months with a foot injury before returning this...

Back in the day, Björn Borg cranked out his eleven Grand Slam titles in his iconic Fila outfits. (“Iconic” is an overused buzz word, but as far as tennis fashion goes, it’s right on...

Today were taking a look at some of our favorite new tops at Athleta. All are solids so perfect for mixing in with what you already own, and all have a slimming, flattering fit. Even better, each can multitask...

NikeCourt has released the looks we’ll be seeing on the courts of Flushing Meadow (You already know about the new Federer/Jordan shoe shoe and the Maria Sharapova/Riccardo Tisci outfit.) Let’s...