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Believe it or not, there was a time when tennis gear was mostly white. (Besides Wimbledon.) Tennis style remained pretty much the same until the 1970s, when fashion obsessed designers like Ted Tinling...

The passionately stylish Maria Sharapova will wear two different looks on court at U.S. Open 2012, one for day and one for night. I heard she wore four outfits in one day last week. Hope she will be ok...

Since leaving her winning Wimbly whites behind Serena Williams has amped her kit color big time and won again, this time at the Bank of the West Classic. Serena's top and skort are part of Nike's...

If you haven't been to Delray Beach's International Tennis Championships you may not know the VolleyGirls. The team of chic tennis fans acts as year-round ambassador for the annual Florida tournament.Pictured...

adidas has put out seven new womens tennis collections this season (go tennis!). We took a look at Stella on Caroline Wozniacki earlier this week. Below are two more, adizero and barricade, on Ana Ivanovic...

Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland wore her new tennis dress from Lotto's Muse line in Sydney this week. It's what's planned for her at the Australian Open as well. Love the geranium color...

Fila has announced an endorsement agreement with WTA player Jelena Jankovic, currently ranked #14 in the world. The Serb leaves ANTA and a lot of colorful tennis dresses that few could get their hands...

Color blocking in fashion is big, big, big and tennis designers are taking it to court in a myriad of colors this fall. A tennis fashion house doing really creative things with the trend is Eliza Audley. Pictured...

Loup's 2011 fall tennis line is out. Yes it is made for the court although it really doesn't look like it does it?  "We really try to push the boundaries at Loup with athletic style...

Inspired by the dragonfly's artful energetic flight and irridescent wings Eliza Audley's Dragonfly collection brings the charm and energy of summer's sky dancers to your game. Left is the Dragonfly...