Now, we agree that wearing a white and gold, three-piece suit to a tennis game (Wimbledon 2009) may be a bit ostentatious, but you can’t help but admire Federer’s otherwise restrained sense of style. Whether it is the subtle use of colour on field or well-cut suits off it, he always comes across looking chic.
Although capri pants and a headband will always symbolise Nadal’s on-court style, we love how he incorporates bursts of colour throughout his outfit. Whether it is a bright, canary yellow or shocking pink, you can always count on Nadal to show up in a perfectly colour-coordinated outfit.
If you favour classic style, Djokovic’s wardrobe should be right up your alley. When it comes to colour, a little goes a long way for Djokovic, whose sharpest on-field outfits are ones where colour is used only as a trim. Off the field, his omnipresent stubble adds a pleasant casual touch to the sharpest of suits.
Written By : Shirley Mistry