The Women of the U.S OpenSeptember 13, 2016 4:52 pm
With the U.S Open coming to a close, we thought it would be a great time to take a minute and recap not only the amazing victories by some of the world’s greatest athletes, but some of the winning looks — on and off the court.
The first mention goes to a woman they’re calling the greatest athlete of all time: Serena Williams. Williams reached a career landmark this time around as she won her 307th Grand Slam singles victory over Sweden’s Victoria Larsson. Despite losing the the first place title to Angelique Kerber, Serena is still a winner in our book as far as activewear goes. Seen sporting a fresh take on your “tennis whites’, the tennis veteran stunned in neon colorblock all Open long.
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Next up, the winner of the U.S Open — Angelique Kerber. This is the German player’s first Open win and moving forward she’s got all eyes on her as this surprising win may signal a change in the winning line up for upcoming matches.
Kerber, not afraid of the attention, sported neon colored outfits throughout the entire tournament making it easy to follow her every move. As we’re seeing a neon trend emerge, Kerber made sure to let her spunky personality shine through by mixing prints with bright colored basics.
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Tennis lover and HBFIT founder, Hannah Bronfman, made her own statement on and off the court during the U.S Open. Bronfman’s sporty tennis outfits motivate anyone to pick up a racket and proves that the essence of a tennis player starts with a good outfit and a winning attitude.
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