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Wilson's 2013 Apparel Line is Bound to Look Good on Feliciano Lopez

Wilson's 2013 apparel line might be facing an uphill battle when competing against the likes of Nike and Adidas, but there's no doubt the smaller clothing brand is on the right track. For the coming year, Wilson has focused clothing design around the four Grand Slams. This means working to reduce sweat around the time of the Australian Open, while focusing more on tradition colours and patterns for Wimbledon. The US Open collection isn't out yet, but check out what Wilson has planned for the year's first three Slams below.

Men and Women’s Spring Collection: Australian Open

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Off Court Hits and Misses: Novak Djokovic

Tennis players are constantly the subject of scrutiny when it comes to what they wear on the court.  Male or female, if you’re a top player, you can bet everyone will be giving the thumbs up or down to your Nike duds when a Grand Slam rolls around.  Looking at on-court photos, we can deduce that the likes of Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Roger Federer all have spectacular style. 

But do they really?

Off-court might tell a different tale.  Free from the restrictions of sponsorship, tennis players can choose exactly what they want to wear.  And that’s not always a good thing.

On The Go Tennis will be analysing the off-court style of a top player every week. Shoes, earrings, cardigans... nothing will go unnoticed.

Novak Djokovic is the joker of the ATP; from impersonations to karaoke, he knows how to make fans giggle. No doubt he also likes to look cool doing it; no one wants to be laughed at for the their taste in clothing. So does Djokovic manage to look good when he's having a laugh away from tennis? Or is his fashion sense just as funny as his dancing?

His best look

For someone who attracts so much attention for being the life of the party, Novak might be expected to look best showing off the latest trends. I half expected to see him in short pink shorts, heavily gelled hair and a singlet cut so low it could be a woman's, (that's the fashion here in Australia, I don't know about you lot). Thankfully, Djokovic steers well clear of such outfits. Instead of wearing Justin Bieber inspired low-crotch trousers, he parties in tidy collared shirts and straight-legged jeans. The effect is such that Novak maintains an air of mystery; he looks prim and proper, but we all suspect he goes pretty wild behind closed doors. Which is pretty damn sexy. By choosing modest shirts, Novak doesn't scream 'look at me.' Instead, he knows he can walk into a room and stop it without having to wear anything outrageous. 

And stop it he does...

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Björn Borg and John McEnroe Want To Get In Your Pants

You cannot be serious!

Tennis icons Björn Borg and John McEnroe are collaborating on a limited edition underwear line which is due to launch in the beginning of August.   The line consists of 4 different underwear styles, two created by Björn and two created by John, and is inspired by "the golden age of tennis" in the 1980s.

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Fashion Forward: Judy Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands

Bethanie Mattek-Sands rocked this jacket adorned with white tennis balls and silver spikes prior to her match today against Misaki Doi.  The jacket was made by the same designer that made her dress for the pre-Wimbledon Party held by the WTA

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Fashion Forward: Venus Watch Day 1

Venus Williams is rocking her tennis line eleVen for Wimbledon, and if the past repeats itself, she will change her outfit with every match as she did during the Australian Open.  So, with that being the likely case, I'm going to start a Venus Watch where we can take a look at her often risky fashion choices throughout the tournament.  Below is what she wore today during her straight set win over Akgul Amanmuradova 6-3, 6-1.

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Fashion Police: WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party

There were so many beautiful women dressed to the nines that walked the WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party Red Carpet, that instead of showing them all to you, I've narrowed it down to the ensembles that I liked the best and the least to share with you.  It's my toned down version of The Fashion Police.  Here it goes.


Best Makeup:  Heather Watson wearing Mulberry

The overall look is very cluttered.  There's just too much fabric on the dress, and that paired with her booties makes the outfit look HEAVY, but I will say that I absolutely LOVE her makeup.   From the waist up, she looks adorable.

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Victoria Azarekna and Li Na 2011 Wimbledon Kits

Here is a sneak peak at what Victoria Azarenka and Li Na will be wearing at Wimbledon.  I don't have any specific information about the threads, so I can only give you my opinion. 

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