As the US Open gets underway, we thought it was about time we took you through the most suave and intriguing men to ever grace a Grand Slam court; from the Frenchman who invented a sportswear giant, to the swashbuckling Spaniard who changed the game's style foreverMore
The quintessential '90s athlete, Andre Agassi became as well known for his bold take on sportswear peacockery as he did for his skill; sampling everything from denim shorts to outrageous neon patterns and wraparound sunglasses during matches. While it may not have always worked, he is commended for being one of the first modern players to bring a bit of flair and experimentation to the game.
Crashing onto the scene back in 2005, Rafael Nadal's personal brand of short-sleeve shirts, pirate-esque shorts and bandanas were a far cry from the more traditional t-shirt and sensible shorts ensemble of the time. While his wardrobe has grown up a bit now, he'll always be fondly remembered for those swashbuckling glory days of excessive grunts, bold outfits and ridiculous feats of on court ability.