Tramlines

Best- and worst-dressed of Roland Garros

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Maria Sharapova: The Russian is always captivating, displaying a timeless beauty and elegance.

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Ana Ivanovic: The Serb remains a firm favourite of the fans, even if she was eliminated early in Paris.

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Roger Federer: A gentleman through and through, Federer is always immaculately turned out.

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Maria Kirilenko: The bright colours of her shirt, and the white headband, suit the Russian perfectly.

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Gael Monfils:On many other people this purple and white outfit would not work but somehow Monfils manages to carry it off.

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Caroline Wozniacki: The frills and cut-out sections on the world number one's dress are not to everyone's taste.

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Kim Clijsters: Sorry Kim, but the bright pink and blue combination is difficult to carry off, especially when teamed with the black reside and white stripes.

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Novak Djokovic:Chasing an unbeaten record from the 1980s seems to have gone to Djokovic's head as he is also sporting an old-fashioned look in his shirt design.

 

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Bethanie Mattek-Sands:Not only is it an odd look to go for but the black eye paint makes American Mattek-Sands look terrifying.

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Thomas Schoorel: We're not exactly sure what the design of this shirt is meant to represent but it looks like a toddler's painting.

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Varvara Lepchenko: Tattoos are apparently out as adhesive tape on the knees becomes the latest 'must have'.

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John Isner: No, the backwards cap does not make John Isner and his seemingly Tetris-inspired shirt look any cooler.

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