The Best- and Worst-Dressed Tennis Players of All Time

A look back at some of the sport's sartorial aces and faults—from 1888 to present.

White may be the color of choice when it comes to tennis fashion—and it still is at Wimbledon—but players are always adding their own personal touches, whether it's Jimmy Connors' needless neckwear, Andre Agassi's flamboyant mane (yep, he had hair once), or Roger Federer's dramatic black ensembles. Here, we present the good, the bad, and the downright ugly on and off the courts.

Slide 2: WikiMedia Commons; Slides 3-6, 10: Corbis; Slides 8, 9, 11-18: Getty; Slide 7: Everett.
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