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.
Andy Murray, 2012
The Scotsman who restored the crown to the British empire by winning Wimbledon—77 years after the dapper Fred Perry won it—knows how to score off court too. He keeps it casual but still put-together with dark denim and a fitted double-button cardigan.