Fashion For Tennis Freaks

What Is a Tennis Bracelet? The Top 5 Picks, WORN ON COURT by TOP ATP^WTA PLAYERS

The original term Tennis Bracelet has coined thanks to WTA legend Chris Evert, a professional tennis player from the USA, who had a prolific career that stemmed from 1972 to 1989. During a ferocious match in the US Open her diamond bracelet broke and fell off her wrist. … This is now known as the “Tennis Bracelet

Since Evert’s unfortunate incident, the name ‘tennis bracelet’ has stuck, and the trend for such bracelets has grown tremendously in the jewellery market. Players such as Serena Williams, Anna Kournikova and Gabriela Sabatini have also been seen wearing one on the court.

We will demonstrate the best tennis bracelets and accessories ever worn on a tennis court.

1. Venus and Serena Williams Tennis Bracelets

There are two ways to look at all the matches that Serena Williams has ever competed in. Most obviously, they stand as some of the greatest tennis ever played—lightning serves, groundstrokes with the power of ocean currents, a forehand as formidable as her double-handed backhand. Williams herself, though, sums them up in exactly one word: hearts. “I am obsessed with hearts,” she says. “If you go back and look at photos, pretty much all my matches—99% of the time—you see me wearing some sort of heart necklace.”

If you do go back, you also notice that she is wearing necklaces and earrings, bracelets and rings—all manner of accessory, in fact—with an enthusiasm that might make the layperson wonder: How do you accessorize like that when you’re competing at a kind of outer-space level? Not a problem, according to Williams. “I remember a long, long time ago I wore this diamond star ring on my right hand that everyone looked at and was like, ‘How do you play wearing that?’ ” She’d purchased it at 17, her first self-bought piece. “It wasn’t anything super-fancy—it had a really interesting shape; it almost looked like a starfish, but with four arms instead of five. But it was fine. I’ve always worn crazy jewelry on the court—massive rings, diamonds, necklaces. I mean, most people like jewelry, but I love jewelry.”

2. Anna Kournikova TENNIS Bracelets


Practically every grail watch Rolex collectors have slobbered over in recent memory has been seen on Roger Federer’s wrist. In 2011, he arrived at a press conference wearing a Rolex Daytona “Big Red,” while after winning the 2017 Australian Open, he put on the above “Batman” GMT. Photos like these are exactly why Rolex pays the Swiss legend: Federer basking in victory, holding a trophy aloft with his watch in plain sight, is about the quickest way you can connect your product to excellence. Rolex burnishes its brand by being in the right place at the right time. When Mercedes Gleitze swam the English Channel (the second time), she wore a Rolex Oyster. When Edmund Hillary mounted Everest, he wore a Rolex. Now, when Fed climbs to the top of the proverbial mountain in his sport—which he’s done more than anyone else in the history of the sport—he wears a Rolex.


He sports hair like a teenage Bjorn Borg, wears gold chains like a baby Mr. T, and speaks like a young Marat Safin: What’s not to like about baby face Alexander Zverev?


Q. It’s a special reason for all the color necklaces you have?


Q. Can you explain something?

MARAT SAFIN: This one is from a fan. Second one is from the Lord Of the Rings. The third one is the Koran, the Muslim sign.

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