The French Open is perhaps the most fashionable of the Grand Slams.
It takes place in Paris, one of the fashion capitals of the world.
Wimbledon restricts players to wearing boring all white. The Australian Open takes place in January when those in the Western world are wearing coats. The U.S. Open and its late-night matches have delivered some stunning evening wear on court.
But there's something about the French Open, the tournament that ushers in the summer season, that brings out some of the best and worst in tennis fashion.
It's not just the ladies, though. The men are wearing some note-worthy outfits too. We see the always colorful Gael Monfils looking smashing in his Asics gear. But then there's the stoic Tomas Berdych in his ho-hum H&M threads.