Rogers Cup 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed in Canada

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Rogers Cup 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed in Canada
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Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka during their first-round doubles match at the 2014 Rogers Cup.

Post Wimbledon, it's always nice to see the return of color to the courts.

The Rogers Cup, the Canadian event with simultaneous ATP and WTA Tour tournaments in Toronto and Montreal, offers the first chance to see all the big names back in action.

It's also an opportunity for players to express themselves before unveiling their U.S. Open attire. 

Some, like Stan Wawrinka and Venus Williams, brought two outfits—one for day and one for night. Others, like John Isner, stuck with their predictable, bland style. 

Thank goodness there were no glaring fashion gaffes. Instead, the outfits at the Rogers Cup ranged from dashing to dreary.

With a smaller field, simply underwhelming was enough to land a player on the worst-dressed list. While falling short of hideous, the players recognized as worst-dressed failed to register any head-turning quotient. 

Meanwhile, players who made the best-dressed list caught eyes and kept them looking.

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