US Open 2014: Best and Worst Dressed at Flushing Meadows

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US Open 2014: Best and Worst Dressed at Flushing Meadows
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Roger Federer awaits a serve during his second-round match at the 2014 U.S. Open.

Every summer, New York, America's fashion capital, hosts the U.S. Open. Suddenly, tennis courts become runways where players model the latest in on-court couture.

With hundreds entered in singles and doubles, making the best-dressed list requires more than mere stylish attire. Individuality adorned with high fashion and functionality separates the best from the rest.

Inevitably, there are fashion faux pas. The worst dressed distinguish themselves by wearing ill-fitted, unflattering outfits. They simply miss the mark.

Here are the best and worst dressed at the 2014 U.S. Open.  

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