Is AusOpen 2016 the worst dressed men's tournament of all time?

The Australian Open has long been a fashion horror show. I remember some of the stuff Pat Rafter used to wear. The women's side has been hideous too.
Nike looks like a test pattern for an old tv set. Adidas put out some sort of print dress that looks like a shower curtain from a cheap motel. And Venus Williams wore THE worst looking thing ever. It looked like a housecoat some rest home patient was given to get rid of it.
On the other hand Tomas Byrdich looked pretty good, especially considering his past fashion offenses and LaCoste was tasteful and elegant as always.
But then, Australian fashion is to tennis what Australian fashion is to fashion.
 

BLACKOUT

Rookie
I thought it was excellent. Nike let the primary colors come out to play. Adidas was clean. Lacoste was elegant. Uniqlo was nice
 

CCNM

Hall of Fame
I like Lleyton H's shirt! The guy in the first picture (N. Kyrgios?) looks like a rock star from the 1980's.
 

Blitzball

Professional
Am I the only one that actually kind of liked Nick Kyrgios's outfit? Maybe it's because I watch and play basketball. Or maybe because it makes sense to me to wear sleeveless during a tournament held in the summer.

I'm wondering if the outfit is getting flack because of who's wearing it. If Nadal sported the same outfit, I wonder what the reaction would be.
 

jarko111

Hall of Fame
I wouldn't say worst but I'd say most interesting on the Men's side.
I am ok with all the women's outfits but Adidas and their Motel 6 Comforter design was a bit ... not cute. Asics for the women was very basic. Nike was cool. I was most impressed with FILAS outfits for the women this Aus Open.
 

KANZA

Semi-Pro
Am I the only one that actually kind of liked Nick Kyrgios's outfit? Maybe it's because I watch and play basketball. Or maybe because it makes sense to me to wear sleeveless during a tournament held in the summer.

I'm wondering if the outfit is getting flack because of who's wearing it. If Nadal sported the same outfit, I wonder what the reaction would be.
I thought it original for Nike. It fit his personality too. That's a win, like him or not. Ok, he doesn't have the guns nadal did when he used to sport the sleeveless look, but at least it wasn't the same boring thing we see at every tournament. I applaud Nike for the shot at creativity.
 
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