Serena Williams shocks US Open with leopard print dress (1)

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A leopard never changes its spots, so the saying goes, but Serena Williams should certainly consider changing hers. She may be world no.1, but Serena has had a fashion shocker at the US Open.

It's early doors at Flushing Meadows but the 32-year-old is already destined to pick up the title of worst dressed in New York. I hope she doesn't wear the outfit - which can be seen above - when mixing with the great and good in the city that never sleeps. 


Why leopard spots? - That's what I can't understand. 

These players are involved in multimillion dollar deals with the top sporting companies like Nike and Adidas to display their kit, so why would they give the 31-time Grand Slam champion something so horrific.

Andy Murray is apparently involved in a tussle between the aforementioned duo for a five-year contract, maybe the way that Nike have dressed Serena is enough to steer clear of the big tick. 

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They deserve a big cross.

The US Open is the last major of the year, so lets take some time to reflect on the worst outfits from the other big tournaments this year. 

Do you disagree? Maybe you like Serena's kit and the ones I'm about to show you. If so, feel free to comment in the box bellow.

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