The head-to-toe Grand Slam style of the US Open semifinalists

Four American women remain in the last Grand Slam of the year, and on top of proving their tremendous skill on the court all tournament long, they have also proven they are pretty stylish too.

With bright colors, bold prints and sleek silhouettes, the four US Open semifinals — Madison Keys, Venus Williams, CoCo Vandeweghe and Sloane Stephens — have shown us how to be dominate both in performance and fashion. While it may be impossible to match these superstars performances, it is not hard to sport the same looks. Check out each semifinalist’s look below and be sure to head over to the Excelle Sports Shop to buy the complete outfits.

[More from Excelle Sports: Here’s what the biggest stars in tennis will wear at the 2017 US Open]

View the entire 2017 US Open Collection, including these looks, here.

Madison Keys

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1. Nike Court Dry Slam Prism Shift Tank ($70.00)

Madison Keys wore the new Nike Women’s Court Dry Slam Prism Shift Tennis Tank when she beat Kaia Kanepi in the quarterfinals of the 2017 US Open. This style was designed specifically for the US Open and features a “prism shift” design that fades to a solid color. It has a racerback and elongated arms allowing for ease of movement and also a layering opportunity. Made with a micro-perforated fabric in Nike Dry fabric, the Prism Shift Tennis tank is all about cool performance. Available in two color ways, MTLC Platinum/Hot Punch and MTLC Platinum/Pure Platinum, Keys wear the Pure Platinum.


2. Nike Court Dry Tennis Skirt ($75.00)

Madison Keys paired her Prism Shift Tank with the new Nike Women’s Court Dry Tennis Skirt in Metallic Platinum and Black. This skirt is a classic tennis skirt style with great coverage from the longer inner shorts which you can either pull down for full coverage or push up. The fit is straight with mesh panels for extra ventilation and hidden ball pockets.  Made with Nike Dry fabric the skirt keeps moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and comfortable.


3. Nike Zoom Cage 3 Shoes ($130.00)

2017 US Open semifinalist Madison Keys has been wearing the Nike Zoom Cage 3 shoes in the siren red color throughout the tournament. She chooses these kicks because they offer both durability and comfort. The outsole is made of Nike XDR rubber in a modified herringbone pattern, providing both traction and style. The shoe also features a lightweight structure, heel and forefront cushioning, and a full bootie for the ultimate comfort.


4. Nike Court Featherlight Tennis Visor ($27.99)

To complete her look, Madison Keys throws on the Nike Court Featherlight tennis visor to shield the sun from her eyes. This visor’s AeroBill technology wicks sweat away from the skin, keeping you cool and comfortable throughout your match. With an adjustable back strap for a customized fit and a signature Nike swoosh in the front, this is a top choice among many pros.


[More from Excelle Sports: Madison Keys defeats Kaia Kanepi, sets up all-American US Open semifinals]

Venus Williams

(photo: @WilsonTennis)

1.Epiphany Pendulum Dress ($98.00)

Not only is Venus Williams an insanely talented tennis player, she is also a fashion designer and owner of the tennis line EleVen. At the 2017 US Open, both of her talents have combined as she has worn her own design from her new Epiphany collection, specifically the statement Epiphany Pendulum Dress. The dress features asymmetric neck insets, straps that have power mesh back panels and a shelf bra liner. The entire collection is made of Pro-Dri quick drying breathable fabric and has UVA/B protection.

“Epiphany is a moment of sudden and great revelation; an illuminating discovery,” Williams said of her inspiration for the line in a release. “The angles and lines represents all the attributes of an EleVen women. This delivery is a true celebration of each woman’s enlightening moment, and her strong desire to strive to achieve greatness. She is determined, focused and unyielding in her pursuit of improvement – ’10’ is just a number, but Eleven is a lifestyle.”


2. EleVen Epiphany Visor ($28.00)

The semifinalist shields the sun from her eyes with the EleVen Epiphany visor that matches perfectly with her Epiphany dress. The visor has an adjustable back strap for customizable comfort and comes in an orange, gray and black geometric print.


CoCo Vandeweghe

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1. Asics Y Tennis Dress ($78.29)

When CoCo Vandeweghe beat 1-seed Karolína Plíšková to punch her ticket to the semifinals of the 2017 US Open, she wore the Asics Y Tennis Dress in arctic aqua. This iconic Asics dress is now associated with CoCo almost like a signature style. The sleeveless dress features MotionCool technology and a power mesh tape inset at the back, which promote ventilation to keep you cool.


2. Women’s Gel-Solution Speed 3 Tennis Shoes ($119.95)

During her match against Karolína Plíšková, Vandeweghe was sporting the Asics Women’s Gel-Solution Speed 3 tennis shoes in the glacier sea and indigo blue color. Given the features of this shoe, it makes sense why she would choose this particular shoe at one of the most important matches of her career. The Gel-Solution Speed 3’s feature lateral propulsion trusstic technology that boosts forward motion, has a stitch-free seamless design, and is made up of solyte midsole material that gives cushioning comfort and support. On top of it all, this shoe also has a memory foam lining around the heel collar so that you can get the perfect fit for your unique foot.


[More from Excelle Sports: CoCo Vandeweghe upsets No. 1 Karolina Pliskova to advance to U.S. Open semifinals]

Sloane Stephens

(photo: Adam Hunger, the AP)

1. Under Armour Center Court Dress ($74.99)

2017 US Open semifinalist Sloane Stephens rocked an orange Under Armour dress when she beat Anastasija Sevastova in the quarterfinals. While the exact dress is not on the public market just yet, this Under Armour Center Court Dress from the same collection gives you a very similar look. With a fitted bodice and cinched waist detailing, this dress is shapely and delivers coverage too. The DRI-fit material includes everything you could want: 4-way stretch, anti-odor technology, and built-in UPF 50+. It’s super breathable with vent insets and a racerback cut in the back. If you’re looking for a similar style to Stephens, try this white option. If it’s the orange color you’re in love with, check out the Under Armour Center Court Skirt that comes in the exact orange color of Stephens’s dress.


2.Under Armour Center Court Skirt ($30.99)

The Under Armour Center Court Skirt gives you a very similar look on the bottom half to Sloane Stephens’ orange Under Armour dress that she wore when she beat Anastasija Sevastova in the quarterfinals of the 2017 US Open. This relaxed fit skirt with built-in shorts is both stylish and flattering. The DRI-fit material includes everything you could want: 4-way stretch, anti-odor technology, and built-in UPF 50+. If you’re looking for a similar color to Stephens’ dress, try this playful peach colored skirt. If it’s the dress style you’re in love with, consider the Under Armour Center Court Dress instead.


3. Graphene XT Radical MP A Tennis Racquet ($199.95)

2017 US Open semifinalist Sloane Stephens uses the Graphene XT Radical MP A Tennis Racquet when she slices the competition. This versatile light racquet is best for players, like Stephens, who seek both power and control. The graphene XT material provides endless benefits from strength and power to stability and weight distribution.  And the 98 square inch head size allows it to hit with precision while still offering a bit of forgiveness.

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[More from Excelle Sports: Sloane Stephens ousts Anastasija Sevastova to advance to her first US Open semifinal]

View the entire 2017 US Open Collection, including these looks, here.

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