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Best Dressed Men At Wimbledon

The tennis elite are synonymous with fashion; over the years, many famous tennis players have created their own fashion lines, such as Fred Perry and Sergio Tacchini. Fashion and Wimbledon go hand in hand, and we are here to break down some of the most iconic looks both on and off the tennis court. We will also be crowning the designer who has dressed the most Wimbledon winners, so make sure you read on to find out which brand is the most decorated when it comes to Wimbledon wins. 


The very first Wimbledon tournament was in 1877, and the final was delayed for 3 days due to rain and was played in front of a crowd of 300 people. Fast forward to today, and Wimbledon is one of the most-watched sporting events of the year, with 25.8 million people tuning in to the 2021 men’s final. 

With this many eyes watching, celebrities and spectators watching make sure that they are dressed to the nines. 


1877 Wimbledon Match

Wimbledon allowed professional athletes to participate in the tournament in 1968 and the decision made it the most popular tennis tournament in the world. 

The most decorated Wimbledon champion in the men’s singles championships (as of 2022) is Roger Federer, with a total of 8 wins. In second place is Pete Sampras with a total of 7 wins, and in third place is Björn Borg with 5 Wimbledon wins. 


Which brand has dressed the most successful Wimbledon athletes?

Nike takes the top spot as the brand who has dressed the most decorated Wimbledon winners, Fila takes the number two spot and Sergio Tacchini comes in at third.

What to wear to Wimbledon this year

Make sure that you also check out our blog on what we think you should be wearing if you're lucky enough to be attending Wimbledon this year.  




Best-dressed men at Wimbledon

Being on the Wimbledon best-dressed list is an honour for most celebrities, and the tennis tournament attracts some of the biggest names in sport, music, film and fashion to attend. We always expect sharp cuts, light colours and the suave suits from the men sitting at Centre Court – but who dresses consistently well at Wimbledon? Let’s break down some of the most dapper looks around.

David Beckham

David Beckham always delivers with his Wimbledon looks. Opting for the double-breasted jacket and blue striped shirt combination, he is a fine example of classic tailoring executed with modern touches. 

Looking for a blue striped shirt to replicate the Beckham look? Check out our selection of blue shirts at Stuarts London today.

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Romeo Beckham

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Wimbledon looks must run in the Beckham family as Romeo Beckham is also one of the best-dressed at Centre Court. 

Romeo shows us how contrast layering on top can work well as he combines a darker shirt with a camel-coloured jacket. If you are searching for a similar look, make sure to check out our Groundhog Jacket in Camel from YMC.

Daniel Ricciardo

Known as one of the best all-round drivers in F1, Daniel Ricciardo also knows how to deliver when it comes to courtside fashion. Suited and booted in a sharp navy dogtooth jacket, Ricciardo sports sunglasses that are contemporary and contrast his classic look. 

If you’re looking for something similar, make sure to check out our Oscar Deen - Panda glasses in colour Claret. The construction of these glasses by British design duo Oscar Phillips and Sheriff-Deen Showobi are similar to those of Ricciardo at Wimbledon 2021 and will be a great accessory to watch from the sidelines.


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Jonathan Bailey

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Both quintessentially British, we can’t think of a better partnership than Jonathan Bailey and Wimbledon. The Bridgerton star shows off his contemporary style and ability to master trends with his lighter-toned ensemble. One to watch for future Wimbledon’s, Bailey is an actor that has the potential to deliver great Wimbledon looks, and we will be keeping our eyes peeled for his outfit this year.

Kingsley Ben-Adir

Kingsley Ben-Adir strikes a balance between contemporary and classic with his Wimbledon look. Opting for a bold striped number, the actor who has featured in hit shows such as The OA, Peaky Blinders and High Fidelity pairs his suit with classic white sneakers. This contrast is pulled together perfectly with the colour combinations, as Ben-Air gives us a masterclass in tonal matching.


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Men’s Wimbledon Fashion at Stuarts London

As Wimbledon comes back around, we will be scanning the crowds for the best looks at the greatest Tennis tournament and providing you with the latest collections from contemporary brands. You will also find a range of brands that have historic tennis roots, such as Sergio Tacchini and Fred Perry.

Fila vintage

Fila, the international sportswear company, was founded in 1911 in Biella, Italy, situated in the foothills of the Italian Alps. Fila, a global leader in athletic and leisure shoes and clothing, upholds its legacy Italian design DNA while pushing the frontiers of modern performance wear. Whatever you're looking for, Fila Vintage is still the season's must-have.

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