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Caroline Wozniacki: Girl With a Keen Fashion Sense

So what do you do if you are the top seeded player at the women’s at the US Open 2010 tournament and you have overcome some of your biggest foes on court by playing well and working hard?  Yes, you take a break  and attend the “Fashion’s Night Out” in New York City.  The largest public fashion show in the history of  New York City.

That ‘s where Caroline Wozniacki was last night and she did it in style. The delicious Dane looked hot in her dress and no doubt grabbed much of the attention of media and photographers at the New York event.

In her own words Sweet Caroline told us on Twitter what she wore at the Fashion’s Night Out event:

Sweet Caroline has a keen fashion sense after reading the US Open interview of September 6 where she told the press the following:

Q. How important is it to look good on the court for you?

CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Well, I’m so lucky that I am the face of adidas and Stella McCartney and I have my own special line that no one else is wearing. I think that’s really nice. For me it’s important to feel good on court and of course to look good. Then I can focus on my tennis at 100%.

Q. In this case, don’t you think it’s a bit short, your dress?

CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: I think it’s nice. I definitely am sure I’ll get a lot of male fans now (laughter).

Kournikova, Zvonareva Walk The Cat-Walk For K-SWISS

Anna Kournikova and Vera Zvonareva were the celebrity “cat-walkers” Wednesday night at the K-Swiss US Open party and fashion show in New York City. Both Russian beauties, along with other fashion models, showed off the wide variety of K-Swiss clothing, gearing towards many different demographics, from hipsters to country-clubbers. Kswiss sponsors an increasing number of tennis athletes, including Tommy Haas, Mardy Fish, Jim Courier and others. For more on K-Swiss, go to