Tenniscore Is TikTok's Favorite Trend β€” Shop the Aesthetic

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Tennis fashion certainly isn't new to mainstream style, but this season, athletes and celebrities alike are helping to breathe new life into the trend (hi Zendaya). Ever since the "Challengers" press tour kicked off earlier this spring, social media has been abuzz watching Queen Z pay homage to her superstar character through a range of tennis outfits β€” from sporting a crisp halter-style mini frock that resembles a tailored tennis dress to strutting the (black) carpet in a pair of Loewe pumps that were fitted with a tennis ball on each heel (swoon!).

Zendaya's sporty ensembles might be in theme with her new film, but the outfits also mark a much larger shift happening in fashion β€” one that's merging sportswear with everyday athleisure pieces. Tenniscore fashion pulls inspiration from on-the-court icons like Coco Gauff or Serena Williams and blends it with everyday styles that are designed to be worn anywhere β€” think pleated tennis skirts, visors, and preppy vests.

How to Shop the Tenniscore Trend

Those viral Loewe tennis ball pumps might not be within your shopping means (cue the collective sigh), but fortunately, dozens of major brands are embracing the tenniscore trend with their own affordable collections that are designed to help you earn major style points β€” in your home, wardrobe, and even on the court.

Nike tennis skirts are all the rage on TikTok at the moment, but other athletic apparel labels like Athleta, Girlfriend Collective, and Lululemon have debuted new tennis-inspired styles that'll help you serve up looks this season. You'll find sporty prints and tennis-themed coffee table books from home retailers like Serena & Lily or West Elm. And if you're hoping to take your athletic talents to the tennis court, you can shop out bestselling tennis gear online β€” including tennis rackets and workout shoes β€” from affordable brands like Amazon and Nordstrom.

Ahead, we curated a guide for how to shop the tennis trend, with products that'll help you ace the preppy aesthetic, regardless of your interests or budget.

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Tenniscore Fashion

The Gym People Longline Sports Bra ($23)

Whether you're running around on the tennis court or just running errands on the weekend, you'll feel supported, comfortable, and oh so stylish in this longline sports bra. Unlike traditional sports bras, this women's tennis top is fitted more like a cropped camisole that provides extra coverage on the tummy, ensuring you can wear it like a normal top without feeling too overexposed.

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Tenniscore Fashion

Urban Outfitters Snoopy Tennis Washed Dad Hat ($29)

This dad hat offers a more nostalgic take on tennis fashion and features a cute Snoopy print on the front of the accessory. Wear it with a vest tank, tennis skirt, and athletic shoes for your next match; it'll help to complete any tennis outfit with a bit more character and keep your face protected from the sun.

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Tenniscore Fashion

Mango Contrast V-neck Vest ($36, originally $50)

In many ways, the tenniscore trend is just a sportier update on the prep aesthetic β€” think lots of pleated skirts, knee-high socks, and sweater vests like this colorblock style from Mango. You can wear this piece on its own or style it on top of a button-down shirt for a tennis look that'll take you from the office to the court and beyond.

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Tenniscore Fashion

NikeCourt Dri-FIT Victory Tennis Skirt ($52)

When we think of tennis fashion, we can't help but think of a fitted tennis skirt. Over the years, tennis skirts have evolved from basic skort-silhouettes to pleated pieces that are equal parts figure-flattering and practical. This Nike tennis skirt is loved by athletes and fashion influencers alike for its inner shorts, which help to prevent chafing and ensure full coverage through even the most intense matches.

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Tenniscore Fashion

On The Roger Advantage Tennis Sneaker ($140)

Leave it to On to create a pair of women's tennis shoes so versatile, they fit the look of an everyday sneaker more so than a bulky athletic shoe. This style was actually designed in collaboration with tennis superstar Roger Federer, which means they're athlete-approved. Best of all, the shoes are equipped with a cloud-like sole that'll literally put an extra bounce in your step (or stride).

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Tenniscore Fashion

Lululemon Scoop-Neck Pleated Tennis Dress ($99, originally $148)

We'd sign up for tennis lessons just so that we'd have an excuse to wear this tennis dress more often. Available to shop in a wide range of sizes, this dress is designed to look like a tank and tennis skirt rolled into one thanks to its playful, pleated design. Shop it in crisp white, green, and black colorways.

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Tenniscore Fashion

Mark and Graham Raffia Tennis Tote ($199)

This isn't your grandma's tennis bag β€” in fact, it's way more chic. Unlike traditional, bulky tennis bags, this Mark and Graham style reimagines the accessory through a large, tote-inspired lens that features an outside pocket for your tennis racket. You can carry this to work and then hit the tennis courts immediately after.

Tennis Home Decor
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Tennis Home Decor

Mark and Graham Ceramic Tennis Catchall ($20, originally $39)

Looking for a simple way to infuse the tenniscore aesthetic into your home? Look no further than this colorful dish which mirrors the design of a tennis ball. You can use it to hold you jewelry, vitamins, or even AirPods. Best of all, it can be monogrammed at an additional cost, making it a great personalized gift to give the tennis-obsessed friend in your life.

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Tennis Home Decor

Callie Personalized Tennis Racket Salad Servers ($27)

Outdoor-hosting season is right around the corner, and with these tennis racket utensils, you'll be able to serve your guests with ease (literally) and become a champion host in the process. The salad servers can also be customized with special writing at an additional cost.

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Tennis Home Decor

West Elm Tennis Scene Beach Towel ($29)

You might not be able to play a proper tennis match on the beach, but with this themed beach towel, at least you'll be able to showcase your love for the sport. The product is made from a sheared velour material that's gentle on skin and fast-absorbing, so you can dry off quickly.

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Tennis Home Decor

"The Stylish Life" Coffee Table Book by Ben Rothenberg ($55)

Tennis fashion certainly isn't a new trend, and this coffee table book aims to showcase that through a series of photographs (old and new) which celebrate the sport's storied legacy and influence around the world. Who knows β€” you might even get inspiration for your next tennis outfit after reading through it.

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Tennis Home Decor

Mark & Graham Pickleball Marble Cheese Board ($69)

This racket-shaped cheese board gives a whole new meaning to the word "serving." Whether you're hosting a tennis-themed party, are gearing up to watch Coco Gauff dominate in her next match, or simply want to infuse your next get-together with a sportier flair, this marble serving board is bound to become your new favorite kitchen essential for it all.

Tennis Home Decor
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Tennis Home Decor

Serena & Lily "Bounce" by SJ Johnson Artwork ($446, originally $495)

For something a bit more abstract, go for this tennis artwork from SJ Johnson. The simple image features a cool color palette that could work in a variety of spaces, from a hallway to a bathroom and beyond. We love the uniqueness of this piece and the fact that it's available to shop in three separate sizes.

Tennis Gear and Equipment
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Tennis Gear and Equipment

Wilson Prime All Court Tennis Ball ($5)

If you play tennis on the regular, then you already know that you can never have too many tennis balls. Some recreational courts and parks have balls on hand that you can purchase, but we find that it's easier (and frankly more affordable) to travel with your own set.

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Tennis Gear and Equipment

Ytonet Tennis Bag ($23)

As much as we love that chic tennis tote from Mark and Graham, this pocketed tennis bag might be a more practical option if you travel with a water bottle, tennis racket, or any other court essentials. This accessory also features zippered compartments which are perfect for holding more important items like your car keys or wallet.

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Tennis Gear and Equipment

Wilson Tour Adult Recreational Tennis Racket ($30)

The best way to kickstart your tennis career is to simply pick up a racket and start hitting balls. This recreational tennis racket from Wilson is a bestseller on Amazon, with reviewers raving about everything from its easy grip design to its durable strings and more.


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