The court looks on Saturday did not disappoint in New York as the pros pulled out more stylish looks and aced Day 6 at the US Open. 


Kristie Ahn

Ahn hadn't captured a single Grand Slam match prior to the 2019 US Open, but the American is showing everyone what perseverance can do. The world No. 141 pulled out a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Jelena Ostapenko in her all-white Lacoste dress with touches of neon and black trim. The wild card is into the US Open's second week and will face Elise Mertens, who she defeated earlier this hard-court season in San Jose. 


Sorana Cirstea 

The Romanian battled qualifier Taylor Townsend wearing a two-tone blue dress that resembles the blue hard-courts in New York. Cirstea couldn't overcome the skilled serve-and-volleyer, and would fall, 7-5, 6-2, inside Louis Armstrong Stadium. 


Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies

No. 12 seeds Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies closed out a tight second set to claim their second-round match, 6-2, 7-5, against American teenagers Martin Damm Jr. and Toby Alex Kodat. The pair wore an all-black Lotto  shirt with white trim and paired it with white shorts for a strikingly polished and matching look.