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AO Gallery: All The Small Things

From racquets to personalized shoes and wristbands to visors, sometimes the small things make a big, big difference on the tennis court. More pics from the Aussie Open, here.

Published February 07, 2013 12:00

Serena Williams is always decorated with wristbands, her Nike fuel band and designer nails.
Serena Williams is always decorated with wristbands, her Nike fuel band and designer nails.
Maria Sharapova is also very decorated, including these, her personalized tennis shoes.
Maria Sharapova is also very decorated, including these, her personalized tennis shoes.
And another Russian, Svetlana Kuznetsova, donned personalized wristbands at Melbourne Park.
And another Russian, Svetlana Kuznetsova, donned personalized wristbands at Melbourne Park.
Heather Watson and all players hit the towel at least every changeover, especially in Australia.
Heather Watson and all players hit the towel at least every changeover, especially in Australia.
Ana Ivanovic tying her shoes through the net, with one of her on-court staples - the visor.
Ana Ivanovic tying her shoes through the net, with one of her on-court staples - the visor.
Kirsten Flipkens is one of several WTA stars who often wear stylish shades on the court.
Kirsten Flipkens is one of several WTA stars who often wear stylish shades on the court.
Maria Kirilenko put some Wilson tennis balls on her Yonex racquet as she prepared to serve.
Maria Kirilenko put some Wilson tennis balls on her Yonex racquet as she prepared to serve.
Finally, the changeover - Victoria Azarenka kept hydrated on her way to the Aussie Open title.
Finally, the changeover - Victoria Azarenka kept hydrated on her way to the Aussie Open title.
High temperatures in Melbourne often mean the players will resort to the ice pack at the bench.
High temperatures in Melbourne often mean the players will resort to the ice pack at the bench.
And something else that has become a changeover tradition, and not just for the World No.1.
And something else that has become a changeover tradition, and not just for the World No.1.
  • Serena Williams is always decorated with wristbands, her Nike fuel band and designer nails.
  • Maria Sharapova is also very decorated, including these, her personalized tennis shoes.
  • And another Russian, Svetlana Kuznetsova, donned personalized wristbands at Melbourne Park.
  • Heather Watson and all players hit the towel at least every changeover, especially in Australia.
  • Ana Ivanovic tying her shoes through the net, with one of her on-court staples - the visor.
  • Kirsten Flipkens is one of several WTA stars who often wear stylish shades on the court.
  • Maria Kirilenko put some Wilson tennis balls on her Yonex racquet as she prepared to serve.
  • Finally, the changeover - Victoria Azarenka kept hydrated on her way to the Aussie Open title.
  • High temperatures in Melbourne often mean the players will resort to the ice pack at the bench.
  • And something else that has become a changeover tradition, and not just for the World No.1.
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