The biggest night in fashion was in full swing on Monday night at the Met Gala, and a handful of tennis' biggest names made their way down the red carpet in stunning attire.

Emma Raducanu

From serving up history at the US Open to serving style winners at the Met Gala, the 18-year-old does it with ease. After claiming 10 consecutive matches and becoming the first-ever qualifier to win a major title, the Brit made her fashion red carpet debut wearing Chanel.

The teen rocked a black and white look from Chanel's 2021/2022 Cruise collection. She joined Kristen Stewart, Pharrell Williams and more at the Chanel table. She really did just go from qualifier to queen of the ball over night!


Leylah Fernandez

The 19-year-old from Canada who reached the US Open final, falling short to Raducanu also scored a ticket to the iconic fashion event. Similar to Raducanu she opted for a black and white outfit and looked to be in very high spirits following the tough loss. Fernandez has much to be proud of, she defeated Grand Slam champions, Naomi Osaka and Angelique Kerber during her New York campaign and is now ranked No. 28, a career high.

Serena Williams

The 23-time major champion strutted down the carpet with husband Alexis Ohanian wearing a colorful pink ombre cape by Gucci. Serena's overall look celebrated the 'In America: A Lexicon of Fashion' theme of this year's event. Underneath the long luxurious cape was a form-fitting silver bodysuit with pink stars sprinkled across it. Serena yet again gave off some serious superhero vibes.

In an interview with E! News she said Monday's look took a couple of hours to piece together.


Venus Williams

From head to toe, the seven-time Grand Slam winner was absolutely glowing in her deep red gown. Venus showed just a little bit of skin in the shoulderless dress and was all smiles as she glided down the carpet. The up-do and statement earrings gave her the ultimate Nina Simone vibes. The former No. 1 made simple look fierce and elegant.


Naomi Osaka

The Met Gala co-chair really knows how to make a statement without having to even speak a word. The bold Louis Vuitton ensemble is also a nod to her Japanese heritage as it incorporates koi fish throughout it. The corset dress is made of leather satin, features 22 ruffles and of course it was custom made. It's a very special outfit for the four-time Grand Slam champion who co-designed it with designer Nicolas Ghesquière and her sister Mari.

"It’s a dream come true for me that our first design collaboration is something I will wear on the Met red carpet. The fact that Nicolas, Mari, and I could come together bringing this to life is something I am very honored to be a part of," she told Vogue.

Maria Sharapova

The former world No. 1 attended the event with her longtime boyfriend Alexander Gilkes. Sharapova makes everything she puts on glamorous, but on Monday she was perfectly radiant in a dress that was somewhat between a lemon-yellow and golden sunset color.


Felix Auger-Aliassime

The world No. 11 made an appearance at the event with girlfriend Nina Ghaibi, who is also Ajla Tomljanovic's cousin. The couple posed for a few photos before stopping for a quick chat with Vogue upon entering the fashion event. The Canadian had a great run in New York, he reached the semifinals before falling to eventual champion Daniil Medvedev in straight sets.