Watch: Sloane Stephens showcases her 'pretty in pink' outfit of the day
Former World No. 3 Sloane Stephens brought joy to many of her fans as she gave a peek into her dazzling outfit.
The former US Open winner earlier locked horns with compatriot Madison Keys during the Women's Tennis Classic exhibition match at the Dallas Open. The exhibition match was originally set to feature former World No. 1 Venus Williams and Danielle Collins. However, both players were forced to withdraw due to injury and prior engagement, respectively.
Keys and Stephens were then announced to kick off the ATP 250 tournament. The former had the last laugh as she beat Stephens 7-6 (2), 6-3, in the exhibition match.
Following the match, Stephens provided glimpses of her time off the field as she took a short break from tennis. The American also shared her "Outfit Of The Day," a common Instagram trend where users flaunt their dazzling outfits.
In the video, she twirled around in her white t-shirt paired with light blue jeans. She completed her look with a bright pink trench coat.
Pretty in Pink ofc 💁🏾♀️💕 #ootd," Stephens captioned her Instagram post.
Below are a few more images of her outfit of the day:
The 29-year-old also wrote:
"Have the day you deserve."
How has Sloane Stephens performed in the 2023 season?
Sloane Stephens kicked off her 2023 season with the ASB Classic in Auckland. Seeded second in the tournament, the World No. 40 lost in the Round of 32 to Rebeka Masarova, a qualifier from Spain.
At the Hobart International, she failed to make a significant impact as she lost in the last 32 again. Seeded fourth, Stephens lost to American qualifier Lauren Davis.
Her streak of poor results continued as the American exited the Australian Open in the opening round. Up against Anastasia Potapova, Stephens lost in straight sets, 7-6 (2), 6-4.
She will next play in the ATX Open in Texas. The tournament will start on February 27 and will feature former Grand Slam winner Emma Raducanu in the draw.
In 2022, Stephens managed a solitary WTA title at the Abierto Zapopan and made two quarterfinal appearances, including one at Roland Garros. In the French capital, the former Grand Slam winner lost to American teenager Coco Gauff, who eventually made it to the finals.
Stephens also reached the quarterfinals of the Guadalajara Open in Mexico, where she lost 6-2, 6-2 against eventual winner Jessica Pegula.