Radek Štěpánek may have only played one match at the U.S. Open, but it will be hard for anyone to top his attire.

In his first-round match against Spain's Nicolas Almagro, Štěpánek donned a unique tribute to New York City. Štěpánek, who hails from the Czech Republic, wore a shirt which featured the Statue of Liberty jutting out in front of the New York skyline.

The 33-year-old Štěpánek has never advanced past the quaterfinals of a major tournament, and he is more accomplished in doubles than he is in singles (he took home the Australian Open doubles crown this year). But this t-shirt will definitely get him noticed.

Unfortunately for the one-time fiancee of Martina Hingis, the t-shirt was the climax of his time in Flushing Meadows. Štěpánek lost to Almagro in four sets.

(H/T to USA Today)

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