US Open Tennis: These Hairstyles In the Stands Are Aces

08/30/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

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Oh, is something happening on the courts at the US Open? We were too distracted by all the good celebrity hair to notice.

First on our radar (of course) is tennis star Andy Murray’s girlfriend Kim Sears, who got our attention a few months ago in a parade of killer dresses while watching Murray win the Wimbledon title. Back then, her blowout became one of the most requested in London salons, and it’s not hard to see why: It’s thick, shiny and just the right shade of sandy blonde — with the added bonus that the N.Y.C. humidity gave her even more cheerleader-perfect bounce.

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Next up is Molly Sims, who, if she’s reading this, needs to Tweet us immediately to tell us what the secret is to those gorgeously messy waves. Is it the Beachwaver? Salt spray? Did a mermaid personally come out of the sea to style those curls? Whatever it is, we’re dying to try it.

Finally, on the sportier side, Olivia Munn had such a cute topknot we couldn’t not feature it. With just enough volume at the roots and the perfect placement at the crown, she had the effortless updo to get at the Open — and was likely the least annoyed by the rain showers throughout the day.

Tell us: Whose hair do you most covet?

–Alex Apatoff

FILED UNDER: Hair , Molly Sims

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