Other Best Dressed Athletes
(Third in a five-part series of galleries to determine the best dressed male athlete in professional sports. Go to the last frame to cast your vote.)<br><br>So he's past his soccer prime. The L.A. Galaxy is tossing big bucks at Becks for his style and star power. The best-dressed Brit complements Posh Spice, his wife Victoria.
Wears Giorgio Armani and parties with him, too. From dreads to shaved head, in a chic sleeveless T-shirt or posing for Men's Vogue, the tennis star makes a fashion racket.
Beneath all that padding and behind a goalie's stick and blocker lies "King Henrik," one of People's 100 Most Beautiful in 2006. Off the ice, the Ranger likes scarves.
Now that he's changing race cars, Mr. Ashley Judd instantly becomes the best-dressed driver in NASCAR. The great Scot's fashionably great at all his wife's movie premieres.
Oscar De La Hoya
Who needs Oscar de la Renta when there's De La Hoya? At ease in trunks or a tux for a press conference, the Oscar for boxing's fashion hit list goes to Oscar.
Arguably the greatest tennis player ever, Federer wins Wimbledon's fashion plate in straight sets. His off-white jacket is now de rigeur on Centre Court. The bedeviler wears Prada, too.
This Portuguese man o'wares knows how to wear 'em. Be it winging it for Manchester United, dating models or kissing a Bollywood actress, photogs shoot and he scores.
The man behind the goalie's mask is the essence of off-the-ice casual fashion cool. Rickie Rich has millions to spend, and will never be penalized two minutes for clashing.
No. 8 on the pitch for Arsenal, the soccer Swede is No. 17 in Esquire's Best Dressed Man in the World. He likes to "mix styles," even as ... a Calvin Klein underwear model.
The bleached-blonde hair? Ideal for the the L.A. Galaxy. Ready, willing and Abel when it comes to clothes, he's never been red-carded by the fashion police.