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Courteney Cox Shows Off Her Tennis Skills in a Relaxed T-Shirt, Shorts & White Tennis Shoes

Courteney Cox showed off her impressive — and, not so impressive — tennis skills on social media this weekend.

The “Friends” alumna demonstrated the Instagram versus the reality of her game, playing a match on an outdoor court in a matching gray T-shirt and relaxed shorts look. The clip provided examples of her best but also her worst moves on the court as Cox bounced around in a pair of all-white tennis shoes.

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Courtney Cox is no stranger to a relaxed Sunday style. The “Cougar Town” alumna frequents the farmer’s market on most weekends, showing off her mix of ever-chic pieces for the laid-back setting. In late August, for example, the actress made a case for pool slides as she teamed a heathered blue T-shirt to faded navy joggers and a matching blue face mask.

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On her feet, Cox opted for a surprisingly affordable shoe look courtesy of Adidas. Debuting in 1972, the brand’s signature Adilette slide silhouette features recognizable Three Stripes across its thickened strap, coming in a classic black and white colorway. The sport-inspired style includes a contoured footbed for a comfortable step with a quick-dry lining for post pool wear. Similar iterations to Cox’s striped sandals retail for as low as $20 at Adidas.com.

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Courteney Cox out and about at the local farmer’s market in Malibu, Calif., Aug. 23.
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As for Cox herself, the athleisure-chic tennis look is just one of the many notable fashion moments during her successful career. During her time spent as Monica Gellar on the beloved sitcom “Friends,” Courteney Cox was a master of peak ’90s and early 2000s trends. Her minimalistic appeal roped in everything from mom jeans and leather jackets to spaghetti-strap slip dresses and oversize pantsuits for red carpet occasions. Flash forward to modern time and Cox is still incorporating that same “less is more” aesthetic with seasonal hits of high-rise jeans, cool sneakers and little black dresses.

Click through the gallery to discover more chic tennis styles over the years.

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