If the tailor fitted him well then the suit should fit him well. Certainly, the suit could not have done the fitting.
It the suit does not fit well then it is a bad fit.
I was told 'fit' was used for describing the size and 'fitted' for the actions of a tailor.
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Jed, it's asking what form you would use if the tense is in the past. While "fits" sounds right, it'd what they're looking for.
Since the subject of the sentence (his) is singular, we should use the singular verb 'fits' rather than 'fit. Therefore the only correct answer out of the three is 'fitted'.