Serena Williams will now not be allowed to put on her skin-tight black catsuit on the French Open.

The French Tennis Federation president, Bernard Giudicelli, says the event that Williams has gained 3 times is introducing a gown code to control gamers’ uniforms as a result of “I feel that generally we have gone too far.”

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In an interview in Tennis Journal’s 500th version, Giudicelli singled out the figure-hugging black go well with that Williams wore this yr at Roland Garros and mentioned made her really feel like a superhero.

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Giudicelli mentioned: “It’ll now not be accepted. One should respect the sport and the place.”

He mentioned Roland Garros’ new guidelines will not be as strict as Wimbledon’s, which require that gamers put on white, however will “impose sure limits.”

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Many participant uniforms for 2019 have already been designed however Giudicelli mentioned the FFT can be asking producers for an advance have a look at them.

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