Why can't Serena Williams wear what she wants to play tennis?

Why can't Serena Williams wear what she wants to play tennis?

This fashion choice comes on the heels of the French Open making a statement that Serena "I'm the fucking G.O.A.T" Williams will no longer be able to wear her catsuit on the court. "I think that sometimes we've gone too far", Giudicelli said in Tennis Magazine.

"Since You've Been Gone", one of singer/songwriter Kelly Clarkson's hits, could have applied to Serena Williams absence a year ago at the US Open.

Serena Williams was disappointed she didn't get to say goodbye to her daughter before heading to Flushing Meadows to play in the U.S. Open for the first time in two years Monday night.

Williams won her first-round match against Poland's Magda Linette while sporting this outfit that has fans going insane in the best way. Image: Getty Designed by Off-White founder and Louis Vuitton Menswear creative director, Virgil Abloh, the look consisted of a black one-shoulder dress with Nike's logo, accompanied by Abloh's signature quotation graphic-this one reads Logo-with a full tulle skirt.

Linette, the world number 68 from Poland who was facing Williams for the first time, held her own in the early going.

After dispatching Linette, Williams was subdued in the interview room and clearly in a hurry to get back to see her nearly 1-year-old daughter, Olympia, who didn't attend the night session because of the hour and the long drive between Manhattan and Queens.

"But I'm happy to get through the match".

Forget congratulated Williams on her attitude.

The tennis champion has sent a message that she will not let a dress code dictate what she wears on the court.

This will be the first competitive meeting between Williams and Witthoeft.

Williams' US Open tutu garnered top scores from tennis and fashion enthusiasts alike, many of whom took to the Internet to share their feelings about the matter. Yeah, the tutu is easy to play in because I practiced in it before.

"I think that everybody is fair to do whatever works better for the tournament", Nadal said on Tuesday (AEST) after winning his opening match on Arthur Ashe Stadium, before invoking the all-white clothing policy that has always been enforced at Wimbledon.

Serena Williams at the 2018 US Open.

"I didn't play great, but she played really well", Halep said.

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