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The fashion of tennis players is getting more sexy and stylish (Part 1)

Tennis sportswear is stylish, stylish and sexy over time. Many athletes of this discipline have skillfully created their own fashion style and imprint with the seemingly very dry outfits.

In 1949, female athlete Gertrude Moran was the first person to bring to the Wimbledon arena the ultra-short length competition skirts, to the point where the shorts of the inner underwear were exposed. The “brave” of Gertrude Moran has created a revolution in clothes when playing tennis, making the trend of other female athletes using skirts or extremely short pants increasingly popular.

Pioneer athlete Gertrude Moran wears a super short skirt

Not only is she promoting a 5cm skirt, but Moran also stylizes short pants with underwear underneath. She did not use ordinary slippery pants, but rather a pair of very frilly pants.

At the time, Gertrude Moran received a lot of criticism. She was condemned by the British Tennis Commission as “bringing vulgarity and guilt into tennis.”

However, it seems that Gertrude Moran is not guilty of other female tennis players. She helps the juniors confidently follow the path of liberating the body and affirm the personal fashion style.

Female players are not afraid to show off their physical beauty

The love between tennis and fashion meets a lot of obstacles. At the Wimbledon tournament in 1958, female athlete Karol Fageros was nearly banned for wearing short skirts with yellow shorts. She was only allowed to continue the contest after changing her striking yellow pants to a solid white pants.

Over time, with the more openness of the tennis federations as well as the audience itself, the athletic outfits became more and more stylish and sexy. Many brilliant and stylish tennis matches are like a fashion catwalk.

There are many moments of tennis fashion ever in history. For example, American athlete Bethanie Mattek-Sands walked into the field wearing a Lady Gaga-style shirt with a 2011 tennis ball, or Serena William’s super-tight outfit at the Pants tournament. US Open Tennis 2002.