Cat suit at the French, tutu at the US Open

Cat suit at the French, tutu at the US Open

Cat suit at the French, tutu at the US Open

Giudicelli said catsuits "will no longer be accepted", according to The Associated Press.

"It really embodies what I always say: that you can be strong and handsome at the same time".

Serena Williams took the first cautious step towards a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title with a 6-4 6-0 first-round win over Magda Linette on Monday as an excited U.S. Open crowd welcomed the new tennis mother back to the "Big Apple".

Williams showed off a different look at Flushing Meadows to kick off her US Open campaign, wearing an asymmetrical Virgil Abloh x Nike tutu paired with sparkly silver sneakers from the same "Queen" collection and compression fishnet tights.

Serena Williams, a six-time victor in NY who is seeded 17th after returning from maternity leave earlier in the year, didn't want to be drawn on playing her sister just yet.

Ahmadinejad has taken note of the controversy and made a decision to tweet his support for Serena Williams.

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. "It is one of those feelings I only get here in NY".

Each competition has its own rules, for example at Wimbledon, which is the strictest, players must wear "almost entirely white" and "white does not include off white or cream"!

Then came a cleverly timed Nike ad, showing a moving home video of Williams practising her serve with her father and former coach, Richard Williams, when she was nine years old. "The tutu is easy to play in because I practiced in it before".

Williams didn't seem phased by the ban in her recent U.S. Open conference.

"I think we sometimes went too far", he said.

"Once I got settled I started doing what I'm trying to do in practice".

Serena who lost to Petra Kvitova in the second round in Cincinnati Masters pulled a great stunt in an hour and nine minutes to clinch victory in her first round match.

Regardless of what the Giudicelli says, fans took to Twitter defending Serena and showing love for the black tennis tutu.

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