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Serena Williams's return from pregnancy had forced officials to make on-the-fly adjustments. And catsuits like the one she wore at the French Open are now clearly allowed. [Read More]
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A series of rule changes making it easier for women to return after pregnancy or injury was ratified on Monday by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA).Players making their way back to competition after being out for 52 weeks or longer will be able to use their previous ranking to enter 12 tournaments over a three-year period.Serena Williams was at the centre of a controversy at the 2018 French Open as the former world number one was not given a seed status after missing more than a year of competition to give birth to a daughter.But a month later, she... [Read More]
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She'll be allowed to rock the suit at Women's Tennis Association matches, though it may still be barred from the French Open. [Read More]
ROGER FEDERER has revealed what spurred him onto to win his solitary French Open title in 2009. [Read More]
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A new rule from the Women's Tennis Association will be very helpful to Serena Williams, should she choose to wear her skin-tight black catsuit to the French Open again... [Read More]
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The WTA changed its rules allowing Serena Williams' catsuit ... but the French Open might not abide. [Read More]
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The WTA will now allow the catsuit that Serena Williams wore at the French Open that was later banned, and players returning from maternity leave will now have added rankings protections. [Read More]
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The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has released clarifications to its clothing rules that would allow U.S. star Serena Williams to wear the black catsuit that caused a stir at the French Open earlier this year.Un... [Read More]
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The great catsuit controversy is over—well, kind of. Memorably, officials at the French Open banned catsuits directly after Serena Williams' 2018 appearance wearing one, implicitly referring to the Nike-designed black compression suit she said made her feel like "a superhero" (and was wearing as a protective measure against post-pregnancy blood clots). According to the French Tennis Federation's new, stricter dress codes for 2019, more traditional attire is now mandated on their red clay courts. [Read More]
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The Women's Tennis Association released a summary of its rule changes for 2019, allowing for compression clothing like Serena Williams' French Open catsuit. [Read More]
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After being, uh, unsettled by Serena Williams's "catsuit" at the 2018 French Open, French Tennis Federation President Bernard Giudicelli promised stricter apparel rules the following year, though not as austere as Wimbledon's all-white mandate. But whatever he's looking to do to eliminate his catsuit nemesis, he'll have less ground to stand on. [Read More]
Simona Halep was a No. 1 who'd never won a major -- until the 2018 French Open. Gymnastics legend Nadia Comaneci shares the joy of seeing her countrywoman finally win, and what it means to their nation. [Read More]
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