French Open Bans Suit Serena Wore to Inspire Moms


Serena Williams has been banned from wearing her "Wakanda-inspired catsuit" - a reference to the Marvel Comics film Black Panther - at future French Open tournaments.

Williams wore a black bodysuit at this year's tournament in response to doctors discovering a haematoma - a swelling of clotted blood outside of a vessel - in her body following the birth of her daughter Olympia last year.

Williams is a three-time champion at the French Open. "I think that sometimes we've gone too far", Giudicelli said, and when asked about Williams' suit, he added, "It will no longer be accepted". 'One must respect the game and the place'.

Giudicelli said the French Open won't adapt as strict a clothing codes as Wimbledon, which requires players to wear all-white, but will have its limits.

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The 23-time major victor reached the round of 16 at Roland Garros this year, but was forced to withdraw due to injury before her match with Maria Sharapova.

Williams referred to what she wore at the French Open as the 'catsuit - the new version, 2.0'. "I'm always living in a fantasy world". While Williams has admitted the catsuit makes her "feel like a superhero", it's much more than a fashion statement.

Williams donned the Nike sportswear future-like onesie at Roland Garros, where she made the round of 16 in her first Grand Slam since giving birth last September.

"I nearly died after giving birth to my daughter Olympia", Williams said. 'I always wanted to be a superhero, and it's kind of my way of being a superhero'. Players having to wear white at Wimbledon is a time-honored tradition.

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"I had a lot of problems with my blood clots, and, God, I don't know how many I have had in the past 12 months".

'I have been wearing trousers in general a lot when I play, so I can keep the blood circulation going.

Design: Williams is about to return to the US Open next week.

Now, French tennis officials have banned the fashionable suit and others like it.

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Williams, 36, dedicated the catsuit to mothers who have endured hard pregnancies, as she did past year during the birth of her first child, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. 'That's literally the only reason'.