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We offer our deepest condolences to Serena Williams' opponents. The record-breaking tennis player beat on January 15 at the Australian Open in 2019 against the German Tatiana Maria in Melbourne Park places. Williams, who won the game, put on a wild green bodysuit (with a stunning racer strip on the front) and fishnet stockings to cement her status as a fashion icon on the tennis court.
The minimalist green ensemble captivates with its minimal black and white lines. After the match, the athlete discussed the bodysuit (which she designed with Nike and named "Serena-tard"). "I wanted to be fit. I came back. Nike always wants to make an incredibly strong, powerful statement for mothers trying to get fit again. That's basically it for me, "she said. (See also: Camouflage workout clothing that makes you feel like you have a heavy AF feeling.)
This is not the first time that the athlete's wardrobe is making headlines. Last summer, the new mother wore a black catsuit at the French Open, resulting in a heavily publicized catsuit ban. In response, Williams came a few days later in a tulle skirt with tulle to the US Open. (See also: Seamless Workout Clothes That Will Not Rub Even on the Sweatiest Workouts)
We have a fashionable tennis icon.
This story was originally published on HelloGiggles.com by Jessica Wang