wimbledon 2015: tennis needs to get over its underwear festish fast

by:INGOR SPORTSWEAR     2019-10-13
This is a historic week for the women\'s movement.
The women\'s football team has never been on the agenda as it is now, and England\'s lioness are preparing to participate in their first Women\'s World Cup semi-finals.
Final against Japan
Zoe Smith, 21, has just become the British Weightlifting Champion 2015 after lifting his personal best and promising a place at the November world championships.
Female athletes in Wimbledon are talked about what underwear to wear. Hold on, what?
Yesterday, Canada and last year\'s runner-up
Eugenie Bouchard is the subject of a heated debate.
Not about her shooting choices.
She was eliminated in the first round.
Or service.
No, because she was wearing a black bra under Wimbledon\'s white underwear.
BBC tennis Twitter (now deleted)
Although the British Lawn Tennis Club denied the situation, she was fined.
Twitter/@ bbctennis and social media spent hours discussing whether or not anyone could see her bra straps anyway.
It doesn\'t matter anyway.
The point is 2015. we are still talking about the performance of female tennis players on the court. Face palm.
Of course, Wimbledon is known for the rules that players must wear white.
This is part of the quirky charm of this rather buckle --
English Championship.
But whether or not this should extend to the underwear space is debatable, and many of the top athletes and experts of the sport tend to agree with that.
The rules of all whites have tightened. up last year.
According to the new guidelines, the players were told they could only break up.
White dress with 1 cm wide color decoration.
Match referee Andrew Gillett said in a letter to the player: \"underwear that can be seen or can be seen in the game (
Including sweating)
It must also be all white.
\"So far, so direct.
I have no problem with the players who wear white at Wimbledon-it\'s a pretty good tradition as Venus Williams and Simona Halep publicly agreed to this after the rule changed last year. (
Although underwear must be completely invisible, it should be leather, right? )
I do have a question about whether women tennis players have \"rules\" bras and shorts that are constantly being watched.
Rules are rules, of course.
But trying to publicly humiliate players is lower than Andy Murray\'s shooting.
These restrictions apply to men and, of course, to women.
But what really angered many people last year was that it was suggested that women in particular could accept \"underwear checks \".
It reminds people of the image of the retired colonel, turning over and over the underwear of young female athletes, adjusting their pince-
Nez and clean their throat every time they stumble upon any remote lace.
Some players are reportedly forced to play bras.
After being told to change underwear and have no choice but to hand, there is less.
Former player Pat Kash told BBC Radio 5 live: \"Some girls were told to go back and change bras and tops because they had a slight color on them.
\"I believe some girls don\'t have the right sports bra and have to go on without it.
This is absolutely ridiculous.
\"While Danish player Caroline wozniach said it would be\" creepy \"to enforce the rules \".
Even if it\'s usually cool
Federer called on Wimbledon to \"relax \".
The Wimbledon 2015 index is now on the same path.
Pride and joy of Britain
Our grass court grand slam will be more about what women athletes are wearing under Lecca than about their athletic abilities or skills.
Caroline Wozniacki has talked about the underwear check (AP)
Of course, officials should be more concerned about the potential health risks of women athletes playing tennis without enough sports bras, rather than the color of the straps?
Or this may have a negative impact on grassroots sports.
According to a study by the University of Portsmouth, many women have stopped exercising due to the lack of good bras and the embarrassment of \"excessive breast movement.
Their role models are narrowed down to the sum of underwear drawers, which is not very helpful.
All this before we consider the issue of forcing female athletes to wear white shorts during their menstrual period.
Wimbledon women\'s champion Petra covitova and Britt Heather Watson have talked about how \"difficult\" women with menstrual cramps are at large tournaments \".
Tennis is the only sport in which women play almost equal to men.
In the profile, if it is not a sponsorship or a bonus (
Even though it\'s better than the women\'s football team in this regard, England captain Steve Holden can make money in a year, but it\'s just a tenth of Wayne Rooney\'s weekly income).
Can we stop treating its players like naughty female students?
There are already a lot in the world.
Class tennis on SW19 this week-let\'s talk about this.
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