This week tennis superstar Venus Williams served up both winners and controversy during her early-round matches on the red clay at Roland Garros, site of the 2010 French Open Championships. Bolstered by her number 2 world-ranking, her 20 Grand Slam titles, her exceptional tennis skills and a sassy tennis dress, she’s been a smashing success!
As a result of Venus’ sexy-flirty outfit, there were plenty of ooh-la-la moments during her early round matches that were played on Court Suzanne Lenglen and Court Philippe Chatrier. Every time she served, hit a forehand winner or smashed an overhead shot; her lacy see-through petticoat styled dress flew up to reveal her buxom bottom, clad in a pair of flesh-toned boyshorts.
In his article entitled: “Venus Fashions Controversy With Style” by Greg Couch, the national columnist for FanHouse and former sports columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times wrote,
“What you have to decide about Venus Williams’ dress is whether it is fashion art or pornography. Is she trying to appear nude or just naked?”
Mademoiselle Williams has successfully played her way into the round of 16 and when asked about her sassy, see-through corset-themed dress following her 1st, 2nd and 3rd round victories, she’s said…
“It’s really all about the illusion, What’s the point of wearing lace when there’s just black under?”
Here’s an interesting fact: In the past, players have been fined for their outfits at other Grand Slam events. Given all the hoopla, the Roland Garros organizers chose a photo of Venus wearing the racy-lacy dress, for the cover of Wednesday’s program booklet.
RedCarpetLingerie.com wishes Venus Ebony Starr Williams continued success at the French Open and congratulate her on her daring and provocative tennis fashion choice. Let us know what you think about Venus’ provocative tennis fashion. We think it shouts Game – Set – Match!