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Serena Williams from the USA in action against Julia Görges from Germany in the evening light on the court Suzanne Lenglen in the women's individual competition at the French Open tennis tournament 201

8 at Roland Garros on 2 June 2018 in Paris, France (Photo by Tim Clayton / Corbis via Getty Images)

It may be okay for Wakanda, but apparently not for the French Open.

Tennis superstar Serena Williams wore what she describes as " Wakanda-inspired catsuit "at this year's French Open after Jack Davies in an article for the Sporting News but the president of French tennis Bernard Giudicelli does not seem to be a fan:

WTF? As in "What the French Open"? Respect for the game? It's a catsuit. Not a clown suit.

Plus, Williams has a legitimate argument when she suggested that the catsuit can help prevent blood clots, something she struggled with after having had a caesarean section in September of last year. In a Vogue article by Rob Haskell, Williams described how she suffered a pulmonary embolus after her daughter Alexis Ohanian was born. Blood clots, called deep vein thrombosis, had formed in the veins of their legs. At least some of these clots had then broken off and traveled to their lungs, blocking the flow of blood to their lungs. This was a medical emergency because if the blood flow was not restored quickly, her lung tissue would have begun to die. And you need your lungs to breathe and live.

Her doctors put her on blood thinners to break up the blood clots and prevent the formation of new blood clots. But the blood thinners caused bleeding in their C interface. The doctors had to deal with this bleeding and put a filter in one of their large veins to catch clots before they could reach the lungs. That was not what you would call "uncomplicated pregnancy". However, after a long recovery, Williams eventually returned to the tennis tour, reaching the fourth round of the French Open and the Wimbledon finals this year, which is a good way to show respect for the game.

2018 French Open Tennis Tournament – Day Three. Serena Williams of the United States in action against Kristyna Pliskova of the Czech Republic on court Philippe-Chatrier in the men's individual competition at the French Open tennis tournament 2018 at Roland Garros on May 29, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Tim Clayton / Corbis via Getty Images)

In addition to the use of blood thinners, it is common to prevent the formation of deep vein thrombosis by compression stockings on the legs. Compression stockings are tight and compress the legs, which circulates the blood, making clots less likely to form. Blood clots tend to form when the blood is still.

A catsuit may look a bit like wearing compression stockings all over your body, unless, of course, you do not want to look like a ninja. Or Batman. Or the Black Panther. Is the protection against blood clots the main reason why Williams wore the catsuit? Maybe, maybe not. Only Williams really knows. But can a catsuit help prevent blood clots? Yes.

After Williams won 23 Grand Slam titles last year and mastered some health challenges, are we really interested in what she's wearing? It's not as if she dressed like a fire hydrant or a birthday cake, though winning in such outfits would have been particularly impressive. Many people like superheroes, speed skaters and skiers wear catsuits. And if such an outfit helps, Flash, Deadpool, and William's blood clots prevent more power for them.

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Serena Williams from the USA in action against Julia Görges from Germany in the evening light on Court Suzanne Lenglen in the women's singles competition at the French Open tennis tournament 2018 in Roland Garros on June 2, 2018 in Paris (Photo by Tim Clayton / Corbis via Getty Images)

It may be OK for Wakanda, but apparently not for The French Open

Tennis superstar Serena Williams wore during this year's French Open, as did Jack Davies in an article for the Sporting News said what she called the "Wakanda-inspired catsuit" of French tennis Bernard Giudicelli does not seem to be a fan:

WTF? Wi e in "What the French Open"? Respect for the game? It's a catsuit. Not a clown suit.

Plus, Williams has a legitimate argument when she suggested that the catsuit can help prevent blood clots, something she struggled with after having had a caesarean section in September of last year. In a Vogue article by Rob Haskell, Williams described how she suffered a pulmonary embolus after her daughter Alexis Ohanian was born. Blood clots, called deep vein thrombosis, had formed in the veins of their legs. At least some of these clots had then broken off and traveled to their lungs, blocking the flow of blood to their lungs. This was a medical emergency because if the blood flow was not restored quickly, her lung tissue would have begun to die. And you need your lungs to breathe and live.

Her doctors used blood thinners to break down the blood clots and prevent the formation of new blood clots. But the blood thinners caused bleeding in their C interface. The doctors had to deal with this bleeding and put a filter in one of their large veins to catch clots before they could reach the lungs. That was not what you would call "uncomplicated pregnancy". However, after a long recovery, Williams eventually returned to the tennis tour, reaching the fourth round of the French Open and the Wimbledon finals this year, which is a good way to show respect for the game.

2018 French Open Tennis Tournament – Day Three. Serena Williams of the United States in action against Kristyna Pliskova of the Czech Republic on court Philippe-Chatrier in the men's individual competition at the French Open tennis tournament 2018 at Roland Garros on May 29, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Tim Clayton / Corbis on Getty Images)

In addition to taking blood thinners, it is common to wear compression stockings around the legs to prevent the formation of deep vein thrombosis. Compression stockings are tight and compress the legs, which circulates the blood, making clots less likely to form. Blood clots tend to form when the blood is still.

A catsuit may look a bit like wearing compression stockings all over your body, unless, of course, you do not want to look like a ninja. Or Batman. Or the Black Panther. Is the protection against blood clots the main reason why Williams wore the catsuit? Maybe, maybe not. Only Williams really knows. But can a catsuit help prevent blood clots? Yes.

After Williams won 23 Grand Slam titles last year and mastered some health challenges, are we really interested in what she's wearing? It's not as if she dressed like a fire hydrant or a birthday cake, though winning in such outfits would have been particularly impressive. Many people like superheroes, speed skaters and skiers wear catsuits. And if such an outfit helps, Flash, Deadpool, and William's blood clots prevent more power for them.


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