Serena Williams sent a heavy message with her French Open outfit.
The tennis star made a fashion statement at the Paris Tournament on Monday, a year after he upset the organizers, by wearing a black catsuit to deal with postpartum blood clots.
Williams warmed to Roland Garros before her victory in the first round against Russian Vitalia Diatchenko on the court, whose cape was adorned with the French words for "champion", "queen", "mother" and "goddess". [1
She removed the cape for the actual game:
Williams presented her outfit designed by Virgil Abloh and Nike on Twitter on Sunday:
She wore a black catsuit at the French Open 2018.
It was her return to Grand Slam Tennis after the death of her daughter Alexis Olympia in 2017.
"I feel like a warrior in it, like some kind of warrior princess, (a) queen from Wakanda," Williams said at the time about the movie hit "Black Panther".
"I always live in a fantasy world, I always wanted to be a superhero, and that's my way of being a superhero," she added, "I feel like a superhero when I wear it."  "I feel like a warrior in it, like a warrior-princess, a Wakanda queen.
I always live in a fantasy world I always wanted to be a superhero, and that's my way of being a superhero.
I feel like a superhero when I wear it. "
– Roland Garros (@rolandgarros) May 29, 2018
The outfit, however, became The president of the French Tennis Federation, Bernard Giudicelli, announced in August when he announced a new dress code for the sporting event.
"It is no longer accepted," he reportedly said. "You have to respect the game and the location. "Days after Giudicelli's remarks, Williams wore a tutu designed by Abloh in the first round of the US Open:
She followed him with this lavender tutu, later in the tournament:  Williams's newest choice for on-court fashion In the social media, waves inevitably struck:
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