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Hey, Caroline Wozniacki - Margaret Court Called. She Wants Her Skirt Back.

By Kselz @TennisFixation
Just when I thought I'd seen an end to the bad tennis outfits with Venus Williams' exit from the Australian Open, along comes Caroline Wozniacki.
Take a look:

Hey, Caroline Wozniacki - Margaret Court Called. She Wants Her Skirt Back.

Image via www.australianopen.com


All three of these women are wearing Adidas. Ana Ivanovic looks fantastic for a change in an outfit that I'm sure many of us would wear. Justine Henin, in her typical androgynous top and skirt, even looks pretty good. Its hard to believe that Caroline Wozniacki is actually the one of these three wearing gear personally designed for her by no less than Stella McCartney. I'm starting to wonder if Stella McCartney has watched a tennis match in this decade. Or in the last three decades. This skirt is just way too high-waisted and 70's looking for my taste. And the top? Well, where is it?
Now perhaps the thought was to make Caroline look ballerina-ish:

Hey, Caroline Wozniacki - Margaret Court Called. She Wants Her Skirt Back.

Image via www.australianopen.com

Instead, I thing she looks Margaret Court-ish:

Hey, Caroline Wozniacki - Margaret Court Called. She Wants Her Skirt Back.

Image via www.australianopen.com


Or maybe even Daphne Akhurst-ish:

Hey, Caroline Wozniacki - Margaret Court Called. She Wants Her Skirt Back.

Image via www.australianopen.com

Now Margaret Court has 11 Australian Open singles and 5 doubles titles of her name, so she's no slouch. And Daphne Akhurst has 5 Australian Open singles and 9 doubles titles. Again, pretty impressive.
Those ladies did that awhile ago. And with those records, as far as I'm concerned, they can wear whatever the heck they want. But - Hello, Caroline Wozniaki - it's 2011. Put the high-waisted, pleated skirt away and, if you can't win a Slam, at least get with the fashion program.
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