Serena Williams made her first appearance at the French Open after officials banned the black catsuit she wore during last year's competition, and she did so in a flashy, black-and-white tennis set with a mesh underlay.
If you'll recall, a few months after last year's tournament, French Open President Bernard Giudicelli announced a stricter dress code, specifically called out Williams' catsuit and said players in the future should choose outfits "to respect the game and place.
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Last year the French Open Champion league tried to hold #SerenaWilliams back by banning her catsuit. This year our gorgeous sis showed up in an outfit with the French words for: Queen 👑 Mother 👼🏽 Goddess 👸🏽 Champion ⭐🎖🏆🎾 Designed by #VirgilAbloh more black excellence Pow! ✊🏽✊🏽 Serena is on her way to the second round after a 2-6 6-1 6-0 win over Diatchenko #BlackExcellence #BlackGirlMagic