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(Sports news, tennis news) Wimbledon is the place to witness many incidents involving “naked” spectators running into the field.
The dress code at Wimbledon has been a controversial topic since it was enacted that athletes participating in this tournament must wear all white. Simply, white is a symbol of purity, elegance and elegance, so the organizers want Wimbledon to become an aristocratic tournament, completely different from other tournaments.
According to the Dailystar (UK), Wimbledon is the most luxurious tournament in the tennis industry when it is required from the players to the audience to wear white, but this page lists many evidences that this is also a Grand Slam. The most “disaster on the sidelines”. A series of incidents related to costumes happened at Wimbledon, the images made everyone feel embarrassed.
Female spectator undressed and ran into the field in 1996
The 1996 final between Richard Krajicek and MaliVai Washington was overshadowed by a naked waitress running into the field. Melissa Johnson, a 23-year-old girl, did this when two male players shook hands about to enter the competition.
When asked why she did it, this girl said: “I am a naughty girl, I want to capture the wild side of myself. I said to the people I worked with, ‘I’m going to do it, I’m going to take off my uniform and run into the field.
The tennis twins took pictures to reveal “hot scenes”
In 2011, twins Bryony Frost and Katherine Frost made a series of photos “showing off their third round” with white clothes at Wimbledon.
Male spectators undress for Sharapova’s match
The 2006 Wimbledon women’s singles quarter-final between Maria Sharapova and Elena Dementieva had an incident when a naked male spectator ran down the court. The security staff then restrained the man in time and used a red cloth to cover the man’s body.
Sponsor’s revealing outfits
According to Dailystar, a sponsor was forced to recall a costume designed for female athletes attending Wimbledon 2016 because it was too revealing and offensive. Most tennis players and spectators agree with this decision, but personally beautiful Eugenie Bouchard is the opposite, she likes this outfit because of its cool design.
Male audience “breaking” Wimbledon final 2002
In the 2002 Wimbledon final, then 21-year-old Leyton Hewitt defeated David Nalbandian 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 to win the tournament. The incident of fans taking off their clothes and running into the court in the second set did not affect the performance of the legendary Australian tennis player.
(Sports news – tennis news) The great tennis player Roger Federer is preparing to enter the journey to conquer Wimbledon this season.