Caroline Wozniacki stripped to her underwear saying "This is me" for the purpose of advertising photos for her line of underwear to be launched worldwide in September 2012.
Wozniacki’s collection was created in collaboration with Danish underwear brandJBS, a family-run business established in 1939 and Scandinavia’s leading underwear manufacturer in terms of size, revenue and popularity.
Every Grand Slam is a unique opportunity for tennis fashion to step up and shine in the best light, so here at Women's Tennis Blog I always compile a collage of WTA photos to show the variety of styles in one place. For this French Open I played with movie making a bit and made this slideshow video. I hope you like it! Of course, don't forget to click the YouTube "Like" button if you do!
I included a lot of brands in the video, so that you get as comprehensive picture as possible. You can see players wearing Nike, Adidas, Lotto, Reebok, Anta, Lacoste, Asics, Under Armour, EleVen, Fila and Adidas by Stella McCartney.
As you'll notice in the video, my pick for the best look of the 2012 French Open is Serena Williams, even though her display of the three-shade green Nike dress lasted for just one match (a long and exciting one, though). Also perfect was Ana Ivanovic and all the others who sported the Adidas Adizero style in lime and core energy.
Who's on your best-dressed list?
It's awesome being regular with these fashion overviews, so now we can easily refer to the past and compare. Check out Roland Garros designs in the past two years.
This is hilarious! WTA players have no clear idea about who the Top 5 players in the rankings are, and to make things worse, not even world No.3 Agnieszka Radwanska knows who is ranked just below her! They are all pretty good with the Top 3, but the Top 5, hmmm, too difficult. Interestingly, they all think that Li Na is in the Top 5.
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