Future Tennis Players Outfits...how Do You Imagine Them?

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  1. marpiw

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    How do you imagine the future tennis players outfits?
    Personally I imagine them more like bathing suits instead of the actual shorts,shirts and dresses.
    Do you agree with me?.
    What outfits would you suggest?
     
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  2. dlk

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    I agree, very tight form-fitting support type clothing.
     
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  3. Underhand

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    I guess Nadal would vote for shorts with open back, Federer for gold tunic and so on.
     
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  4. mandy01

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    Methinks Federer will favour platinum.
    Djokovic might stick with dragons :shock:
     
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  5. sureshs

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    I myself prefer the beach volleyball dress code for the WTA but I like the ATP the way it is. I have no desire to see Nadal in a tight bathing suit.
     
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  6. Underhand

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    No, Đoković prefers speedos and nipple tassels.
     
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  7. Manus Domini

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    definately polos, that's how it's always been for the men, and will be for a long time

    for the women, they can change a good amount, but will probably stay the same. but less is more, in someregards I guess
     
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  8. danielrios

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    WTA will play in bikini to gain some atention.
     
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  9. Colin

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    He should definitely do more speedo modeling. Speaking of which, why aren't male players allowed to go shirtless in matches? You always see them practicing without a shirt, so they must prefer it.

    I think if they allowed fewer clothes, ratings could go up among women and gay men (especially if it were Djokovic-Troicki or Roddick-Simon).

    And if they had the women play in bikinis, their matches would be much more popular. Sex sells.
     
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  10. samjones

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    If they had women play in their bikini's then Venus would look overdressed.
     
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  11. kevoT

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    Probably a lot short sleeved (no sleeves actually) and shorts, but I still think lots of pros will still be wearing polos etc.
     
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  12. b.termite

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    you made my day samjones
     
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  15. Seth

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    Fashion is cyclical, so hopefully we'll see a great champion emerge who tends to wear strictly "tennis whites," as Sampras did.
     
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