Ugliest shirt EVAR? (roland garros)

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  1. kevoT

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  3. DCaicedo

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    We'll see- zipped up like that, it looks like it belongs on the Tour de France and not Roland Garros. In which case it would be a kick-*** cyclist's jersey- maybe.

    In any case, yes- Hrbaty's was atrocious.
     
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    Yeah not such a good look, and I never really understood zippers on tennis shirts.
     
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    And maybe intended to be worn the other way round
     
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    Shhhhh!

    They say Internet messages are written in ink, but please go back and erase that last thought before Venus gets a hold of it and does her Janet Jackson imitation on Centre Court.
     
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    Yeh wow that is a peice of 'work" isn't it.

    Zipped up like that it looks like a bikers shirt, Maybe Tsonga can pull it off.

    Murray somewhat pulled this off
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  11. bezs

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    Makes you wonder who approved the design.
     
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    Murray Gear Always 2nd Ugliest Outfit on Court

    Murray can always pull it off threadwise because nothing he can wear is ever as ugly as his poutty hang-dog facial expressions he brings on court. If he could ever learn positive body/face language it would become a thorough joy to watch the guy coz he definitely has game. I just throw up watching him whine.
     
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    funny coment
    10char:)
     
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    I actually think it looks kind of cool. It's different than most of the boring stuff we see out there today.
     
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    Who knew cycling jerseys work well for tennis
     
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    Tsonga won't look half bad in it-he's quite cut...
     
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    What was the technology or idea behind Hrbaty's shirt?
     
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    Yeah, wrong way round too.
     
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    Well-ventilated Scapulae

    My ATP-trainer friend has advised me of the importance of a well-stretched scapula. Is there a connection here? I think not. Perhaps Hrbaty was making a half-hearted attempt to be the ATP's first cross-dresser, woke up late and put it on backwards in his rush to avoid default via tardiness? There's still no clue how he and Lotto devised that travesty of taste. Just be happy it didn't catch on!
     
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