Yep, Nike hates Serena. That is the only conceivable explanation for her current outfit at the Medibank Sydney tournament. Here is the front: Here's the closest thing I could find to a back view: The bottom of the outfit in the back, from the waist down, is very close to Serena's skin color. I have to hand it to Serena. She has clearly lost weight and looks very fit. Trouble is, Nike has put her in an outfit where it looks (from a distance) as though she is playing Bottomless Tennis and is naked from the waist down. As a woman, I thought the rules were clear and well-established. You don't wear fitted, flesh-colored clothing because it makes you look like you forgot to get dressed. I learned this lesson myself as a teen when I went off and bought my first swimsuit without the aid of my mother. I returned with a flesh-colored number and my mom explained that I would likely get arrested for streaking if I ever left the house in that swimsuit. It's a shame. It's a flattering outfit on Serena otherwise. Is there any chance that no one at Nike thought about this problem?