Venus Williams French Open Outfit – Serena Williams Wardrobe Malfunction Create Buzz

venus-williams-french-open-outfit-serena-williams-wardrobe-malfunction-create-buzzVenus Williams French Open 2010 outfit and Serena Williams wardrobe malfunction create buzz in the web. Looks like both Venus And Serena Williams are getting pumped up when wacky and weird pictures of both Tennis Players are spreading all over the internet.

V. Williams’ lacy black-and-red outfit, which gave “the illusion of being see-through” according to the AP, is the tennis star’s most talked-about on-court apparel choice since she wore a skimpy green uniform at the Australian Open in January. Scroll down for photos from her French Open first-round victory.

Oh, and Venus won the match, 6-3, 6-3, but was less-than-dominating. Williams had 21 errors and threw in eight double faults. But she advanced and managed to piss off America’s delicate sensibilities, so a success all around.

The verdict on the get-up, with its flesh-toned underwear, has been decidedly mixed. Williams, whose own EleVen label designed the outfit, said the concept was to create “illusion.” Certainly, she succeeded on that task.

Venus Williams French Open Outfit 2010 Photos – Pictures Gallery

Serena Williams wardrobe malfunction comes just after he was beaten with a record of $ 82 500 fine for his tirade at the U.S. Open. During her semifinal against Kim Clijsters, Serena Williams had verbally assaulted a linesman during a foot fault call two match points. Serena Williams had threatened to “pull a tennis ball down your throat F..”

Miss Williams’ micro mini lace dress complete with red hot piping, not to mention her nude unmentionables, harked back to a 19th century chorus line.

Trouble just doesnt seem to end for Tennis top seed Serena Williams, just days after she was banned from the US open and fined 50000 pounds,Williams had a swim suit malfunction, the 24 year old tennis ace went swimming in Barbados when this incident occured.

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