Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Taking place in Wimbledon, London, the tourney is famous for (among many things) its strict dress code of all-white uniforms for players. Just this week, Venus Williams was reprimanded for breaking code by wearing a pink bra.
Players at Wimbledon wearing Nike's “Premier Slam” dress have reportedly been asked to return it for alterations because it didn’t cover enough skin.
Lewis Hamilton before getting turned away from sitting at Centre Court. Photo: @lewishamilton/Instagram Lewis Hamilton was really excited to watch Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer play at the Wimbledon final on Sunday. Unfortunately, he missed all the action as his outfit wasn’t up to snuff. “Due to a misunderstanding over dress code, he is disappointed to have missed the final,” his rep said in a statement. Hamilton, who dated Nicole Scherzinger on-and-off for years and counts Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid as friends, wore a a floral button-down shirt and a fedora. "If he [Hamilton] was not adequately dressed you could infer that he would not have been let in, but we do not comment on our guests,“ a Wimbledon spokesperson said.
Wimbledon semifinals are taking place on Friday morning in London and while Roger Federer, Andrew Murray, and Novak Djokovic all prepare for their big matches, their respective wives Mirka, Kim, and Jelena will also take center stage with their outfits. The women have brought their style A-game from the moment the tournament started, and we’re sure that tomorrow will be no exception. Here is how you can love all (get it) of their great looks.
Starting Monday, tennis fans of every stripe will head to the All-England Club for the 129th Wimbledon Championships. Only time will tell if Petra Kvitová of the Czech Republic will defend her title (most likely facing T-Swifty’s new pal Serena Williams in the finals ), and if Novak Djokovic will live up to his first seed ranking. No matter whom you are rooting for, here three chic spectator ensembles to watch the only Grand Slam tournament that is still held on grass. 1.