In the early 20th century, men’s players had to wear trousers to compete and women’s long skirts also made them tortured. With the development of the times, tennis clothing has become simpler and more comfortable. Various dress codes have gradually disappeared. Today, feel free to find a round neck T-shirt and shorts to play. But in some formal occasions, your dress should still be reserved. For example, a white shirt with a leader is more decent than a sleeveless round neck T-shirt during the game.
Regarding women, overexposure has always been the focus of debate between officials and the media. Some people praise those miniskirts, camisole and hot pants, while others don’t. Supporters believe that such a dress has stimulated the increase in the ratings of tennis matches and enhanced the charm of the sport itself. Opponents believe that these extremely cost-effective clothing will destroy the century-old tradition and noble image of tennis. But judging from current trends, supporters seem to have the upper hand. Especially today when there are almost no requirements for clothing in various competitions, the reform of clothing has reached the point of great fanfare.