General standards: every player must wear clean, tidy, habitual and required tennis clothing when appearing on the court
(1) Women should wear sleeved or sleeveless tops and short skirts or one-piece skirts in regular competitions, except in special circumstances.
(2) Long-sleeved shirts, gymnastics suits, fashions, collarless shirts, or other clothing that is not allowed are not allowed to be worn during competitions or pre-match preparations.
Special Grand Slam rules:
(1) Players must wear lawn tennis shoes when participating in lawn tennis matches. Except for warm-up activities, the color of tennis clothes and footwear must be mainly white.
(2) At the French Open, the organizing committee has the right to determine what kind of shoes (soles) do not meet the requirements and prohibit players from wearing such shoes to compete on the Roland Garros tennis court.
(3) In doubles matches, players of the same team should wear consistent match costumes.
Sponsored trademarks: The commercial color in the Grand Slam matches is ubiquitous. It is reflected in the players as the trademarks on the clothing and appliances, and the clothing is an integral part of the players’ behavior, so let’s take a look at the trademarks. specification. Regardless of whether during the game or at the press conference or other ceremonies held in the competition, the logos on the clothing, equipment and various supplies of the players must follow the following regulations: each cuff of the jacket can have a logo, and the area cannot be More than 3 square inches (19.5 square centimeters); there can be two logos on the chest, each cannot exceed 2 square inches (l3 square centimeters), if there is only one logo, its size cannot exceed 3 square inches; back and collar There must be no trademarks on the trousers (or shorts), each of which cannot exceed 2 square inches, and if there is only one, it cannot exceed 3 square inches; hats, hair bands, wrist guards and every socks are There may be a trademark but no logo, and its size shall not exceed 2 square inches.