Alize Cornet’s see-through top forces officials to decide Tennis dress code

Alize Cornet’s see-through top forces officials to decide Tennis dress code

Perth : Australia | Jan 22, 2011 at 11:33 AM PST
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Alize Cornet's see-through top is currently one of the most searched items on the internet, as the dress of the tennis player in her recent match has created a lot of controversy. Alize Cornet's see-through top has sparked a debate regarding the dress code in tennis.

For the Hopman Cup match, in Perth, Australia, the sizzling and rising tennis star, Alize Cornet, wore a dress that is a typical female tennis player dress, but with some objectionable exceptions.

It should be noted that Alize Cornet is already known for wearing bit different, in other words, revealing dress while on the court. The particular Alize Cornet's see-through top that is currently hot in talks was little unusual.

Along with the usual low-cut neck, the latest Alize Cornet's see-through top was a bit vulgar, as when she began to sweat, through the white fabric, it became transparent, and made her skimpy bra-top and inner wear completely revealed.

The latest Alize Cornet's see-through top has forced the officials to decide to regulate the dress code, violation of which can charge any tennis player with a $2,000 fine.

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