Female tennis players show their skirts, photographers stare at sensitive parts and shoot wildly. The media also promote a series of commemorations of voyeurism

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 Female tennis players show their skirts, photographers stare at sensitive parts and shoot wildly. The media also promote a series of commemorations of voyeurism


Early womens tennis clothes were born out of the clothes of the noble ladies in the Middle Ages. Long-sleeved skirts were matched with hats or headscarves; cuffs had to be wrapped tightly; skirts had to cover ankles; the heavy weight of long skirts often forced them to devote energy to coping with the resulting resistance airflow, and they had to be careful not to let the hat or headscarf fall off at all times...

But in fact, in this era, it is already very safe, although very short, if you lift the skirt, there is a four-cornered underpants underneath - everyone no longer need to worry about the problem of running out.

Martina Hingis

As early as 2001, the British media launched Wimbledons 50-year Walking Atlas, a series of similar voyeuristic photos. While enjoying the beautiful volleys and high drops of top players, they also aimed the camera lens at the sensitive parts of the womens players, which were tightly tied up by the competition clothes.

Gucci Morgan in 1949, Evert in the 1970s and now Kournikova and Hingis have become the focus of attention. One of the most fantastic pictures of Hingis in 1997 was when she wore a bikini-style sports library, but she seemed to be...

At that time, Hingiss series of costumes were originally labeled pure. Anyway, these photos were captured by the photographer in an instant.

Venus Williams

But the beauty of that era seemed more open than it is now, which can be seen from the upper body. American tennis player Linda Siegel will walk on the tennis court in this way...

Later, she changed to a model... The effect is much better. It can be said that everything has been used to its fullest.