Exploitation or not, these are great uniforms. The Romans sure know how to dress their raccattapalle.
What do you think? Leave us a comment here.
(photo by Antonio Constantini via the Internazionali d’Italia website)
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I noticed the same thing. Nice pic!
did they use models as ball girls?
I’m not sure. They might not be professional models, but you know they were hand-picked to fit in those teeny tiny uniforms
i think those outfits are HOT… the women players should wear em 😛 or at least that style
those outfits are hot!! I being a previous ball girl for the rca tennis tournament in indy…what can I say we wore nothing like that!
Reply: I wonder, though — would you have wanted to wear that if you were a ball girl?
uniform for next year: hat, shoes and glasses!
Nah…, I think the focus should be on players.
Reply: Zola, I don’t agree. I think we can dress the ballgirls better and still not take away from the players. We don’t pay an arm and a leg to get into a court and watch the ballgirls. We’d still be watching the players duke it out.
Wow those outfits ARE whooaa ahah
I was a ballgirl at Indian Wells and our uniforms were boring compared to that.
we were sponsored by FILA too 🙂
Wow, it’s like the Dallas Cowgirls of tennis.
this is ridiculous!
i doubt the players can even concentrate on the match!
Where can I buy one for my wife?
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