Nike Wimbledon Dress Causing Plenty of Controversy After Numerous Wardrobe Malfunctions

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Nike has reportedly recalled the company’s signature white dress given to the its sponsored female tennis players at Wimbledon after numerous wardrobe malfunctions. The New York Times pointed out that tennis players like Rebecca Peterson played with a long-sleeved shirt over her dress while another competitor, Katie Boulter, reportedly tied one of her headbands around her waist to keep the dress in place. Another player, Katie Swan, tucked the dress into her shorts. “When I was serving, it was coming up, and I felt like the dress was just everywhere,” Peterson told the Times. “In general, it’s quite simple, the dress, but it was flying everywhere.” The Daily Mail obtained an email marked “VERY important” that Nike sent to its female tennis players asking them to bring in their dresses “to make a small change.” According to the Times, “the slits on each side were sewn up by a Nike tailor, making the light fabric of the dress somewhat steadier and less prone to flying up as far during play.” Nike, though, claimed that “the product has not been recalled and we often customize products and make alterations for athletes as they compete.” Nike reportedly “also offered its players the option