Serena Williams of the US hits a return to Magda Linette (out of frame) of Poland during their 2018 US Open Women's Singles match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York on August 27, 2018. / AFP / EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ
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French Open director Guy Forget says Serena Williams' attitude defused a potential row over an upcoming dress code that he insists will be far less strict than the one at Wimbledon, French sports daily L'Equipe reported Tuesday.Williams at the time took the announcement in stride, describing her relationship with the French Open organizers as wonderful.Forget congratulated Williams on her attitude.Wimbledon has a strict all-white dress code for its June lawn tennis tournament. Rafael Nadal voiced support for the move from the U.S. Open Monday explaining he saw no reason the French Open, which he has won eleven times, couldn't limit what players wear.
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