TENNIS superstar Serena Williams was dealt a blow when she was banned from wearing a skin-tight "catsuit" at the French Open.
The head of the prestigious tennis tournament vowed to tighten the rules around players' kits. Here's all you need to know.
Why is Serena Williams' catsuit banned at the French Open?
In August 2018 the French Tennis Federation president Bernard Giudicelli said the tournament that the French Open is introducing a dress code to regulate players' uniforms.
He said that he thought the outfits worn by players sometimes go "too far."
In an interview in Tennis Magazine's 500th edition, Giudicelli singled out the figure-hugging black suit that Williams wore this year at Roland Garros.
She said made her feel like a superhero.
Giudicelli said: "It will no longer be accepted. One must respect the game and the place."
What is the dress code for tennis players?
The new dress code for players at the French Open has not yet been finalised.
But Mr Giudicelli said Roland Garros' new rules won't be as strict as at Wimbledon.
Here, players are required to wear all white, but will "impose certain limits."
Many player uniforms for 2019 have already been designed but Giudicelli said the FFT will be asking manufacturers for an advance look at them.