‘Wake Up’: Tennis Fans Seek Change in ‘Disgusting’ Ball Girl Drama

The Madrid Open has again been criticized for wearing “inappropriate” attire for women during Carlos Alcaraz’s (pictured left) appearance at a ball on Center Court. (Getty Images)

of madrid open Models in ‘skinny’ attire for Center Court match carlos alcarazIn a sport that constantly grapples with gender equality in pay and dress code, the Madrid Open stands out for all the wrong reasons. tennis Clothes for models playing ball figures.

Throughout the 2023 tournament, spectators noticed a difference in the uniforms used on the outer courts compared to the main court. Games at La Caja Magica Stadium are broadcast to a wider global audience. Alcaraz is currently the biggest name to play at his Madrid Open, where organizers use his all-girl caddie team for his tournament.

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In stark contrast to what the children wore in the outfield, the women in midfield wore crop tops. In the outfield, both boys and girls are used – and their attire is much more conservative.

On other courts, mixed-race players wear blue suits with the Lacoste logo on them.

In 2004, the tournament sparked controversy when it recruited models in their 20s. After an uproar over the outfits, the Madrid Open enlisted male models to compete in the women’s competition in 2006 and 2007. In this year’s competition, Iga Spiretek served as the home player. He has been praised by many male “models”.

Circumstances over the years have divided players. When the decision was made in 2004, tennis icon Andre Agassi questioned the use of “models” as people on the ball and whether it was appropriate for the game of tennis. Marat Safin, the 2004 championship champion, said it was an advertisement for the sport, for better or for worse.

“This model means that people are still talking about tennis. Good publicity, bad publicity. That’s okay. To this day, the controversy continues and much of social media is ‘disgusting’ and ‘perverted’. Sport is the exception.

Tennis world furious over women’s dress at Madrid Open

While no attire will be revealed at this year’s game, viewers will still notice a difference in the look of the home outfit and ball men compared to the outfield. Blame the young caddies for being relegated to the outfield to support the bench and wonder why there is a practice in 2023.

A tennis fan has sparked an argument with Australian great Renee Stubbs. man.

Carlos Alcalaz (pictured) walks in front of the women at the Caja Magica Ladies' Ball.  (Javier Soriano/AFP via Getty Images)

Carlos Alcalaz (pictured) walks in front of the women at the Caja Magica Ladies’ Ball. (Javier Soriano/AFP via Getty Images)

“I don’t know. I can guess, but I don’t want to,” the tennis superstar replied. After a user explained the reasoning behind the decision, Stubbs wrote:

Spectators were also surprised to see well-trained caddies and caddies being moved to the outfield, in stark contrast to the grueling training at the Grand Slam.

The Madrid Open, which stands out in tennis for all the wrong reasons, has made some recent moves to make the sport more inclusive. Wimbledon announced For the first time ever, female athletes will be able to wear colored underwear underneath their all-white outfits to accommodate athletes during the period. . This complies with the strict dress code of the All England Club.

The situation at the Madrid Open also comes after many sports no longer allow models and promotional women to compete in their events. The accompanying runners were removed, but the Tour de France also faced backlash when it decided to remove the podium models.

Iga Swiertek prepares for a game when a golfer walks past her.

Yiga Spheretek (pictured left) plays in front of the “model” players at the La Caja Magica stadium. (Getty Images)

and, Australian Open backlash This year it’s clear that the caddies are working for free. Fans flocked to social media to denounce the fact. Kids don’t get paid for the work they do.

The kids in the baseball diamond pay a flat rate of $15 an hour at the U.S. Open and $351 a week at Wimbledon. But the Australian Open is very different, kids come because of their love and experience of the sport.

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