Roger Federer blasts 'extreme' Wimbledon dress code and reveals desire for more colour to be introduced at By Laurie Whitwell for MailOnline Federer recalled the flashes seen in clothes worn by his coach Stefan Edberg when he won Wimbledon
Do these players' outfits really meet the strict Wimbledon dress code?
Fred Perry have been an icon for decades, but their roots as a brand run even deeper than their impressive fashion pedigree. These reissued tennis shoes go back past cultural milestones like Britpop, Punk, Northern Soul, and Swinging London, all the way back to 1934, the year the man himself took home the first of three consecutive Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Singles championships. The Wimbledon dress code, then and now, calls for players to dress in all-white. That is just how the Reissue…
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