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“She Didn’t Have to Humiliate…” – Camila Giorgi’s Fashion Statement at Wimbledon Catches Tennis Fans by Surprise

Camila Giorgi revealed the outfit that she will wear throughout the 2023 Wimbledon Championships, and images have gone viral on social media.

 

 

The Italian has been wearing outfits from her mother’s fashion brand ‘Giomila’ on the WTA Tour and took to social media to share her Wimbledon outfit comprising of a white top, skirt, and what appears to be a netted upper.

 

 

Camila Giorgi’s Instagram Story

Tennis fans were left stunned by Giorgi’s outfit, hailing its elegance and style. Many even called it the best outfit at Wimbledon 2023. While others pointed out that Giorgi’s fashion game has always been on point.

 

 

A fan compared the outfit to the one worn at a wedding, joking that Giorgi must have a marriage ceremony to attend after her match.

 

 

“When you’ve got a tennis match at 11 and a wedding at 2,” a fan tweeted.

Camila Giorgi will want to walk the talk at SW19 this year. She takes on Varvara Gracheva in the first round.

Camila Giorgi is no stranger to dress fiascos
At the French Open last month, Giorgi caused quite a stir with her choice of outfit. The umpire spoke to the Italian prior to her match against fiery Belarussian player Aryna Sabalenka.

 

 

The match official’s major concern was the size of the advertising logo on her dress, and he requested that she change her dress. The logo in question was by DeLonghi, a kitchen appliance manufacturer.

Camila Giorgi in action at Roland Garros (Credits: Getty, Firstsportz)

“I don’t have any change, this is my only dress. I played with it before,” Giorgi said. She wasn’t deterred one bit by the intervention though, as she went on to defeat Sabalenka 4-6,6-1,6-0 and proceeded to the next round.

Match commentator Jose Morgado said that the umpire let her play in that outfit but he would surely take it up with the “office” after the match. Camila Giorgi had worn the same dress throughout the tournament, albeit without the DeLonghi logo.

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