She once admitted this:
"No one likes getting their nails done more than I do . . . I go every four days to get a manicure and every seven days for a pedicure."
And now the ace is putting on a great show of fashion sense right down to her fierce orange manicure on center court. Each tip was so stylish--diamante encrusted to animal print to 'pow!'.
The Wimbledon protocol calls for and enforces its rule of "only allowing players to wear white."
However, the Brits are bending the rules this time around, and other players are also debuting colorful manis.
Take a look at Wimbledon's usual protocol:
"Predominately in white rule introduced in 1963. 'Almost entirely in white rule' introduced in 1995. Clothing submitted to Club for comment earlier in year. Both Grand Slam and WTA rules stipulate recognised tennis attire. Decision on the day as to whether clothing/players' turnout is suitable at discretion of Referee. Guidelines:
No solid mass of colouring
Little or no dark or bold colours
No fluorescent colours
Preference towards pastel colours
Preference for back of shirt to be totally white
Preference for shorts and skirts to be totally white
All other items of clothing including hats, socks and shoes to be almost entirely white.