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Wardrobe malfunctions during tennis matches

New to Kayo? But Otte was having problems well before Murray roared back to life in the fifth set. Earlier in the match the world No. Andy Murray takes the first set, but in much more important news, Otte's new shorts have arrived. He doesn't seem too happy with them, either. Hope he goes off to change.
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The latest Wimbledon wardrobe malfunction struck on Thursday when two players requested new clothes after they struggled to play in their shorts. Oscar Otte and Antoine Hoang complained their shorts were too big and opted to change them in the middle of their respective matches, which they both lost. Otte was on Centre Court taking on Andy Murray and after the first set, he asked the chair umpire to put in a request to get him some new shorts. The German could be heard complaining to chair umpire Aurelie Tourte that they were too big and kept falling down. Otte was then brought new shorts from the Wimbledon shop.
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Wimbledon dress code strikes again in awkward wardrobe malfunction

One of the most important annual tournaments in professional tennis started this morning in London, sparking a less important but just as predictable rush of search queries on the word "Wimbledon. The Grand Slam event is expected to have plenty in store for Canadian sports fans this year with homegrown stars and Wimbledon vets like Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard in the mix, as well as some high-stakes matchups between international greats. Will Novak Djokovic accomplish a coveted Golden Slam? Will Roger Federer's performance be hindered by recent injuries?
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Wimbledon's strict dress code appeared to strike again on Wednesday when two male players struggled with the shorts they were wearing. Oscar Otte and Antoine Hoang both decided to change their shorts in the middle of their matches, with both complaining that they were too big. Wimbledon requires players to wear all-white outfits at the grass-court grand slam, but Otte and Hoang appeared to struggle with the strict tradition. After the first set of his match against Andy Murray on Centre Court , Otte could be heard asking the chair umpire to put in a request to get him some new shorts.
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