In the event of a "wardrobe malfunction" during a USTA or professional tennis match, the current point would continue to be played until one of the players has won that point. Generally speaking, the player so affected would be given a brief amount of time to quickly change clothing on the court premises. However, if the player required a long time, as might be the case if no replacement is within easy reach, then the player would be granted a reasonable amount of time to obtain/change clothing off the court, per ITF/USTA Rule 29.b (n.b., in a professional match, a court official would follow the player off the court, to ensure that no coaching occurs). For further information, refer to the USTA link, below.
I would assume pockets
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Pants. Im a hockey player.
It obviously is easier to run with a skirt than with shorts or pants. The legs are more free and less constricted. The tennis skirts have an attached "panty", if you will. A bonus is some of them have side pockets to conceal extra tennis balls. Any sport can make you sweat and tennis is no different. So the cooler the outfit, the better.
Sometimes they do. 49er Brooks peed his pants numerous times.
you can't get new pants my advice
It will burn
Football players wear compression pants, which are similar to tights. Compression pants help with circulation and are very useful to athletes who stand for long periods of time.
they start wearing shorts and pants