Nike had the perfect response to French Open's controversial decision to ban Serena Williams' catsuit that made her feel like a 'warrior princess'
EXCERPT: "Business Insider"
Bernard Giudicelli, the president of the French Tennis Federation, caused an uproar earlier this week when he said the black catsuit Serena Williams wore during this year's French Open would "no longer be accepted," because it did not respect the sport or the tournament.
On Friday evening, Nike responded to the decision in the best way possible short of extending a giant middle finger. Nike posted a black-and-white image of Serena in the outfit with the message, "You can take the superhero out of her costume, but you can never take away her superpowers."
Williams wore the special suit for medical reasons, to help prevent blood clots. However, she noted that the 'Black Panther'-style catsuit also made her feel like a "warrior princess."