Federer: It's not all-white with me, Wimbledon

SEVEN-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer says he thinks the crackdown on all-white apparel this year has gone too far.

In recent years we have seen the Fed Express with orange soles on his runners and Serena Williams wearing red shorts under her skirt.

But after the all-white restrictions were expanded to include hats, bandanas, sneaker soles and underwear, Federer said: "We're all white. White, white, full-on white. I think it's very strict.

"My personal opinion, I think it's too strict."

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