Maria Sharapova, arguably the most popular female tennis player in the world, has advanced to the third round where she gets the unfortunate task of facing Justine Henin.
Henin was at the top of her game when she retired and, now that she's back, marks a distinct challenge for Sharapova, especially with a 6-3 record against her over her career.
Let's take a look at Sharapova so far in the tournament, see how she's fared, who she might face if she wins, and of course, what she's been wearing.
Sharapova displayed a long-sleeved, yellow top with a colorful yellow miniskirt for her first round match against Ksenia Pervak.
Sharapova easily dispatched with Pervak 6-3 6-2, but made this motion more than a few times. Either she had a headache, didn't feel like she was playing well, or was really embarrassed by her dad.
Sharapova's powerful serve was one of the keys to her first round victory.
Sharapova rocked this purple number in the second round against Kirsten Flipkens.
It's a bit "sash-y" for my taste, but Sharapova clearly seems more concerned about winning than fashion at this point.
Sharapova also showed off how she uses those long legs of hers by reaching for a ball in the second round en route to her 6-3 6-3 victory.
This is what Sharapova was wearing one of the times she defeated Henin. I believe that history repeats itself.
Does that mean that Sharapova needs to get a little more revealing with the tank top to take down Henin and keep advancing?
As far as Sharapova takes her outfit in the next round, I doubt she'll be even a fraction of revealing as Venus Williams has been this tournament.