Wardrobe Malfunction: Jelena Jankovic breaks bra strap midmatch

by: Jonathan Scott August 07, 2014

"Thank you to the nice lady who fixed my strap to finish the game," Jankovic said. (AP Photo)

Well, your Spin keeper thought this was the photo of the week, the day and night when the lights went out in Montreal. (Kudos to you if you get the pop-culture reference there.) Turns out that was just a dimly-lit warmup act for the main event: Jelena Jankovic breaking a sports bra strap midmatch, and a woman courtside helping her remedy the function-meets-fashion conundrum.

Jankovic would go on to defeat Sloane Stephens by the that's-so-them score of 6-7 (7), 6-4, 7-6 (4). Here's the match's tense third-set replay:

The real would-be winner here: Jankovic's clothing sponsor, if a logo actually adorned her bright-yellow dress. In lieu of that, I guess the WTA tour wins. But back to what matters most here: Got a great caption for this image?

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