ESPN just unveiled the cover stars of its annual body issue, and leading the pack is tennis superstar and international bombshell Caroline Wozniacki. (Other covers will feature Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot and Chicago Cubs infielder Javier Baéz.) Wozniacki said that he decision to pose with nothing but a racquet was rooted in her recent struggles with her own body. “I’ve never really been injured before,” she explained to the magazine. “And last year was just one little thing after the next.”
In 2016, her season got off to a miserable start, and was eventually plagued by a series of injures including back issues, a nagging calf, and an ankle injury that she simply couldn’t shake. “It made me realize you need to listen to your body and let it heal.” What was attractive about the ESPN shoot, she said, was the thematic focus on body “positivity,” and that she didn’t want to be “stressing about something I don’t have”—whatever that is—“and just embrace what I do have.”
The result? This cover.
As it so happens, this is not the first time the 12-year veteran of the WTA tour has decided to show off her finer assets. Just a few months ago, Wozniacki posed for the Sports Illustrated‘s annual swimsuit edition, where she posed in all manner of decreasingly tiny, vividly colored swimsuits. And outside of magazines, she continues to set Instagram feeds ablaze on a near daily basis. Just see for yourself.
As you can see, her shoot for Sports Illustrated was downright sizzling.
Taking a note out of Christie Brinkley’s similar Sports Illustrated shoot, here’s Caroline Wozniacki in a red bikini.
Looks like Caroline Wozniacki has found the perfect way to cool off during these dog days of summer. Now, it’s your turn to follow suit.
Like the goddesses of spring—dating all the back to the original bombshell, Aprhodite—Caroline Wozniacki sure knows how to rise from the sea.
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