The U.S. Open is one of the only tennis tournaments Americans actually pay attention to, especially with the heated rivalry between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. But let’s be honest — a lot of the fun is watching the coverage of the women. The tournament features some of the most beautiful female athletes in the world, and they all have social media accounts. Here are 10 female pros you need to be following during the U.S. Open and in the off-season.
The US Open is probably the only tennis tournament Americans pay attention to, especially with the heated rival match going down between Spanish pro Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. But lets be honest — most of us are in it for the coverage of the women. The tournament features some of the most beautiful players from across the world, and they have even hotter social media accounts. Here are 10 female pros you need to be following, even in the off-season.
Not only is Serena Williams one of the most famous tennis stars in the world, she sometimes has a tendency to crash weddings and post the evidence to her Instagram. While wearing a pretty hot cheetah one-piece. Need we say more?
Dominikia Cibulkova makes Slovakia pretty damn proud with her No. 13 world ranking and her four career singles titles. But the rest of us are paying attention to the blonde’s Instagram and Twitter accounts. From selfies in Paris to selfies on the court, Cibulkova wins everyone over.
Opponents fear this Montreal babe for good reason — she is ranked No. 8 in the world for singles and is a definite “must-watch” player in the U.S. Open. Eugenie Bouchard is in every way a Canadian tennis goddess (Nike absolutely loves her), and she proves it on the court and off on her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Hailing from Germany, the beautiful Julia Goerges is someone to watch in the U.S. Open and on the web. The 25-year-old pro has Twitter and Instagram accounts that capture her traveling all over the world and posting some pretty amazing post-match selfies.
Maria Sharapova is a household name (a beautiful Russian one at that), and she is a consistent top contender at the U.S. Open, which is a no-brainer considering she is ranked No. 6 in the world for singles. She’s also a top contender for having some pretty hot social media accounts, especially her Twitter. Sharapova has been regarded as a “media mogul,” and we can see why.
Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki became a player to watch after she held the No. 1 spot on the WTA tour for a straight 67 weeks in 2010, and she still has all eyes on her in the 2014 U.S. Open. Wozniacki is always updating her Twitter followers about what she is up to — and yeah, she sometimes hangs with opponent Serena Williams and serves up some some morning bedroom selfies.