Through her Instagram profile, the Italian tennis player Camila George He shared some photos in underwear that drove his fans crazy. Fashion is one of her greatest passions beyond tennis. A passion that Camila inherited from her mother, who is the fashion designer for her outfits when she plays on the field.
Camila is very active on social media, especially on Instagram, where she often posts photos, in addition to training and tournaments, wearing fantastic and fashionable clothes, much to the delight of her countless fans.
Camila Giorgi hasn’t played since New York, when she was eliminated in the second round in three sets by Madison Keys. She should be back on the court from November 8-13, for the Billie Jean King Cup Finals.
Camila’s Career Highlights
In Grand Slam tournaments, Camila reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon in 2018.
She also holds the quarterfinals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and the round of 16 at Roland Garros 2022 and the US Open 2013. She has reached the twenty-sixth position in the WTA Ranking in October 2018 and June 2022. She is the Italian tennis player with the best winning percentage in history against the top 10 players, having achieved successes against Maria Sharapova, Viktoria Azaranka, Caroline Wozniacki, Garbine Muguruza, Karolína Pliskova and Iga Swiatek (all reaching number one in the world) and Petra Kvitová, Francesca Schiavone , Marion Bartoli, Samantha Stosur, Flavia Pennetta, Sloane Stephens, Jelena Ostapenko, Svetlana Kuznecova, and Emma Raducanu.
She is also one of the five Italian tennis players, the last in order of time, to have played in the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Tournament, the second and last Italian tennis player after Roberta Vinci to have won a tournament on grass and the only Italian tennis player who has played in five indoor WTA finals.
In 2021, the season begins on American hard courts at the WTA 500 in San José where she is defeated in three sets and in almost three hours of play by Veronika Kudermetova, seed number 9 of the tournament. At the WTA 1000 in Toronto, where she defends the title, she debuted by beating Emma Raducanu, seeded number 9 in the tournament and number 10 in the world, in straight sets.
In the second round, she defeated Elise Mertens in two sets and was defeated in the round of 16 by Jessica Pegula, seeded number 7 in the tournament and number 7 in the world, after not taking advantage of a match point. This defeat meant her descent in the world ranking to number 65.
At the WTA 1000 in Cincinnati she lost her debut in three sets against Marta Kostyuk while at the US Open she beat Anna Bondár in her debut in three sets to later be defeated by Madison Keys, the tournament’s 20th seed, in the super third set tie-break by 10 points to 6.