Camilla Giorgis wows her followers on Instagram with outfits that are beyond classy and sensual.. The beautiful Italian tennis player wore an all white dress with a t-shirt with lace inserts and a very short mini skirt.
The collection is completed with short lace socks and sneakers, both in the same color. The outfit that really drove her fans crazy:
Camila Giorgi lost to Jessica Pegula at the US Open.
Jessica Pegula defeats Camila Giorgi in the first round of the US Open against Arthur Ashe: victory for the American 6-2, 6-2.
The American tennis player stated in the press conference. «I think I played a good game. Camila is always a very difficult opponent to deal with. You never know what she’s going to get. She’s a great striker, a great athlete.
I knew what to do. I’ve had it many times this year, many times in my career. I knew what to do, but sometimes it depends on how you’re playing and how you play. I think I was able to accomplish what I wanted to do today.» As the Italian herself admits, she was the protagonist of a good performance.
However, the American was still superior in all aspects of the match: «Yeah, I think it was one of my best matches. At least in the conditions and how I hit the ball. Yeah, I mean I played well.. I had a lot of depth on my shots, which is important against her, because she’s a very aggressive player.
Yes, I think I did everything right. The only thing is that in the first set my serve was not working well at first, but I got it back and served perfectly in the second. America’s number one knows exactly what the key to winning could be. The game against Giorgis: Stepping into the field and taking the lead in the first line to win the point with power.
The number three in the world succeeded in this plan, minus the former Italian number one, but saved a good percentage from the first serve. At the beginning of the second set, Giorgis tried to level up by avoiding the mistakes that cost her so much in the first set, but the music did not change and it was the third seed in the women’s draw who flew into the second round. Arthur Ashe Stadium’s first match at this ground.