Camila Giorgi's NEW sensual miniskirt excites her fans!

Camila Giorgi’s NEW sensual miniskirt excites her fans!

The tennis season has restarted with the Australian swing. Currently the tennis players are divided between those who are working towards the new season, training and perhaps participating in some exhibitions and the first Australian tournaments, such as Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

Other tennis players, however, especially tennis players, spent the Christmas holidays with their families and shared their holidays on social media. Former Italian number one camila georgeShe, like every year now in recent times, has posted a video reel on her Instagram account where she sends Christmas greetings in a more sensual way than ever.

Unforgettable snapshots and videos, which circulate on social networks and pay tribute to the beauty of the Italian-Argentine athlete. But not only. Camila is ready to leave Adelaide, where she recently arrived to play the qualifiers.

Witnessing her arrival in Australia was herself, through an Instagram story that portrays a night panorama of the Australian city. But perhaps it is the following that inflamed the public even more than her. A mirror selfie of her portraying her in jean shorts, a pink lace top that leaves her midriff bare from her.

To the happiness of his followers. Camila Giorgis NEW sensual miniskirt excites her fans

The latest from Camila Giorgi

The situation of the Italian tennis player, after the issue of false covid vaccines, has also worsened, since her brothers, her mother and her father, coach Sergio Luis Giorgi, are also among the suspects.

They have all received the guarantee notification in view of the request, made by the Vicenza prosecutor’s office, that an evidentiary incident be held in the coming weeks. Apparently, the investigators would like to hear, this time before a judge, the doctor, whose statements may be important in a possible trial.

According to press reports, Camila Giorgi should meet with her lawyers to decide how to respond to the accusations, which could also lead to sanctions by the Federation from a sporting point of view. The case could force the Italian to abandon the Australian tour scheduled for January, in which she will be at the starting line of the WTA 500 in Adelaide 2 and the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the season.

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