Social media has made real progress and has been used more and more. It’s not just tennis players because some influencers have created communities of followers linked to this sport. Taylor Fritz’s girlfriend, the beautiful Morgan Riddle is a clear example of how Fritz behaves not only on the tennis court but off it with the girl who posts daily updates.
Also, Rachel Stullman broke Instagram with over 316k. The handsome American ex-player became the world’s most famous (and emotional!) tennis influencer. But not only that, I have to say sports because Rachel has become one of the most followed personalities in the social networks in the fashion industry.
Stullman had previously played college tennis, but her results weren’t extraordinary and she eventually wanted to start a different relationship with the sport. She started by promoting tennis brands and gradually became famous in the American scene and beyond. While Rachel looks up to her biggest idols in two legends like Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, among the current tennis players she admires Ons Jaber and most of all, young Russian Andrey Rubel. .
Her career at the University of Missouri ended early, but she remained connected to the sport. And the photos, as we see, confirm it. Over the years the sports world and consequently tennis has had to deal with an important change.
White clothes and a message for the next season
In one of her last Instagram posts, Rachel shared a shot of herself posing on a tennis court in a beautiful white dress. Shaw holds a racket and two tennis balls in her left hand as she faces the camera.
In the post, the beautiful Rachel told her followers how she’s doing for the upcoming tennis season: «Hello friends! I’m so excited to share with you.
– Tennis TopGolf Concept👀 @tennissocialclubnyc – Tennis + Pickleball specials at @tossandspin – Amplified @overservedpod coming soon – 2024 tournament tour – Partnerships, hosting, events and more – New items coming to the store On top of all this I’m certified for @uspta I’m getting credits, I can’t believe I’m going for 9 years of being recognized as a professional.
Time really does freeze!”