Italian Tennis Controversial Star Camila Giorgi Swaps Court for Lingerie Spotlight

Camila Giorgi, a 32-year-old Italian tennis player, has allegedly announced her retirement from the game in order to concentrate on her profession as a lingerie model. Giorgi has four WTA championships to her belt. In 2018, she made it all the way to the Wimbledon quarterfinals. In the same year, her accomplishments culminated in a career-high global ranking of 26.

She has established herself as one of the women's game's heaviest hitters and is becoming more well-known for her social media presence and modeling career off the court. With more than 730,000 Instagram followers, Giorgi often shares sultry images of herself wearing various sportswear and lingerie pieces from her design line, Giomila.

Giorgi has been balancing her careers as a model, tennis player, and businesswoman. Marca claims that Giorgi will now concentrate on the fashion sector, nevertheless, since the International Tennis Integrity Agency has categorized her as a "retired" player.

Although Giorgi has not formally declared her retirement, she has not participated in competition since losing to Iga Swiatek on March 23 at the Miami Open. She has not played since then.

According to reports, the WTA has not been able to get in touch with her throughout this period.

Giorgi has purportedly left the tennis anti-doping program as well, according to the Italian publication Corriere Della Sera.

In 2018, Giorgi gained notoriety after saying, in response to a question about the American tennis sensation Serena Williams, that she "does not follow tennis" before to their Wimbledon quarterfinal match. Giorgi vigorously refuted the accusation that she and her father had used a forged Covid vaccination certificate to enter the Australian Open in 2022.

Giorgi had not had the immunization despite participating in the second round, according to claims made by Italian physician Daniela Grillone, who was under investigation for allegedly giving phony Covid-19 shots. Australia required proof of a Covid vaccine for admission, and that year, Novak Djokovic famously refused to get one, leading to his deportation.

In response to the accusations, Giorgi said, "I complied with all requests from the Australian authorities... We are okay with that every year. Naturally. Yes, I completed all vaccinations. Giorgi said that she had gotten one vaccine from Grillone and that other medical experts had given her the rest of the shots she needed.

"The doctor has been investigate [sic], and she had troubles in this year with the law a few times," stated Giorgi. "I recently completed all of my vaccinations at various locations. So she is the one in jeopardy. Not me. That being said, I am at ease."


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