Rain of criticism on Camila Giorgi: the sensual miniskirt breaks Instagram
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 35217
Camila Giorgi is increasingly a social media star. But her media exposure brings her into the spotlight, and therefore sometimes under a hail of criticism. Like the ones that arrived on a recent post by the beautiful Italian.
Camila defied the cold wearing only a top and a very short miniskirt. Hence the criticisms of some users, who would like the Italian player to be more focused on the court, instead of on her brand Giomila. Camila has just been eliminated at the 2023 Australian Open.
A post said: "Think a little more about some Grand Slams though, it's time to win some, considering you could do it, if you just focused on the court." But also: "It's helpful to come out early, so you have more time to model." They are just a couple of the numerous comments that appeared on her post, criticisms of her would like her to be more focused on sport, rather than on fashion.
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Camila's words after the Australian Open defeat
Here are Camila's words, after the loss in two sets against Belinda Bencic in Melborune: "I'm more than happy, because after eighteen weeks without playing a match I expressed a very high level.
I can only be happy. In the end, when you don't have the rhythm of the match, the matches run away from you for a few details. I made small mistakes. I have no regrets, I gave everything on every point. I fought back in the second set, even though I wasn't playing my best game at the start.
I tried to be defensive in the first set, then I started pushing and playing my game. When you play aggressive tennis, it happens that you make a few more mistakes. This is part of the game. You make more mistakes and sometimes you don't take the game home.
I am more than happy to be back here. Once again the third round was fatal? It's something I've never looked into. I repeat: I am happy to have started the year like this. I haven't played for a long time and the preparation took only a few weeks.
I didn't have the opportunity to follow a long preseason. My goal is to try not to stop for another 3/4 months and play as many games as possible."