Heather Watson is a knockout in front of the mirror!

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Heather Watson is a knockout in front of the mirror!

Heather Watson achieved her best ranking in 2019, at number 39 in the WTA ranking. The beautiful British tennis player reached the quarterfinals of the 2008 Wimbledon tournament. On her Instagram profile, she shares shots of the court and shots of private life, even very sensual.

Like the last one, truly breathtaking! Heather wears only a bathing suit with a black top and colored textured panties, while she is posing in front of a mirror. The athlete's face is hidden behind her cell phone, while she wears a straw hat.

Here is the super sensual photo:

About Heather Watson

Heather was born on 19 May 1992, and hails from the Channel Islands. During her career she won a total of 9 WTA titles: four in singles, four in women's doubles and one in mixed doubles.

The latter is the most important of her career, it is Wimbledon 2016 won with Finnish tennis player Henri Kontinen. Also in the London Slam, she boasts another final reached a year later, where she and Kontinen were defeated.

As for her other Grand Slam appearances, she made it to the third round four times in singles: once at the 2013 Australian Open and three at Wimbledon in 2012, 2015 and 2017. While in women's doubles she made the quarterfinals at Wimbledon in 2018.

Thanks to her title win in Osaka in 2012, she becomes the first British female tennis player to win a tournament since 1988, when she celebrated it was Sara Gomer. On 19 January 2015 she rose to the 38th position of the WTA rankings, while in her doubles her best ranking is the 42nd position reached on 20 August 2018.

Daughter of Michelle and Ian Watson, she has a brother, Adam, and two sisters, Stephanie and Julie. She is to this day the best tennis player from the Channel Islands. She entered the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy at age 12.

After four years of fasting, in 2020 she won the fourth career title in Acapulco by overcoming Leylah Annie Fernandez in the final, with a score of 6-4 68-7 6-1. In the title race, she gets rid of Coco Vandeweghe 4-6 6-4 6-4, Kateryna Bondarenko 7-6 6-2, Christina McHale 6-3 1-6 6-1 and Xiyu Wang 6- 4 7-6.

Heather Watson