"If you 're not first, you 're last! Shake and bake baby," these are the words of Rachel Stuhlmann, who posted a super sensual photo on her Instagram profile. On the occasion of the Indianapolis Indy 500, the tennis influencer wore a breathtaking outfit: a black and white checked top, like the checkered flag of racing and super tight and super provocative leather pants.
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The latest on Rachel Stuhlmann
Already with the start of the Roland Garros, the very sensual tennis influencer Rachel Stuhlmann posted a new photo on Instagram, in which she is wearing a truly provocative outfit: a very low-cut top and a burgundy miniskirt with slits, which struggle to contain her generous curves.
The shot made social networks and fans go crazy, they were really amazed. In her Instagram post, she commented: "YAYY! I'm so glad my Paris collection is finally here. I'm really embracing clay courts this season. And I'm so excited to share my new Clay court season sport towel, poster, and apparel.
You guys are going to love it. I'm so excited to celebrate one of the biggest moments on the tennis calendar. All items are now available." Previously, the tennis influencer attended an event organized by Citi Taste of Tennis and for the occasion she decided to wear a breathtaking dress, which left everyone speechless, elegant with a deep neckline and slit.
Rachel played tennis at the college level, but given her results not up to her, she preferred to pursue tennis in a totally different way. She started out by advertising tennis brands and gradually she took on more and more importance in the American landscape.
This year she worked with Top Court and participated, in a marginal way, in the US Open. Stuhlmann has the Spanish champion Rafael Nadal and the now ex tennis player Serena Williams as her greatest idols, while among the younger tennis players on her circuit, she appreciates Ons Jabeur and the Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev.
Rachel is friends with and still has a great relationship with US athlete Reilly Opelka. Her tennis career at the University of Missouri had few results but the girl still remained tied to this beautiful sport.