Anett Kontaveit retired from tennis this year, but in the meantime she gave her fans a truly sensational photo, in which she shows her beauty, her elegance and her sensuality. The beautiful Estonian tennis player shared a photo of a really cool outfit, made of a light blue linen suit, consisting of shorts and a blazer.
And under the jacket, there is nothing! Here's the picture:
Anett Kontaveit announces her retirement from tennis
Anett Kontaveit retired from playing tennis after Wimbledon 2023.
Like a bolt from the blue, the Estonian tennis player wanted to communicate her painful decision via her social media, which she made in recent months after a long ordeal dictated by physical problems.
The Tallinn native has won six WTA titles in her career out of fifteen finals played.
Her best result in Grand Slam tournaments is a quarter-final at the 2020 Australian Open. For her country, without a great tennis tradition, Anett was certainly the leading figure, having achieved several records in her career, first of all 2nd position in the WTA ranking, in June 2022.
She was also the first tennis player from her country to qualify for the WTA Finals, reaching the final at the same time. Her last year, with the intensification of her back problem, was poor in results and led her to make this tough decision, at just 27 years old.
This is his touching letter published on his Instagram channel: "Hello friends, today I announce that I am about to end my career as a competitive athlete. After several medical visits and consultations with my medical staff, I was informed that I have a lumbar disc degeneration in the back.
This doesn't allow me to train at full speed or continue competing. Therefore, it is impossible to continue at the highest level in such a highly competitive field. Tennis has given and taught me a lot, and I am very grateful for it.
It was important for me to bring the Estonian flag to the tennis courts and be able to play in front of my fans and fans from all over the world. After my latest effort as a professional tennis player, I am ready for new challenges: enjoying the game and competing as much as possible at Wimbledon. Thank you all for your continued support."