The discovery of some of the most interesting tattoos performed in the tennis world: from love for their family of Kim Clijsters and Li Na to literary quotations by Janko Tpisarevic, through the spirituality of Amelie Mauresmo
A "sentimental" choice by the Belgian, who, tired of having to pull out every time the nuptial ring because of his sporting commitments, decided to get in this place a tattoo showing the initial of the name of her husband, the ex- basketball player Brian Lynch.
In the inside of her left wrist is also the full name of her daughter Jada. Lukas Rosol At Wimbledon was the author of one of the most surprising results in recent years, eliminating the two-time champion Rafa Nadal.
Who knows, for such an undertaking event, Rosol has not been inspired by the Haka, the Maori dance became famous thanks to the All Blacksof rugby and that the tennis player who wanted to honor with a tattoo on his left calf.
Svetlana Kuznetsova The winner of the U.S. Open '04 and Roland Garros ‘09 has tattoos on both arms showing two meaningful sentences: one, in Russian, is dedicated to all those who criticized her during her career and means "Only God is our judge ".
The other, in English, it sounds almost defiant: "The pain does not kill me, I kill the pain." Janko Tipsarevic The Serbian tennis shows on his left arm a literary quotation, is from the “Idiot” of Fedor Dostoevsky, which so pleased Gianni Clerici, "Beauty will save the world." But Tipsarevic, tattoos lover since he was 17 years old, he has many others, including a word in his native language on the right shoulder which means "genius", the zodiac sign of Cancer on the left shoulder and one with the initials of the family.
Anna Kournikova The beautiful Anna shows on the lower back an image of a sun, which increases if ever it were needed, her sensuality. Karolina Pliskova The twenty-year old Czech has still a long way if she wants to be remembered in the world of tennis, for now we are content with the Australian Open Junior won in 2010 and her tribal tattoos on her arms and legs.
Amelie Mauresmo After winning the tournament in Bratislava, at the end of 1999 Amelie Mauresmo made a bet with her coach Sophie Collardey who would win another in a short time, this was actually in Sydney and both honored the bet with a tattoo.
The future Wimbledon champion has a tattoo on her left shoulder as a symbol of peace, an angel holding an olive branch that the French have always shown with pride. Li Na A red rose tattooed on his chest is the homage of Li Na for her husband: "I chose a rose because it is a romantic and have it on my chest means that I have given him my heart." Bethanie Mattek-Sands Among clothes out of the ordinary and black bands exhibited under the eyes as she was a football player, Bethanie Mattek-Sands has never shied away when shr came to explore new forms of communication with the own body.
Couldn’t certainly miss the tattoos, especially a colorful decoration of flowers and bees that spread from right arm up to the shoulder of the woman who happened to be called "killer bee”.