Ex-tennis player to become Paige Spiranac of tennis, turns heads at US Open



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Ex-tennis player to become Paige Spiranac of tennis, turns heads at US Open

Former tennis player turned influencer Rachel Stuhlmann expressed her wish to become the Paige Spiranac of tennis in a NY Post article. “The tennis influencer is at home the star-studded tournament in Flushing — her favorite event — where she turned heads in a fiery red tennis outfit that featured a pleated mini skirt and a plunging crop top,” New York Post describes Rachel.

According to NY Post, “the 30-year-old played tennis at the University of Missouri from 2010-’14, and earned a national ranking in both singles and doubles before she transitioned to a career in journalism”.

Rachel Stuhlmann works for Top Court as a “Global Events & Media Manager” and describes herself as the number one tennis influencer.

Stuhlmann aspires to become Paige Spiranac of tennis

Paige Spiranac is a well-known tennis influencer with over 3.6 million followers just on Instagram, and Stuhlmann wants to copy her success but in tennis.

“Paige does her thing with golf and she’s a great person to seek inspiration from, but there’s nothing like it in tennis.

And so I just feel like for me, I would love to keep bringing attention to all the different tournaments I want to travel to. My main goals are to make the game more mainstream and relatable. So whatever aligns with that, I’ve always said yes to opportunity-wise and within the game and just keep creating content around the sport, get people excited about it, show them the different life stories around the game and in a positive way.

That’s what I want to keep doing”. “I really like what she does in golf and so that’s what I’m trying to do in tennis,” Stuhlmann said. “I feel like I’ve been inspired for a while by Paige Spiranac.

She posted a tweet that I could really relate to: “‘I used to be so worried about being taken seriously and pleasing people who didn’t even like me. Everything changed in my career when I started having fun with my content and doing what I wanted.' ”