Top WTA stars "on fire" after seeing Sabalenka wearing mini dress during night out



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Top WTA stars "on fire" after seeing Sabalenka wearing mini dress during night out

Top WTA stars Paula Badosa and Anna Kalinskaya reacted to Aryna Sabalenka's latest Instagram post, in which the world number 5 appears in a short black night dress. "Night out," Sabalenka captioned the photo. Badosa and Kalinskaya both commented with "fire" emojis.

You can see the photo below:

This is not the first attractive apparition of Sabalenka on social media.

After WTA's world number 5 Aryna Sabalenka posed without a top in a personal photoshoot, the Belarusian appeared on a beach in Miami wearing a transparent dress through which her bathing suit can be seen. Sabalenka posted the photo on her Instagram account.

"Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm," wrote Aryna.

Sabalenka had a no top photoshoot

Aryna Sabalenka recently contacted a hairstylist and a photographer in order to plan a private photoshoot.

Then, Sabalenka posed topl*ss and wore sensual outfits. Watch footage from the photoshoot below.

Former tennis player Anastasia Pivovarova reacted to one of Sabalenka’s new outfits.

“S*xy lady,” wrote Pivovarova on Instagram. “I’m s*xy and I know it,” Sabalenka replied. WTA world number 44 Elise Mertens also reacted: “Oelala girl,” said Mertens. Also, the 2017 US Open champion and Sports Illustrated cover model Sloane Stephens reacted to Aryna Sabalenka's recent sensual photoshoot.

"Okurrr. It’s giving s*xy! We see you girl," said Stephens on Twitter. Sloane Stephens was featured in 2018 on the cover of a Sports Illustrated Sw*msuit edition. "Being on the cover of SI was an incredible honor!

I was so shocked to discover I’d be on the cover. Thank you, SI!" Stephens told SI. "The most challenging shots were shots posing with the waves splashing on you. Trying to maintain your composure with waves and sand flowing was wild.

I have so much respect for all of the models of the world. Modeling is fun but extremely challenging work," said Stephens. "Although I spend most of my time in training gear, I grew up near the ocean so I was pretty comfortable in a bathing suit.

I had a little apprehension because the sw*msuits were so tiny!" the American told SI.