Amanda Anisimova shows ‘Insta vs Realty’: sensuality and fun


In a recent Instagram post, Amanda Anisimova had fun with her followers, posting two photos in a post entitled Insta vs Realty.

In the first photo, she is wearing a very sensual white outfit, with a very tight white turtleneck shirt, and coordinated trousers. In the second photo, she is wearing an oversized gray sweatshirt and gray shorts.

What will be the favorite selfie of her followers?





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Amanda Anisimova’s career highlights

Amanda Ansimova started playing tennis at the age of three, coached by her father Konstantin Anisimov. The family is of Russian origin: both father and mother Olga grew up in Moscow. Her father sadly passed away in August 2019 due to cardiac arrest, which is why Amanda gave up on competing in the annual US Open.

Anisimova is dating Tyler Roos, former The Amazing Race Australia contestant and the son of Australian rules football Paul Roos. In her career, she went as far as the semifinal of the 2019 French Open, becoming the first tennis player born in the 2000s to reach this milestone.

She boasts the victory of two WTA singles titles and in 2019 she reached the 21st position, her best ranking. In 2022, after the first round in Miami, she takes part in the WTA 500 in Charlesto. She beats Vickery, Putintseva, the top 5 Aryna Sabalenka and Vandeweghe, reaching her second annual semifinal. In the circumstance, Anisimova surrenders to Ons Jabeur, with the score of 6-2 1-6 4-6.

Then, she takes part in the two 1000s on clay in Madrid and Rome: in the Spanish capital, Amanda reaches the quarterfinals thanks to victories over Sabalenka, Petra Martic and the two-time finalist Viktoria Azaranka.

In the quarters, she gives way to the Russian Aleksandrova in two sets. At the Roland Garros, the American beats Naomi Osaka for the second Slam in a row, while in the second round, then she beats Donna Vekic 6-4 6-1 while in the third she takes advantage of Karolina Muchova’s retirement.

In the round of 16 she loses against Leylah Fernandez, with the score of 3-6 6-4 3-6. At Wimbledon she hits the first quarter-finals in the London Slam, beating Yuan Yue, the Americans Lauren Davis and Coco Gauff in comeback and the surprise of the Harmony Tan tournament, author of the elimination of Serena Williams in the first round.

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