The beautiful tennis Influencer Rachel Sthulmann shared the stages and considerations of the tennis season after the US Open on her Instagram account. And she did it too through a photo in which she is wearing an eye-catching outfit!
Rachel paired a light tartan top in various shades of yellow, white and beige with a light blue billowing skirt. The result drove her fans crazy.
In the same post, she wrote: “Hii friends! With the final Grand Slam of the year coming and going, this can be a confusing time for tennis fans- lots going on with different players all over the world.
Here are some of the exciting tournaments and events from this past week and upcoming:
1) Davis Cup Finals Group Stage: It’s now down to the final 8 teams: Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Australia, Italy, Netherlands, Serbia, and Great Britain
2) Guadalajara Open: Not too often you see a lone WTA 1000 (with no ATP Masters 1000 counterpart)
3) Ultimate Tennis Showdown: The 2nd UTS event of the year in Frankfurt just wrapped up and further proved that the fan-friendly format is an absolute hit
4) Tournaments in Asia: Many players traveled to China and Japan for a series of tournaments.
The China Open Masters 1000 starts next week 🇨🇳
5) Laver Cup: This weekend in Vancouver, are you Team Europe or Team World? Just doing my duty as #1 tennis influencer to keep you informed and up to date.”
Rachel Stuhlmann and the PTPA
Previously, Stuhlmann also shared a video in which she also talked about Novak Djokovic’s PTPA, by saying: “For the most part, professional tennis is an unbelievable enterprise.
But I’ve been around the game long enough to see the inconsistencies, conflicts of interest, and lack of clarity across the board in professional tennis. If I can help my friends on tour by using my voice and platform to bring attention and push for improvements on the important topics then I’m going to do that.
It was a pleasure sitting down with the @ptpaplayers to talk about the tough topics that our sport needs help with.
Having this player association (spearheaded by @djokernole and @vasek.pospisil) is important. The mission, principles, and voices of the PTPA is entirely necessary and something the sport desperately needs in order for the important changes to be made.
I love highlighting the beauty of professional tennis, but also want to help push the game forward to a more fair and opportunistic tour for all the amazing players involved.”