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Sad Story: Tennis Prodigy Who Won The Wimbledon Girls Title At 15 Then Retired At 20 To Sign With Elite Models Reveals She Has Been Battling Mean Comments on Her Topless Instagrams


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Zhuk, who is currently signed with Elite Model Management Miami, believes some fans have struggled to see her having a life beyond athletics. 

"…when I shared that topless photo, I received an avalanche of messages.

"Normally I wouldn't bother about them, but this [time] around they were so aggressive.

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Hello friends, welcome back for another up-close and personal look at the real people fighting to survive day after day in this virus infected world.   We've covered the heart-shattering deaths of family members, wives and husbands, sweet little old grandmothers.  It's really helped to keep everything in perspective, make you give your loved ones a little extra oomph in their daily hugs and never taking life for granted. 

Because you never know when it could all be taken away, and you're left with a life like Sofya Zhuk. 

No, this one is not Covid related. At least not directly. But it's just so over-the-top soul crushing. To hear this young woman recount the struggle of her last topless boob shot.

"I posted a photo, so what? When I share something, I'm not trying to send any message.

I'm just posting a picture that I like."

She survived the life of a tennis prodigy,  grinding at the country club courts every summer on her way to winning the Wimbledon girls title at 15. Then her back hurt so she retired at age 20.  So young. So much left. And now her only option was to sign with a top modeling agency to get paid to travel around the world taking pictures on the beach. 

You think that's easy? People forget about a little thing called comments. It's where grumpy people get their anger out by calling you names like assface and saying your boobs suck. 

"I posted a photo, so what? When I share something, I'm not trying to send any message.

"I'm just posting a picture that I like.

"But when I shared that [topless] photo, I received an avalanche of messages.

"Normally I wouldn't bother about them, but this [time] around they were so aggressive.

"I just think people simply can't accept that I've found myself outside tennis, that I can live happily without sport and not sinking into depression." 

Just remember there's always someone who has it worse. Thank you The Sun for bringing this important story to our attention.