To the tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, her Sports Illustrated bathing suit issue is a solid approach to depict ladies and female competitors. It was simply a year ago that Wozniacki made her presentation in the magazine’s yearly bathing suit issue and communicated her adoration for the experience.
Wozniacki, 25, is back again for the second straight year. Posturing in only a few layers of body paint, Wozniacki, the nineteenth positioned ladies’ tennis player, is one of a few female competitors in the issue that was discharged Monday. Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn shows up and previous UFC bantamweight champion/on-screen character Ronda Rousey is on one of the issue’s three covers.
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“I love the Sports Illustrated bathing suit issue, particularly in light of the self-perception that it depicts,” Wozniacki told Today’s Show Matt Lauer a year ago. “As a competitor, I’m never going to look like runway models and be truly thin. I’m going to dependably have a few muscles and some definition. What’s more, to me, I find that extremely appealing and I believe that is a healthy way to portray women.”
Heading into the photograph shoot this year at Petit St. Vincent, an island at Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Wozniacki thought she would be capable set down and rest through the body paint process. Rather, she wound up remaining for no less than five or six hours before she was permitted to lay on a table.
In a marginal NSFW off camera video with Sports Illustrated, Wozniacki begins the body paint process around 11 p.m. neighborhood time and completes the following day at 2:30 p.m.
“It was all justified, despite all the trouble and I’m truly upbeat I did it,” she said of the 15-hour photograph shoot.
The vicinity of just body paint and no real bathing suit is certain to draw features as the bathing suit issue edges closer and closer to genuine nakedness, as my associate Cindy Boren has brought up.
“I feel absolutely exposed,” Wozniacki says in the video. “In any case, when I took in the mirror, it’s the oddest thing; I sense that I have a lot of garments on. It’s sort of a strange affair. I’ve never done anything like this, so it makes it exceptionally unique.
“I love my body paint. It’s been such an incredible ordeal truly.”