Sofya Zhuk had the tennis world at her feet when she won Wimbledon at age 15, but she was forced to retire due to injuries and instead became a bikini-clad model.

Former tennis pro Sofya Zhuk has hung up her racket in favor of a career as a stunning lingerie model

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When asked about her most memorable moment in an interview with TennisPros, she glowed about winning the title in her home country of Britain: “Wimbledon. Wimbledon juniors. That I won Wimbledon juniors in 2015.”

She confirmed months after her retirement from tennis that she had been battling to recover from a slew of injuries, including a first-round loss to Zhang Shuai at the 2016 Miami Open.

The stunning blonde is no longer seen in her more demure tennis garb, having instead made the transition to the modeling world. But her followers won’t care because she constantly posts steamy photos of herself online.

The Russian model posts several photos to her Instagram of herself in scant clothing and provocative poses. The blue-eyed beauty also has photos of herself kissing a man who appears to be her boyfriend.

Sofya, meanwhile, has 13,500 followers on TikTok and posts videos of herself stripping down to her underwear.

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The former tennis prodigy has an OnlyFans website for individuals who wish to view racier content from her.

After joining the adult community, she made the following statement: “Well the moment you guys been asking/waiting for… I’m starting an OF account.”

“There won’t be nudity so don’t get too excited, but there will be some interesting stuff. I’ll post a link when it’s ready.”

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In addition to her modeling profession, Miami-based stunner Sofya offers luxury automobile rentals in the American capital.

Sofya’s new career choice, however, hasn’t always been met with praise.

In response to the criticism she received for her 2020 swimsuit photos, she stated: “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.”