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Sofya Zhuk won the women’s singles title at Wimbledon in 2015, but has since left professional tennis to find another source of income – as the creator of OnlyF. Zucker, 23, announced that she will start a channel on the adult platform where people can contribute photos and videos of themselves for a monthly fee. It was a far cry from her teenage success, when she beat fellow Russian Anna Brinkova in straight sets on Wimbledon’s famous First Court and won the women’s tournament without dropping a set. Singles champion.

But despite a solid start to her junior year as a junior at Justin Henin’s tennis academy in Belgium, Zucker found her career marred by injuries. Her last professional match was at Wimbledon in 2019, when she lost in the first qualifying round. The following year, a 20-year-old Zucker suffered a back injury that ended his tennis career. “My body needs to rest,” she told German website Bild. “I was in so much trouble that even the doctors didn’t want to treat me.

“I don’t normally digest protein, so the discs in my vertebrae are like 60 years old.” “I’ve been playing in excruciating pain, I love tennis, but I have to think about my health.” Zhuk now lives in Miami, Florida, and rent expensive cars and yachts in the area.

The Russian also works as a model – and now she’s announcing she’s taking her career into her own hands by launching an OnlyF page. “Guys, the moment you’ve all been waiting for is finally here,” Zucker said. “There’s going to be a lot of fun footage.”

However, the former tennis protégé explained that she would never go completely naked on the platform, opting instead for bikinis or cocktail dresses, as seen on her Instagram page, which has more than 169,000 followers.

The price of a monthly visit to Zhuk’s OnlyF page remains unknown, as is when the content will actually be available to fans. Her opponent in the 2015 Wimbledon final, Anna Blinkova, remains a top professional and will face Belgium’s Ysaline Wende in the first round of the French Open in Paris. Bonaventure).

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