Sofya Zhuk leaked OF pack on twitter, Sophie Arvebrink onlyf the Russian tennis player

At just 15 years old, Sofya Zhuk rose to fame by lifting the Wimbledon junior championship. The Russian tennis player surprised her by beating all her opponents during the match without losing a set. Unfortunately, her tennis career came to an end in 2020 due to ongoing injuries.

The young woman, who has more than 127,000 ‘followers’ on Instagram, surprised her fans a few hours ago by announcing the launch of her OnlyF account. “I have opened an OnlyF account. There will be no nudity, so don’t get excited, but there will be interesting content. I’ll put a link when everything is ready,” the Russian wrote in her “Story”.

Sofya Zhuk, who won the Wimbledon Junior Championships in 2015 at the age of 15, was forced to retire in 2019 at the age of 19. The 23-year-old is now a successful model and decided to start sharing content on OnlyF . “I’m opening an account, there will be no nudity, so don’t get too excited, but there will be some interesting things…” said the former player.

The decision of the once great promise of world tennis was a whole “shock therapy” for the ordeal that she had already suffered when she decided to leave the court: the criticism on social networks. When Zhuk turned to modeling due to a serious back injury, Zhuk herself condemned hundreds of offensive comments on one of her “topless” posts.

“I don’t understand what the problem is. What if I post a photo? When I share something, I don’t want to send a message. I only post a photo that I like. But when I share that photo, “I got a flood of messages. Normally I wouldn’t worry about them but this time they were very aggressive,” the Miami-based Russian told RT at the time.

One tennis player, who has come to be known as the “new Maria Sharapova”, said: “I don’t think people can accept at all that I am outside of tennis, that I can live happily without sport and without it.” get depressed”.

Leaving her, Zucker explained that the reason for firing her was nothing more than a severe spinal injury and excruciating pain. “My body doesn’t absorb protein very well and I have discs all over my spine. I had an MRI and it showed that my spine was as stiff as a 50 or 60 year old,” she said of such damage. Advanced is treatment without medical consent.

During her elite career, the tennis player climbed to 116th in the WTA rankings, she amassed 123 wins (66 losses) and accumulated more than €400,000 in prize money. Her last match was a first-round match at Wimbledon in 2019 against Varvara Lepchenko, in which she lost in straight sets.

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