Camila Giorgi is a world-class tennis athlete. With her brown hair and good looks, she is one of the sexiest tennis players. Giorgi is also an inspirational figure and her country’s pride.
Camila Giorgi was born in 1991 in Macerata, Italy. Her father, Sergio, was a war veteran while her mother, Claudia, is a fashion designer. She came from a family with Argentinian and Italian descent.
As a young girl, Giorgi took an interest in artistic gymnastics. However, she decided to devote her time to assist her brother’s tennis training. Later on, her father helped her to practice. By five, she is already playing tennis at a local club.
Two years later, a tennis veteran saw Giorgi and compared her skills to tennis legend Andre Agassi. Soon, a tennis coach offered Giorgi seven months of training.
In 2005, Giorgi made it at the junior level. She played at the Nike Junior Tour, where she got defeated at the finals. She also made it at the Sey Development Cup and Astrid Bowl.
Giorgi began her professional tennis career in 2006. She also landed in her first senior international tournament. In the early years of her tennis career, Giorgi played at the International Tennis Federation (ITF). She also played in the Women’s Tennis Association, where she made it in the qualifying event in Rome.
In the following year, Giorgi participated in several tournaments around France. She also qualified at the tournament circuit, where she played for the first time. By the end of 2008, Giorgi is in the 480th place in the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings.
Soon, Giorgi got her first win in the ITF tournament in 2009. She also made her debut appearance at the Wimbledon Championships in 2011.
Giorgi earned her most significant breakthrough after defeating Victoria Azarenka, the world’s number one tennis player in 2014.
One of her biggest wins was at the 2013 U.S. Open Tennis. She also defeated Maria Sharapova, former world’s number one tennis player in 2014. In 2018, she made it at the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Grand Slam for the first time. She won her first title at WTA, where she reached a high ranking of No. 55 in 2019.