Camila Giorgi has changed her look again! In the photos shared between her Instagram stories, the Italian beauty showed a new haircut, shorter, with a side parting, which vaguely recalls those that the unforgettable Princess of Galle Diana sometimes sported.But Camila hit her fans with a crazy floral outfit.
The sleeveless dress has a super sensual detail, namely the very short skirt.Here’s the picture:
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After what happened in Birmingham in the match won by Venus Williams against Camila, many former players have commented on the issue.In the first set, while serving at 4-3, 40-30, Venus, who was already playing with a tied knee, slipped and fell to the floor after hitting a forehand.Despite the fall, Giorgi continued to play, then quite visibly exulting for the successful outcome of the point.The reaction from the Italian was not appreciated by the crowd.Rennae Stubbs, former coach of Serena Williams, wrote: “Camila Giorgi just yelled YES when Venus Williams fell and screamed!
I mean wtf!!! I honestly think that might be the lowest moment of her career!!! !And you will NEVER want to see this face coming at you now! Come on Venus!”Martina Navratilova, former WTA number one and 18-time Grand Slam champion, commented on Stubbs’ post and railed against Giorgi: “She suits you well: Venus kicked her ass anyway.How disgusting!”Venus said about that match: “I felt the support from the crowd.
I think I played really well today. She expressed an incredible level, I’m surprised that she has never been number one in the world. There were many moments where I thought: The match is over. She pushed me to be better than I thought, and that’s a big thing for me.
I haven’t played many games in the last few months, so it’s great to pass a test like this.”A Camila Giorgi too foul to be true had to say goodbye prematurely to Wimbledon, the only Slam in which she reached the quarterfinals.
The initial phase of the match lost with the score of 2-6, 4-6 against Varvara Gracheva, better than any technicality describes the bad day experienced by the 31-year-old Italian.Three double faults, one on the break point, welcomed the new French onto the court.Gracheva racked up four games in a row and extinguished any hope of a comeback.
A winning counterattack allowed Gracheva to break Giorgi in the opening of the second set; break of advantage that you confirmed until the end with great stubbornness by canceling three balls of the 5-5.Previously, in the semifinal of the Eastbourne tournament, Camila was defeated by Daria Kasatkina: itt was the number eleven in the world who won with the result of 6-2, 7-5.It’s not a perfect match start from both.The two players have their serve broken immediately, with many errors and a good return from the Italian that puts the opponent in difficulty.
The Russian, however, finds more confidence in her shots and finds the square to miss less.With the help of the forehand, Kasatkina easily makes it 5-1.Giorgi manages to win a game again on serve, but the number one of Russia, although with some difficulty on her second serve, makes no mistake when she serves for the first set.The second set begins the same way the first started.In the first game, Giorgi got off to a good start, making a comeback after taking a good margin.
What follows may seem like a copy of the first half hour, but in this case Giorgi manages to recover the two breaks suffered.In the final match, however, it is still Giorgi who loses her bearings and gives Kasatkina the final.