RACHEL STUHLMANN has taken a trip to the California desert to attend the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells.
Dubbed the “world’s sexiest tennis influencer“, Rachel has gathered a legion of fans on social media.
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The 32-year-old has 279,000 Instagram followers, and they have been treated to a behind the scenes glimpse at her visit to “Tennis Paradise”.
Rachel of course took to a practice court to keep her skills sharp.
While she also caught some of the action from a suite at Indian Wells.
Tennis is her main passion, but Rachel has also tried her hand at other sports.
She has previously asked her fans for their NFL takes.
And this time she took to a basketball court.
Wearing a blue jacket, jeans and heels – Rachel clutched a ball as she walked under the basket.
Rather than get a shot up, however, she couldn’t stop laughing.
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Following her trip to Indian Wells, Rachel headed east to Phoenix, Arizona to attend the stacked ATP Challenger tournament.
Due to being wedged between the Masters events at Indian Wells and Miami, Phoenix always attracts an incredible field.
This year has been especially stacked, with the likes of Matteo Berrettini and Gael Monfils playing at the Arizona Country Club.
Rachel bullishly told SunSport in December that she reckons she could have been a tennis pro.
She said: “I knew I was good enough and could eventually get there.
“But I thought the reality was that it would take me five to seven years to get to the top and I didn’t want to live the lifestyle that came along with playing in small cities and essentially living out of a car.”
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