Former Wimbledon Juniors' Champion Announces Interesting OnlyFans Move

Former Wimbledon Juniors' Champion Announces Interesting OnlyFans Move

by Sebastian Dahlman

Former Wimbledon juniors champion Sofya Zhuk has announced an unexpected career shift by launching an account on the popular platform OnlyFans.

This move comes three years after her retirement from professional tennis due to persistent back issues. The 23-year-old Russian, who currently resides in Miami, Florida in the United States is set to share content similar to that on her Instagram page, where she currently has 175,000 followers.

Zhuk's promising tennis career began in Belgium, at Justine Henin's tennis academy. She rose to international fame in 2015 when, as an unseeded 15-year-old, she won the junior girls' title at Wimbledon.

She triumphed over her fellow Russian and No. 12-ranked junior Anna Blinkova in straight sets. However, despite her early success, Zhuk's professional tennis career was short-lived due to persistent health issues.

Her final professional match was a first-round qualifying defeat at Wimbledon in 2019. Throughout her career, she played through severe pain, and her highest WTA singles ranking was No. 116, which she achieved in December 2018.

Post-retirement, Zhuk turned to business and modeling. She owns a number of businesses in Miami and now she will add yet another as the OnlyFans account is expected to generate her some revenue.

As of now, it remains unclear how much Zhuk will charge for access to her OnlyFans content or when it will be available, but according to The Sun, Zhuk promised a lot of interesting material to come.

"Guys, the moment you've all been waiting for is finally here! There will be a lot of interesting material."


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