Let’s Watch A Completely Naked Caroline Wozniacki Get Bodypainted For The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue


Tennis is cool. There’s volleys and deuces and backhand smashes and whatnot. Caroline Wozniacki seems to be particularly proficient at those sort of things. So proficient in fact that she has made a particularly fine wage from hitting a tennis ball and is said to have a net worth of $25 million . But her success doesn’t enable her to rest on her laurels because she’s out there at 3 a.m. doing a photoshoot for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. The gorgeous tennis star traveled to the Caribbean paradise of Petit St. Vincent to model “swimsuits” for the iconic magazine. The best part, Caroline’s “swimsuit” wasn’t even a swimsuit, it was just some paint smeared all over her exquisite body. This is the second straight year that Wozniacki, who is the 19th-ranked women’s tennis player, made a memorable appearance in the magazine’s annual swimsuit issue. She said that the photoshoot took over 15 hours to complete. Based on the photos, it appears that it was time well spent. “Very few women get asked to be in the swimsuit issue, and I’m really proud to be one of so many beautiful and empowering women,” Wozniacki told The Washington Post (Because that’s my go-to media source for all news about bodypainted women) “Obviously, this year’s shoot was focusing very much on healthy bodies and different body types and I’m proud to be one of those.” This year’s edition of the magazine made history by being the first issue where a plus-sized model, Ashley Graham, landed on the cover. “I think it just shows to be proud of what you have,” Wozniacki said. “Whether you’re tall or shorter, or a little bigger, more curves, skinny – you just have to be proud of what you have, and everyone is beautiful.”