Camila Giorgi played her first round match at Indian Wells. But the beautiful Italian tennis player showed another exciting new outfit, on Instagram. In the photo that she shared with her followers, Camila is wearing a very tight and short python top, which leaves her belly uncovered and a pair of jeans, with a casual look perfect for her.
Here is the photo:
Camila at Indian Wells 2023
Camila Giorgi made it through the first round at Indian Wells. The challenge against Arantxa Rus turns out to be more thorny than expected. The Italian does not immediately take advantage of a 3-1 advantage during the first set, but she still closes on 6-3 with some difficulty.
Same situation in the heart of the match, with the Dutch tennis player who at the same time lacks the connection with the 4-1 and who is no longer able to move the score. For Camila, in the second round the challenge against Jessica Pegula, number three in seeding, and who reaches the quarterfinals in the last four tournaments played on the WTA Tour.
Also to be recorded during day-1 was the return of Gael Monfils, who against Jordan Thompson collects only four games and that as in the logic of things plays a match quite poor in positive notes. Brandon Nakashima the derby with John Isner.
In the first rounds of the day, Andy Murray is still surprising.
The man who transformed tennis into a marathon gave another test of strength and endurance: three hours and a little more to recover from a set disadvantage and conquer the second round with a 6-7, 6-1, 6- 4 against Etcheverry.
Similar speech also Stan Wawrinka: he too down by a set against Vukic, comeback and flies to the second round of the Californian Masters 1000. He closes the circle of the ‘old lions’ Richard Gasquet, beating Gojo in three sets: the Frenchman will face Jannik Sinner in the second round.
Instead, he struggles to find Dominic Thiem. The winner of the 2019 edition collects the fourth defeat in a row: Adrian Mannarino wins his debut 4-6, 6-4, 7-6. The Austrian lacks confidence, especially in the important stages of the game: a lack that is especially noticeable in a forehand that never really turns in a match.