"Sexiest Tennis Influencer" Is "Embracing" Herself In "Buttoned-up" Industry

Rachel Stuhlmann is a tennis influencer who has not yet made a name for herself on the tennis court. However, she is turning heads as she brings something new to the tennis world.

Although she has not competed in the biggest tournaments yet, the American talent is getting more and more recognition.

She is inspired by the golfing beauty Paige Spirinac and wishes to bring something similar to the tennis world that she described as "buttoned-up".

She has embraced being herself and standing out by letting fans get to know her through talk shows and podcasts as well as on the court.

Her stunning photo shoots and attractive style have made many people interested in getting to know her better.

"So I feel like in this past year I have really embraced who I am as a person in this industry," Stuhlmann told The Up & In Show podcast.

"I feel like years ago I was a little more afraid to be myself in an industry that has been super traditional and buttoned-up."

"I am myself. I have done so much in this industry and I am going to be who I am and I want to keep bringing people to this sport in a positive way. Earlier this year I had a social media manager that helped me build my brand, so I really focused on creating content."

"I loved traveling to tennis tournaments whether it be for work or on my own. I was like these tournaments are so special and they all have their own personalities and I am going to start highlighting them," she concluded.

On Instagram, Stuhlmann has over 200k followers and the number is quickly growing. She is referred to as the "No.1 tennis influencer" and also as the "world's sexiest tennis influencer".

She is planning to continue sharing dazzling modeling photos from the tennis court as she travels to tournaments across the world.

She follows her intuition and stays true to herself.

"For what I am doing here has never been a playbook," the influencer explained. "So that is something I have had to discover on my own kind of path here, there have been a lot of challenges."

"But in the end, it has definitely been worth it and it has been really fun," she added.