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Camila Giorgi is a real dream with the new Montreal outfit!

Camila Giorgi amazed the Montreal crowd as she prepared for her National Bank Open first round match against Bianca Andreescu. A match won by the beautiful and very strong Italian tennis player (already champion two years ago at the Canadian Open), against the home tennis player Bianca Andreescu, in straight sets.Camila has bewitched everyone present in the stadium with a decidedly adherent and very sensual outfit, that showed off her incredible curvesThe peculiarity of the shot sees behind the tennis player from Italy a sign depicting the young Spanish Carlos Alcarez who, from the perspective taken from the photo, seems to be admiring Camila’s outfit:

Camila praises Toronto crowd: “I feel very comfortable here”
Camila, at the National Bank Open in Montreal, had a truly remarkable match in the first round.

After the successes in the two qualifying rounds against the Americans Kalieva and Krueger, the Italian tennis player achieved a convincing victory against Bianca Andreescu with a score of 6-3 6-2.A victory that can give morale to the tennis player from Italy, against an opponent in good shape.In the press conference, Camila commented on her performance and expressed all her love for this tournament, her only Master 1000 won in her career.

Giorgi reflected on her journey in the tournament up to now, in which she has already played three games.She explained: “I played a great match. Both of my opponents from the previous rounds were playing well and the level was very high.

The first two matches were incredible and today I think I played even better, I felt better on the court and moved very well. That’s my strong point, so it’s very positive.”The former Italian number one then spoke of the emotion of returning to play in Canada: “It’s fabulous to be here.

It’s a very comfortable surface for me and for my game. I’ve managed to play three excellent matches here, so I’m happy and I hope to continue to do so.”Finally, Giorgi explained that she didn’t suffer from the cheering of the crowd, which of course was all from her opponent’s side: “No, it was the same for both players.

The crowd here is fantastic, they always behave very well, I didn’t feel so when I won the points. They also applauded me. I feel very comfortable here.”In the second round, the Italian will face the expert Czech tennis player Petra Kvitova, champion in Montreal in the 2012 edition.


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