TENNIS influencer Rachel Stuhlmann has thrilled her fans with a 2023 calendar filled with her best and bustiest snaps of the past year.
The sexy 31-year-old has become the No1 influencer in the sport – amassing a staggering 263,000 followers on Instagram.
Fans are drawn to her glam photos, fashionable outfits and her love of the tennis court.
And to keep her followers purring, Stuhlmann has released a sexy calendar for 2023.
To promote the sexy£24 stationery, Stuhlmann dressed in black leggings and a booby top with a red jacket.
The cover for the calendar is of her on the tennis court in a cute red top, holding a racket and balls.
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Inside is a collection of her best and bustiest snaps from 2022.
She said on Instagram: "WOWWW. I can’t believe how many orders have already rolled in for my 2023 calendar!!
"THANK YOU to all who ordered one!!! I am blown away by all of the support.
"As a thank you I’m going to be signing a few of the calendars that are ordered today on my website.
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"And since I’m feeling extra generous this Holiday season, I’m going to throw a free racket in a few randomly selected orders.
"I love you guys. Thank you for the support!!"
A fan responded: "Amazing just isn’t enough to describe her!"
Another said: "Can i still order one?"
Stuhlmann could have had a professional career in tennis.
She was nationally ranked on the USTA’s Junior Circuit and went on to play NCAA Division I collegiate tennis.
But she didn't like the idea of "living out of a car" to make it as a pro.
Stuhlmann said: "I knew I was good enough and could eventually get there.
"But I thought the reality was that it would take me five to seven years to get to the top and I didn’t want to live the lifestyle that came along with playing in small cities and essentially living out of a car."
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