The nine most followed partners to tennis players on Instagram

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Sophia Thomalla on the red carpet.

Being partner to a tennis player can draw people into the limelight who don’t really want to be there.

However, some really thrive on the attention and have made the most of their platform.

Here we take a look at the ten tennis partners with the biggest social media following according to research conducted by World of Card Games.

9 Lili Paul-Roncalli – Dominic Thiem

The couple began dating in 2021, but with Thiem on the tennis circuit and Paul-Roncalli starring in Circus Roncalli, a circus established and controlled by her father, the two have seldom been seen together in public.

Paul-Roncalli is a gifted performer who won the German version of Strictly Come Dancing, Let’s Dance, in 2020. She is a contortionist and roller-skating acrobat in the family circus.

8 Maria Braccini – Jannik Sinner

Maria Braccini’s net worth is expected to reach about $3 million by the end of 2024. She is a professional model and social media influencer with over 180k followers on her Instagram account.

Being a social media influencer is her second choice, despite having made the most money in her career as a professional model. She has worked with well-known skincare, cosmetics, and cosmetic firms as a result of her talents and excellent abilities.

7 Costeen Hatzi – Nick Kyrgios

Hatzi, who graduated from college in 2021, now works as a social media influencer and interior designer when she isn’t travelling with Kyrgios to his tournaments.

Despite Kyrgios’ image as the “bad boy” of tennis, Hatzi appears to have fallen for his gentler side.

6 Morgan Riddle – Taylor Fritz

Riddle’s fashion, beauty, and travel-related material has gained her a tonne of fans on Instagram and TikTok.

But her most well-known contribution to tennis’s attractiveness to a younger audience is her insider knowledge of the realm of competitive play and what it’s like to date a tennis star.

5 Jozy Altidore – Sloane Stephens

Former USA footballer Jozy Altidore is married to tennis star Sloane Stephens.

He obviously carries his own followers into the world of social media from his time as an athlete and a pundit.

4 David Lee – Caroline Wozniacki

The former world no 1 Wozniacki and former NBA All-Star David Lee, are married. The pair exchanged vows in a small ceremony in Italy two years after becoming engaged in November 2017.

After announcing her retirement in December 2019, Wozniacki, who just returned to professional tennis, had a number of reasons for her hiatus from the sport, including her wish to begin a family with Lee.

3 Paige Lorenze – Tommy Paul

Before relocating to New York to attend Parsons School of Design, Lorenze was raised in Vermont and Connecticut. She established a successful social media career after graduation in 2021, working as a model, influencer, and content developer.

It’s obvious from her Instagram account that Lorenze is a fashionista, so it comes as no surprise that she would leverage her passion for design to introduce her own line.

2 Jelena Djokovic – Novak Djokovic

One of the most well-known tennis players in the world, Novak Djokovic has been wed to Jelena Djokovic (formerly Ristic) for a number of years.

In addition to being a mother of two children, Jelena is a humanitarian who works to improve the lives of underprivileged children in Serbia. She still makes time, though, to support her husband at a few of his tennis tournaments.

1 Sophia Thomalla – Alexander Zverev

Thomalla has worked as a model, actor, and television presenter in the entertainment business. She became well-known in her own country and was cast in many German TV series and motion pictures.

Her numerous accomplishments include presenting a regional version of the dating game show Are You the One?, which debuted on MTV in the United States in 2014. Twenty single men and women searching for love are brought together in the series.

She has over 1.4 million followers on her Instagram page.

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