World's sexiest tennis influencer Rachel Stuhlmann is single and 'melts' in front of charming Brits | The Sun
RACHEL STUHLMANN has confessed the British accent "melts" her after being charmed by Brit tennis stars on tour.
The former pro turned influencer is making waves as she aims to follow a similar footpath to that of Paige Spiranac.
And on her journey from tennis pro to self proclaimed 'No1 tennis influencer', Stulhmann has come across plenty of Brits.
The 30-year-old is currently single, but would consider dating a Brit.
She confessed to Jam Press: "I’ve met a few British guys on the tour, and they are all so nice and charming.
"I love the accent. It melts me."
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Stulhmann is reported to be a huge fan of Brit tennis icon and two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, 35.
But any future flame may have to wait for a while.
Stuhlmann is currently focused on making tennis "more mainstream and relatable" through her influencing.
And, according to the New York Post, in the next month she will be at the Rolex Paris Masters before hosting the All American Cup in Texas.
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Stuhlmann was also at the US Open last month.
For now she is fully focused on "bringing positive attention" to the game of tennis.
Stuhlmann said: "For the past few years, I’ve done everything in professional tennis from media, broadcasting, writing, marketing, sales, events, player relations and much more — all with the goal to enhance the game and bring positive attention and coverage to the sport.
"My goal is to make the sport more mainstream and relatable — cool like other sports."
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