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Karolina Pliskova’s Tattoos Are All In The Family.

Outside the Ball’ s host Mayleen Ramey recently chatted with Karolina Pliskova regarding the tennis player’s unique tattoos. The Czech  has had a lifelong admiration for ink and experienced her first taste of body art at just fifteen years old.

Although Pliskova’s mom wasn’t on board at first, the player revealed that she and her family share similar tattoos. Her mother, father and tennis playing twin, Kristyna, are all marked with Maori-style tribal tattoos.

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Many female tennis players keep their tattoos under their apparel, maintaining an untouched-by-ink look on court.

What do you think? Are tattoos so common now it shouldn’t be an issue? At the moment we’re letting Pliskova’s game do the talking.

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One thought on “Karolina Pliskova’s Tattoos Are All In The Family.”

  1. I think it’s a cool one. Some players like Svetlana Kuznetsova also has ink on their body. I think it’s more like a choice rather than a fashion statement.

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