Caroline Wozniacki Graces Cover Of The ESPN Magazine Body Issue
She’s been a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, and now Caroline Wozniacki has moved over to ESPN Magazine to star on the cover of their annual “Body” issue, where they feature top athletes, um, without their uniforms. Or anything else. Needless to say, this look won’t fly at Wimbledon. (ESPN Magazine’s 2017 Body Issue is now on ESPN.com which is where these images are from, and it’s on newsstands on July 7. Other sports stars include the NFL’s Ezekiel Elliott, NBA star Isaiah Thomas and MLB player Javier Baez.)
And here is what it looked like behind the camera. The following ESPN photos are from PEOPLE Magazine:
On ESPN.com, Woz spoke about her self-image.
I’ve realized that I can’t spend time stressing about something I don’t have and just embrace what I do have. It’s so in to have curves now. It’s in to be looking healthy. If I don’t look like a supermodel on the runway, that’s OK because I look good in my own way.. -Caroline Wozniacki
I was always really skinny until I hit puberty. As a girl coming into a woman, that time is always a little bit frightening. At one point I was like, “Are they changing the clothes sizes or am I getting bigger?” I was like, “No, for sure the sizes must have been small.” I think being in the public eye and getting judged for everything you do and however you look, I think that helped me as well. Just saying, “You know what? People will have an opinion. Some people will love you; some people will not.
I rarely stand on a scale, to be honest. When I stop playing, I’m not going to obsess so much about my weight. It’s going to be more about a healthy lifestyle. It’s more about how I feel.
Caroline Wozniacki is ready for Wimbledon … and the cover of ESPN’s ninth annual Body Issue. pic.twitter.com/MjpJFCmESE
— ESPN (@espn) June 27, 2017