Skip to comments.Tennis Star, 17, to Have DD Breasts Reduced
Posted on 05/28/2009 11:02:46 AM PDT by Scythian
Wimbledon hopeful Simona Halep wants surgery to reduce the size of her breasts.
Halep, 17, is seen as one of the tennis stars of the future after winning a host of junior titles and a place in the final of the junior French Open last year.
But the 5-foot-5-inch Romanian tennis star said she thinks her 34DD bust is holding her back.
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Great fun bags
A while back, a player at Wimbledon had a boob pop out of her tennis top during a match, and I believe some royalty were present...
Shazaam Sgt Carter!
I only clicked on this to see how many people screamed NO!!! in the first 10 posts...
She’s right. Breasts that big are heavy and put a constant strain on the back and shoulders. Many women with really large breasts suffer from continual aching. Every woman I know who has had breast reduction surgery has been very happy about it.
Mammoth mammaries really get in the way during athletic activities of all kinds. And while you guys might like to look at them now, in a few years their weight will stretch out the ligaments that hold them up and they’ll be hanging around the poor girl’s knees. No, she’s better off having them docked. Painful but worth it, both personally and professionally.
Spread the wealth?
a thin well toned woman with large breasts is a blessing from our creator...to be cherished...nay, worshipped by infant and adult alike
Don’t do it!! We don’t watch women’s tennis for the tennis.
What’s the “environmentally approved” way to dispose of all that silicone?
I had a friend in High School who had this done for the same reason. She was a better player after the surgery.
She can give them to me...I’ll take care of them til she wants them back. I promise to feed them...and walk them.
Do you mean “english”???
For what it is worth...I think us guys are in BIGGGGGG trouble in this thread...
Not a smart thing to do, girl.
Perhaps. But I hope she delays surgery as long as possible. Besides the, uh, esthetic considerations, medical techniques improve over time.
She’s making a big mistake. She will never have to win but she’ll get tons of endorsement deals just on her bazookas alone.
And in a world where many female tennis players are fugly, she is the one that stands out as feminine.
Damn her for getting that reduction!
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