Tennis star Sloane Stephens, formerly of Fresno, didn’t just win the 2017 U.S. Open. She’s become the media’s latest “It Girl,” appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America and landing on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Here, Stephens poses for a picture in the Central Park in New York with her Grand Slam trophy.
Tennis star Sloane Stephens, formerly of Fresno, didn’t just win the 2017 U.S. Open. She’s become the media’s latest “It Girl,” appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America and landing on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Here, Stephens poses for a picture in the Central Park in New York with her Grand Slam trophy. Seth Wenig AP
Tennis star Sloane Stephens, formerly of Fresno, didn’t just win the 2017 U.S. Open. She’s become the media’s latest “It Girl,” appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America and landing on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Here, Stephens poses for a picture in the Central Park in New York with her Grand Slam trophy. Seth Wenig AP

With a big tennis victory and bigger personality, Sloane Stephens is the latest ‘It Girl’

September 12, 2017 10:33 AM

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