And since going from a 34DD to a 34C aged 17, she has soared up the rankings – and is now seeded number three for Wimbledon, ahead of former champion Maria Sharapova. See today’s front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive. The surgery proved to be a good move for the burgeoning star, who has climbed to number four in the world. But in the build-up to that tournament she was asked in a Sports Illustrated interview what was the biggest sacrifice she had made to reach the top of her sport.
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The tennis player first revealed her breast reduction at the French Open in May 2010. Halep is grateful for what she has today and also works hard every day for a better tomorrow in her tennis career. Also, the Romanian star realises the expenses involved in this big-budget sport. She sees this as an opportunity to pay back tennis and aids other talented kids to support their game. “I received a lot from tennis so it’s good to help others because it’s very difficult. Many talented kids get lost because they don’t have the money.
At 23 years old Sophie had a breast reduction and says it was the best thing she ever did. One woman is Melbourne’s Sophie Lampel who suffered through years of back pain, shirts not buttoning up and wearing two bras at a time. Beside issues with physical activity, many women hope to alleviate irritation around their bra strap and underneath the breast, pain in the back and neck, and discomfort during sleeping. His words of compassion on the live ITV broadcast came amid social media user being treated to the return of a forgotten classic.
Simona Halep, a respected tennis player and a role model to many, made the brave decision to talk publicly about having breast reduction surgery during this years Wimbledon Championships. Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki are going head to head at the Australian Open women’s final today. Simona Halep, a tennis star, has revealed how her breast reduction helped her to become a pro. It speaks to a wider issue in women’s health issues not being taken seriously that every year, thousands of women are paying for a procedure that undoubtedly improves their health and quality of life. I had struggled with the decision to seek surgery, wondering if it was anti-feminist to want to change my body – but my reduction turned out to be the most empowering decision I had ever made. It was not just about making my breasts smaller – it was a path to a life of confidence, free from pain.
The procedure can be described as a ‘normalizing’ experience for women. Once the surgery is complete, patients often say they are less self-conscious, they fit into more ‘regular’ sized clothes, and that their bodies are more characteristic of a ‘normal’ female body. Halep was named the WTA’s Most Improved Player for 2013 when she won the first six singles titles of her career. The 5-foot-6 Halep’s calling card is her athleticism and scrappiness, two traits that she has been able to exploit thanks in part to surgery she had five years ago to reduce the size of her breasts. Simona claims “I didn’t like them in my everyday life, either. I would have gone for surgery even if I hadn’t been a sportswoman.” “It was the weight that troubled me. My ability to react quickly, my breasts made me uncomfortable when I played” Said Simona.