Makenzie Raine is one of the famous American female tennis players.
Makenzie Raine (17 years old, from Minnesota) is an American amateur tennis player. She was dubbed the “new generation tennis goddess” thanks to her good-looking face and body. In addition, Raine is also a model, actress and dancer with 730,000 followers on her personal page.
According to Behind The Racquet, Raine learned to play tennis at an early age thanks to inspiration from her father. At the age of 15, she discovered that she had asthma, leading to exhaustion and shortness of breath when exercising. However, Raine persisted in pursuing because the sport of felt-ball is her biggest passion. “I can’t imagine life without tennis. With regular practice every day, I’m sure everything would be boring without it,” she said.
Raine currently trains on the University of Minnesota tennis team. She still dreams of becoming a professional athlete. Not only making money thanks to her image, Raine also pursues a business path. She tries to combine all other passions with tennis.
“Through my reach on social media, I try to inspire young people to join tennis. It’s amazing how many young people write to me saying that they want to pursue this sport. My idols are Serena Williams and Bethanie Mattek Sands. They are the role model I always follow in my career and life,” Raine shared.
Currently, she owns an Instagram page with more than 700,000 followers and a Facebook page with more than 11,000 likes.
Not only shining on the tennis court, Makenzie also “fascinated” fans on social networks with her beautiful and seductive appearance.
In particular, in addition to the time for the felt ball, Makenzie is also a real streamer. She regularly broadcasts livestream on Twitch and attracts a large number of fans to watch and support.
She even has a YouTube channel to post gaming videos, vlogs… The games she often plays can be mentioned as Resident Evil, Cyberpunk 2077, Minecraft…
Both talented and beautiful, it’s no wonder Makenzie Raine is the new generation hot girl of the tennis village.