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Sloane Stephens The tennis star talks about supporting South Florida’s underserved kids through her foundation, tennis, wellness and more Interview by Markin Abras Images courtesy of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Sloane Stephens is a powerhouse. The celebrated 28-year-old American professional tennis player, who turned pro in 2009, ranked No. 3 in the world after Wimbledon in 2018; was the 2017 US Open champion; and has won a total of six WTA singles titles. Impressive, right? When Sloane is not on the courts, she is pursuing her other passions. In 2013, Sloane founded the Sloane Stephens Foundation “with a primary goal of enhancing the quality of life for youth, through exposure to tennis as a basis for life-long learning, and healthy lifestyle choices.” The notable foundation supports programs in California and South Florida (Sloane was born in Plantation, Florida). Miami Living Magazine connected with the tennis star, who talked more on her foundation’s work, their partnership with SAP, tennis, and wellness.

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