Sloane Stephens gives a sneak peek into his South African vacation with husband

Sloane Stephens is enjoying her off-season vacationing in South Africa with her husband Jozy Altidore.

The Former World No. 3 traveled to the African nation for an exhibition tour called the Africa Cares Women’s Tennis Challenge. However, since the event has been postponed, she has occupied herself with picnics, safaris, and other fun activities.

Stephens has been engaging with her fans on social media by posting plenty of pictures and videos from her holiday. The American’s latest picture shows her posing in fancy attire.

“Vacation looks good on me,” the 29-year-old captioned her post.

Sloane Stephens'  Instagram story on TuesdayStephens exhibits a wide range of delectable foods.Stephens'  dining area is surrounded by dense forest.The mansion Stephens is staying at.US Open Champion had a mixed season, with her only title coming at the Abierto Zapopan in Guadalajara. Her best result at the Majors was reaching the French Open quarterfinals before losing to Coco Gauff. Her final outing of the year also came in Guadalajara, where she made the quarterfinals of the WTA 1000 event before losing to eventual champion Jessica Pegula in straight sets.


Sloane Stephens and other elite players left stranded as uncertainty looms over Africa Cares Women’s Tennis Challenge

Sloane Stephens at the Internazionali BNL D'Italia 2019

Africa Cares Women’s Tennis Challenge sadly announces that it will postpone its eventThe event organizers have expressed their disappointment in having to postpone the event, but still strongly believe in using sports such as tennis to inspire change. refunds👉🏻@TicketProSA https://t.co/NQCCpgORZs

The organizers had announced earlier that the event would be shifted to the Arthur Ashe Tennis Facility, although that plan was later scrapped as well.

“The Africa Cares Tennis Challenge has been moved to Arthur Ashe Tennis Facility – a tennis center named after former tennis legend Arthur Ashe who won the first US Open in 1968,” a statement from the organizers read.

📣 Announcement 📣: Attention Tennis Fans 🎾The Africa Cares Tennis Challenge has been moved to Arthur Ashe Tennis Facility – a tennis center named after former tennis legend Arthur Ashe who won the first US Open in 1968 🏆Read more 👇africacarestennis.com/press-releases…

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