Check Out Sloane Stephens & Her Look-Alike Mom Sybil Smith's Fit Figures in Matching Swimsuits
Professional tennis player Sloane Stephens recently took to social media with a gorgeous photo that showcased her and her mother's fit figures in matching swimwear.
Sloane Stephens and her mother Sybil Smith recently became mother-daughter relationship goals after the tennis star took to her Instagram page with photos of herself and Sybil coordinating in matching swimsuits. She captioned the post:
"When your only friend during quarantine is your mom."
Indeed, the gorgeous pair looked more like friends than family as they posed up a storm in their swimsuits, which came in the same colors but different styles.
Sloane's swimsuit was a two-piece that left little to the imagination. The athlete had her hair styled in two buns and complimented her outfit with jewelry she wore on her wrist, neck, and ankle.
Meanwhile, her mother Sybil opted for a slightly more modest look — her swimsuit was the classic one-piece with a low cut neckline. The gorgeous woman coupled the swimsuit with a white shirt.
Her hair was dyed blonde, and for accessories, she went with a simple gold chain around her neck. Both ladies looked to be having a great time outdoors and barefoot on the green grass, as evident by the broad smile they shared.
She won the biggest game of her life in 2017.
In the comment section, fans praised the mother-daughter duo. They all thought the pair was gorgeous and quickly pointed out that Sloane and Sybil share similar looks facially.
That's not where the similarities end. Like her daughter, Sybil has been involved in sports. At some point in the past, the beautiful woman was a swimmer who bagged seven school records while she schooled at Boston University.
Sybil shares Sloane with her former husband, John Stephens. The pair went their separate ways while their daughter was still an infant. He passed away from a car accident back in 2009.
Sloane has always credited the bulk of her achievements to her mother. She won the biggest game of her life in 2017 after winning against Madison Keys in the US Open Finals, and she dedicated the win to her mother.
The woman reportedly loves tennis and has remained a backbone for her daughter, especially in the foundation she launched to help Compton kids by providing educational opportunities and sensitization on the sport.