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Aryna Sabalenka reunites with Latin music star Natti Natasha in Miami
The Dominican singer also shared a snap with world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz during her evening out at the Hard Rock Stadium.
Published Mar 27, 2023
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MIAMI, Fla.—The stars have been out in full force this week at the Miami Open, and on Sunday evening Latin music star Natti Natasha became the latest celebrity to drop by the tennis at Hard Rock Stadium and snap a few selfies with some of the game’s biggest names.
The Dominican singer shared a series of Instagram Stories around the grounds, and took in No. 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka’s match from the front row: “Go Aryna!” she wrote in a caption to her more than 36 million followers.
The No. 2 seed responded in kind, resharing the Story and adding: "Look who was there to support me! Thank you for coming," along with a series of heart emojis. Sabalenka and Natasha hammed it up for the cameras, sharing a fun over-the-shoulder snap that the Belarusian called “probably our best picture.”
The pair have struck up quite the friendship recently, with Miami resident Sabalenka joining Natasha courtside at a Heat game last October.
Natasha also grabbed a photo with world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz, who has been rubbing elbows with celebrities like Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade all week in Miami.
“I feel great to see, like, celebrities watching my matches. It's unbelievable,” Alcaraz told press after his third-round win over Dusan Lajovic.
“I felt a little bit nervous when I see a person like Jimmy [Butler], celebrities, when I was playing in the US Open. For me, it's unbelievable.”
Defending champ Alcaraz will be back in action on Tuesday against No. 16 seed Tommy Paul, while Sabalenka returns to center court on Monday evening for a rematch with No. 16 seed Barbora Krejcikova.