Abby Dixon is dating tennis star Sam Querrey, who scored a win on Monday to advance to the quarterfinals against Andy Murray on Wednesday.
Here’s what you need to know about her:
1. She’s a Fashion Model
Last year, she posed in faux fur and feathers for a Sicky Magazine editorial. Denim was also a big part of the shoot, and Dixon wore what seems to be a mess of balled-up jeans on her head in two of the looks.
According to New Version Models, her measurements are:
Waist, 24 inches
Hips, 34 inches
Bust, 31 inches
2. She’s Cheered Querrey On in London
Dixon is extremely supportive of her boyfriend, and has posted a number of photos with Querrey. On June 27, she took to Instagram to post a couples photo on their two-year anniversary.
On June 15, she posted another pic of her and Querrey, with the caption, “Begrudgingly sent @samquerrey off to London this morning.”
3. Querrey Was on The Millionaire Matchmaker Before Dixon Started Dating Him
In a video posted on Bravo, he said he hadn’t found someone he wanted to spend the rest of his life with.
“I would love to find a girl who enjoys watching me play tennis, who would love to travel around and come to the tournaments and watch me play against some of these other great players,” Querrey said in the video. And I want to find someone who’s excited to spend the rest of their life with me, and to get married, and to start a family.”
The Millionaire Matchmaker, Patti Stanger, paired Querrey with a woman named Kylie.
In an interview with ASAP Sports last year, Querrey said he never saw Kylie after the show filmed.
4. Dixon Travels the World as a Model & Posts Fun Pictures on Instagram
She also has a sense of humor. In May, she posted an Instagram photo of herself casually leaning against a light-colored wall. The caption: When you find a wall the same color as your face, you have to take a picture. #somuchpale”
She gets Querrey in on the fun, too:
5. She’s Doesn’t Like the Abuse Tennis Players Receive Online
She said she is sickened by comments people make after they bet on a player and lose.
To illustrate her frustration, she posted a photo on Twitter of comments from someone named Tennis Guy, including “you don’t deserve to live,” and “rape your girlfriend and then kill you and herf [sic].”
Her solution for Tennis Guy and anyone else who has a problem with the outcome of a game: “if you don’t want to lose money, don’t bet on tennis.”
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