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She left her family home in Twickenham, south west London, with her rackets as she tried to put the furor behind her on the training courts.
Speaking to Mail Online, Chelsea said: 'The whole situation has been blown out of proportion.'Because of the tough training regimes [that young players go through] it's ok for young players to go out with their friends.
I would have gone for surgery even if I hadn’t been a sportswoman.' But she is not the first sportswomen to have been forced to undergo a breast reduction to improve her chances, and if the experiences of other athletes are anything to go by it may take her some time to get used to her new body.
Australian 400m hurdler Jana Pittman-Rawlinson, 27, who had breast implants after the birth of her son, had them removed earlier this year in an effort to improve her chances in the London 2012 Olympics.'Every time I raced I panicked about whether I was letting my country down, all for my own vanity,' she said.'I absolutely loved having bigger boobs, but I don’t want to short-change Australia either.'Darts player Andy Fordham experienced a similar situation after he lost lost an incredible 10st (63.5kg).
After the shocking transition, the 68-year-old retired Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete starred in her own reality show, did a interview, and wrote a book about her life.
Now, it appears that she may be ready for a new romance.
No one wants to get in the way of that.'Chelsea was among a group of eight young players – including Nick Kyrgios and Monica Belovukovic – who partied at the Cirque club in Soho on Tuesday night.
Chelsea's father Lawrence Samways, who was furious after his daughter sneaked out without his knowledge to go to a club in central London, said it was now time to focus on tennis.
The 18-year-old, who was a junior champion at the French Open in 2008, had a growing male fan base thanks to her 34DD breasts.
Their dazzlingly white clothes immediately mark them out from the masses.