MELBOURNE, Australia - Ajla Tomljanovic, one of the most promising WTA Rising Stars on the tour, has graced the cover of the latest edition of Sunday Style, Australia's premier glossy insert and a trusted source of inspiration and exclusive style for a modern and digital savvy audience.
From fashion to cars, food, exercise, travel and entertainment, Sunday Style covers it all, and in this latest cover story the publication discusses the recent cultural shift in female body image.
"We're all here to celebrate a cultural shift," the magazine writes.
"As we move further into 2015, allies are flocking away from camp size-zero and are looking for new body heroes who are fitter, stronger and actually have the energy to achieve great things."
Tomljanovic talks about how she went from a skinny child to taller and muscular as she got older. A bout with mononucleosis a few years ago caused her to lose a lot of her muscle and she talks about not liking what she saw after she got better, and how women should be proud of their lean muscles.
Take a look at some of the imagery from the spread below and click here for more on Sunday Style.