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Shahar Peer Crotch Shot

This is Israeli tennis babe Shahar Peer. Too bad she was wearing all black or we could've seen more of her crotch.

Shahar does the splits,

Excerpts from her bio on Wikipedia,
Shahar Pe'er (Hebrew: שחר פאר; pronounced /ˈʃɑhɑr ˈpeɪər/ in English[1]; born May 1, 1987, Jerusalem, Israel) is a 1.71 m (5' 7") right-handed professional female tennis player. On January 29, 2007, she achieved her highest WTA ranking of # 15, and (together with Anna Smashnova) became the highest ranked Israeli tennis singles player ever.

Pe'er started her competitive tennis career at the age of six, and won her first title at the age of 12 when she captured the Eddie Herr International Doubles title with Nicole Vaidišová (later her vanquished foe in the 2004 Australian Open junior's final). She reached the Eddie Herr singles final as well.

In the Fall of 2001, Pe'er took first place in the Nike Junior Tour International Masters tennis tournament in the Bahamas, and soon became the youngest Israeli tennis player ever to win the Israeli women's tennis championship. It was also in late 2001, that Pe'er won the 55th annual Ericsson Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships under-14 girls' title without dropping a single set, competing with 127 girls in what is considered the unofficial world championships for youth.

In March 2002 Pe'er won the Bat Yam International singles title, and was a doubles finalist. In April, she was victorious at the Haifa International doubles event and in March of the following year, won the Aamata Cup in Thailand.

Pe'er's first major accomplishment came in the 2004 Australian Open, where she won the juniors' championship, beating her partner turned nemesis, Nicole Vaidišová 6–1, 6–4, in the final.

As a 19-year-old, Pe'er joined the Israeli military, as military service is mandatory in Israel. She especially enjoyed her elementary combat training, where she excelled in rifle marksmanship. When not abroad participating in tennis tournaments, she spends her mornings working as an administrative secretary for the Israeli military, and her afternoons practicing tennis.

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