TAYLOR FRITZ is one of tennis’ fastest rising stars – and the American’s stunning high-profile girlfriend Morgan Riddle has been cheering from the stands for the past two years.
The American tennis ace made his mark on the world stage this year by reaching the Wimbledon quarterfinals against Rafa Nadal.
Morgan Riddle, 24, was in the stands cheering on her man as he beat Jason Kubler in the last 16 to set up a clash with Nadal.
She was no shrinking violet during the clash, cheering, clapping and punching the air as her other half secured an impressive 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 triumph.
And she almost stole the show again when Fritz bravely bowed out against the all-time great Rafael Nadal in the quarters.
But she failed to cheer him on to US Open glory as he was knocked out in the first round by Brandon Holtz.
Minnesota model Riddle boasts over 50,000 followers on Instagram, where she shares adorable photos from her travels around the world.
There’s also plenty of her at tennis tournaments as she supports world number 14 Fritz in his chosen sport.
After defeating Kubler, Riddle posted an Instagram story, writing, “LFG QUARTERFINALS!!!!”.
She wore a beautiful white floral dress for the match, keeping her phone close to document the experience as well as a bottle of water.
The stunning look was completed with sunglasses and earrings.
Morgan also shared a clip of her man, who will be interviewed in court following his victory.
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Morgan lives in Los Angeles, but spends much of his time on the road — or on private jets — supporting the 24-year-old Fritz on tour.
The couple have been dating for two years, with Fritz having a son with ex-wife Raquel Pedraza.
Riddle has also chronicled her life on TikTok, and in February revealed what it’s like to be with a top tennis player.
She said: “I’m Morgan, I’ve been around the world on the ATP tour with my friend who is the number 1 in US tennis.
“I know tennis is relatively uncool and unknown in America, so here’s what you need to know.
“Unlike most sports, tennis is a year-round sport, except for the four weeks off in December.
“Players compete in tournaments in 31 countries in cities such as Dubai, Paris, Shanghai, London, Rome, Cabo and many more.
“What are they playing for? In addition to fame and hundreds of millions of dollars in prize money, players compete for points.
“Each tournament gives a certain number of points and the better you do, the more points you get.
“The more points you have, the higher your ranking. And your ranking is basically refreshed every year. No pressure.
“Tennis tournaments aren’t your casual hot dog and beer sporting event, you can expect champagne, strawberries and cream, Nobu and really cute outfits.”
While many eyes will surely be on Fritz as he looks to cause a huge shock at Wimbledon, there are certainly also his glamorous partner in the stands.