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Daniela Hantuchova reveals the cover of her 2012 charity calendar

Daniela Hantuchova revealed the cover of her calendar for 2012, which will be available at Tennis Warehouse from November 18.

The photo shoot for the calendar took place in Monte Carlo, Hantuchova's place of residence. The calendar proceeds will go to Cambodian orphans infected with HIV.

It's not the first time Hantuchova is helping the children's hospital. Check out her last year's photo shoot in Hungary.

The improvement we have seen in their health the last few years has been incredible and it keeps us motivated to work even harder and help as much as we can.

Additional info: The above photo was also used for the October issue of the Czech-Slovak magazine One.

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4 thoughts on “Daniela Hantuchova reveals the cover of her 2012 charity calendar

  1. Gregoire Gentil

    Seriously, who manages to recognize her on the cover??? Too much make-up and photoshop.

    There are some people who are lucky not to need Photoshop and I thought that Daniela belongs to this category. I start to prefer the "not outstanding but real" photos of Wozzilroy.

  2. Van

    I have to say that I don't recognize her at all! Her face seems too chiseled, makeup aside. Anyway, I hope the calendar does sell well to help such a worthy cause.

  3. Marija Post author

    She looks sexy, but her face could be more smiling, more inviting. The blush on her cheeks is too dark and makes her face sharp. Anyways, it's nice of her to work for the kids.

  4. Cheri

    I'm so used to seeing Daniela on a tennis court, with little or no makeup and wiping sweat from her brow, that it's a bit strange seeing her dressed to impress. I think she looks better with less makeup, but I'll try not to be too shallow as she's doing more than most to help humanity.

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