Usain Bolt surrounded by braless supermodels Izabel Goulart and Cindy Bruna at Monte-Carlo Masters | The Sun

USAIN BOLT was surrounded by supermodel royalty as he watched the Monte-Carlo Masters.

The Jamaican sprint legend was in the stands for Jan-Lennard Struff's win over Casper Ruud.

He could have been forgiven for taking his eye off the court as stunning Izabel Goulart and Cindy Bruna sat behind him.

The models went braless with Izabel in a revealing leather top while Cindy wore a blue cut-out number.

Izabel, 38, is engaged to Germany keeper Kevin Trapp – and revealed they have sex five times a week.

But Trapp bans bonking if he doesn't win on the pitch.


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Rachel Stuhlmann rivals Paige Spiranac in very busty green outfit for Masters

Cindy, 28, went official with NBA star Serge Ibaka last year and is also pals with the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.

Bolt, who islooked relaxed in a T-shirt, cap and sunglasses, and showed off an incredible gold watch.

The eight-time Olympic champion, 36, retired from sprinting in 2019 to focus on "business".

But he still makes time for sport, regularly competing in Soccer Aid after trying his hand at football with Borussia Dortmund and in Australia.

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And he is a regular at Old Trafford.

In March, Bolt was pictured with United boss Erik ten Hag.

He said: "The first thing I said to him was thank you".

"And he was like, 'Thank you for what?'

"I was like, 'Bringing the glory days back''.

"For the past couple of years it's been a tough ask for the players and a tough ask for the team and there's been ups and downs, you know.

"So the fact that now we can see us stabling out and going forward and going up, it's brilliant."

"All I was trying to say was just thank you, I appreciate [it] and just to continue what [you're] doing."

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Struff will play the winner of Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov.

Big hitters Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas are all still in the tournament.

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