Probably not. However I do see a lot of athletes with vein disease in their calf. Muscle hypertrophy may have something to do with it and not allowing veins to empty into the deep system.
Jumping rope and VV. Varicose veins are due to malfunctioning (refluxing) of the saphenous vein system. Rope jumping causes the calf muscles to contract resulting in an increase in venous return to the heart and a decrease in venous pressure . However, the jarring effect on the vein valves could potentially damage them. Better still, see a vein specialist and have the vv evaluated for possible treatment.