This Argentinian bombshell had lots of success in singles and even more in doubles partnering with Flavia Pennetta winning two championships. She was best known for upsetting top players during single matches. Dulko is now retired from the game but boy do we miss seeing her swing that racket on the court.
Hailing from Puerto Rico we have Monica Puig. Although winning six single titles Puig never gained the recognition of other players being ranked 41 at her peak. Though you never heard anyone complaining any time she stepped on the court.
This hottie is a former number one ranked womens tennis player. Being the only Belarus tennis player in both men and women to win a Grand Slam title. Her quirky faces on and off the court made us all love to see her play.
One of the youngest players players to win the US and Canada open juniors, Maria Kirilenko really grew into her form. Having also been a model we sure miss seeing Kirilenko on the court seeing how she has taken a lay off to raise her baby boy.
It’s no shock that Gabriela Sabatini won a silver medal in the 1988 Olympics but she has definitely won a gold medal in our hearts. This Argentinian’s success on the court and off the court with her fragrance line makes it hard to look away when shes playing the game she loves.
We all loved watching this French tennis star get on the court and show us what she was made of. Which is why it was that much more heart breaking when news broke that Tatiana Golovin was diagnosed with lower back inflammations in 2008 forcing her to retire from the game.
Although winning a handful of titles Amandine Hesse has never shown any special in her play style only reaching a world ranking of 157 at her peak. That doesn’t stop us from wanting to watch Hesse advance in tournaments as much as possible.
Russian born Anna Kournikova can literally make mouths drop when she’s on the court. Known for her foot speed and aggressive play Kournikova made it all the way to ranked 8th in the world without having to win a singe title. We can all see why Kournikova and her doubles partner Martina Hingis call themselves the spice girls of tennis.
Currently ranked as the number one ranked Bulgarian player we have Tsvetlana Pironkova. Known as tennis’s dark horse for upsetting Serena Williams 5 times, watching Pironkova celebrate never gets old.
At only 24 years of age Camila Giorgi has already taken the tennis world by storm. Having multiple titles but none bigger than her three wins against former number one ranked opponents Caroline Wozniacki, Maria Sharapova, and Victoria Azarenka.
Currently ranked as the number three player in the world Angelique Kerber has come out of Germany with a bang. Having won eleven single titles Kerber is no joke on the court and poses a threat to anyone on the opposite side.
Julia Goerges has made many eyes wander during the course of her games. Goerges is from Germany and has played tennis since the age of five. I bet we are all thinking we are glad she stuck with it long enough to allow us to watch her play.
A Romanian professional tennis player Sorana Cirstea makes long strides on the court known to cover much ground. She will amaze you with her beauty and brain being able to speak 4 different languages.
Becoming the first female tennis player from Slovakia to reach a championship round of Grand Slam Dominika Cibulkova has really made a name for herself. Its safe to say we all love it when she yells her signature expression on field, “Pome!”
Petra Kvitova from the Czech Republic has a very powerful left hand. She is currently the only male or female player to have been born in the 90’s and win a Grand Slam. It’s no wonder how Kvitova made this list.
Adding more diversity to this group we have Indian born Sania Mirza. Mirza is retired from singles but is currently ranked number 1 in doubles. She has set a number of first for her native country of India being the first to do many things coming from there. She has paved the way for other and we are glad she did.
Daniela Hantuchova had her breakthrough year in 2000 when she became the lowest ranking player to ever win a tournament. You can tell from her many photos she gets just as excited to play as we get to watch her play.
At 26 years old Caroline Wozniacki is sitting at the top of her game having held the top spot for 67 weeks. Unfortunately lots of injuries have held her back in her professional career.
Currently residing in Miami this Canadian beauty melts hearts all over the world. Eugenie Bouchard not only melts hearts but also shows a lot of heart in her games being the first Canadian tennis player to reach a Grand Slam in singles.
Winning back to back single titles would be enough to put Germany’s Annika Beck on this list. Add Beck’s stunning good looks makes this star a threat on and off the court.
What better combination can we ask for than half Slovakia half Australian. Clearly Jarmila Gajdosova has the best of what both countries have to offer. After her divorce in 2011 Jarmila retook her birth name and is now Jarmila Wolfe again.
Most of us can’t even pronounce where Mandy Minella is from, Esch-sur-Alzette. However, that doesn’t stop us from wanting to visit after seeing Minella on the court. 2016 will be her final season so we are hoping to be able to see more of her in other avenues.
When you think about Martina Hingis you think accomplishments and beauty. Having many accomplishments in her early career she set numerous records for being the youngest to do it. She was also the highest paid female athlete for five years according to Forbes and was named one of the “30 Legends of Women’s Tennis: Past, Present and Future” by Time in June 2011.
Dropping jaws from Russia to the US Maria Sharapova has earned her spot on this list. Sharapova has held the number one spot in women’s tennis and has been named 100 greatest of all time by the tennis channel. Even when Sharapova steps off the court she will be remembered by being dominate and gorgeous while doing it.
The name Ana Ivanovic just has a ring to it. As of late Ivanovic has had some struggles on the court but with looks like hers and 15 million to date of prize winning money we aren’t worried about Ivanovic at all. We are all hoping she can bounce back so we can see more of her on TV.
Training partner of Serena Williams Alize Lim has also made a name for herself as a French professional tennis player. Lim still has plenty of time left to continue to grow her name but with her youth and beauty we are confident she won’t have to much trouble doing that.
Not a name we hear a lot in the US but the second Alize in this slideshow. Alize Cornet is known for upsetting number one ranked Serena Williams in the Grand Slam singles three times.
Even though Elena Dementieva retired in 2010 she is still a face to remember. Dementieva has a gold and silver medal from the olympics to her name.
The youngest on this list Nicole Gibbs has a great future behind her. She stuns both opponents and spectators with her smile off the court and mean mug on the court. This Ohio native has plenty to look forward to and so do we.
Last but definitely not least we have none other than Serena Williams. Her cries and shout on the field are enough to leave any man wondering. There isn’t too much that needs to say about this beauty with the curves that she possesses and that is that is the reason she is topping off the list. She has even managed to win the hearts of celebrities such as Drake.