1. Gisela Dulko
Gisela won two championships in doubles with Flavia Pennetta.
This Argentinian beauty also dominated in singles and was known for upsetting top players during single matches. Gisela is now retired. Too bad.
2. Monica Puig
Monica was ranked 41 at her peak.
She originated from Puerto Rico wand won six single titles.
3. Sorana Cirstea
Sorana Cirstea is a Romanian born professional tennis player with both beauty and brains.
Did you know she can speak 4 different languages?
4. Maria Kirilenko
Maria Kirilenko was the youngest player to win the US and Canada open juniors.
To no surprise she was a former model. She is now a happy mother to a baby boy.
5. Gabriela Sabatini
Sabatini is a silver medal winner in the 1988 Olympics.
This Argentinian bombshell also runs a successful fragrance line.
6. Serena Williams
Tennis icon Serena Williams is a stunning beauty with more winning titles than most women on this list.
Her beauty and her talent are commonly spoken of together. She was even the object of rapper Drake’s eye.
7. Simona Halep
Simona Halep ranked top 10 in 2014. She is currently ranked 3rd in WTA.
This gorgeous Romanian tennis player also had surgery to make her chest smaller so that it will improve her game.
8. Amandine Hesse
Amandine Hesse was only ranked 157 at her peak despite having won several titles.
Tennis is a brutal sport when it comes to the detail of its rankings.
9. Anna Kournikova
Russian celebrity Anna Kournikova is highly aggressive in her playing technique also known for her foot speed. She ranked 8th without having to win a singe title.
And add to the mix her doubles partner Martina Hingis and you are left with two of the biggest beauties in tennis.
10. Tsvetlana Pironkova
Bulgarian player we have Tsvetlana Pironkova is now ranked as the number one player.
She defeated Serena Williams 5 times!
11. Camila Giorgi
Camila Giorgi, Age 24, has already has multiple titles.
However, had only three wins against former number one ranked opponents such as Caroline Wozniacki, Maria Sharapova, and Victoria Azarenka.
12. Angelique Kerber
Angelique Kerber currently ranked as the number 3 player in the World.
She is a German native and won eleven singles titles.
13. Julia Goerges
Julia has been playing since the age of five.
She is another powerful force for the Germans.
14. Victoria Azarenka
Victoria was at one point ranked number one.
She was the only Belarus tennis player in both genders to win a Grand Slam title.
15. Dominika Cibulkova
Dominika Cibulkova was the first female tennis player from Slovakia to make it to the championship round of the Grand Slam.
It’s great to hear her yell her signature expression, “Pome!”
16. Petra Kvitova
This Czech beauty is the only 90’s born player to win a Grand Slam.
That is quite the prestigious title to win!
17. Sania Mirza
Sania Mirza is currently ranked number 1 in doubles.
She has paved the way for other Indian players having broken many barriers to success.
18. Daniela Hantuchova
Daniela Hantuchova was the lowest ranking player to win a tournament.
She is a ball of energy.
19. Caroline Wozniacki
Caroline Wozniacki, at 26 years of age has held the top spot for 67 weeks.
She has seen many hurdles having suffered many injuries throughout her career.
20. Eugenie Bouchard
Eugenie Bouchard is a Canadian born beauty, holding the title of the first Canadian tennis player to reach a Grand Slam in singles.
She is in for a very bright career and is beloved by her country for her success.
21. Annika Beck
Annika Beck has won back to back singles titles.
Another threat from the German team.
22. Jarmila Gajdosova
Sometimes you just gotta mix it up. Jarmila Gajdosova represents her half Slovakian and half Australian roots more than well.
She actually divorced in 2011 and brought back her birth name Jarmila Wolfe.
23. Mandy Minella
Mandy Minella originates from EschsurAlzette.
2016 was her final season of playing tennis as she changes paths to new horizons.
24. Martina Hingis
According to Forbes, Martina Hingis was the highest paid female athlete for five years.
In 2011 Time named her amongst the “30 Legends of Women’s Tennis: Past, Present and Future”.
25. Maria Sharapova
Maria Sharapova has been turning heads all the way from Russia. She is a well-known public figure having held the number one spot in women’s tennis.
The tennis channel has named her as one of the greatest.
26. Ana Ivanovic
Ana Ivanovic has earned 15 million in prize winning money so far, but has struggled on the court.
Let’s hope she makes a come back soon.
27. Alizé Lim
Alizé is the training partner of Serena Williams.
She is a well known French professional tennis player.
28. Alizé Cornet
The second Alize has defeated number one ranked Serena Williams in the Grand Slam singles three times.
Must be a common name with the amount of times it has shown itself on this list.
29. Elena Dementieva
Elena Dementieva has won a gold and silver medal from the olympics.
She retired in 2010 and boy do we miss seeing her play.
30. Nicole Gibbs
Nicole Gibbs is the youngest tennis star on the list.
She hails from Ohio and we will be seeing lots of her.
31. Tatiana Golovin
Tatiana Golovin was one of the top French tennis stars.
Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with lower back inflammations in 2008 and retired as a result of it.