December 9, 2022
Hottest Female Tennis players 2023

The game of Tennis may look easy but it is actually very difficult. But the hottest female tennis players make this game more joyful for the audience. To start with, for an average player it may seem like a walk in the park but if you have ever tried badminton or shuttlecock before, it is actually much harder than that.

The standard rules involve two players hitting a ball over a net and then trying to hit the opponent’s court without missing on their own court. In order to do this, you must employ some really complicated wrist exercises and be able to focus really well on your target. In this topic, we discuss the top 10 Hottest Female Tennis players in the World in 2023.

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List Of 10 Hottest Female Tennis Players in the World 2023

  • Eugenie Bouchard
  • Camila Giorgi
  • Fanny Stollar
  • Paula Badosa
  • Katie Boulter
  • Bethanie Mattek
  • Donna Vekic
  • Tamira Paszek
  • Sania Mirza
  • Nicole Gibbs

Eugenie Bouchard:

Eugenie Bouchard was born in Montreal, Canada to a pair of golfers who named her after Eugenie “Genie” Thompson. She is well known for being the first Canadian player of any gender representing Canada to play in a Grand Slam final. This talented young lady also achieved her career-high ranking as #5 and performed exceptionally well at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships where she became Canada’s (and indeed all of North America’s) first female Grand Slam singles champion by virtue of reaching the prestigious singles final there against Petra Kvitová.

Camila Giorgi:

From the list of hottest female tennis players Camila Giorgi is a young, talented, and successful Italian professional tennis player. When she was seven years old, her father introduced her to the sport. At 15 she joined a junior cycling team and tried other sports like basketball as well. However, she always loved tennis more and believed that she had what it took to become a professional player. Now in her mid 20’s Giorgi has already been ranked as high as #8 on the WTA Tour and won many titles including Wimbledon in 2021.

Fanny Stollar:

The young tennis player Fanny Stollár is from Hungary. In addition to her amateur accomplishments, she has won several local tournaments and speaks English, Hungarian, and German fluently. She continues to make further progress as a tennis player while pursuing a sports management degree in college. On April 28th, 2018, Fanny Stollár had an impressive outing at the Charleston Open where she shocked 6th seed Johanna Konta in straight sets after fighting through two rounds of qualifying matches.

Paula Badosa:

Paula Badosa (born November 15, 1997) is a professional tennis player from Barcelona. The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has awarded her three career singles titles (all in doubles). The world rankings for April 25, 2022, put her at No. 2 in singles and No. 124 in doubles. Her performance at this event earned her a spot in the WTA Finals round of 16 for the first time in her career. As a baseliner, she is aggressive and specializes in big serves and groundstrokes.

Katie Boulter:

Tennis player Katie Boulter was born in 1996. She is currently ranked the 82nd highest ranked female singles player in the world and number 431 in doubles. In 2014, she was rated by the ITF as being the 10th leading junior tennis player in the world. However, she has lost some of that rank due to her inability to continue performing at such a level. At the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, where Lauren trains, Nigel Sears, Mark Taylor, and Jeremy Bates are some of Lauren’s coaches.

Bethanie Mattek:

Bethanie Lynn Mattek-Sands was born on March 23, 1985, and entered the top 10 of the world rankings for women’s tennis in 2017. She has won five doubles and four mixed doubles Grand Slam titles. She competed for the US in the 2012 Summer Olympics where she won gold in Mixed Doubles along with a silver medal in women’s doubles with. Bethanie then suffered from a knee injury in 2017 that required surgery, but she was able to come back stronger than ever a year later.

Donna Vekic:

Donna Vekić was born on June 28th, 1996 in Zagreb. She began playing tennis at an early age and her talent shone through which prompted her parents to encourage her to pursue a professional career. Although she constantly experienced some setbacks due to having a debilitating wrist injury she never lost sight of her goal; she continued fighting! Now at the tender age of 21, Donna is competing at Wimbledon as the No.2 seed! We can all rest assured that with competitors like this we are in for one heckuva good tournament.

Tamira Paszek:

Austrian professional tennis player Tamara Shelah Paszek was born on December 6, 1990. As a singles player and doubles player, she has enjoyed significant success in her professional career. At the age of nineteen, Paszek reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon by defeating world no. 18 At twenty years old, Tamira moved on to win her first ITF tournament title in Sofia, Bulgaria without dropping a single game since the start of her campaign.

And in October 2005 she received a wildcard entry into the WTA tier II Tashkent Open in Tashkent where she reached the third round losing to world no. 56. By doing this at only 16 years old Paszek became one of the youngest females who ever played a WTA main draw tournament throughout her and others’ careers.

Sania Mirza:

Sania Mirza was born on November 15, 1986, in Hyderabad and has been a professional Tennis player for many years now. She may not have entered the top 10 yet, but she is India’s best female tennis player ever. She won 3 Grand Slam titles and currently is ranked No. 8 among all women players by WTA. Miza also holds the title of being the 3rd Indian woman to contest and win a match at a Major also making her the first Indian woman to advance past the second round at the Australia Open in 2007.

Nicole Gibbs:

Nicole Gibbs, an American tennis player, was a member of the Fed Cup team in 2013. She is one of the better tennis players at mater Stanford University. It’s important to note that despite Nicole’s extraordinary success in tennis, she didn’t begin playing the game until she was 13 years old. Her initial partner kicked her off the court when she won a game-ending point against him during a practice match. However, things seem to be taking a more positive turn for Nicole: She reached a career-high singles ranking of 68 on July 25, 2016, gaining enough points to enter the top 100 for the first time in her career.

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