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  1. Daniela Hantuchová

    Daniela Hantuchová


    Daniela Hantuchová (born 23 April 1983) is a Slovak tennis player. She turned professional in 1999 and had her breakthrough year in 2002, when she won her first WTA tournament, the Indian Wells Masters, defeating Martina Hingis in the final and becoming the lowest-ranked player to ever win the tournament. She also reached the quarterfinals of that year's Wimbledon Championship and US Open, ending the year in the top 10. She was also part of the Slovak team that won the 2002 Fed Cup and the 2005 Hopman Cup.

  2. Eugenie Bouchard

    Eugenie Bouchard


    Eugenie "Genie" Bouchard (born February 25, 1994) is a Canadian professional tennis player currently ranked world No. 24. At the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, Bouchard became the first Canadian to reach the finals of a Grand Slam in singles, finishing runner-up to Petra Kvitová. She also reached the semifinals of the 2014 Australian Open and 2014 French Open, and won the 2012 Wimbledon girls' title. Following the end of the 2013 WTA Tour, she was named WTA Newcomer of the Year. The next year, Bouchard received the WTA Most Improved Player award for the 2014 season.

  3. Dominika Cibulková

    Dominika Cibulková


    Dominika Cibulková (born 6 May 1989) is a professional Slovak tennis player. Known for her quick and aggressive style of play, she has won four career singles titles.

  4. Tsvetana Pironkova

    Tsvetana Pironkova


    Tsvetana Pironkova (Bulgarian: Цветана Кирилова Пиронкова) (born 13 September 1987) is a Bulgarian tennis player and the current no. 1 Bulgarian in the WTA rankings. Pironkova is right-handed and plays with a two-handed backhand. She is best known for reaching the semifinals of Wimbledon at the 2010 Championships and the quarterfinals the following year (earning her the nickname "The Wimbledon Darkhorse"), and for defeating Venus Williams three times at Grand Slam tournaments, twice at Wimbledon. She has won one WTA title at 2014 Apia International and six ITF titles in her career. Her highest WTA Singles ranking is 31 which she achieved on 13 September 2010. Pironkova has been recognized by The New York Times for her "cerebral" grass-court abilities, and named one of the most beautiful women in sports by MSN.

  5. Alizé Cornet

    Alizé Cornet


    Alizé Cornet (born 22 January 1990 in Nice) is a French professional tennis player.

  6. Laura Robson

    Laura Robson


    Laura Robson (born 21 January 1994) is a British tennis player. She debuted on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior tour in 2007, and a year later won the Wimbledon Junior Girls' Championship at the age of 14. As a junior, she also twice reached the final of the girls' singles tournament at the Australian Open, in 2009 and 2010. She won her first professional tournament in November 2008.

  7. Petra Kvitová

    Petra Kvitová


    Petra Kvitová (born 8 March 1990) is a Czech professional tennis player. Known for her powerful left-handed groundstrokes and variety, she has won seventeen career singles titles including two Grand Slam titles at Wimbledon. She reached her career-high ranking of world No. 2 in October 2011, and is currently ranked 5th by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) as of 24th August 2015. As such, Kvitová is the current Czech number 1 in the WTA.

  8. Elitsa Kostova

    Elitsa Kostova


    Elitsa Kostova (Bulgarian: Елица Костова) (born 10 April 1990) is a professional Bulgarian tennis player and member of the Bulgaria Fed Cup team. On 21 November 2011, she reached her highest WTA singles ranking of 141 whilst her best doubles ranking was 168 on 6 April 2015. Her record for the Bulgarian Fed Cup Team is 12-14.

  9. Lesia Tsurenko

    Lesia Tsurenko


    Lesia Viktorivna Tsurenko (Ukrainian: Леся Вікторівна Цуренко; born 30 May 1989 in Volodymyrets) is a Ukrainian tennis player.

  10. Simona Halep

    Simona Halep


    Simona Halep (born 27 September 1991) is a Romanian professional tennis player who is currently ranked world No. 2. Halep first broke into the world's top 50 at the end of 2012, the top 20 in August 2013, and then the top 10 in January 2014 (after reaching the Australian Open quarterfinal). She won her first 6 WTA titles in the same calendar year in 2013 (a feat that was last achieved by Steffi Graf in 1986 when she won her first 7), being named the WTA's Most Improved Player at its end, as well as being named ESPN Center Court's 2013 Most Improved Player. Halep reached the 2014 French Open final, her first Grand Slam final, where she played against Maria Sharapova. She lost this final in three sets. She also reached the final of the WTA Finals the same year, but lost to Serena Williams. Despite being only twenty-three years old, Halep has already defeated several current and former world No. 1's and Grand Slam tournament champions, including Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Ana Ivanovic, Jelena Janković, Caroline Wozniacki, Li Na, Samantha Stosur, and Petra Kvitová.

  11. Alisa Kleybanova

    Alisa Kleybanova


    Alisa Mikhaelovna Kleybanova (Russian: Алиса Михайловна Клейбанова, born 15 July 1989) is a Russian professional tennis player. Her highest WTA singles ranking to date is World No. 20, achieved in February 2011. Kleybanova has won two WTA singles titles.

  12. Rennae Stubbs

    Rennae Stubbs


    Rennae Stubbs (born 26 March 1971) is an Australian retired tennis player. She was an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder. She has won 4 Grand Slam doubles titles and 2 Grand Slam Mixed Doubles Titles. She represented Australia at four successive Summer Olympic Games: Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, and Beijing 2008.

  13. Nuria Llagostera Vives

    Nuria Llagostera Vives


    Nuria Llagostera Vives (born 16 May 1980 in Majorca) is a retired Spanish professional tennis player. In June 2005, Llagostera Vives reached her best singles ranking of World No. 35. In November 2009, she peaked at World No. 5 in the doubles rankings.

  14. Séverine Brémond Beltrame

    Séverine Brémond Beltrame


    Séverine Beltrame (born 14 August 1979 in Montpellier, France) is a retired professional female tennis player from France and the member of the notorious "generation 1979" which provided elite tennis players Amélie Mauresmo, Nathalie Dechy, Anne-Gaëlle Sidot and Émilie Loit. She was known as Séverine Brémond during her marriage to her coach Eric Brémond from September 2005 to November 2008, and then as Séverine Brémond-Beltrame until the end of 2009. She reverted to her birthname, Séverine Beltrame, in 2010.

  15. Aleksandra Wozniak

    Aleksandra Wozniak


    Aleksandra Wozniak (born September 7, 1987) is a Canadian professional tennis player. She turned professional in November 2005. Wozniak achieved a career-best ranking of no. 21 on June 22, 2009, making her the fourth highest-ranked Canadian singles player of all time. She has won one WTA and nine ITF tournaments. At the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford in 2008, she became the first Canadian in 20 years to capture a WTA singles title and the first Quebecer in history to have accomplished such a feat. She reached a career-high ITF junior ranking of No. 3 on January 31, 2005. Wozniak was named Female Player of the Year by Tennis Canada five times (2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012).

  16. Olivia Rogowska

    Olivia Rogowska


    Olivia Rogowska (born 7 June 1991 in Melbourne) is an Australian professional tennis player of Polish descent. Both of her parents are Polish. The right-hander was born in and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her highest WTA singles ranking is 104, which she reached on 28 July 2014. Her career high in doubles is 89, which she reached on 28 July 2014. She has defeated Jelena Dokić, Alicia Molik, Maria Kirilenko and Sofia Arvidsson, and taken sets from former #1 Dinara Safina, Alona Bondarenko, Kateryna Bondarenko, Sorana Cîrstea, Jarmila Gajdošová, Anastasia Rodionova, Sania Mirza and Casey Dellacqua.

  17. Aleksandrina Naydenova

    Aleksandrina Naydenova


    Aleksandrina Naydenova (Bulgarian: Александрина Найденова; born 29 February 1992 in Plovdiv) is a professional Bulgarian tennis player. On 1 April 2013, she reached her highest WTA singles ranking of world number 264 whilst her best doubles ranking was world number 157 on 6 May 2013.

  18. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova

    Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova


    Anastasia Sergeyevna Pavlyuchenkova (Russian: Анастаси́я Серге́евна Павлюче́нкова, born 3 July 1991) is a Russian professional tennis player and a multiple junior Grand Slam champion. Her career-high rank of World No. 13 was achieved on 4 July 2011. From July 2007 to September 2009 she was coached at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in France. Since then she has been coached by her brother Aleksandr Pavlyuchenkov and in 2013 Martina Hingis joined her team.

  19. Bojana Jovanovski

    Bojana Jovanovski


    Bojana Jovanovski (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојана Јовановски; born 31 December 1991 in Belgrade) is a Serbian tennis player.

  20. Maryna Zanevska

    Maryna Zanevska


    Maryna Volodymyrivna Zanevska (Ukrainian: Марина Володимирівна Заневська; born 24 August 1993 in Odessa) is a Ukrainian professional tennis player.

  21. María José Martínez Sánchez

    María José Martínez Sánchez


    María José Martínez Sánchez (born 12 August 1982) is a Spanish professional tennis player. In singles, she has won five WTA singles titles, the 2009 Copa Sony Ericsson Colsanitas, the 2009 Swedish Open, the Premier 5 event, 2010 Internazionali BNL d'Italia, the 2011 Gastein Ladies and the 2011 Hansol Korea Open. She was also a runner-up at the 2008 Barcelona KIA. As a junior she won the 1999 Orange Bowl, a year-ending tennis event for junior players. She reached her career high ranking in singles of World No. 19 on 10 May 2010.

  22. Dia Evtimova

    Dia Evtimova


    Dia Evtimova (Bulgarian: Диа Евтимова) (born 30 April 1987) is a professional Bulgarian tennis player. On 31 October 2011, she reached her highest WTA singles ranking of 145 whilst her best doubles ranking was 228 on 23 June 2014. In 2010, she qualified for the Internationaux de Strasbourg where she was defeated by Maria Sharapova in the second round. In 2011, she qualified for the Gastein Ladies where she reached her first WTA quarterfinal, but there she lost to Patricia Mayr-Achleitner. She has also played for the Bulgarian Fed Cup team, with a current 15–16 record.

  23. Rebecca Marino

    Rebecca Marino


    Rebecca Marino (born December 16, 1990) is a Canadian former professional tennis player. On July 11, 2011, she reached her highest WTA singles ranking of 38. Marino was named Female Player of the Year by Tennis Canada two times, in 2010 and 2011. She decided in late February 2013 to take an indefinite break from tennis.

  24. Polona Hercog

    Polona Hercog


    Polona Hercog (born 20 January 1991) is a Slovenian tennis player. Her highest ranking is No. 35 in singles and No. 56 in doubles. Hercog has won four WTA Tour titles; two each in singles and doubles. She also enjoyed success on the ITF Circuit, winning ten singles and five doubles titles. She is the Slovenian No. 1 in women's tennis.

  25. Anna Korzeniak

    Anna Korzeniak


    Anna Maria Korzeniak (born 16 June 1988 in Kraków) is a Polish professional tennis player.

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