17 Hottest and Most Attractive Female Tennis Players in Ranked In 2023. Tennis brings beauty and talent to the court from Grand Slams to ATP Tours.
Some female players have appeared in magazines and advertisements highlighting their attractive features and figures.
Female players are known for their dedication to their sport, work ethic, determination, and appearance. They have a considerable impact on the sport both on and off the court.
Numerous skilled and renowned female athletes have developed the sport of tennis throughout its history and established new benchmarks of excellence.
Serena Williams is one of the best and most well-known female tennis players. She has become a global star and one of the sport's most well-liked players due to her strong, athletic play, beauty, and sense of style.
These are the sexiest female tennis players of all time:
17. Cici Bellis - United States
Cici Bellis is one of the youngest and most beautiful tennis players to watch in 2023.
|Full Name||Catherine Cartan "CiCi" Bellis|
|Height||5 feet 6 inches|
Catherine Cartan 'Bellis' is renowned for her aggressive play style and groundstrokes. She is recognized for her ability to strike wins from the baseline and has a powerful serve.
Cartan became the second youngest player in the top 100 WTA ranking in 2018. She is well-known for becoming the US Open's youngest match winner since 1996.
Cici started competing on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2012, and through the end of 2013, she competed in Grade-4 tournaments. She won the Les Petits As in France in the 2013 season.
The tennis player was named the USTA Girls' 18s National Player of the Year in 2014. She also reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open Junior Championships and the US Open Junior Championship.
Bellis made her WTA Tour debut at the Citi Open in Washington, D.C., in 2015. Her success earned her a wild card into the US Open, where she progressed to the second round.
She also had a successful grass-court season, reaching her first WTA semifinal at the Mallorca Open, and the success off the hard courts propelled her to No. 40 in the WTA rankings.
Bellis received the WTA Newcomer of the Year title in recognition of her success in the rankings and solid play on all surfaces.
16. Donna Vekic - Croatia
Donna Vekic is a Croatian professional tennis player who has won three singles titles on the WTA tour at Malaysian Open, Nottingham Open, and Courmayeur Open.
|Full Name||Donna Vekic|
|Height||5 feet 10 inch|
She started playing tennis at six and soon gained attention as a young player. Vekic made her professional tennis debut in 2010 and immediately established herself on the ITF Junior Circuit.
In 2010, she made it to the quarterfinals of the ITF Junior Championships in Gifhorn and the semifinals of the ITF Junior Championships in Banja Luka.
She began 2013 by playing in the Australian Open's main event, where she won over Andrea Hlavakova in the opening round.
Donna started the US Open Series in the Rogers Cup, where Tamira Paszek knocked her out in the first round of qualifying. She defeated Johanna Konta in three sets to win her second WTA Tour championship at the 2017 Nottingham Open.
She made her first-ever appearance in a Grand Slam fourth round at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. She advanced to the WTA Premier event semifinals in St. Petersburg, Russia, and the WTA International tournament finals in Istanbul, Turkey.
15. Sorana Cirstea - Romania
|Full Name||Sorana Mihaela Cîrstea|
|Height||5 feet 9 inch|
Sorana Cirstea is a professional tennis player who achieved a career-high ranking of world No, 21 in 2013. Sorana was introduced to tennis by her mother at the age of four.
She was a top-ten player on the ITF Junior Circuit and her best performances include winning in the 2005 German Junior Open. Her highest combined ranking was No. 6 in 2006.
Cirstea became a professional in 2007 and established herself on the WTA Tour. She became the first woman from Romania to reach a WTA Tour final since Ruxandra Dragomir in 2000.
Sorana made it to the quarterfinals of the US Open with a career-high ranking of No. 21 in the world. She participated in the junior competition at the 2007 French Open, where she advanced to the doubles final.
She represented Romania in the women's singles competition at the 2008 Summer Olympics and defeated her opponent in three sets to win her first WTA title in Tashkent.
Sorana's biggest achievement was reaching the 2013 Rogers Cup final and the quarterfinals of the 2009 French Open. She began her 2022 career in Melbourne Summer Set 2's inaugural season.
She was ranked number 38 at the Australian Open. She started preparing for the US Open at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, where she defeated the 12th seed, Belinda Bencic, in the opening round.
Besides her playing career, she is interested in exploring adventurous places. Sorana has a verified Instagram account with 158k followers and 663 posts.
14. Katie Boulter - United Kingdom
|Full Name||Katie Boulter|
|Height||5 feet 11 inch|
Katie Boulter is a British tennis player from Leicester, England. Katie won seven singles titles and four doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit in 2019.
She started playing tennis at the age of five and represented Great Britain at the age of 8. She won the Lemon Bowl in Rome and at the age of 14, she became a finalist in the Junior Orange Bowl tennis Championship.
In April 2018, she won her first $25k singles title at the competition in Obidos, Portugal. A month later, she won the singles title at the $60k competition in Fukuoka, Japan.
She defeated Ekaterina Makarova in three sets in the second round of the 2019 Australian Open. Boulter won an ITF tournament in February 2022 and due to her leg injury, she had to withdraw from the WTA competition in Lyon in March.
She was awarded the Aegon Junior player award in 2014 and 2014 she was rated as the 10th junior player in the world.
Katie updates her daily activities through her Instagram account to her followers. She has a verified Instagram account with 165k followers.
13. Paula Badosa - Spain
Paula Badosa is a Spanish tennis player who has been ranked world No. 2 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association.
Paula has three WTA Tour singles championships and her 2021 French Open quarterfinal was her finest Grand Slam achievement. She had a high ranking of No. 8 in the world in the 2015 French Open girls' singles champion.
She reached the second straight WTA Tour semifinal of her career at the Karlsruhe Open and break into the top 100 in 2019.
Badosa made progress in 2021 following a record clay swing in which she competed in her first WTA 500 semifinal in Charleston and WTA 1000 semifinal in Madrid.
At the Australian Open in 2022, Badosa achieved her fourth career fourth-round finish at a major, securing her top-five debut.
A 5 feet 11-inch height tennis player plays aggressive baseline with a focus on her strong serve and groundstrokes. She is known for her mental strength, calm, and strength under pressure, making her a strong opponent on the court.
Paula is in a relationship with Juan Betancourt, she has posted pictures with her boyfriend on her Instagram account.
12. Daniela Hantuchova - Slovakia
|Full Name||Daniela Hantuchova|
|Height||5 feet 11 inch|
Daniela Hantuchova is a retired tennis player and a tennis commentator. Daniela won her first WTA Tour title at the Indiana Wells Masters.
She also went to the US Open and Wimbledon Championships quarterfinals. She was a member of the Slovak team that won the Hopman Cup in 2005 and the Fed Cup in 2002.
After competing in the Australian Open quarterfinals, Hantuchova reached her highest position of No. 5 in the world in 2003.
She became the 37th woman in the Open Era to reach 500 career wins when she defeated Laura Robson in the second round of the 2013 Aegon Classic.
She is also a skilled doubles player, with a career-high doubles ranking of No. 5. Daniela competed in the qualifying round to get into the main draw at the Australian Open in 2017 for the first time since 2000.
She began in the Auckland Open in 2015, where she won in straight sets over a top-20 player representing her first victory since May 2013. Hantuchova announced her retirement from tennis on July 6, 2017.
Since then, she has worked as a tennis commentator and analyst, commentating on major tournaments like the US Open and Wimbledon for Amazon Prime and Fox Sports.
Daniela also hosts a podcast about sports and entertainment and has produced a web series for Tennis Channel. She updates her daily activities on her Instagram.
Her Instagram username is @danielahantuchova and she has 179k followers.
11. Camila Giorgi - Italy
|Full Name||Camila Giorgi|
|Height||5 feet 6 inch|
Camila Giorgi is an Italian tennis player with a career-high singles ranking of world No.26. Camila is currently ranked No. 2 in Italy after Martina Trevisan.
She debuted her Grand Slam main-draw debut at the 2011 Wimbledon Championships after winning her first ITF title in 2009.
Giorgi reached the fourth round of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships. She appeared in the top 100 WTA rankings after her strong performance at the championships.
She reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships, six years after her tournament debut. In 2014, Giorgi competed in her first WTA Tour final at the Katowice Open.
She won the biggest championship of her career at the 2021 National Bank Open in Montreal, when she defeated former world No. 1 Karolina Plkova.
In 2022, she reentered the top 30 by reaching the 2022 Australian Open's third round for the fourth time in her career. She is regarded as one of the toughest hitters on tour because of her aggressive style of play and flat groundstrokes.
Camila wears custom-made clothing created by her mother, fashion designer Claudia Gabriella Fullone. The tennis player is also a lingerie model.
10. Caroline Wozniacki - Denmark
|Full Name||Caroline Wozniacki|
|Height||5 feet 10 inch|
Caroline Wozniacki is a former tennis player and ESPN commentator. Caroline was ranked world No. 1 in singles at the end of 2010 and 2011.
She first achieved the top spot in 2010 and became the 20th player in the Open Era and the first woman from a Scandinavian nation to hold it. After winning the 2018 Australian Open, she became the first Dane to win a Grand Slam singles title.
Wozniacki won the women's singles match at Wimbledon in 2006 and was chosen as the WTA Newcomer of the Year in 2008. She became the first Dane to win a Grand Slam singles championship at the 2018 Australian Open.
She started her 108 seasons in the Auckland Open for the fourth consecutive year in 2018. Caroline competed in the Qatar Open and she became just the fourth player in WTA history to win more than $30,000,000 in career prizes.
The Danish player revealed that she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2018. She was given the auto-immune illness diagnosis before the 2018 US Open.
In 2007, Wozniacki signed a sponsorship agreement with Adidas, which sponsored her for clothing, accessories, and footwear. She used the Pure Aero racquet on the court and was a Babolat racquet sponsor for the majority of her career.
She signed an endorsement agreement with Yonex for racquets from 2011 to 2013, using the Yonex VCORE racquet.
Caroline and her husband David Lee are living happily together with their two children. She has shared pictures of her children and her daily activities on her Instagram account.
9. Sloane Stephens - United States
|Height||5 feet 7 inch|
|Full Name||Sloane Stephens|
Sloane Stephens is an American professional tennis player who has achieved a career-best ranking of World No. 2 after Wimbledon in 2018.
She was born into athletic background family where her mother was a swimmer and her father was running back for the New England Patriots in the NFL.
Stephens won the 2017 US Open and seven WTA Tour singles championships. She first learned to play tennis at the club directly across from her home in Fresno, California.
She reached an IFT junior ranking of world No. 5 in 2010 after winning three out of four major girls' double titles. Sloane gained national attention at the 2013 Australian Open after she defeated Serena Williams in the semifinals.
Stephens competed for five seasons with World TeamTennis. She made her league debut with the New York Buzz, then spent a season each with the Philadelphia Freedoms in 2017 and 2018, Washington Kastles in 2014, and the New York Empire in 2019.
Born and raised in Plantation, Florida, the tennis star has volunteered with the nonprofit organization Soles4Souls, which collects new and old shoes to distribute to underprivileged children.
She also established the Sloane Stephens Foundation, which provides additional teaching, tennis courts, and after-school activities for underprivileged youngsters.
Sloane is married to the national soccer team player Jozy Altidore and they have one son. She has a verified Instagram account with 572k followers and 472 posts.
8. Sania Mirza - India
|Full Name||Sania Mirza|
|Height||5 feet 8 inch|
Sania Mirza is an Indian professional tennis player who has won six major titles three in women's doubles and three in mixed doubles.
She was ranked as the No. 1 singles player in India by the Women's Tennis Association, and throughout her career, she made a name for herself as one of the most well-known, highly-paid, and influential sports stars in India.
Mirza began playing tennis when she was six years old, under the guidance of her father. Mirza has set several records for women's tennis in India, becoming the first player to earn $1 million in career earnings, winning a major championship, and qualifying for the 2014 WTA Finals.
She has spent 91 weeks at the top of the doubles rankings and has won 43 WTA doubles titles. Additionally, she has won 14 medals from three significant multi-sport competitions, including the Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, and Afro-Asian Games.
During the International Day to End Violence Against Women on November 25, 2013, she was selected as the UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador for South Asia.
She was listed among the top 100 global influences in Time magazine's 2016 list. Sania was named the state's brand ambassador by the Telangana government in 2014.
She will end her career as a professional tennis player after participating in the Dubai Tennis Championships 2023 in February.
7. Ayna Sabalenka - Belarus
|Full Name||Aryna Siarhiejeuna Sabalenka|
|Height||6 feet 0 inch|
Ayna Sabalenka is a Belarusian tennis player who has been ranked No.1 in doubles and No. 2 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association.
Sabalenka won the doubles tournament at the 2019 US Open and the 2021 Australian Open. She started her success on the WTA Tour after the 2017 Fed Cup, making it to four finals in 2018 and earning eight top-ten victories.
She maintained her leadership in singles in 2019 with three victories in China, highlighted by defending her Wuhan Open crown at the Premier 5 level and winning the WTA Elite Trophy.
Ayna finished the singles season at No. 11 in 2018 and 2019. She achieves her greatest singles finishes at Grand Slam competitions at the Wimbledon Championships and the 2021 US Open.
With a height of 6 feet, Sabalenka is a baseline player whose style is built around striking victories with powerful groundstrokes and a powerful serve. According to firstpost, she stated that "I hope all my shots can be strong, but my serve, I feel is the best."
The tennis player has a tattoo of a tiger on her left arm and she has earned her nickname "The Tiger." Besides her playing career, she enjoys exploring new places and spending time with her friends.
She has updated her daily life activities on her Instagram account. She has a verified Instagram account with 395k followers and 569 posts.
6. Ana Ivanovic - Serbia
|Full Name||Ana Schweinsteiger|
|Height||6 feet 0 inch|
Ana Ivanovic is a former Serbian professional tennis player. She won the French open and gained top ranking in 2008.
Ana finished second at the 2007 French Open and 2008 Australian Open. She won the year-end WTA Tournament of Champions in 2010 and 2011 and qualified for the WTA Tour Championships three times, in 2007, 2008, and 2014.
She received more than $15.5 million in prize money, which ranks as the 25th-greatest total in history. Ivanovic was ranked among the "Top 100 Greatest Players Ever" and one of the "30 Legends of Women's Tennis" in June 2011.
She qualified for the 2004 Zurich Open when Venus Williams beat her in the second round throughout two tiebreak sets and she finally made a name for herself.
Ivanovic won the French Open in 2011, and at the 2012 US Open, she advanced to her first Grand Slam quarterfinal.
She achieved a year-end ranking of No. 5, confirming her comeback to the highest tier of tennis players, and qualified for the WTA Tour Championships. Ana reached a major semifinal in 2015 at the French Open for the first time in seven years.
5. Maria Kirilenko - Russia
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Maria Kirilenko is a former Russian tennis player who won six WTA singles titles and 12 doubles titles.
She reached the semifinals of the 2012 London Olympics and three Grand Slam singles quarterfinals. Maria reached two Grand Slam finals at the 2011 Australian Open and reached as high as No. 5 in the world in women's doubles in 2011.
In 2002, Kirilenko won the US Open and Canadian Open junior competitions. Beginning her season at the 2013 Apia International Sydney, Kirilenko was defeated by third-seeded Sara Errani in the second round.
She took part in the Korea Open in Seoul, South Korea as a wildcard. She beat third seed Klara Koukalova and Donna Veki in opening two matches to reach her first quarterfinal in 15 months.
She was chosen in 2006 to be the face of Adidas tennis equipment created by renowned British fashion designer Stella McCartney. She played entirely in it for three years.
4. Fanny Stollar - Hungary
|Full Name||Fanny Stollar|
|Height||5 feet 8 inch|
Fanny Stollar is a Hungarian tennis player who has won eleven double titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.
Fany has won one doubles championship on the WTA Challenger Tour and two doubles titles on the WTA Tour. She reached at No. 67 in the WTA doubles rankings and achieved her best singles ranking of No. 114 in 2018.
At the 2018 Hungarian Ladies Open, she and Spanish player Georgina Garcia Perez defeated Kirsten Flipkens and Johanna Larsson in three sets to win their largest doubles championship.
Stollar's first notable victory was in 2015 when she and her partner Dalma Galfi win the Wimbledon girls' doubles crown.
Along with her tennis career, Fanny enjoys exploring new places. She has a unique style and a sense of fashion.
She participated in the Budapest Central European Fashion Week on September 2, 2022.
3. Maria Sharapova - Russia
|Full Name||Maria Yuryevna Sharapova|
|Height||6 feet 2 inch|
Maria Sharapova is a former Russian tennis player who played on the WTA Tour and was ranked No.1 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association.
She is the only Russian and one of eleven women to complete the career Grand Slam. Maria also won an Olympic medal and silver in women's singles at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
At age 18, she crossed through to the top of the singles rankings for the first time, becoming the first Russian woman. She won five major championships, two at the French Open, one each at the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.
Sharapova finished with 36 wins, including the year-end championships in her first season in 2004. She also achieved three doubles victories.
Sharapova has appeared in several modeling projects, including the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She has appeared in numerous ads for Nike, Prince, and Canon.
She has been a Goodwill Ambassador for the UNDP since February 2007, focusing on the Chornobyl Recovery and Development Programme.
Maria was named one of the "30 Legends of Women's Tennis" in June 2011 and one of the "100 Greatest of All Time" in March 2012 by Tennis Channel.
2. Emma Radacanu - Great Britian
|Full Name||Emma Raducanu|
|Height||5 feet 9 inch|
Emma Raducanu is a British professional tennis player who has reached a career-high ranking of No.10 by the WTA.
Raducanu is the first British female to win a Grand Slam singles title since Virginia Wade won the Wimbledon Championships in 1977.
In June 2021, she made her WTA Tour debut. She received a wildcard entry to Wimbledon and finished outside the top 300. Raducanu won a Grand Slam match at the 2021 US Open and she is the first qualifier in the Open Era.
Emma's ITF debut was at the Nike Junior International in Liverpool when she was 13. Radacanu became the youngest player to win the ITF U-18 tournament after making her ITF debut.
Raducanu made her debut on tour at the Auckland Open in January 2023 and ranked 78. She defeated Czech teenager Linda Fruhvirtová in the first round before retiring in the second due to a left ankle injury.
She won the Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year award in November 2021. She received awards from the Sports Journalists' Association for Sportswoman of the Year and the Peter Wilson Trophy for an international newcomer.
The WTA selected her as the 2021 WTA Newcomer of the Year. Raducanu received the Stylist's Remarkable Women Awards 2022's Sports Star of the Year in March 2022.
1. Eugenie Bouchard - Canada
|Full Name||Eugenie "Genie" Bouchard|
|Height||5 feet 11 inch|
Eugenie Bouchard is a Canadian tennis player who won the 2012 Wimbledon girl's title and was named WTA newcomer at the end of the 2013 WTA Tour.
She set a record by becoming the first Canadian-born player to represent Canada in a singles Grand Slam final at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships.
Eugenie achieved a career-high ranking of No. 5 and was the first tennis player from the country to be in the top 5 in the singles format. She was given the WTA Most Improved Player award for the 2014 season.
Bouchard competed in ITF tournaments in Costa Rica after making her debut and won every singles and doubles title. She also won all of the 2008 Canadian ITF singles championships.
When she made her league debut in 2009 with the Kansas City Explorers, she played four seasons with World TeamTennis. Bouchard defeated Yuki Naito of Japan in straight sets during the qualifying rounds of the US Open in 2022.
Bouchard currently plays Yonex racquets after signing the Yonex VCORE 100 racquet in 2018. Bouchard's apparel and footwear contract with Nike expired in 2020 and was not renewed; for the 2021 season, Bouchard is sponsored by New Balance.