THE TOP TEN Sexiest Women of Tennis 2
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At No.1 is the stunning Maria Sharapova. Born, April 19, 1987, Maria Sharapova is a former world No.1 Russian tennis player. Sharapova, currently at No.4, is biding her time for her return to the top. Her parents were originally from Homiel, Belarus but had to move to Russia in 1986 after the Chernobyl nuclear accident. She became the third youngest Wimbledon women’s champion after Lottie Dod and my personal favorite, Martina Hingis. Sharapova is so popular that when learned she uses the Prince Shark Racket, the popularity of the racket has gone through the roof. I wonder what brand of panties she uses? Maria Sharapova is regarded by many as having that natural beauty and figure that can have anyone enamored of.
And finally, our first runner-up to our proverbial OddJack Sexiest Woman of Tennis, at No.2 is Daniela Hantuchova. Daniela Hantuchova, born April 23, 1983 in Poprad, Slovakia, is a Slovak professional tennis player, coached by Nigel Sears. Her WTA Tour mentor in the Partners for Success program was Martina Navratilova, who was her doubles partner for a brief period in early 2005. On January 30, 2006, she was ranked No.15 in the world in both singles and doubles. Hantuchova has won one WTA singles tournament in 2002 at Indian Wells. Her best Grand Slam singles achievements were playing in the quarter finals in 2002 at Wimbledon and at the US Open, and in 2003 at the Australian Open. So there you have it, the nine gorgeous ladies of tennis trailing only OddJack’s sexiest woman of the tennis courts. I guess you know by now who it is huh? Well, just keep your eyes glued on these pages because you ain’t seen nothing yet.
At No.3 is Ashley Harkleroad, an American tennis player born May 2, 1985, in Rossville, Georgia. Harkleroad reached a career-high ranking of No. 39 on June 9, 2003. As of January 2006, she is ranked 107 in singles and 116 in doubles and her career prize money to date is $461,620. Harkleroad turned pro on June 12, 2000. Her debut was at the ITF tournament in Largo, Florida in 1999. The following year she played her first tour qualifying in Miami and her first grand slam at the US Open. In 2001, she debuted her tour at the same events while improving her status in the ITF circuit. 2002 saw her win her first tour matches, reaching the 2nd round at San Diego, Hawaii and Bratislava where she made her first doubles semi-final with partner Maria Emilia Salerni. She ended that year in the top 200 for the first time.
She has also won nine Grand Slam women’s doubles titles, and in 1998 captured all four Grand Slam women’s doubles crowns. She set a series of ‘’youngest-ever'’ records, before ankle-ligament injuries and the necessary surgery in both of her ankles forced her to withdraw from pro tennis at the relatively young age of 22. After several surgeries, Martina Hingis returned to the tennis courts on January 6, 2006 to start the new year. And boy, did it made my year already. It’s just a matter of time before Martina Hingis, the proverbial queen of tennis, returns to her throne again.
To sum up part 2 of our four-part series of masturb… er… ‘beauty appreciation,’ (yeah right), our No.5 sex goddess is Karolina Sprem. Karolina Sprem is a professional tennis player from Croatia and has won eight titles at the ITF level. That’s seven singles titles and a doubles merchandise. She has not won any titles yet on the WTA tour but she is definitely one vixen worth watching. In 2004, Karolina Sprem shocked the world when she defeated world No.8 Venus Williams at Wimbledon. Sprem began playing tennis at age nine despite having no tennis players within the family. She likes eating pasta and names ‘Nottinghill’ and ‘Pearl Harbor’ as her all-time favorite flicks. Get this, aside from tennis, she’s also into swimming, soccer and also plays some basketball. My my, now that’s the total package.
No.6 is Ana Ivanovic, a Serbian tennis vixen born November 6, 1987 in Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. Ivanovic started playing tennis at age five when she saw the sport on TV. It was almost a revelation to her and after seeing it on the tube, she asked her parents to take her to the local tennis school. Shortly after, her father gave our No.6 tennis babe a small racket as a birthday present. Aww… Ain’t that cute? Ana is currently the 22nd ranked player in the world, and at just 18, has already established herself as not only a star of the future, but a fan favorite. She is aiming to make it into the women’s top 10 rankings during 2006 which many expect her to achieve.
At No.7 is Sania Mirza, a professional tennis diva from India. She was born November 15. 1986 in Mumbai and now resides in Hyderabad. Mirza, a Muslim, began playing tennis at the very young age of six while being coached by his father, Imran Mirza. Yup, her father is also there to shoo away perverts like us from her oh-so-hot daughter. Mirza turned professional in 2003 and later on became the highest ranked female player from India with a top 31 ranking. Mirza is the first woman from India to reach the 4th round of a Grand Slam tournament when she did it at the 2005 US open.
No.8 is the Danish tennis player, Caroline Wozniacki. Carolina was born on July 11, 1990 and is the reigning national champion in her country. She has won several junior tournaments, including the 2005 Orange Bowl Tennis Championship and made her debut on the WTA Tour at Cincinnati’s Western & Southern Financial Group Women’s Open on July 19, 2005. She lost to the top-seeded, and later champion, Patty Schnyder in the first round, denying that tournament of her curves rather abruptly. In 2006, she was the first seed at the Australian Open (junior girl’s singles), but lost the final to eight-seeded Anastacia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia, with the score 6-1, 2-6, 3-6. She was seeded second with Anna Tatishvili in the doubles-tournament, but the pair was knocked out in the semi-final by the French-Italian pair of Alize Cornet and Corrina Dentoni, who was seeded eighth. Talk about a losing streak, she does have a body that would make any man’s magic wand stand straight up though.
No.9 is Shahar Peer of Israel. Shahar is born on May 1, 1987 in Maccabim, Israel. Since turning pro in 2004, she has continually improved and never looked back since. She achieved her highest WTA ranking of No.46 in September 2005. Shahar already played in all four major events, Australia, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. In January 2006 in Australia, she lost a marathon semifinal match against Spain’s Medina Garrigues Anabel that lasted 3 hours and 45 minutes. One of her highlight matches was against Maria Sharapova. She started the game in bizarre fashion and dropped the first set 6-0. Shahar regrouped and played a terrific second set which she won 5-7. But Sharapova was overwhelming at the end with a third set 6-2 win. In the Australian Open of 2004, Shahar Peer won the junior’s championship, showing she has a bright future in front of her.
No.10 is Nicole Vaidisova to kick off this sorry-excuse to put ten sexy booties on our pages. Nicole Vaidisova is a Czech femme fatale born in Nurnberg, Germany on April 23, 1989. Vaidisova is a rising superstar in the women’s division of the tennis world. She started developing her serve, probably her biggest weapon on the court, at a young age of 6. Vaidisova made her debut on the ITF Circuit in 2003 by reaching three consecutive finals. In 2004, Vaidisova finished her season as one of tennis’ top 100 players. In this year, she also found herself defeating four Top 5 seeds to become the sixth-youngest singles champion in history (aged 15 years, three months and 23 days) and the lowest-ranked player at No.180 to win a title.
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