Ana Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova are widely regarded as the hottest female tennis stars for quite some time. But as we move into 2016-2017 tennis calendar alot of new names has taken over women tennis at the highest level. We take a look at some of the hottest stars currently active.

#1 Belinda Bencic (Switzerland)

19-year old Belinda Bencic burst on to the tennis scene back in 2015 winning two WTA titles and reached top 10 in WTA rankings. She has made steady progress since than and consistently making it to the second, third rounds of grand slams. We sure are going to see her for a longtime on tennis scene.

#2 Tsvetana Pironkova (Bulgaria)

28 year old Tsvetana Pironkova has been around for a while who turned professional back in 2002 and her biggest achievements include defeating Sareena Williams three times at the grand slam events. She has also won 6 ATP titles and her career prize money stands at $3,57 million.

#3 Donna Vekic (Croatia)

20-year old Donna Vekic has been on the tennis professional scene since 2012 but failed to make a big impression so far. However she is making steady improvement and won 1 WTA and 4 ITF titles.

#4 Laura Robson (Great Britain)

21 year old Laura Robson is the highest ranked british female player and has been making steady progress at the elite level of tennis. She won the silver medal playing alongside Andy Murray back in London Olympics 2012. Her best finish in grand slam was in Wimbledon 2013 where she reached round 4 and she is pretty hot to say the least.

#5 Camila Giorgi (Italy)

23 year old Camila Giorgi is Italian and also has Argentinian background currently ranked world no.54. Although she has failed to live up to the expectations attach to her since she became pro. Her career best grand slam finish was back in 2012 Wimbledon where she reached 4th round. She is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful tennis stars in the world.

#6 Mandy Minella (Luxembourg)

Alot was expected of Mandy Minella when she turned professional back in 2001 but she never lived up to the expectations and now at 30 years of age she is in twilight of her career. But hey she is not on this list because of her tennis credentials.

#7 Sabine Lisicki (Germany)

Turned professional back in 2006, Sabin Lisicki never really made the cut at top level. Her best performance came in 2013 when she reached the final of Wimbledon. Having said that she has earned more than $6 million in prize money and won 4 WTA titles.

#8 Sorana Cirstea (Romania)

One of the hottest tennis stars currently playing at the highest level, Sorana Cirstea hails for Romania and reached her career best world rank.21 when she reached quarter finals of french open back in 2009. Since than she has been below par but has earned a massive $3.5 just in career prize money.

#9 Petra Kvitová (Czech Republic)

Since turning professional in 2006 she has won 17 WTA titles including two wimbledon titles in 2011 and 2014. Currently ranked no.6 in the world her best career ranking was no.2 in 2011.

#10 Dominika Cibulkova (Slovakia)

Hails from Bratislava, Slovakia Dominika Cibulkova turned professional in 2006 and went on to win four WTA titles. She also reached her career best ranking No.10 after reaching the final of 2014 Australian Open.

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