The Top 10 Sexiest Tennis Players at This Year’s WimbledonPublished June 27, 2017
Wimbledon is one of the best sporting events of the year and brings with it betting offers galore. It’s popularity is largely because both the men’s and women’s tournaments are incredibly competitive and entertaining.
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Part of the package with the women’s draw is the glamour and style of the top players in the world so let’s have a look at 10 of the hottest female players taking part in this year’s Wimbeldon.
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At just 23, Eugenie Bouchard has become a major star in the world of tennis.
On the court she is known for aggressive style of tennis that often puts her opponents on the back foot. Off the court we know her for going on a date with a guy on Twitter who bet her that the New England Patriots would come back from 28-3 in the Super Bowl and her incredible Sports Illustrated feature.
Bouchard is a long shot for glory at Wimbledon but the longer she stays in the better for her legion of fans.
Like Genie Bouchard, Caroline Wozniacki is used to wowing her fans by modelling in Sport Illustrated. Unlike Bouchard, Wozniacki has made it to number one in the world and she’s always a danger in the biggest tournaments.
After making the quarter-finals at Roland Garros, Wozniacki is well set for another assault at SW19 over the next fortnight.
Despite making well over $4,000,000 in prize money in her career, Tsvetana Pironkova is having to work very hard to get her career back on track at the moment.
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She’s dropped well outside of the top 100 players in the world and still needs to book her place at Wimbledon.
Many people will be hoping that the Bulgarian manages to do enough to have another crack at the Championships and perhaps even a return to the sort of form that saw her make the semi-finals back in 2010.
You just have to look at the supporters who travel around the world to follow the Davis Cup and Fed Cup to know just how passionate British tennis fans are. They always support their own but it will take more than just cheering for Heather Watson to have a chance of winning Wimbledon.
The 25-year-old from Guernsey has been struggling for form but she’s reached the third round at Wimbledon before and we’re hoping that she might just stick around until the second week.
Sloane Stephens has long been talked up as the great American hope in women’s tennis.
Her big break came in 2013 when she made the Wimbledon quarter-finals but she’s not yet been able to repeat that form.
Stephens comes from a sporting family which has no doubt helped her natural ability and her ability to work hard at her craft. If it all goes well in the next few weeks, we could be treated to a lot more from the 24-year-old.
Few people had heard of Garbine Muguruza when she turned up to Wimbledon in 2015. But, against the odds, she made it all the way to the final before running into Serena Williams.
Since then the six-foot Spaniard has become one of the best tennis players in the world and has grown her fanbase considerably.
The bookies like Muguruza’s chances at Wimbledon and we’ll certainly be cheering her on all the way!
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Angelique Kerber has already achieved half of the career Grand Slam and the German will be fancying her chances of adding another of the big titles at Wimbledon come 15 July.
At 29, Kerber is coming into her peak and will be able to use all of her experience in the coming weeks.
The British players in the field at Wimbledon will be looking forward to playing in front of supportive home fans and that level of support played a big part for Kristina Mladenovic when she got through to the quarter-finals of Roland Garros.
The 24-year-old Frenchwoman is gaining more fans with every performance as it’s becoming clear she’s got the game to match her striking good looks.
The absence of Serena Williams from this year’s Wimbledon has thrown the door open to several different contenders. The bookies don’t think too much about Dominikia Cibulkova’s chances but we’re just delighted she’s got a chance of hanging around!
The 28-year-old Slovakian has had plenty of strong results in Grand Slams before and will get plenty of support as she tries to both break hearts and win them.
2013 was a vitally important year for Sabine Lisicki. By making the finals of Wimbledon, the German gained huge confidence and became one of the players the others were wary about.
Belying her rather petit looks, Lisicki packs a mean punch with one of the biggest serves on the WTA and her aggression could take her into the business end of this year’s Wimbledon.