The tennis season began in Australia’s first major championship of the year. This year is when we look at some of the best and future young players in women’s tennis. For quite some time, Anna Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova are widely considered to be the most popular women tennis players. But when we turned to the 2016 tennis calendar, many new names brought women’s tennis to the highest level. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular stars that are currently active.
Tsvetana Pironkova (Bulgaria)
The 28-year-old Tsvetana Pironkova was a professional player in 2002. Her biggest achievement was three times defeating Sara Williams in a big helmet game. She also won 6 ATP championships, and her career cash bonus was 3.57 million.
Laura Robson (Great Britain)
21-year-old Laura Robson is Britain’s largest female player and has made steady progress on the elite level of tennis. She won a silver medal with Andy Murray at the 2012 London Olympics. Her best result at the Grand Slam was on Wimbledon in 2013 where she entered the fourth round. She is very keen to say at least.
Camila Giorgi (Italy)
The 23-year-old Kamila Giorgi–Italian, is also the background of the Argentine, currently occupying 54th place in the world. Although she did not meet her expectations, she became a professional. Her career ended in Wimbledon’s best trash career in 2012, where she reached the fourth round. She is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful tennis stars in the world.
Mandy Minella (Luxembourg)
It is expected that Mandi Minera will once again become a professional player in 2001, but she has never lived up to people’s expectations. Now, at the age of 30, she is in her junior year of professional career. But, hey, she is not on this list because of the tennis certificate.
Sorana Cirstea (Romania)
Sorana Cirstea is one of the most popular players among the highest level players at the moment and welcomes the Romanian team to achieve a better world career. In 2009, she reached the quarter-finals of the opening of French. Since then, because she was below par, she only gained $3.5 in her professional career.
Sania Mirza (India)
She has a celebrity status in India and has become a successful female tennis star in the country. She inspired a generation of girls on the subcontinent. Although she has never played in Grand Slam singles, she has won many great helmets in doubles and mixed categories.
Maria Kirilenko (Russia)
She became a professional player in 2001 and continued her career in 2011, ranking fifth. However, like many other tennis stars, she is more concerned with swimsuit models than tennis, and never falls to the expected height.
Angelique Kerber (Germany)
The flowering Angelica Kerber originally came from Germany and became a professional in 2003. However, she started playing the best tennis ball in her career in the late 1920s, and in 2016 she became a hard worker in her career, where she won the Australian Open and the US Open. Wimbledon and the Olympic final have been reached. The incredible story tells a beautiful girl who has earned over $19 million.
Eugenie Bouchard (Canada)
Since then, as a professional Eugenie Bouchard has made significant progress in the highest level of tennis. She entered the Wimbledon finals in 2014 after the semi-finals of the Australian Open and the French Open in 2014. Her success on and off the field made her the protagonist of tennis. She was widely overturned into the new Sharapova tennis.
Maria Sharapova (Russia)
Nobody can compare with the commercial success achieved by Sharapova, but she was quite good at the trial. She won 35 WTA titles, including all four grandiose helmets and achieved world-class status No. 1 in 2005, and has since remained the top five Players.