Elena Dementieva

Russian tennis player born in 1981 in Moscow Russia.

Won the gold medal in womens singles at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

Acheived a career high ranking of World No. 3 in April of 2009.

Elena announced her retirement in October 2010 after her final match at the 2010 WTA Tour Championships.

Maria Sharapova

Born April 19, 1987 Nyagan Russia

Tennis Player

Currently lives in Bradenton Florida.

Current professional ranking of #2 as of September 12, 2011.

Has won 24 WTA singles titles, three Grand Slam singles titles, 2004 Wimbledon, 2006 US Open and 2008 Australian Open.

Ana Ivanovic

Born November 6, 1987 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia.

Professional Tennis Player.

Currently ranked #18 on the WTA rankings.

Won the 2008 French Open, runner up at the 2007 French Open and the 2008 Australian Open.

Ana was ranked #1 on June 9th, 2008.

Career record of 291-125, 10 WTA titles, 5 ITF titles.

Victoria Azarenka (nickname "Vika")

Born July 31, 1989 in Minsk Belarus.

Currently Lives in Scottsdale AZ.

Vika is 5'10" tall.

Current ranking #3.

Won seven singles titles including the Sony Ericsson Open in 2009 and 2011.

Won two mixed doubles titles, one at the U.S. Open in 2007 and one at the 2008 French Open.

Daniela Hantuchova

Born April 23, 1983 in Poprad, Czechoslovakia, now Slovakia

Professional tennis player who turned pro in 1999 and won her first Tier I tournament and ended the year ranked in the top 10.

Daniela's current world ranking is #24 and her highest ranking was #5 in 2003.

Daniela holds 4 career titles in Mixed Doubles and her current record is 40-14.  In Singles Daniela has a career record of 457-291 with four WTA titles and 3 ITF titles.

Hantuchova has competed in two Olympics - 2004 in Athens  and 2008 in Beijing.

Daniela won the 2011 PTT Pattaya Open defeating top seed Vera Zvonareva in the semis and beating Sara Errani in the final.

Ashley Harkleroad

Born May 2, 1985 in Rossville Georgia, United States

Professional Tennis Player

Ashley was the first WTA tennis player to pose naked for Playboy Magazine in the August 2008 issue.

Harkleroad has a career record of 96-77 and her highest ranking was 39 in January of 2007.

Ashley attempted a comeback in 2010 at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, CA but lost to Alicia Molik in the first round.

Julia Goerges

Born November 2, 1988 in Bad Oldesloe, Germany

Professional Tennis Player

Julia turned professional in 2005 and began her career on the ITF Women's Circut playing in seven tournaments.

Goerges won her first ITF tournament in 2006 and qualified for the WTA at Stuttgart.

In 2008 Julia reached the semi-finals at the Banka Koper Slovenia Open and the quarterfinals at the Cellular South Cup.

Julia won her first WTA singles title in 2010 by defeating Timea Bacsinszky at the Gastein Ladies.

Julia has a career record of 110-80 with 3 WTA titles and 6 ITF titles.

Mandy Minella

Born November 22, 1985 in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

Professional tennis player

Mandy has a career record of 223-176 and is currently ranked 110 as of November 14, 2011. 

Minella turned professional in 2001 and in 2010 Mandy qualified for the U.S. Open where she won all three matches and lost just one set.

Mandy won the Gold Medal in 2009 at the Games of the Small States of Europe in Singles and Doubles.

Her latest victory was at the ITF in Darmstadt Germany where Mandy defeated Karolina Pliskova.

Mandy currently resides in Paris France.

Gisela Dulko

Born January 30, 1985 in Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Currently lives in Buenos Aries, Argentina

Professional tennis player

Gisela turned professional in 2001 and since she has won 4 WTA Titles and 6 ITF Titles in singles.  In addition Dulko has won 17 WTA and 6 ITF doubles titles.

Dulko's highest ranking in singles came in 2005 when she was ranked number 26.  Her current ranking is number 65.  In doubles Dulko was ranked number 1 in November 2010.

In 2010 Dulko, along with her doubles partner Flavia Pennetta, won the ITF doubles World Championship and were named the Doubles Team of the Year.

Gisela and Pennetta won their first Grand Slam in doubles by winning the 2011 Australian Open in January.

Dominika Cibulkova

Born May 6, 1989 in Bratislava Czechoslovakia, now Slovakia

Professional Tennis Player

Dominika turned professional in 2005 after playing one ITF event in Prague at the end of 2004.

Cibulkova won her first WTA title in 2011, the Kremlin Cup, defeating Kaia Kaneip and her win represents the first time a player has won their maiden cup title at the Kremlin Cup.

The biggest upset of Dominika's career came in 2011 where she beat #1 ranked Caroline Wozniacki at the Medibank International Sydney.

Dominika is currently ranked #16 in singles with the WTA.

Li Na

Born February 26, 1982 in Wuhan, Hubei, China

Professional Tennis Player

Currently lives in Wuhan, Hubei, China

Li turn professional in 1999 and won three of four singles tournaments and all seven doubles tournaments on the ITF circuit.

In May 2004 Li returned to the WTA circuit and won 26 consecutive matches and increasing her career singles title count to 18.

In Grand Slam events Li has one title in 2011 defeating Francesca Schiavone at the French Open. Na was also the runner up at the 2011 Australian Open.

At the 2012 Sony Ericsson Open Na lost in the quarterfinals to Maria Sharapova.

Li Na also has won four gold medals while competing for China. One in singles, one in doubles, one in mixed doubles and one in team.

Alona Volodymyrivna Bondarenko Dyachok

Born August 13, 1984 in Kryvyi, Rih, Soviet Union now Ukraine

Currently lives in Kharkiv, Ukraine

Professional tennis player

Alona has won 2 WTA Singles titles and 5 ITF Singles titles. Her latest title came in Hobart, Australia in January, 2010. Bondarenko's other WTA Singles title came in 2006 in Luxembourg.

In 2008 Alona won a WTA Doubles title with her sister Kateryna in Paris France and the Australian Open title. The beautiful sister doubles team also captured a doubles title in Prague, Czech Republic in 2009.

Alona's highest ranking was number 11 in September of 2008. As of last November (2011) Bondarenko was ranked number 327 - that is in tennis, we rank her much higher!

Jelena Jankovic

Born February 28, 1985 in Belgrade SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia

Currently lives in Dubai UAE

Professional tennis player

Jelena has won 12 World Tennis Association titles and 1 International Tennis Association title and has a career record of 469-246.

Jankovic is currently ranked number 17 as of April 30, 2012 and her highest ranking was number 1 in August of 2008.

In April of 2012 Jelena advanced to the semi-finals at the e-Book Danish Open but lost to Angelique Kerber in two sets.

Jankovic started to play on the World Tennis Association tour in 2001 and she reached the second round at her first tournament at the Indian Wells Masters.

In December 2007 Jelena became a UNICEF Ambassador for Serbia.

Andrea Petkovic 

Born September 9, 1987 in Tuzla, SFR Yugoslavia

Currently lives in Griesheim, Germany

Professional Tennis Player

As of June, 2012 Andrea is ranked #18 and her highest ranking was #9 in October, 2011.

Petkovic had won four ITF titles before she turned professional in 2006.  Andrea won at Antalya and Podgorica in 2004 and at Davos and Alphen aan den Rijn in 2005.

Andrea has won two WTA career titles, her first in July, 2009 at Bad Gastein in Austria and her second in 2011 in Stasbourg, France.

Petkovic has a career record of 272-157 in singles and 53-50 in doubles competition.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Born March 6, 1989 in Krakow Poland

Professional Tennis Player

Agnieszka is the first Polish tennis player to reach the singles final of a Grand Slam in which Agnieszka did at the 2012 Wimbledon Championships.

Radwanska is also the first Polish tennis player to win a WTA single title where Agnieszka won the 2007 Nordea Nordic Light Open.

Agnieszka is currently ranked number 4 in the WTA as of February 2013 and her highest ranked was number 2 in July of 2012.

Radwanska won her 11th singles title at the 2013 ASB Classic and her second straight tournament in 2013 at the Apia International.

Agnieszka currently has a career record of 365-156 in singles and 111-86 in doubles.