4. Ana Ivanovic
Currently retired, Ivanovic maintained the No. 1 position in the Tennis world back in 2008. She has won around 15 WTA Tour Singles titles such as a French Open along with a Grand Slam singles title. Throughout her career, Ivanovic created over $15 Million as prize money, as a result, she became one among the greatest paid tennis players. Through the years, Ivanovic has made several accolades. She was honoured as “30 Legends of Women’s Tennis: Past, Present and Future” by the Time.
3. Eugenie Bouchard
Eugenie Bouchard is a Canadian tennis player. She participated in 2014’s Wimbledon Championships, becoming the very first Canadian-born tennis participant to hit the finals of a Grand Slam in Women’s Singles. She was also honoured as the WTA’s most improved player. Bouchard is a competitive player and is popularly known for redirecting the speed of oncoming groundstrokes to rush her enemies. Fluent in French and English, Bouchard is very good at research. She’d once considered becoming a doctor. Roger Federer is her inspiration.