Top 10 Hottest Female Tennis Players: 2022 Edition

By Jeff Stinger

The 2022 tennis season is about to come to a close with the US Open slowly approaching its conclusion. As such, now’s a good time to look back at the beautiful women who’ve graced the tennis courts of 2022 and we’re more than looking for to seeing more of them in 2023. From veterans to relative newcomers, the WTA Tour is never lacking in attractive personalities to appeal to every casual tennis fan.

Nitrobetting is ready to volley the latest tennis news, odds, and updates all year round. This time, let’s count down the top 10 hottest female tennis players from the WTA Tour as of the year 2022 (in alphabetical order by their first names).

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The Top 10 Hottest Female Tennis Players of 2022 

Camila Giorgi


Camila Giorgi

Italy’s Camila Giorgi has been on countless lists of the hottest female players ever since she got more exposure as a pro in the late 2000s. Camila has drawn some ire from her fellow peers on the WTA Tour for her fiery temper, but male tennis fans don’t mind her temper at all if her intensity is also matched in the bedroom.

Elina Svitolina


Elina Svitolina 2

We’ve recently covered Elina Svitolina in our Top 10 Hottest Tennis WAGs list of 2022, which is a testament to the allure that the former WTA Finals champion brings to the sport. We’ve hardly seen Elina in live action this year, and we wish the Ukrainian wonder a healthy recovery from her physical and mental struggles considering the ongoing strife between Russia and her home country.

Emma Raducanu


Emma Raducanu

The future of the WTA Tour is certainly brighter with Emma Raducanu around. Not only is the 19-year-old half-Romanian, half-Chinese prodigy a cutie on the courts, but she’s already had great success as a pro at such a young age. Emma stunned the sports world when she won the 2021 US Open to make quite the splash in the scene. Sadly, she suffered an early first-round exit in that same tournament just days prior to this writing to another gorgeous female player who nearly made our list, Alizé Cornet.

Eugenie Bouchard


Eugenie Bouchard

Canadian bombshell Eugenie Bouchard started a comeback on the WTA Tour this 2022 season but has yet to regain her peak form. However, with so many product endorsements under her belt thanks to her stunning physique and looks, we’re surprised that Eugenie did not take the Anna Kournikova route of becoming a full-fledged celebrity more so than a fixture on the WTA Tour.

Fanny Stollar


Fanny Stollar

We’re definitely hungry for more of Hungarian hottie Fanny Stollar, whom we can’t wait to step out of the WTA’s doubles circuit and into the singles. Quite ironically, Fanny is still single and there are plenty of guys (a good portion of her 123,000 followers on Instagram at that) lining up to be her doubles partner in real life.

Katie Boulter


Katie Boulter

Another female tennis player we’re waiting to break out on the WTA Tour circuit is the enchanting Englishwoman Katie Boulter. Katie has yet to taste victory on the WTA courts but has six wins at the ITF level to date, which makes her chances of being spotted at bigger tournaments encouraging enough.

Laura Robson


Laura Robson

From one British babe to another we go with Laura Robson who, unfortunately, just retired from professional tennis after years of battling a multitude of injuries. The Aussie-born brunette never reached the same heights as some of her peers on this list but is doing just fine as a sports commentator for BBC.

Paula Badosa


Paula Badosa

Sizzling up the charts is Paula Badosa, who reached a career-high ranking of World No. 2 earlier this 2022. The Spanish señorita has yet to deliver a memorable performance at a Grand Slam tournament. Then again, Paula’s innate skill coupled with her dazzling looks will keep her male fans happy for years to come whenever she makes an appearance at any given tournament.

Tsvetana Pironkova


Tsvetana Pironkova

It’s quite a pity that we haven’t seen Tsvetana Pironkova on the Grand Slam courts during the entire 2022 WTA Tour season. Perhaps the still-dashing 34-year-old Bulgarian is contemplating retirement herself. After all, the COVID-19 pandemic, a shoulder injury, and the birth of her first daughter are all worthy reasons to call it a career, especially if she hasn’t won a WTA Tour event since 2014.

Wang Qiang


Wang Qiang

Rarely do we see outstanding Asian stars on the WTA Tour, which makes China’s Wang Qiang all the more of a shooting star of sorts to behold. Not only does she look younger than what her age of 30 would suggest, but she’s also seen her fair share of success against the best female tennis players in the world. The Tianjin temptress has two WTA Tour victories to her credit, was ranked as high as No. 12 back in 2019, and won gold in the women’s singles tournament at the 2018 Asian Games.

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