Sharapova and the tallest female tennis players in the world

Violet Field inEntertainmentMay 19, 2020 4 min read40 views

Height is an advantage for the players to perform serve and attack. However, in women's content, there are not many players taller than 1.85 m.

Victoria Azarenka (1.83 m): The former number one Belarusian world promotes strong points in the back yard attacks. She won 2 Grand Slam titles both at the Australian Open, the US Open final, and the London Olympic Medal. In his career, Azarenka has a total of 20 championships in the singles. However, her performance has declined since giving birth in 2016 and currently ranks 58 in the world.

Kristina Mladenovic (1.84 m): The 27-year-old takes advantage of the height to have a strong serve. This helped her achieve a lot of success in the content of the double-time champion of the Grand Slam, as well as helping the French women's team to win the 2019 Fed Cup. when she first got a title and now ranked 42. 

Ana Ivanovic (1.84 m): A beautiful Serbian ball of pink with outstanding play in the back yard. Throughout his career, Ivanovic won 14 WTA titles. She reached the final of the 2007 French Open and the Australian Open 2008, before winning the French Open title the same year. The title in Paris helped Ivanovic to the top of the world. However, after that, her performance dropped and decided to retire at the end of 2016. 

CoCo Vandeweghe (1.85 m): CoCo is one of the female tennis players with the strongest serves, often reaching speeds of over 180 km / h. 2017 was the culmination of an American tennis player's career with two titles, as well as reaching the semi-finals of the Australian Open and US Open. 

Venus Williams (1.85 m): In 26 years of professional tennis, Venus competed successfully when winning 49 titles, including 7 Grand Slam. Venus and her younger sister Serena also expressed their interest in the content of sometimes hitting 22 championships, with 14 Grand Slams. The Williams sister is one of the tallest and most successful female tennis players. 

Karolina Pliskova (1.86 m): The 28-year-old is the tallest person in the current top 10 of the WTA rankings when it is ranked 3. The serve and forehand are the strong points of Pliskova, helping her win 15 titles. effect. Her biggest accomplishment was in the US Open 2016 finals but lost to Kerber. Pliskova once held the number one spot in the world and is expected to take the throne at a Grand Slam tournament soon. 

Maria Sharapova (1.88 m): serve is the strength of the former beautiful Russian tennis player before she suffered a shoulder injury. Sharapova still showed strong attacks from the end of the pitch. Throughout his career, Sharapova won 36 titles, with 5 Grand Slam titles. She is one of the few players to complete the Career Grand Slam collection.


Lindsay Davenport (1.89m): Davenport is one of the most successful tennis players in the late twentieth century. She won a total of 93 titles in both singles and doubles, including 6 Grand Slams and an Olympic gold medal. 

Akgul Amanmuradova (1.9 m): Akgul is the tallest female tennis player to ever play tennis, alongside Eva Hrdinova. Her career was not too prominent when she reached the best position, which was ranked 50 in single and 36 doubles. At a lower level, the 35-year-old won 12 ITF titles, currently ranking 407 in the world. Photo: Arnold. 

Eva Hrdinova (1.9 m): Eva is the tallest female tennis player in history, but has shown nothing during her career. She once ranked 168 in the world and did not have any titles in both single and double content. Photo: Goodman.