Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by oscar_2424, Jul 18, 2006.
Excellent shot of Heather ^^
More Heather Watson
Sabs (& Jules)
Woz & Kvitova
Sharapova Falls Down
I think is old post
I love that picture
Is Wozniacki the Most beautiful player on the WTA?
I seriously believe that she is...
ana ivanovic and camila giorgi
Ana is far far far prettier
Could any normal guy knock a girl like that back?
Of course, only in our dreams would she look twice at a Neville Nobody type of guy.
Partially, yes... people worldwide love the tall-blonde ideal.
More so the US media which always has been hung up on those.
That would be Sabine Lisicki.
Agree lisicki is really nice too
Suarez Navarro ftw.
She's not bad, but I would take Mandy Minella of Luxembourg by miles in terms of beauty.
I like Sharapova, beautiful face. And I love Sabine Lisicki! I fell in love with her in that Wimbledon final in which for moments she was "crying and smiling at the same time"
Laura Robson, Simona Halep, Ivanovic, Genie, Cibulkova and many others I find more attractive.
My heart melted when I saw this too - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3kX--rw744
Ivanovic and its no competition
She is one of the most beautiful women on WTA tour, i agree on that, but my personal favorite is Flavia Pennetta.
Mostly because she looks like a woman, while most of the other beautiful players on WTA looks like girls.
When a look at Penneta, i see much more than beutiful face, while when I look at Ana Ivanovic, i see beutiful scared girl.
And Ivanovic is very pretty, but is not she too skinny lately?
I think sorana cirstea is the most beautiful girl in the world today
Ivanovic and Hingis are the hottest. Hingis even at 30 something is still hawt. Wozniacki is pretty good looking too, no doubt.
But, in general, being the hottest woman on the WTA is, like, what? Having the heaviest bench press on the high school chess team?
Beauty is a very subjective matter. If you believe she is, then she is the most beautiful player on WTA to you. I'm sure everyone has different players in their mind.
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