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Weekday Worldies 22nd June Wimbledon

With Wimbledon starting in under a week, it seems a perfect time to pick out some of the best attractions from the female side of the draw.

Let's be honest lads, the only reason we are able to take in a ladies match is getting to see their long legs in short tennis skirts. Let me share with you the aces I have picked out...

Genie Bouchard

Genie Bouchard will be looking to go one better than Wimbledon 2014 where she came runner up to Petra Kvitova. The Canadian star has attracted plenty of attention for her looks as well her tennis ability. It's fair to say, you don't need hawkeye to see why!

Ana Ivanovic

2008 French Open winner Ana Ivanovic is always one to look out for on the female circuit! The stunning Serb's partner Bastian Schweinsteiger is away at Euro 2016 with Germany at the moment, so she may need some courtside attention. Sign me up!

Mandy Minella

What is Luxembourg famous for? Not a great deal as far as I'm aware, but Mandy Minella is more than enough reason to put the country on the map. Mandy has failed to make it past the first round on her two previous visits to Wimbledon, so make sure you're tuned in from the start to catch a glimpse!

Klara Koukalova

Klara Koukalova has been on the women's tennis circuit since 1999, but it's clear to see that her looks haven't diminished over that time. It would be hard to find a double fault with the 34-year-old Czech!

Maria Sharapova

Yes, I know Maria Sharapova is facing a two-year suspension for doping, but how do you have a list of the hottest female tennis players that doesn't include the Russian? The one-time Wimbledon champion will be sorely missed on our screens over the coming weeks!

Also, don't forget to listen out for some of the noises during the women's matches! If you couldn't see the screen, you could mistake it for soft porn!

Photo credits: Caught Offside, Huffington Post, Alux, Strange Celebrities

Back to articles Date Posted: Wednesday 22nd June 2016 Author: George Crewe