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Check out the tennis players with both smokin' serves and smokin' looks. Here are the top women from the U.S. Open over the past 10 years!

Maria Sharapova-

Country: Russia

Maria is a former World #1 and three time Grand Slam singles champion. As of August, 2009, she is ranked #30. Sharapova won her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon in 2004 at the age of 17. In the two years that followed, Sharapova won eight titles on the WTA Tour and had two brief stints as the World No. 1. She ultimately won her second Grand Slam title at the 2006 US Open.

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Anna Chakvetadze-

Country: Russia

Anna hit her peak of World #5 in 2007 after a semifinal appearance at the US Open. She also reached the quarterfinals at the Australian Open and the French Open in that same year. As of July, 2009, she is ranked World #50.

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Jelena Jankovic-

Country: Serbia

Jelena was ranked World #1 for 17 consecutive weeks until February, 2009. As of August, 2009, she is ranked #5. She's reached the singles final of the US Open and the singles semifinals of the Australian Open and the French Open, yet has not won a Major Title. In 2007, she won the Wimbledon mixed doubles title with British partner Jamie Murray.

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Elena Dementieva-

Country: Russia

Elena has won two Olympic medals in singles, including the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. She's also reached the finals of two Grand Slam events. Her career high ranking was World #3 which she achieved in April, 2009. As of August 2009, she is ranked #4.

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Sorana Cirstea-

Country: Romania

Sorana's career high rank was #23, achieved in August, 2009.

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Daniela Hantuchova-

Country: Slovakia

Daniela turned professional in 1999 and had her breakthrough year in 2002, when she won her first Tier I tournament and ended the year in the top ten. As of August, 2009, Hantuchova is ranked World #23 in singles and ranked # 18 in doubles.

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Tatiana Golovin-

Country: France

Tatiana is best known for winning the 2004 French Open mixed doubles event with her countryman Richard Gasquet, and for reaching the singles quarterfinal at the 2006 U.S. Open. Her highest singles ranking to date is #12.

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Alona and Kateryna Bondarenko-

Country: Ukraine

Alona: She formerly paired with her older sister Valeria in doubles. She is currently ranked #34 in singles and #52 in doubles. Her career high singles ranking was #19, achieved in April, 2008. She won the 2008 Australian Open women's doubles tournament with sister Kateryna.

Kateryna: As of May, 2009, she is ranked World #61 in singles and #33 in doubles. Her career-high rankings in singles and doubles are World No. 37 and World No. 9, respectively.

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Victoria Azarenka-

Country: Belarus

As of August, 2009, she's ranked World #9. Victoria has won two mixed doubles Grand Slam titles — 2007 US Open with Max Mirnyi and 2008 French Open with Bob Bryan. She has also won three singles titles, all in 2009.

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Ana Ivanovic-

Country: Serbia

Ana's a former World #1. As of July, 2009, she is ranked #11. She won the 2008 French Open and was the runner-up in singles at the 2007 French Open and the 2008 Australian Open.

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Anna Kournikova-

Country: Russia

Successful in singles, reaching #8 in the world in 2000, Kournikova's specialty has been doubles, where she has at times been the world's number one-ranked player. With Martina Hingis as her partner, she won Grand Slam titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002. Kournikova's major-league tennis career has been curtailed for the past several years, and possibly ended, by serious back and spinal problems.

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Maria Kirilenko-

Country: Russia

Kirilenko won her first WTA Tour title in 2005, at the China Open. She reached #18, her career-high singles ranking, on the WTA tour in July, 2008. She won the junior event at the 2002 Canadian Open, as well as the 2002 U.S. Open junior tournament.

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Caroline Wozniacki-

Country: Denmark

Caroline achieved her career-high singles ranking of World #8 in August, 2009. She is the only Danish woman currently in the Top 300 on the WTA Tour.

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Sania Mirza-

Country: India

She started her tennis career in 2003, and in 2004 was awarded the "Arjuna Award" by the Indian Government, the country's most prestigious achievement in honoring National sports.

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Petra Cetkovska-

Country: Czech Republic

Petra turned professional in 2000. Since then, she's won 15 ITF singles titles and 16 doubles titles. She reached her career high singles ranking, #49, in June, 2008.

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Anna-Lena Groenefeld-

Country: Germany

As of February 2006, Gronefeld was the No. 1 tennis player from Germany. She turned professional in 2003.

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U.S. Open Girls: 2000 - present