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India's Top 10 Beautiful Sportswomen

India's Top 10 Beautiful Sportswomen. Sania Mirza, Saina Nehwal, Deepika Pallikal, Jwala Gutta etc make it to the list of most glamorous sportswomen in India.

India TV News Desk [ Updated: March 14, 2016 14:40 IST ]
  • A sports website sportskeeda dotcom has published a survey of India's top 10 beautiful sportswomen and come out with its results. Tennis star Sania Mirza, the first India female player to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam. She is ranked No. 1 in the women's doubles rankings. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis have won three Grand Slam titles together in since winning the Wimbledon 2015.
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    A sports website sportskeeda dotcom has published a survey of India's top 10 beautiful sportswomen and come out with its results. Tennis star Sania Mirza, the first India female player to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam. She is ranked No. 1 in the women's doubles rankings. Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis have won three Grand Slam titles together in since winning the Wimbledon 2015.

  • Shikha Oberoi, born and brought up in the US, took up a tennis racquet at the age of six. She took part in the 2004 US Open.
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    Shikha Oberoi, born and brought up in the US, took up a tennis racquet at the age of six. She took part in the 2004 US Open.

  • Sharmila Nicollet is India's finest female golfer who recently won the Women's Professional Golf Tour.
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    Sharmila Nicollet is India's finest female golfer who recently won the Women's Professional Golf Tour.

  • Jwala Gutta was recently in the news over her filing a divorce from her husband after reports of her being close to Mohammed Azharuddin appeared in the media, which the latter denied. Jwala is one of India s finest female badminton players and has won the national title seven times.
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    Jwala Gutta was recently in the news over her filing a divorce from her husband after reports of her being close to Mohammed Azharuddin appeared in the media, which the latter denied. Jwala is one of India s finest female badminton players and has won the national title seven times.

  • Sonika Kaliraman is India's only female wrestler to represent the country at the Asian Games. Born in Haryana, Sonika has also taken part in Khatron Ke Khiladi reality TV show.
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    Sonika Kaliraman is India's only female wrestler to represent the country at the Asian Games. Born in Haryana, Sonika has also taken part in Khatron Ke Khiladi reality TV show.

  • Everbody knows who Saina Nehwal is. She is presently the World No.2 among women badminton players. She recently won three international tournaments in a row and came back to India to walk on the ramp!
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    Everbody knows who Saina Nehwal is. She is presently the World No.2 among women badminton players. She recently won three international tournaments in a row and came back to India to walk on the ramp!

  • Tanya Sachdeva is a graduate from Delhi University's Venkateswara College. She won her Arjuna Award in 2009.
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    Tanya Sachdeva is a graduate from Delhi University's Venkateswara College. She won her Arjuna Award in 2009.

  • Shikha Tandon was the only female Indian swimmer to represent the country in 2004 Olympics. She won the Arjuna award in 2005 and has seven national records to her credit.
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    Shikha Tandon was the only female Indian swimmer to represent the country in 2004 Olympics. She won the Arjuna award in 2005 and has seven national records to her credit.

  • India's basketball team member Pratima Singh is a Delhi University graduate. She has won accolades in several events.
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    India's basketball team member Pratima Singh is a Delhi University graduate. She has won accolades in several events.

  • 18 year old squash player Deepika Pallikal won the race. Born on September 21, 1991 in Chennai, Deepika began playing squash at the age of six. She holds the 35th ranking in world squash.
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    18 year old squash player Deepika Pallikal won the race. Born on September 21, 1991 in Chennai, Deepika began playing squash at the age of six. She holds the 35th ranking in world squash.

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