These women are not only good in their respective sports, but they also add plenty of glamour to the mix. Here are the top 10 hottest women in Indian sports:



#10 Jwala Gutta (badminton)


Jwala Gutta is a left-handed Indian badminton player who has won the National Badminton Championships as many as 13 times. One of the best women's doubles badminton players India has ever produced, Gutta is also an Arjuna Awardee. Pairing with Ashwini Ponnappa, she won a bronze medal at the 2011 London World Championship. She also won the silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

#9 Sunitha Rao (tennis)


Sunitha Rao is a former American tennis playerofIndianbackground. Rao has 8 career titles on the ITF Women's Circuit and has reached 7 finals in singles. Sunitha has played for India at theFedCupand2008 Summer Olympics.

#8 Sonika Kaliraman (wrestling)


Sonika is the only female wrestler who has represented India in the Asian Games; she was a member of the Doha Asian Games squad in 2006.She has also featured in the reality TV show 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' with Bollywood star Akshay Kumar.

#7 Prachi Tehlan (netball)


Prachi Tehlan has played both basketballand netballat the professional level for India and has won various medals in her sporting career. She was the captainof theIndian netball team at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.Under her captaincy the Indian team won itsfirst medal at the South Asian Beach Gamesheld atHambantota, Sri Lankain 2011.

#6 Akanksha Singh (basketball)


Akanksha Singh is the captain of the India women's national basketball team. In 2010, Akanksha was awarded the Most Valuable Player in Indias first Professional Basketball league, MBPL 2010. She is one of the most skilled ball handlers in the country right now. Akanksha has been given the 'Best Player' award in many national and state championships.

#5 Sania Mirza (tennis)


Sania Mirza is the most decorated female Indian tennis player of all time. She is the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India, with a career high ranking of 27 in singles and 7 in doubles. She is the first Indian female player to surpass US$ 1m in career earnings and also the first Indian to win a WTA Tour title.

Playing for the Indian Aces in the International Premier Tennis League, Mirza is proving to be a strong force in women’s double’s tennis.

#4 Saina Nehwal (badminton)


Saina Nehwal is India's best ever female badminton player, having attained a career best ranking of 2. She became the only Indian to win a medal in badminton at the Olympics when she won bronze at London 2012. She is the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships and was also the first Indian to win a Super Series tournament, by winning at the Indonesia Open on 21 June 2009.

#3 Dipika Pallikal (squash)


Dipika Pallikal is an accomplished Indian squash player. She is the first Indian woman to enter the top 10 of WSA rankings. Dipika won 3 WISPA tour titles in 2011; she was also the runner up at the Tournament of Champions in 2012 and she reached the semifinals of the Australian Open that same year. She won her sixth WSA title by winning the Meadowood Pharmacy Open in February 2013. She also won gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

#2 Tania Sachdev (chess)


Tania Sachdevis an Indianchessplayer, who holds the titles ofInternational Master (2008) andWoman Grandmaster (2005). By virtue of becoming the eighth Indian Woman Grandmaster, Tania was given the prestigiousArjuna Awardin 2009.


#1 Sharmila Nicollet (golf)


Sharmila Nicolletis anIndo-Frenchprofessional golfer.Nicollet has represented India at the Doha Asian Games in Doha 2006. She became the youngest female golfer to win theAll-India Ladies Amateur Championshipin 20072008.She is also the youngest Indian golfer to qualify for the Ladies European Tour. Nicollet was the champion at the Hero-KGA tournament in 2012.She has a total of 11 wins on the Women's Golf Association of India tour.
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