Sharapova will enter the U.S. Open as the top-ranked women's tennis player after passing Lindsay Davenport in the Women's Tennis Association rankings
Winning tennis competition isn't something new for marvelous tennis player Maria Sharapova. Though, becoming the top-ranked women's tennis player in the Women's Tennis Association rankings is quite a surprising and becomes the proud of the female athlete.
Tops the bill with 4,452 points, Sharapova definitely beats American tennis player Lindsay Davenport, who lost the top spot after 10 months with 4,300 points. "When you look at the incredible competitiveness and depth in women's tennis these days, it's really amazing to be No. 1,'' Sharapova said in a WTA Tour statement.
Further she revealed "I want to represent women's tennis with the same class and style as the other great players.'' At No. 3 is Amelie Mauresmo of France with 3,718 points.