It's late June, so it must be that time of the year for the Wimbledon Championships.
It's when the greatest players in the world face-off against one another for a chance to compete for one of tennis' oldest and most coveted titles.
The tournament not only brings world-class talent to Wimbledon, but also brings together a lot of female eye-candy from all over the globe.
Who will come out on top of this list? Click to find out.
Here are the 20 hottest women players of Wimbledon...
Jelena Dokic's career highlights include a semifinal appearance at Wimbledon in 2000.
The previous year, she ousted former World No.1 Martina Hingis at Wimbledon in 1999.
This year, Dokic failed to make the Championships after losing in the second round of Wimbledon qualifications.
As we look at Dokic from behind, this photo might foreshadow her future in tennis.
She might be walking away from the sport for good and calling it career.
Michelle Larcher de Brito is the youngest one on this list.
Already ranked as high as number 76 in the world, she is projected to one day become a top 10 player.
Larcher de Brito is also known for her extremely loud grunting during matches.
Barring a huge upset, it looks like we won't get an extended look of this young beauty at Wimbledon.
The beauty is due to face defending champion Serena Williams in the first round.
Country: Czech Republic
Iveta Benesova is a Wimbledon veteran, having advanced to the second round in 2007 and 2009.
Her highest world ranking is No.25.
This year, she is seeded no.60.
Iveta shows us in this photo that she can be intense yet still be very attractive.
Serena Williams is a three-time singles and four-time doubles Wimbledon champion.
She is currently the World's no.1 singles and doubles player.
Williams will be defending last year's Wimbledon title as the no.1 seed.
No one bulges out their attire as much as Serena; she gets just as much talk wearing a bathing suit as her trademark flashy outfits on the tennis court.
Elena Vesnina has competed at Wimbledon since her debut on grass in 2006 and her strongest showing was last year when she made it to the fourth round.
Her highest world ranking is no.22.
At this year's tournament she is seeded no.41.
Elena doesn't seem like she would fold easily under pressure as she exudes a very carefree and fun-loving vibe.
Although she's one of the oldest on this list, Venus hasn't lost it yet.
She's a five-time Wimbledon champion and is currently ranked number two in the world.
She is also seeded number two for the tournament.
Plus, unlike her sister, I don't think I find her as intimidating in a bathing suit.
Sania Mirza has advanced to the second round of Wimbledon each of the last two years.
Her highest career world ranking is no.27.
This year, she's a no. 113 seed and she's got a tough first round opponent in no. 55 player Angelique Kerber of Germany.
We might not see much of Mirza after that, so enjoy this photo and her cute nose piercing now before her Wimbledon run ends.
Last year, Sorana Cirstea gave her best Wimbledon performance, advancing to the third round.
Her highest ranking is no.23.
She's known for her neat and controlled style on the tennis court.
Did this translate to being a control freak off the court?
Wouldn't you like to find out.
Victoria Azarenka is seeded at no.14 for this year's tournament.
Azarenka is another one of those notorious grunters on the tennis court.
She's also known for being very aggressive on the baseline.
So she's loud and aggressive; I know what you're thinking...
Sabine Lisicki is ranked number 40 in the world and reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals in 2009.
Young and talented, the good news for everyone is that we'll be seeing more of her in the future.
Daniela Hantuchova is currently ranked No.25 in the world.
Her best Wimbledon showing came in 2002 when she reached the quarterfinals.
A few years back, rumors circulated that Hantuchova was anorexic.
She looks perfectly healthy to me.
Dominika Cibulkova was ranked as high as number 12 in the world and has shown improvement in her last two Wimbledon appearances.
She advanced to the third round in 2009 after losing in the first round in 2008.
Who knows if a Wimbledon title will ever be in her future since she prefers hard surfaces.
At least she looks good in white.
It is unfortunate that Elena Dementieva will not play at Wimbledon this year.
Had she not pulled out because of a calf injury, she would have been the number five seed.
Injured or not, she still deserves a spot on this list. Don't you agree?
Caroline Wozniacki is a young star and ranked number three in the world.
She advanced all the way to the fourth round of Wimbledon last year as the number nine seed.
This year as the three seed, she's expected to see some dangerous opponents.
Caroline's got a classic girl next door look and world-class talent.
Flavia Pennetta is also one of the elder stateswomen on this list but she's still ranked number 11 in the world.
Her best Wimbledon outing was in 2005 and 2006 when she advanced to the fourth round.
She's not much of a grass player but Flavia could surprise us after getting a favorable draw this year.
Something about Flavia just spells sexy...
Gisela Dulko is currently ranked number 42 in the world.
Over the last two years she has advanced to the third round of Wimbledon.
Although she can't wear those heels on the tennis court, she's been known to look super hot rocking a head band.
Arantxa Rus is an up-and-comer in tennis rankings as well as hot lists like this one.
She's currently the number 125 player in the world.
Here's to hoping Rus beats number 89 seed Kai-Cheng Chang in the first round of the tournament so she we can see more of her in Wimbledon.
Maria Sharapova is a former 2004 Wimbledon Champion.
Now seeded number 16, she is still capable of doing some damage in the tournament.
Sharapova has battled through injuries over the past few years and still trying to regain her old form.
She may have taken a dip in athletic performance but she's still hot.
Maria Kirilenko will be seeded no.28 in this year's Wimbledon.
Last year, she only made it to the second round.
Grass seems to be a weakness for her.
In her career, Kirilenko has had more success playing in hard and clay surfaces.
In the picture above, she looks to be doing just fine playing in sand.
Two years ago, Ana Ivanovic was the world's number one tennis player.
This year in Wimbledon, she's a first round underdog against number 13 seed Shahar Peer.
Don't worry Ana, you're still number one on this list.