Believe it or not, but Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic and Caroline Wozniacki aren't just beautiful women.
They're tennis players, too. And they're currently plying their trade at 2011's first Grand Slam event, the Australian Open.
Among the top-ranked players on the court Down Under, there are a handful of beauties who deserve an equally high ranking for their off-the-court skills.
Take a look as we break down the top 10 hotties among the top 32 in the women's draw.
Remember, this list is limited to the top-ranked players competing in this year's Australian Open.
Sadly, there will be no Anna Kournikova, who hasn't played on the WTA Tour since 2003.
Like I said, Anna Kournikova...not appearing...not eligible...not on the list.
Finally, for the record, no Anna Kournikova on this list.
Though she's both beautiful and a former two-time doubles champion at the Australian Open, she will not appear any further.
Australian Open Ranking: 21
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 11
Wickmayer is a 21-year-old Belgian who's obviously in ridiculous shape.
Unfortunately for her, she fell to unseeded Anastasija Sevastova in the second round.
Thankfully, she looks even better off the court than she did on it.
Australian Open Ranking: 29
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 10
This super-cute 21-year-old from Slovakia stands just 5-foot-3, but her game packs a serious punch.
Cibulkova reached a career-high WTA ranking of No. 12 in July of 2009, but came into the Aussie Open as the 29th seed.
She made it to the third round before falling to top seed Caroline Wozniacki.
I have no idea what this photo is intended to represent (aside from an attractive woman getting some kind of mud-bath spa treatment), but I'm not complaining.
Australian Open Ranking: 7
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 9
Jankovic, the 7th-seeded player who calls Serbia home, has an absolutely astounding body...of work.
Janković, who clearly is right at home in a bikini, is seen by analysts as one of tougher and more fit players in the women's game. In fact, many refer to her as a counter-puncher.
A former world No. 1 and the runner-up in the 2008 U.S. Open, Jankovic suffered a surprising second-round upset loss to Shuai Peng in Australia.
Australian Open Ranking: 8
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 8
A 21-year-old player from Belarus, Azarenka tied her best ever Grand Slam performance with a run to the quarterfinals in last year's Aussie Open.
Clearly not afraid to show off her body, Azarenka posed for FHM back in 2009.
Azarenka has been criticized by analysts and ex-pros for the loud noise she makes when hitting the ball. She's also known for losing her temper on occasion during matches.
Australian Open Ranking: 2
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 7
Ah, yes, the Russian with the smoky blue eyes.
She also happens to be the No. 2 seed in this 2011 Australian Open tourney.
Yes, she may be beautiful, but she's also incredible on the court.
She reached two Grand Slam finals last year, losing to Serena Williams in the women's championship match at Wimbledon and falling to Kim Clijsters in the U.S. Open finale.
In Australia, she's already beaten Sybille Bammer, Bojana Jovanovski and 31st-ranked Czech Lucie Safarova. Next up she'll face Iveta Benasova in the fourth round.
"I think once you spend so many years on the tour and you really learn from it," said Zvonareva, "also you really understand that here it is, here is your Grand Slam, that's where you have to give your hundred percent, that's where you have to fight.
"Nothing is easy. Every single opponent is very tough. You just try to fight through every match. These kinds of tournaments, that's what you train for, that's what you practice for, and that's basically your only chances. I'm really enjoying that challenge."
Australian Open Ranking: 5
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 6
The 26-year-old Aussie had the home fans buzzing early in this year's Open, but Stosur fell in the third round to 6-foot Czech powerhouse Petra Kvitova.
"The three matches I played here, I felt really good and settled and comfortable out there," Stosur told reporters after her loss. "Really enjoyed it. You know, I know there was a little bit of pressure, more eyes on me and everything that I do. But I don't think that distracted me in any way."
When asked about what it would mean to win the Australian Open title in front of her home crowd, Stosur added some perspective to the excitement that would come with it.
"You know, it's one of those things, yes, I'd love to do it, all that, but it's not something I can go to bed thinking about each night. You have to think about all of the things you have to do to get to that point rather than the end result. I guess it's a work in progress."
Australian Open Ranking: 1
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 5
The 20-year-old Dane has already reached No. 1 in the rankings and is the top seed Down Under. The owner of 12 WTA singles titles and the runner-up at the 2009 U.S. Open, Wozniacki is looking to claim her first Grand Slam title in Australia.
Wozniacki has already reached the fourth round, and she's looked good doing it, taking down Gisela Dulko, Vania King and Dominika Cibulkova in the process.
The daughter of Polish immigrants, Wozniacki's mother played on the Polish national volleyball team, and her father played professional soccer.
Seen by many as the next big thing in women's tennis, Wozniacki would go a long toward cementing that title with a couple more wins Down Under.
In the meantime, she'll continue to impress her fans around the globe by wearing bikinis like this.
Australian Open Ranking: 28
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 4
Fans of the 27-year-old Slovakian have been waiting for years for her to blossom into a dominant player on the court, yet her best Grand Slam result is a semifinal loss in the Aussie Open in 2008.
Still, the classically beautiful Hantuchova has won three WTA singles titles and reached a career high of No. 5 in the rankings back in early 2003.
Sure, Hantuchova fell in the first round Down Under this year, but she never afraid to flaunt what she's got. And that makes her a winner in plenty of fans' books.
Hantuchova reportedly speaks three languages (Slovak, English and German), and was trained as a classical pianist.
As many of you fans will no doubt know, Hantuchova appeared in the 2009 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue alongside fellow tennis players Maria Kirilenko and Tatiana Golovin. Their pictorial was entitled "Volley of the Dolls." Get it?
Despite those long, long legs, one of Hantuchova's weaknesses on the court is said to be her movement on the court.
Of course, what might hinder her in tennis only makes her that much more successful in modeling.
No surprise here, but Hantuchová has appeared in many tennis-related video games with such players as Maria Sharapova, Venus Williams and Anna Kournikova.
Hantuchová is currently ranked third behind Serena Williams and Ana Ivanović in a poll for new downloadable players for Top Spin 3. Hantuchová is also a playable character in Virtua Tennis 2009.
Australian Open Ranking: 18
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 3
Kirilenko, a 23-year-old Muscovite, made waves a few years back by posing for the SI swimsuit issue.
We love your dad, Sir Paul, but that's a bad move, Stella. Steeeeeeeellllllllllaaaaaaaa!
The winner of five WTA titles so far, Kirilenko reached the quarters in the 2010 Australian Open, but fell this year in the first round to Iveta Benesova.
According to reports, Maria is dating fellow tennis player Igor Andreev, so at least she has someone to go home to.
In an interview prior to the Australian Open, Kirilenko was asked the following:
If you weren't a tennis player, what would you be?
"You never know. When I was small I was a ballet dancer.... I was doing both ballet dancing and tennis every day, two things in one day.... I'm happy I chose tennis, it's more useful!"
What's your best ever moment on the court?
"When you're winning it's always the best memory, and when you're winning the tournament.... I have a good memory from last year [at the Australian Open] in the first round when I beat Sharapova on Centre Court, I think that's a good one as well."
What's your New Year's resolution?
"Actually when it's New Years you just make a wish, and I mean I did a wish, but nothing [I can say] for this [interview]."
Despite her struggles this year Down Under, Kirilenko is a player on the rise.
Wow, I'll say.
Australian Open Ranking: 19
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 2
Another knockout who, unfortunately for viewers, was knocked out of the Australian Open much too quickly, Ivanovic is a former world No. 1 who has struggled on the court over the last two and half years.
She achieved her top ranking in June of 2008 after winning the French Open, her only Grand Slam win to this point, but the raven-haired Serb has struggled since then, failing to reach the quarterfinals in any Grand Slam.
She fell in the first round at this year's Australian Open.
But she has had several high-profile relationships off the court.
Ivanović confirmed in November 2008 that she was romantically involved with Spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco, but the relationship reportedly ended a few months later. Ivanović then dated Australian golfer Adam Scott for a bit before they broke it off in August 2010.
She is also known to be friendly with Novak Djokovic, whom she has known since the age of 5, and current ATP No. 1 Rafael Nadal.
Aside from her tennis, Ivanović also studies finance at a Belgrade university and is trying to learn Spanish in her spare time.
Looks like she also enjoys catching some rays on the beach.
Ana Ivanovic is working on her cannonball.
In a pool.
In a bikini top.
Need I say more?
In 2007, Ivanović became a UNICEF national ambassador and takes a special interest in the fields of education and child protection.
She seems (and looks) like a wonderful, well-rounded person.
So know that your fans are with you, Ana Ivanovic.
Keep up the great work both on and off the court.
Australian Open Ranking: 14
Official Attractiveness Ranking: 1
Ivanovic is great, but she's no Sharapova. Perhaps never before has a player so talented looked so fantastic doing it.
Let's start on the court, where Maria has won three of the four Grand Slams, including the Australian Open back in 2008.
After capturing the world's interest with her breakout win at Wimbledon in 2004, she continued her quick rise to the top, achieving the world No. 1 ranking in August of 2005.
At the tender age of just 23, this gorgeous, tall (6-foot-2) Russian native with the supermodel look has now won 22 singles titles.
But thanks to her beauty and her kind public demeanor, she's been insanely successful outside of tennis as well.
She has done a good amount of modeling, including a pictorial in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. She has also been featured in all kinds of ads for companies like Nike, Prince, Canon and many more. Sharapova was the most searched-for athlete on Yahoo! in both 2005 and 2008.
And Maria is still alive Down Under, having reached the round of 16 with victories so far over Tamarine Tanasugarn, Virginie Razzano and the aptly named Julia Goerges.
So let's root on the lovely Maria.
She may be No. 14 on your scorecards, but she's certainly No. 1 in our hearts.
So what do you think of the attractiveness rankings? Legit or unfair?
And how will things play out on the court?
Whatever the case, these women will have made the 2011 Australian Open that much more beautiful of an event.
Thanks for flipping through, and enjoy the rest of the tournament.