10 most beautiful Serbian female athletes

10 most beautiful Serbian female athletes

They are successful in their sports. Their personalities will charm you and their smiles will captivate you. These Serbian beauties are known as strong, successful and beautiful women. We give the 10 most beautiful top-notch female athletes from Serbia! 1. Ana Ivanović (Tennis) This young woman from Belgrade not only carries the title of the

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They are successful in their sports. Their personalities will charm you and their smiles will captivate you. These Serbian beauties are known as strong, successful and beautiful women. We give the 10 most beautiful top-notch female athletes from Serbia!

1. Ana Ivanović (Tennis)

This young woman from Belgrade not only carries the title of the most beautiful Serbian tennis player but of the most beautiful tennis player in the world. Ana Ivanović has been proclaimed the most beautiful female tennis player for a couple of years now, and according to many, the beautiful Serbian athlete “has won both tennis matches and the hearts of male fans”.

Ana Ivanovic

Ana Ivanović was born on the November 6, 1987 in the Serbian capital. Loving and looking up to Monika Seleš, she picked up the tennis racket for the first time at the age of five. That is when her tennis career started, and she has, since then, claimed WTA titles and one Grand Slam title – Roland Garros. Her highest World ranking was 1st place which she held for 12 weeks.

2. Ivana Španović (Athletics)

The best female athlete in Serbia, in the Balkans and in Europe is also one of the most beautiful ones. With her talent, beauty and recognizable smile, Ivana Španović managed to win not only numerous medals but to win over many male admirers.

Ivana Spanovic

This charming athlete was born on May 10, 1990 in Zrenjanin. Like her mother, Ivana began training athletics when she was seven. The young Serbian beauty “owns” many awards and medals, and one of them is the title of the most beautiful contestant of the 2008 Olympics.

3. Ivana Maksimović (Sports shooting)

Many deem this famous athlete, Serbia’s representative in sports shooting, to be one of the most charismatic Serbian female athletes. These are all the traits of the young, successful and always smiling Ivana Maksimović.

Ivana Maksimovic

Photo: www.story.rs

Ivana was born on May 2, 1990 in Belgrade, and began training sports shooting in 2002. She won awards in many European and world competitions, and participated in the Summer Olympics of 2012 where she won the silver medal.

4. Milica Mandić (Taekwondo)

Milica’s one girl you don’t want to mess with! Even though she’s beautiful and looks gentle and fragile, this young athlete is an Olympic taekwondo champion! The beautiful Serbian representative won the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics becoming the first gold medalist for independent Serbia.

Milica Mandic

Photo: Goran Srdanov

Milica was born on December 6, 1991 in Belgrade. She won numerous awards and medals, and the Olympic Committee of Serbia named the best athlete of 2012.

5. Ivana Nešović (Volleyball)

Known as one of the most beautiful and most charming Serbian women, Ivana Nešović is a female volleyball player from Serbia currently playing as an opposite for the Greek club Olympiacos and the Serbian women’s national volleyball team. Even though the sports she plays requires a man’s strength and an aggressive attitude, Ivana remained tough on the court but feminine in her private life.

Ivana Nesovic

Photo: www.contra.gr

The beautiful Serbian athlete was born on July 23, 1988. Her professional career started in 2003 in Red Star and in the same season the club won the national championship. After being the team captain for Red Star for three years, she signed a contract with Italian club Asystel Novara.

6. Bojana Jovanovski (Tennis)

After Ana Ivanović and Jelena Janković, Bojana Jovanovski is the best ranked female Serbian tennis player. The beautiful athlete was the youngest competitor to end up in the top 100, and due to her beauty and sophistication she is more and more associated with fashion runways.

Bojana Jovanovski

Bojana was born on December 31, 1991 in Belgrade. The young tennis player has many tournaments and many successes, the biggest of which are the Australian Open and Wimbledon Grand Slam, to show for herself.

7. Milica Dabović (Basketball)

The famous Serbian professional basketball player and the captain of the Serbian women’s national basketball team is also one of the Serbian athletes who attracts the most attention. Be it with her successful sports career, attractive appearance, dynamic performance or temperament, Milica leaves nobody indifferent.

Milica Dabovic

This beautiful basketball player was born on February 16, 1982 and started her professional career in 1998. She led the Serbian national team to 4th place at the 2013 EuroBasket and at the 2014 FIBA World Championship to the semi-finals. Her greatest achievement was leading the team at the EuroBasket 2015 where they won the gold medal.

8. Jovana Brakočević (Volleyball)

It was in 4th grade of primary school that Jovana knew that volleyball was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Today, she is one of the most famous and successful professional volleyball players from Serbia as well as one of the most beautiful athletes from this country. She also won many awards and appraisals.

Jovana Brakocevic

Photo: www.worldofvolley.com

Jovana was born on March 5, 1988, and her first big game was when she played for the seniors at the World Volleyball Championship in Japan in 2006. That’s when Serbia and Montenegro won 3rd place which was the team’s highest achievement in history.

9. Sanja Damnjanović (Handball)

Another Serbian woman who can pride herself not only on her sports achievements but on her beauty as well. Sanja is a famous Serbian female handballer representative who plays for the Macedonian club ŽRK Vardar.

Sanja Damnjanovic

The beautiful Serbian athlete was born on May 25, 1987, and was a member of the ideal team of the 2012 European Championship on the position of the left back.

10. Stefana Veljković (Volleyball)

Many say that this volleyball player from Jagodina isn’t just the most beautiful volleyball player in Serbia but in the whole world. Stefana is the proud owner many titles such as the most perspective volleyball player of the 2006 Serbia and Montenegro Pioneer Championship and the 2010 best Serbian female volleyball player according to the Sports Journal magazine.

Stefana Veljkovic

Photo: www.zimbio.com

The famous volleyball player was born on January 9, 1990 and is a member of the Serbian Volleyball national team. She was also named the best athlete of the Red Star Sports Association for 2009.

So, what’s your opinion – who deserves the title of the most beautiful female athlete from Serbia?




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