Top 3 Famous Female Athletes in The U.S.

Many athletes, in addition to being the best in what they do, be it running, tennis, golf or even soccer, also want to be famous. That said there are many female athletes who have managed to achieve this fate of being famous as well as being the best in the sports that they take part in and in this article I will be sharing with you three female athletes in the U.S. who are famous and very good at what they do.

Maria Sharapova
At just 27 years old, Maria Sharapova has been named the World No. 1five times. Over the years Sharapova has become more than just an athlete, she has managed to create a very good brand which extends as far as any male athlete star. In 2013, she was named the highest paid female athlete in the world.

Danica Patrick
Danica Patrick is without a doubt a household name by now and according to a poll released by Harris, Danica Patrick was chosen as the favorite female athlete by men who took part in the poll. Despite her success, Patrick has had in the past few years a number of critics who have criticized her actions but the fact of the matter is that Patrick drives rating and moves needle for one reason and one reason only, she is loved by many people.

Serena Williams
Currently ranked number one, Serena Williams has without a doubt cemented her name in the tennis world. Her career has seen her win numerous trophies on several occasions as well as earn a huge sum of money. In addition to that she has also started a fashion line recently. That said Williams is without a doubt the top female athlete in the U.S.

 

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