These ladies have their eyes on the prize: winning it all at SW19 in London.
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Sharapova is coming into Wimbledon on a high after winning the French Open a couple of weeks back. Even with that win, she enters the fray as the fifth seed. It's hard to believe that it's 10 years since the Russian won her one and only Wimbledon title, but the 6'2" 27-year-old just might be the one to beat in this year's tournament.
Lisicki comes into Wimbledon as the 19th seed, even though she was a finalist last year. However, a shoulder injury and some indifferent form this year sees her coming into the tournament under the radar.
Cibulkova is the tenth seed at this year's Wimbledon, and she currently holds the same spot in the world rankings. The Slovakian was runner-up to Li Na at this year's first major in Australia, so she knows how to get to the final at a Grand Slam. Her best showing at Wimbledon this far is a quarterfinal appearance in 2011.
Ivanovic comes into Wimbledon as the 11th seed, but the former world No. 1 can put it up to anyone on her day. The Serbian won the French Open in 2008, and her best performance at Wimbledon came in 2007, when she got to the semifinal.
Bouchard is an up-and-coming talent from Canada who was named the 2013 WTA Newcomer of the Year. The 20-year-old made the semifinals of both the Australian and French Opens this year, and that experience on the big stage could help her this year at Wimbledon, where she enters the fray seeded 13th.
Serena needs no introduction. She has won Wimbledon five times, and she'll come into this tournament supermotivated after her upset loss in the early rounds of the French Open. Expect the top seed to be there or thereabouts come the final weekend of play.
Halep comes into the tournament as the third seed. The 22-year-old Romanian is coming into this tournament in good form. She played a great French Open and was beaten in the final by Maria Sharapova. However, the grass at Wimbledon is a totally different challenge, and she'll hope to improve on her previous best showing (Second Round, 2011, 2013) this year.
Wozniacki, who comes into Wimbledon as the 16th seed, has had a tough year off court with the well-publicized end of her engagement to former world No. 1 golfer, Rory McIlroy. However, the former world No. 1 tennis player now has the chance to concentrate fully on her career, and a good performance on the grass courts would be a great way to help her move on.
Radwanska is the fourth seed in the women's draw, and she knows how to navigate her way through the tourney. In 2012, she made the final and lost in three sets to Serena Williams. The 25-year-old, who is currently ranked fourth in the world, will hope to go one better this year.
Azarenka, the two-time Australian Open champ and former world No. 1, comes into Wimbledon as the eighth seed. The Russian reached the semifinal in both 2011 and 2012, and she will hope to push on this year. The Belarusian is known as a dogged competitor, and that tough streak might help her in the heat of battle at SW19.
The talented Italian is seeded 12 at this year's Wimbledon, and the 32-year-old veteran will hope to at least match her performance of last year, when she advanced to the fourth round.