Li Na is a Chinese former tennis player. A former world No. 2, Li Na won two Grand Slam singles titles over the course of her career. She achieved international recognition in 2011 after becoming the first Asian Grand Slam singles champion. In 2019, she became the first Asian-born player to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Chinese tennis star Wang Qiang had begun playing tennis at the tender age of 9. She was initially trained in Japan and grew up idolizing Steffi Graf. Best known for her serve and her speed, she became the second-highest-ranked player from her country, after Li Na, when she ranked 12th in singles.
Chinese tennis player Zheng Saisai is not just a 2-time Olympian but also has five WTA doubles titles in her kitty. She began training in tennis at age 8, at the same academy where her mother worked. She is also known as Jaguar for her pace and footwork.
Wang Xinyu is a Chinese professional tennis player who won the 2018 Australian Open Junior as well as Wimbledon Junior. After turning pro in 2018, Wang Xinyu has competed in Grand Slam events, such as the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and US Open.
Zheng Jie is a Chinese former professional tennis player who won four WTA singles titles during her illustrious career that spanned 12 years. One of the most celebrated tennis players from China, Zheng also won 15 doubles titles, including the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2006. In 2008, she won an Olympic bronze along with her partner Yan Zi.