Official Player Sites - Female
Here are some official WTA player websites that I've come across. If you know of a site that should be added to the list, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer Capriati: Webmasters have no interaction with Jen's people at all, but they do what they can.
Kim Clijsters: A well-updated site with Kim's diary as its highlight.
Nathalie Dechy: Anyone who has a page on her official site dedicated to her love of chocolate is okay with me.
Marta Domachowska: Nice photo gallery.
Steffi Graf: Current marketing and charity activities.
Anna-Lena Groenefeld: Anna-Lena keeps a fairly regular diary under the "Fan Zone" section of her site.
Justine Henin-Hardenne: Periodic entries by Justine and her coach.
Daniela Hantuchova: Looks more like a model's website than a tennis player's.
Ana Ivanovic: Quite a nice site for such a new player although it does have its "model" aspects as well.
Jelena Jankovic: A bit awkward to navigate. She takes the "model" approach to an official website (must be something about this part of the alphabet) and her site mostly consists of lots and lots of very nice photos of her, especially off-court photos.
Maria Kirilenko: Average.
Anna Kournikova: All about Anna and her current activities. And some tennis too.
Magdalena Maleeva: Sparse, but frequently updated.
Amelie Mauresmo: French and English versions. Great.
Anastasia Myskina: Still in the "Coming Soon" stage.
Nadia Petrova: Very nice site.
Virginie Razzano: Only in French and not up-to-date.
Gabriela Sabatini: All about perfumes, but if you look really hard you can find signs she was once a tennis player.
Ipek Senoglu: She's not much of a tennis player (Turkey's #1), but she runs a really nice website with lots of diary entries.
Selima Sfar: An excellent site for Tunesia's top player. Only in French.
Maria Sharapova: This isn't a standard official site, but motorola has a site for Sharapova with some good off-court videos and an (infrequent) blog kept by Maria.
Ai Sugiyama: Mostly in Japanese, but oddly with some English too although not enough to understand the pages.
Nicole Vaidisova: This site isn't quite live yet, but there is some stuff there.
Serena Williams: Frightening color scheme but lots and lots of stuff here, including e-mail newsletter.
Venus Williams: Ditto.
Vera Zvonareva: Good.