dominant athletes alive

In a sport it is difficult and hard work demanding task for a player to make his place in some best ranking lists, but it become more difficult and demands more hard work when it comes to a ranking list which includes all kinds of sports.

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Most dominant athletes list is also concerns with all the prominent sports in the world. Here is a list of top 10 most dominant athletes from all kinds of sports.

The 10 most dominant athletes alive

10. Mitchell Starc – Cricket bowler

The 10 most dominant athletes alive
The 10 most dominant athletes alive

24 years old Starc is the world’s best bowler. Tall Fast bowler from Australia¬† played a vital role in leading his team to win Cricket world cup 2015. After Cricket World Cup title, the Guardian wrote, “No bowler has ever had a better World Cup.” He is included in the list of most dominant athletes alive at 10th position. at the moment he is nearing a unique feat in One Day Cricket, Fastest to Get 100 ODI’s Wickets.

9. Simone Biles – Gymnast

The 10 most dominant athletes alive
The 10 most dominant athletes alive

While she has yet to compete at the Olympics, 18 years old has taken over the sport of gymnastics since 2013. She won four gold medals at the last world championships. She is included in the list at 9th position which is a great achievement for her in young age. She is rising star in Brazil.

8. Novak Djokovic – Tennis player

The 10 most dominant athletes alive
The 10 most dominant athletes alive

27 years old Tennis player Novak Djokovic is placed at 8th position in the list of dominant athletes. With tennis’ Big Four slowly breaking up, Djokovic is best poised to dominate the sport. Djokovic went 61-8 in 2014, including a win at Wimbledon, and he’s 30-2 in 2015. He recently moved into sixth all time for consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the Emirates ATP Rankings.

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