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40 LOVE Flashback: The Top 10 In 2003

Two Belgians, two Russians, four Americans, a Frenchwoman and a Japanese made up the year-end Top 10 a decade ago. Can you name all 10 players? Take your guesses and then see if you got them...

Published December 12, 2013 12:03

Year-End No.10 in 2003 - Ai Sugiyama. She actually made her Top 10 debut on the year-end rankings.
Year-End No.10 in 2003 - Ai Sugiyama. She actually made her Top 10 debut on the year-end rankings.
Year-End No.9 in 2003 - Chanda Rubin. This was the only year-end Top 10 finish Rubin had in her career.
Year-End No.9 in 2003 - Chanda Rubin. This was the only year-end Top 10 finish Rubin had in her career.
Year-End No.8 in 2003 - Elena Dementieva. She won titles at Amelia Island, Bali and Shanghai in 2003.
Year-End No.8 in 2003 - Elena Dementieva. She won titles at Amelia Island, Bali and Shanghai in 2003.
Year-End No.7 in 2003 - Anastasia Myskina. Myskina would make it up to No.2 in the world the next year.
Year-End No.7 in 2003 - Anastasia Myskina. Myskina would make it up to No.2 in the world the next year.
Year-End No.6 in 2003 - Jennifer Capriati. She was just edged for a Top 5 spot by another American...
Year-End No.6 in 2003 - Jennifer Capriati. She was just edged for a Top 5 spot by another American...
Year-End No.5 in 2003 - Lindsay Davenport. Davenport would finish 2004 and 2005 as the year-end No.1.
Year-End No.5 in 2003 - Lindsay Davenport. Davenport would finish 2004 and 2005 as the year-end No.1.
Year-End No.4 in 2003 - Amélie Mauresmo. She would rise to No.1 for the first time the next fall.
Year-End No.4 in 2003 - Amélie Mauresmo. She would rise to No.1 for the first time the next fall.
Year-End No.3 in 2003 - Serena Williams. She won two majors in 2003 but missed all post-Wimbledon events.
Year-End No.3 in 2003 - Serena Williams. She won two majors in 2003 but missed all post-Wimbledon events.
Year-End No.2 in 2003 - Kim Clijsters. Clijsters was just 75 points away from the year-end No.1 spot...
Year-End No.2 in 2003 - Kim Clijsters. Clijsters was just 75 points away from the year-end No.1 spot...
Year-End No.1 in 2003 - Justine Henin. Henin edged Clijsters for No.1 in ranking points, 6628 to 6553.
Year-End No.1 in 2003 - Justine Henin. Henin edged Clijsters for No.1 in ranking points, 6628 to 6553.
  • Year-End No.10 in 2003 - Ai Sugiyama. She actually made her Top 10 debut on the year-end rankings.
  • Year-End No.9 in 2003 - Chanda Rubin. This was the only year-end Top 10 finish Rubin had in her career.
  • Year-End No.8 in 2003 - Elena Dementieva. She won titles at Amelia Island, Bali and Shanghai in 2003.
  • Year-End No.7 in 2003 - Anastasia Myskina. Myskina would make it up to No.2 in the world the next year.
  • Year-End No.6 in 2003 - Jennifer Capriati. She was just edged for a Top 5 spot by another American...
  • Year-End No.5 in 2003 - Lindsay Davenport. Davenport would finish 2004 and 2005 as the year-end No.1.
  • Year-End No.4 in 2003 - Amélie Mauresmo. She would rise to No.1 for the first time the next fall.
  • Year-End No.3 in 2003 - Serena Williams. She won two majors in 2003 but missed all post-Wimbledon events.
  • Year-End No.2 in 2003 - Kim Clijsters. Clijsters was just 75 points away from the year-end No.1 spot...
  • Year-End No.1 in 2003 - Justine Henin. Henin edged Clijsters for No.1 in ranking points, 6628 to 6553.
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