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Stay Tuned - Much More To Come...

From year-end countdowns to awards and looking back over the last 40 years to looking forward to 2014, there's a lot to come on wtatennis.com in the next few weeks - you'll want to stick around...

Published November 10, 2013 12:00

The season may have wrapped up at the last WTA 125K Series event of the year, the OEC Taipei WTA Ladies Open, but over the next several weeks you'll want to stick around on wtatennis.com.

While there won't be any more live action, we'll be bringing you a bunch of countdowns of all the best action from the year - most viewed videos, most popular players, the awards (voting opens soon!)

There will be all kinds of features to go along with those too, including the traditional Season In Review, our picks for who to watch out for in 2014, more turning back the clock for 40 LOVE, and more.

Plus, the new season is only a matter of weeks away - watch this space for all of the biggest news from the off-season, including announcements, exhibitions, postcards from sunny beaches around the world, plus all the latest on where and how the stars of the WTA are preparing for the Australian season.

But for now, have a look back at some of the very best the WTA stars brought us this year...

Marion Bartoli

Ekaterina Makarova, Elena Vesnina

Agnieszka Radwanska

Mary Pierce

Topics: 2013, news
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