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WTA Countdown: Top 5 Video Highlights

No.5, No.4, No.3, No.2 and now No.1 - the countdown of most-viewed highlight video of 2013 wraps up today with a battle between legends, megastars, icons... Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.

Published November 15, 2013 12:03

All year you've been reading stories, looking at photo galleries and watching videos on wtatennis.com - well, now it's time to see which things you, the fans, liked the best throughout the 2013 season.

That brings us to this week's WTA Countdown: The Top 5 Video Highlights Of 2013, where we count down the five most-viewed highlight videos on wtatennis.com, one a day until No.1 today.

The No.1-most viewed highlight video of 2013 was Serena Williams against Maria Sharapova in a three set grinder in the final of the Sony Open Tennis, with Sharapova defying the head-to-head and going up a set and a break, 64 32, but Williams going on overdrive from there to win it. See for yourself!

No.1 Video Highlight Of 2013: Serena Vs Maria In Miami
Serena Williams

No.2 Video Highlight Of 2013: Venus Vanquishes Vika In Tokyo
Venus Williams

No.3 Video Highlight Of 2013: Serena Outdoes Vika In Rome
Victoria Azarenka

No.4 Video Highlight Of 2013: Serena & Li Go To Three In Istanbul
Li Na

No.5 Video Highlight Of 2013: Serena Edges Petra In Doha
Petra Kvitova

And starting Monday, the Top 5 most-viewed Shots Of The Day of 2013... stay tuned!

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