WTA Odds N' Ends: WTA 125K Series Wrap

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Published November 11, 2013 12:00

WTA Odds N' Ends: WTA 125K Series Wrap
Alison Van Uytvanck

The second year of the WTA 125K Series of events wrapped up with Alison Van Uytvanck beating fellow Belgian Yanina Wickmayer in the final of the OEC Taipei WTA Ladies Open on Sunday.

That made it seven different players from seven different countries triumphant in the WTA 125K Series events so far:
2012 Taipei: Kristina Mladenovic (FRA)
2012 Pune: Elina Svitolina (UKR)
2013 Cali: Lara Arruabarrena (ESP)
2013 Suzhou: Shahar Peer (ISR)
2013 Ningbo: Bojana Jovanovski (SRB)
2013 Nanjing: Zhang Shuai (CHN)
2013 Taipei: Alison Van Uytvanck (BEL)

Here are the five players with the most match wins at WTA 125K Series events:
1. Zhang Shuai: 11
2t. Misaki Doi: 9
2t. Zheng Saisai: 9
4. Elina Svitolina: 8
5. Yanina Wickmayer: 7

Here are some other stats from the first two years of WTA 125K Series events:
Last games surrendered by a titlist: 28 for Svitolina at '12 Pune and Zhang at '13 Nanjing
Most games surrendered by a titlist: 45 for Mladenovic at '12 Taipei
No.1 seeds to win a title: Jovanovski at '13 Ningbo
Unseeded players to win a title: Van Uytvanck at '13 Taipei
Teens to win a title: Mladenovic at '12 Taipei, Svitolina at '12 Pune and Van Uytvanck at '13 Taipei

Ranking Risers
- Taipei champion Alison Van Uytvanck soared 29 spots to No.100 in making her Top 100 debut. That put Belgium on a list of 13 countries with at least three players in the Top 100:
1. USA: 11
2. GER: 7
3t. ESP: 6
3t. ITA: 6
3t. RUS: 6
3t. SVK: 6
7t. CZE: 5
7t. FRA: 5
9t. CHN: 4
9t. JPN: 4
9t. ROU: 4
12t. BEL: 3
12t.: SRB: 3

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