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Your Say: The Best Matches Of 2013

While we were counting down the Top 5 most-viewed match highlight videos on wtatennis.com recently, we asked you to tell us your favorite matches of the year - and you answered. Here's what you said.

Published November 25, 2013 12:03

Your Say: The Best Matches Of 2013
Maria Kirilenko

Here's what you told us when we asked you what your favorite match of 2013 was. What was the one you wrote in most about? Scroll to the bottom of this article to find out... and thank you for writing in!

Here are some of the matches you loved this year...

My favorite match of 2013 was the French Open final between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova. It was great to see Serena's emotion after winning the French again, 11 years after her first one.
~ Andre

Simona Halep versus Kvitova in the New Haven final.
~ Theresina

Samantha and Duval.
~ Ruth

Bartoli against everyone at Wimbledon. Focused and ruthless in every match.
~ Jason

My favourite match had to be Venus defeating Simona Halep in Tokyo. The in-form Halep was red-hot favourite to win but Venus found her vintage groundstrokes and volleys from somewhere when she needed them; just like a champion. Her excellent semifinal finish means she's still a force to be reckoned with come 2014.
~ Will, England

Venus beating Vika! Loved it.
~ Gail

Radwanska-Lisicki (Wimbledon semifinals).
~ Viktor

Ana Ivanovic Vs Angelique Kerber in Fed Cup.
~ Radmilovic

My favourite match of the year is the match between Serena Williams and Svetlana Kuznetsova in the French Open quarterfinals, where I thought it would be a repeat of the loss of Serena to Svetlana during the quarterfinals in the same Open way back in 2009, where Svetlana eventually emerged as the winner of the Open...
~ Franco

Serena Williams and Sabine Lisicki at Wimbledon.
~ Hesham

Serena Williams vs Sara Errani in the French Open semifinals.
~ Xander

Serena vs Petra in Doha.
~ Daniele

My favourite match was Victoria Azarenka vs Serena Williams at the US Open - Serena won, 75 67 61. It was tight for the first and second sets but Serena just blew her away in the third.
~ Harry

Kirilenko-Kerber in Monterrey, Kirilenko-Radwanska in Indian Wells and Kirilenko-Lisicki in Pattaya.
~ Maxime

Halep beating Ivanovic in Sofia after being 3-0 down in the last set and winning 6-3 in the end.
~ Alexandru

Fed Cup Final, Roberta Vinci vs Alexandra Panova - an heroic and unbelievable win from Roberta Vinci!
~ Kai

Top 5, in no particular order:
Istanbul, SF: Williams def. Jankovic, 64 26 64.
Miami, F: Williams def. Sharapova, 46 63 60.
Aussie Open, F: Azarenka def. Li, 46 64 63.
Cincinnati, SF: Azarenka def. Jankovic, 46 62 63.
Dubai, F: Kvitova def. Errani, 62 16 61
~ Sam, Singapore

Maria Sharapova def. Victoria Azarenka, 61 36 64, Roland Garros semifinals.
~ Shivank

Cincinnati final.
~ Costanzo

And the one that came up the most - here's what some of you said...

Serena defeats Maria winning 10 games in a row to win the Sony Open Tennis for a record sixth time, surpassing Graf as the winningest player at the event :)
~ Pios

Serena vs Maria, Miami.
~ Deshel

Serena vs Maria in Miami.
~ Patricia

My choice will be the 2013 Miami final with Serena beating Maria.
~ Menno

Serena Williams and Sharapova in the final of Miami! Wow! What a match!
~ springhillct

Sharapova vs Williams in the Miami final.
~ Dario

Miami: Serena Williams vs Maria Sharapova.
~ Jesse

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