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WTA Countdown: Top 5 Interviews Of 2013

Today on WTA Countdown: The Top 5 Interviews Of 2013, it's No.1 - it was by far the most shocking news of the year, perhaps the most shocking news in years. Do you know what it is? Take your guess...

Published November 29, 2013 12:05

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.

This week we present to you WTA Countdown: The Top 5 Interviews Of 2013, where we count down the most-viewed interview videos on wtatennis.com this year, one every day until today - No.1.

Just a matter of weeks after winning her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli shocked the tennis world by announcing her retirement after falling to Simona Halep at the Western & Southern Open. Her interview was the most-watched video of the year on wtatennis.com - watch for yourself...

No.1 Interview Of 2013: Marion Says Goodbye
Marion Bartoli

No.2 Interview Of 2013: Come Back, Vera!
Vera Zvonareva

No.3 Interview Of 2013: Serena, Queen Of Rome
Serena Williams

No.4 Interview Of 2013: Vika, Runner-Up In Rome
Victoria Azarenka, Serena Williams

No.5 Interview Of 2013: Kiki On Marion's Retirement
Marion Bartoli, Kristina Mladenovic

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