Washington Post: Asians' Continued Rise

Asia continues to have a huge influence on the WTA, and vice-versa. What are the latest examples of that trend?

Published July 31, 2014 12:11

Washington Post: Asians' Continued Rise
Kurumi Nara

All-Asian match-ups are increasingly common on the WTA.

With stars like two-time Grand Slam champ Li Na having paved the way, young Asians like Kurumi Nara continue to climb the rankings as the WTA keeps extending into the Asian market.

Read about the Asians' rise on the Washington Post website.

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