See who has won all of the 2014 WTA Awards announced so far here.
The Karen Krantzcke Sportsmanship Award acknowledges a player's professionalism, attitude and sense of fair play.
It was a memorable year for Kvitova, as she captured three WTA titles, including her second Wimbledon crown. She previously won the Karen Krantzcke Sportsmanship Award in 2011, the same year she won her first Wimbledon. She also won WTA Newcomer Of The Year in 2010, WTA Most Improved Player Of The Year in 2011 and WTA Player Of The Year in 2011.
It was also a successful season on the court for Safarova, highlighted by her career-best Grand Slam outing in reaching the semifinals at Wimbledon, where she fell to Kvitova. She was given the Peachy Kellmeyer Player Service Award for having done the most to support her fellow players through the WTA Players' Council and other initiatives.
Both awards were voted on by fellow players.
Interestingly enough, Kvitova and Safarova just led the Czech Republic to its third Fed Cup title in the last four years in November.
Meanwhile, voting continues for the WTA Fan Favorite Awards. You can vote here until Wednesday, December 3 at 11:59pm ET, with the final results announced on Friday, December 5.