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Gallery: Your Favorite Players, 50 To 41

Which players did you click on most on wtatennis.com in 2012? Let's start the countdown...

Published November 12, 2012 12:00

Zheng Jie kicks things off at No.50. We will bring you 10 players per day, starting with No.50 to No.41 today.
Zheng Jie kicks things off at No.50. We will bring you 10 players per day, starting with No.50 to No.41 today.
Timea Babos is No.49. The Hungarian had a stellar February, reaching the semis of Bogota and winning Monterrey.
Timea Babos is No.49. The Hungarian had a stellar February, reaching the semis of Bogota and winning Monterrey.
Tsvetana Pironkova is No.48. The Bulgarian's best moment of 2012 came on home soil - the semifinals of Sofia.
Tsvetana Pironkova is No.48. The Bulgarian's best moment of 2012 came on home soil - the semifinals of Sofia.
Varvara Lepchenko is No.47. The American had never been higher than No.74 going into 2012 but peaked at No.19.
Varvara Lepchenko is No.47. The American had never been higher than No.74 going into 2012 but peaked at No.19.
Svetlana Kuznetsova is No.46. The former World No.2 sat out all post-Wimbledon events with a right knee injury.
Svetlana Kuznetsova is No.46. The former World No.2 sat out all post-Wimbledon events with a right knee injury.
Hsieh Su-Wei is No.45. Hsieh won two WTA titles in 2012, just the second Taiwanese ever to win any WTA titles.
Hsieh Su-Wei is No.45. Hsieh won two WTA titles in 2012, just the second Taiwanese ever to win any WTA titles.
Yaroslava Shvedova is at No.44. The Kazakh was the first woman ever to win a golden set, doing it at Wimbledon.
Yaroslava Shvedova is at No.44. The Kazakh was the first woman ever to win a golden set, doing it at Wimbledon.
Simona Halep is at No.43. The young Romanian's year was highlighted by her first Premier final at Brussels.
Simona Halep is at No.43. The young Romanian's year was highlighted by her first Premier final at Brussels.
Sofia Arvidsson is at No.42. The Swede won her second WTA title right where she took her first - in Memphis.
Sofia Arvidsson is at No.42. The Swede won her second WTA title right where she took her first - in Memphis.
Petra Martic is No.41. Watch this space tomorrow for the next 10 players on the countdown, from No.40 to No.31.
Petra Martic is No.41. Watch this space tomorrow for the next 10 players on the countdown, from No.40 to No.31.
  • Zheng Jie kicks things off at No.50. We will bring you 10 players per day, starting with No.50 to No.41 today.
  • Timea Babos is No.49. The Hungarian had a stellar February, reaching the semis of Bogota and winning Monterrey.
  • Tsvetana Pironkova is No.48. The Bulgarian's best moment of 2012 came on home soil - the semifinals of Sofia.
  • Varvara Lepchenko is No.47. The American had never been higher than No.74 going into 2012 but peaked at No.19.
  • Svetlana Kuznetsova is No.46. The former World No.2 sat out all post-Wimbledon events with a right knee injury.
  • Hsieh Su-Wei is No.45. Hsieh won two WTA titles in 2012, just the second Taiwanese ever to win any WTA titles.
  • Yaroslava Shvedova is at No.44. The Kazakh was the first woman ever to win a golden set, doing it at Wimbledon.
  • Simona Halep is at No.43. The young Romanian's year was highlighted by her first Premier final at Brussels.
  • Sofia Arvidsson is at No.42. The Swede won her second WTA title right where she took her first - in Memphis.
  • Petra Martic is No.41. Watch this space tomorrow for the next 10 players on the countdown, from No.40 to No.31.
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