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Gallery: Your Favorite Players, 40 To 31

Which players did you click on the most on wtatennis.com this year? Let the countdown continue...

Published November 13, 2012 12:00

Today we have the No.40 to No.31 most popular players on wtatennis.com, starting with No.40 Yanina Wickmayer.
Today we have the No.40 to No.31 most popular players on wtatennis.com, starting with No.40 Yanina Wickmayer.
Ekaterina Makarova is No.39. Makarova stunned Serena Williams in Australia and cracked the Top 20 for the first time.
Ekaterina Makarova is No.39. Makarova stunned Serena Williams in Australia and cracked the Top 20 for the first time.
Tamira Paszek is No.38. Paszek won her first Premier title at Eastbourne and made the Wimbledon quarterfinals too.
Tamira Paszek is No.38. Paszek won her first Premier title at Eastbourne and made the Wimbledon quarterfinals too.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is No.37. The Russian's season was highlighted by a run to the finals of Washington DC.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is No.37. The Russian's season was highlighted by a run to the finals of Washington DC.
Klara Zakopalova is No.36. Zakopalova is one of the WTA's leading 30-somethings and got her first Top 30 finish in 2012.
Klara Zakopalova is No.36. Zakopalova is one of the WTA's leading 30-somethings and got her first Top 30 finish in 2012.
Flavia Pennetta is No.35. Pennetta reached two WTA finals but missed the second half of the year with a wrist injury.
Flavia Pennetta is No.35. Pennetta reached two WTA finals but missed the second half of the year with a wrist injury.
Sloane Stephens is No.34. The American made her first two WTA semifinals in 2012, at Strasbourg and Washington DC.
Sloane Stephens is No.34. The American made her first two WTA semifinals in 2012, at Strasbourg and Washington DC.
Heather Watson is No.33. Watson won Osaka, the first Brit to win a WTA title since 1988 - and she was born in 1992.
Heather Watson is No.33. Watson won Osaka, the first Brit to win a WTA title since 1988 - and she was born in 1992.
Lucie Safarova is No.32. After hovering in the 20s for several years, the Czech finally broke the Top 20 this season.
Lucie Safarova is No.32. After hovering in the 20s for several years, the Czech finally broke the Top 20 this season.
Kaia Kanepi is No.31. Despite an injury-marred year, the Estonian recorded the first Top 20 finish of her career.
Kaia Kanepi is No.31. Despite an injury-marred year, the Estonian recorded the first Top 20 finish of her career.
  • Today we have the No.40 to No.31 most popular players on wtatennis.com, starting with No.40 Yanina Wickmayer.
  • Ekaterina Makarova is No.39. Makarova stunned Serena Williams in Australia and cracked the Top 20 for the first time.
  • Tamira Paszek is No.38. Paszek won her first Premier title at Eastbourne and made the Wimbledon quarterfinals too.
  • Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is No.37. The Russian's season was highlighted by a run to the finals of Washington DC.
  • Klara Zakopalova is No.36. Zakopalova is one of the WTA's leading 30-somethings and got her first Top 30 finish in 2012.
  • Flavia Pennetta is No.35. Pennetta reached two WTA finals but missed the second half of the year with a wrist injury.
  • Sloane Stephens is No.34. The American made her first two WTA semifinals in 2012, at Strasbourg and Washington DC.
  • Heather Watson is No.33. Watson won Osaka, the first Brit to win a WTA title since 1988 - and she was born in 1992.
  • Lucie Safarova is No.32. After hovering in the 20s for several years, the Czech finally broke the Top 20 this season.
  • Kaia Kanepi is No.31. Despite an injury-marred year, the Estonian recorded the first Top 20 finish of her career.
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