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Gallery: Your Favorite Players, 30 To 21

Which players did you click on the most on wtatennis.com this year? Today, No.30 to No.21...

Published November 14, 2012 12:00

Today we go from No.30 to No.21 most clicked on players on wtatennis.com, starting with Christina McHale.
Today we go from No.30 to No.21 most clicked on players on wtatennis.com, starting with Christina McHale.
Nadia Petrova is No.29. The Russian was ranked as low as No.35 in May but surged up to No.12 by year's end.
Nadia Petrova is No.29. The Russian was ranked as low as No.35 in May but surged up to No.12 by year's end.
Sorana Cirstea is No.28. The Romanian reached four semifinals and finished in the Top 30 for the first time.
Sorana Cirstea is No.28. The Romanian reached four semifinals and finished in the Top 30 for the first time.
Roberta Vinci is No.27. Vinci not only had her first Top 20 year in singles, she finished No.1 in doubles.
Roberta Vinci is No.27. Vinci not only had her first Top 20 year in singles, she finished No.1 in doubles.
Francesca Schiavone is No.26. The Italian's season was highlighted by her fifth WTA title in Strasbourg.
Francesca Schiavone is No.26. The Italian's season was highlighted by her fifth WTA title in Strasbourg.
Laura Robson is No.25. Robson hit the big time at the US Open, breaking hearts with a second round shocker...
Laura Robson is No.25. Robson hit the big time at the US Open, breaking hearts with a second round shocker...
Kim Clijsters is No.24. Laura Robson's second round shocker was beating Clijsters in her last career match.
Kim Clijsters is No.24. Laura Robson's second round shocker was beating Clijsters in her last career match.
Daniela Hantuchova is No.23. The Slovak's season was highlighted by her fifth WTA title in Pattaya City.
Daniela Hantuchova is No.23. The Slovak's season was highlighted by her fifth WTA title in Pattaya City.
Urszula Radwanska is No.22. The Pole was ranked outside the Top 100 to start the year - she finished No.31.
Urszula Radwanska is No.22. The Pole was ranked outside the Top 100 to start the year - she finished No.31.
Vera Zvonareva is No.21. The former No.2 struggled with illness and injury in 2012 and finished at No.98.
Vera Zvonareva is No.21. The former No.2 struggled with illness and injury in 2012 and finished at No.98.
  • Today we go from No.30 to No.21 most clicked on players on wtatennis.com, starting with Christina McHale.
  • Nadia Petrova is No.29. The Russian was ranked as low as No.35 in May but surged up to No.12 by year's end.
  • Sorana Cirstea is No.28. The Romanian reached four semifinals and finished in the Top 30 for the first time.
  • Roberta Vinci is No.27. Vinci not only had her first Top 20 year in singles, she finished No.1 in doubles.
  • Francesca Schiavone is No.26. The Italian's season was highlighted by her fifth WTA title in Strasbourg.
  • Laura Robson is No.25. Robson hit the big time at the US Open, breaking hearts with a second round shocker...
  • Kim Clijsters is No.24. Laura Robson's second round shocker was beating Clijsters in her last career match.
  • Daniela Hantuchova is No.23. The Slovak's season was highlighted by her fifth WTA title in Pattaya City.
  • Urszula Radwanska is No.22. The Pole was ranked outside the Top 100 to start the year - she finished No.31.
  • Vera Zvonareva is No.21. The former No.2 struggled with illness and injury in 2012 and finished at No.98.
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