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Gallery: Your Favorite Players, 20 To 11

Four Germans and two former World No.1s highlight an all-star group today - No.20 to No.11...

Published November 15, 2012 12:00

The Top 20 kicks off with Andrea Petkovic, a former Top 10 player now battling back up after injuries.
The Top 20 kicks off with Andrea Petkovic, a former Top 10 player now battling back up after injuries.
Mona Barthel is No.19. Barthel's breakthrough year may be highlighted by two near-wins over the World No.1.
Mona Barthel is No.19. Barthel's breakthrough year may be highlighted by two near-wins over the World No.1.
Venus Williams is No.18. Williams ranked No.134 when she came back in March and finished the year No.24.
Venus Williams is No.18. Williams ranked No.134 when she came back in March and finished the year No.24.
Jelena Jankovic is No.17. Jankovic's season highlights were two more WTA finals at Birmingham and Dallas.
Jelena Jankovic is No.17. Jankovic's season highlights were two more WTA finals at Birmingham and Dallas.
Dominika Cibulkova is No.16. Cibulkova had her best season to date in 2012, finishing at No.15 in the world.
Dominika Cibulkova is No.16. Cibulkova had her best season to date in 2012, finishing at No.15 in the world.
Maria Kirilenko comes in at No.15. Kirilenko had the best year of her career, going as high as No.12.
Maria Kirilenko comes in at No.15. Kirilenko had the best year of her career, going as high as No.12.
Julia Goerges is No.14. Goerges is one of four Germans in the 11 to 20 range on this year's countdown.
Julia Goerges is No.14. Goerges is one of four Germans in the 11 to 20 range on this year's countdown.
And Sabine Lisicki is the fourth one, at No.13. Lisicki stunned then-No.1 Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon.
And Sabine Lisicki is the fourth one, at No.13. Lisicki stunned then-No.1 Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon.
Marion Bartoli comes in at No.12. Bartoli was in the Top 10 for most of the year, but finished at No.11.
Marion Bartoli comes in at No.12. Bartoli was in the Top 10 for most of the year, but finished at No.11.
Li Na, China's most successful player ever, is No.11. There are just 10 more to go - watch this space!
Li Na, China's most successful player ever, is No.11. There are just 10 more to go - watch this space!
  • The Top 20 kicks off with Andrea Petkovic, a former Top 10 player now battling back up after injuries.
  • Mona Barthel is No.19. Barthel's breakthrough year may be highlighted by two near-wins over the World No.1.
  • Venus Williams is No.18. Williams ranked No.134 when she came back in March and finished the year No.24.
  • Jelena Jankovic is No.17. Jankovic's season highlights were two more WTA finals at Birmingham and Dallas.
  • Dominika Cibulkova is No.16. Cibulkova had her best season to date in 2012, finishing at No.15 in the world.
  • Maria Kirilenko comes in at No.15. Kirilenko had the best year of her career, going as high as No.12.
  • Julia Goerges is No.14. Goerges is one of four Germans in the 11 to 20 range on this year's countdown.
  • And Sabine Lisicki is the fourth one, at No.13. Lisicki stunned then-No.1 Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon.
  • Marion Bartoli comes in at No.12. Bartoli was in the Top 10 for most of the year, but finished at No.11.
  • Li Na, China's most successful player ever, is No.11. There are just 10 more to go - watch this space!
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