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Gallery: Your Favorite Players Of The Year

Agnieszka Radwanska did better than her ranking, but is she No.1? The 10 most popular, right here.

Published November 16, 2012 12:00

The Top 10 most popular players on wtatennis.com for 2012 kicks off with singles and doubles star Sara Errani.
The Top 10 most popular players on wtatennis.com for 2012 kicks off with singles and doubles star Sara Errani.
Sam Stosur is at No.9, matching her year-end ranking. The Australian is gearing up for her home Grand Slam.
Sam Stosur is at No.9, matching her year-end ranking. The Australian is gearing up for her home Grand Slam.
Ana Ivanovic is No.8. Ivanovic is the only non-Top 10 player who made the 10 most popular players for the year.
Ana Ivanovic is No.8. Ivanovic is the only non-Top 10 player who made the 10 most popular players for the year.
Angelique Kerber is No.7. Kerber went from outside the Top 30 to Top 5 in 2012, a lot like someone else in 2011.
Angelique Kerber is No.7. Kerber went from outside the Top 30 to Top 5 in 2012, a lot like someone else in 2011.
Petra Kvitova is No.6. Kvitova went from outside the Top 30 to Top 5 in 2011, and in 2012 finished at No.8.
Petra Kvitova is No.6. Kvitova went from outside the Top 30 to Top 5 in 2011, and in 2012 finished at No.8.
Serena Williams is No.5. From April on Williams was pretty much unstoppable, winning 48 of her last 50 matches.
Serena Williams is No.5. From April on Williams was pretty much unstoppable, winning 48 of her last 50 matches.
Caroline Wozniacki is No.4. Wozniacki was ranked No.1 in the world for the first month of the 2012 season.
Caroline Wozniacki is No.4. Wozniacki was ranked No.1 in the world for the first month of the 2012 season.
Agnieszka Radwanska is No.3. Radwanska won three Premier titles in 2012, including a huge one in Miami, pictured.
Agnieszka Radwanska is No.3. Radwanska won three Premier titles in 2012, including a huge one in Miami, pictured.
Maria Sharapova is No.2. Sharapova tore it up during the clay court season, including winning the French Open.
Maria Sharapova is No.2. Sharapova tore it up during the clay court season, including winning the French Open.
And true to form, the World No.1 was also the No.1 most popular player on wtatennis.com in 2012 - Vika Azarenka.
And true to form, the World No.1 was also the No.1 most popular player on wtatennis.com in 2012 - Vika Azarenka.
  • The Top 10 most popular players on wtatennis.com for 2012 kicks off with singles and doubles star Sara Errani.
  • Sam Stosur is at No.9, matching her year-end ranking. The Australian is gearing up for her home Grand Slam.
  • Ana Ivanovic is No.8. Ivanovic is the only non-Top 10 player who made the 10 most popular players for the year.
  • Angelique Kerber is No.7. Kerber went from outside the Top 30 to Top 5 in 2012, a lot like someone else in 2011.
  • Petra Kvitova is No.6. Kvitova went from outside the Top 30 to Top 5 in 2011, and in 2012 finished at No.8.
  • Serena Williams is No.5. From April on Williams was pretty much unstoppable, winning 48 of her last 50 matches.
  • Caroline Wozniacki is No.4. Wozniacki was ranked No.1 in the world for the first month of the 2012 season.
  • Agnieszka Radwanska is No.3. Radwanska won three Premier titles in 2012, including a huge one in Miami, pictured.
  • Maria Sharapova is No.2. Sharapova tore it up during the clay court season, including winning the French Open.
  • And true to form, the World No.1 was also the No.1 most popular player on wtatennis.com in 2012 - Vika Azarenka.
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