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Gallery: Biggest Leaps From 2011 To 2012...

Which players in the year-end Top 100 had the biggest jumps from their year-end rankings in 2011?

Published November 29, 2012 12:00

Timea Babos and Varvara Lepchenko were tied for 10th-biggest jump - 89 spots, to No.64 and No.21, respectively.
Timea Babos and Varvara Lepchenko were tied for 10th-biggest jump - 89 spots, to No.64 and No.21, respectively.
Bogota champion Lara Arruabarrena-Vecino is No.9 on the list - 90 spots, from No.167 in 2011 to No.77 in 2012.
Bogota champion Lara Arruabarrena-Vecino is No.9 on the list - 90 spots, from No.167 in 2011 to No.77 in 2012.
Taipei champion Kristina Mladenovic is No.8 on the list - 107 spots, from No.183 in 2011 to No.76 in 2012.
Taipei champion Kristina Mladenovic is No.8 on the list - 107 spots, from No.183 in 2011 to No.76 in 2012.
Fes champion Kiki Bertens had the seventh-biggest jump - 121 spots, going from No.184 in 2011 to No.63 in 2012.
Fes champion Kiki Bertens had the seventh-biggest jump - 121 spots, going from No.184 in 2011 to No.63 in 2012.
Quebec City champion Kirsten Flipkens is No.6 on the list - 140 spots, from No.194 in 2011 to No.54 in 2012.
Quebec City champion Kirsten Flipkens is No.6 on the list - 140 spots, from No.194 in 2011 to No.54 in 2012.
Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou champion Hsieh Su-Wei is No.5 - 147 spots, going from No.172 in 2011 to No.25 in 2012.
Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou champion Hsieh Su-Wei is No.5 - 147 spots, going from No.172 in 2011 to No.25 in 2012.
French Open junior champion Annika Beck is No.4 on the list - 156 spots, from No.234 in 2011 to No.78 in 2012.
French Open junior champion Annika Beck is No.4 on the list - 156 spots, from No.234 in 2011 to No.78 in 2012.
Comeback Player Of The Year Yaroslava Shvedova is No.3 - 177 spots, going from No.206 in 2011 to No.29 in 2012.
Comeback Player Of The Year Yaroslava Shvedova is No.3 - 177 spots, going from No.206 in 2011 to No.29 in 2012.
American teenager Lauren Davis had the second-biggest jump, soaring 225 spots - No.319 in 2011 to No.94 in 2012.
American teenager Lauren Davis had the second-biggest jump, soaring 225 spots - No.319 in 2011 to No.94 in 2012.
Young Spaniard Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor had the biggest jump, rising 360 spots - No.459 in 2011 to No.99 in 2012.
Young Spaniard Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor had the biggest jump, rising 360 spots - No.459 in 2011 to No.99 in 2012.
  • Timea Babos and Varvara Lepchenko were tied for 10th-biggest jump - 89 spots, to No.64 and No.21, respectively.
  • Bogota champion Lara Arruabarrena-Vecino is No.9 on the list - 90 spots, from No.167 in 2011 to No.77 in 2012.
  • Taipei champion Kristina Mladenovic is No.8 on the list - 107 spots, from No.183 in 2011 to No.76 in 2012.
  • Fes champion Kiki Bertens had the seventh-biggest jump - 121 spots, going from No.184 in 2011 to No.63 in 2012.
  • Quebec City champion Kirsten Flipkens is No.6 on the list - 140 spots, from No.194 in 2011 to No.54 in 2012.
  • Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou champion Hsieh Su-Wei is No.5 - 147 spots, going from No.172 in 2011 to No.25 in 2012.
  • French Open junior champion Annika Beck is No.4 on the list - 156 spots, from No.234 in 2011 to No.78 in 2012.
  • Comeback Player Of The Year Yaroslava Shvedova is No.3 - 177 spots, going from No.206 in 2011 to No.29 in 2012.
  • American teenager Lauren Davis had the second-biggest jump, soaring 225 spots - No.319 in 2011 to No.94 in 2012.
  • Young Spaniard Maria-Teresa Torro-Flor had the biggest jump, rising 360 spots - No.459 in 2011 to No.99 in 2012.
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