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Gallery: Most Popular, No.50 To No.41

All week we'll be counting down the 50 most clicked-on players on wtatennis.com this year. Today we start with No.50 to No.41 - which year-end No.121 finished at No.48 on this list? Find out...

Published December 09, 2013 12:01

Kicking off the Top 50 countdown is Klara Zakopalova, whose best 2013 result was the finals of Shenzhen.
Kicking off the Top 50 countdown is Klara Zakopalova, whose best 2013 result was the finals of Shenzhen.
No.49 - Bojana Jovanovski. The Serb's season was highlighted by her second WTA title at Tashkent.
No.49 - Bojana Jovanovski. The Serb's season was highlighted by her second WTA title at Tashkent.
No.48 - Heather Watson. Illness caused her to finish ranked No.121, but her popularity remains strong.
No.48 - Heather Watson. Illness caused her to finish ranked No.121, but her popularity remains strong.
No.47 - Annika Beck. The German reached her first WTA final right under the buzzer at Luxembourg.
No.47 - Annika Beck. The German reached her first WTA final right under the buzzer at Luxembourg.
No.46 - Kaia Kanepi. The Estonian powerhouse won her fourth WTA title at the Premier stop in Brussels.
No.46 - Kaia Kanepi. The Estonian powerhouse won her fourth WTA title at the Premier stop in Brussels.
No.45 - Lucie Safarova. Her season was highlighted by her first WTA title in five years at Québec City.
No.45 - Lucie Safarova. Her season was highlighted by her first WTA title in five years at Québec City.
No.44 - Alizé Cornet. Cornet won her third WTA title on home soil right before the French, at Strasbourg.
No.44 - Alizé Cornet. Cornet won her third WTA title on home soil right before the French, at Strasbourg.
No.43 - Nadia Petrova. She finished an injury-marred year ranked No.102, but she started at No.12.
No.43 - Nadia Petrova. She finished an injury-marred year ranked No.102, but she started at No.12.
No.42 - Francesca Schiavone. Schiavone returned to the WTA winner's circle with a title run in Marrakech.
No.42 - Francesca Schiavone. Schiavone returned to the WTA winner's circle with a title run in Marrakech.
No.41 - Donna Vekic. The Croatian teen rounds out today's portion of the countdown - tomorrow, 40 to 31!
No.41 - Donna Vekic. The Croatian teen rounds out today's portion of the countdown - tomorrow, 40 to 31!
  • Kicking off the Top 50 countdown is Klara Zakopalova, whose best 2013 result was the finals of Shenzhen.
  • No.49 - Bojana Jovanovski. The Serb's season was highlighted by her second WTA title at Tashkent.
  • No.48 - Heather Watson. Illness caused her to finish ranked No.121, but her popularity remains strong.
  • No.47 - Annika Beck. The German reached her first WTA final right under the buzzer at Luxembourg.
  • No.46 - Kaia Kanepi. The Estonian powerhouse won her fourth WTA title at the Premier stop in Brussels.
  • No.45 - Lucie Safarova. Her season was highlighted by her first WTA title in five years at Québec City.
  • No.44 - Alizé Cornet. Cornet won her third WTA title on home soil right before the French, at Strasbourg.
  • No.43 - Nadia Petrova. She finished an injury-marred year ranked No.102, but she started at No.12.
  • No.42 - Francesca Schiavone. Schiavone returned to the WTA winner's circle with a title run in Marrakech.
  • No.41 - Donna Vekic. The Croatian teen rounds out today's portion of the countdown - tomorrow, 40 to 31!
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