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Gallery: Most Popular, No.30 To No.21

All week we're counting down the 50 most clicked-on players on wtatennis.com in 2013. Today's group includes two first-time Grand Slam semifinalists, Poland's No.2 player and this all-American girl...

Published December 11, 2013 12:00

The Top 30 kicks off with Jamie Hampton, America's No.3 player after Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens.
The Top 30 kicks off with Jamie Hampton, America's No.3 player after Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens.
No.29 - Flavia Pennetta. The Italian comeback kid got to her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open.
No.29 - Flavia Pennetta. The Italian comeback kid got to her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open.
No.28 - Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. The Russian picked up two WTA titles in 2013, at Monterrey and Oeiras.
No.28 - Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. The Russian picked up two WTA titles in 2013, at Monterrey and Oeiras.
No.27 - Dominika Cibulkova. Cibulkova's shining moment in 2013 was winning the Premier event in Stanford.
No.27 - Dominika Cibulkova. Cibulkova's shining moment in 2013 was winning the Premier event in Stanford.
No.26 - Daniela Hantuchova. She reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal in five years at the US Open.
No.26 - Daniela Hantuchova. She reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal in five years at the US Open.
No.25 - Madison Keys. Keys was the year-end No.38, the youngest player in the Top 50 - she's No.25 here.
No.25 - Madison Keys. Keys was the year-end No.38, the youngest player in the Top 50 - she's No.25 here.
No.24 - Kirsten Flipkens. The Belgian sliced and diced her way to her first Grand Slam semi at Wimbledon.
No.24 - Kirsten Flipkens. The Belgian sliced and diced her way to her first Grand Slam semi at Wimbledon.
No.23 - Eugenie Bouchard. The WTA's Newcomer Of The Year finished nine spots above her ranking here.
No.23 - Eugenie Bouchard. The WTA's Newcomer Of The Year finished nine spots above her ranking here.
No.22 - Sorana Cirstea. The classy Romanian reached her biggest career final in Toronto in the summer.
No.22 - Sorana Cirstea. The classy Romanian reached her biggest career final in Toronto in the summer.
No.21 - Urszula Radwanska. The Polish No.2 finished 22 spots above her year-end ranking of No.43 here.
No.21 - Urszula Radwanska. The Polish No.2 finished 22 spots above her year-end ranking of No.43 here.
  • The Top 30 kicks off with Jamie Hampton, America's No.3 player after Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens.
  • No.29 - Flavia Pennetta. The Italian comeback kid got to her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open.
  • No.28 - Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. The Russian picked up two WTA titles in 2013, at Monterrey and Oeiras.
  • No.27 - Dominika Cibulkova. Cibulkova's shining moment in 2013 was winning the Premier event in Stanford.
  • No.26 - Daniela Hantuchova. She reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal in five years at the US Open.
  • No.25 - Madison Keys. Keys was the year-end No.38, the youngest player in the Top 50 - she's No.25 here.
  • No.24 - Kirsten Flipkens. The Belgian sliced and diced her way to her first Grand Slam semi at Wimbledon.
  • No.23 - Eugenie Bouchard. The WTA's Newcomer Of The Year finished nine spots above her ranking here.
  • No.22 - Sorana Cirstea. The classy Romanian reached her biggest career final in Toronto in the summer.
  • No.21 - Urszula Radwanska. The Polish No.2 finished 22 spots above her year-end ranking of No.43 here.
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