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Gallery: Most Popular, No.20 to No.11

All week we're counting down the 50 most clicked-on players on wtatennis.com in 2013. Two players who were outside the Top 40 on the actual rankings made it into the Top 20 here - who are they?

Published December 12, 2013 12:00

Kicking off the Top 20 is Sam Stosur, who won Carlsbad and had a phenomenal 12-3 finish to the season.
Kicking off the Top 20 is Sam Stosur, who won Carlsbad and had a phenomenal 12-3 finish to the season.
No.19 - Venus Williams. She finished the year at No.49, but her popularity pushed her up 30 spots here.
No.19 - Venus Williams. She finished the year at No.49, but her popularity pushed her up 30 spots here.
No.18 - Roberta Vinci. The Italian hit a career-high No.11 during the year and was No.1 in doubles.
No.18 - Roberta Vinci. The Italian hit a career-high No.11 during the year and was No.1 in doubles.
No.17 - Maria Kirilenko. The glamorous Russian cracked the Top 10 in the world after the French Open.
No.17 - Maria Kirilenko. The glamorous Russian cracked the Top 10 in the world after the French Open.
No.16 - Laura Robson. The British No.1 finished the year at No.46 but was 30 spots higher on this list.
No.16 - Laura Robson. The British No.1 finished the year at No.46 but was 30 spots higher on this list.
No.15 - Marion Bartoli. She made headlines with her win at Wimbledon and her abrupt retirement in August.
No.15 - Marion Bartoli. She made headlines with her win at Wimbledon and her abrupt retirement in August.
No.14 - Jelena Jankovic. The former No.1's comeback season included 46 match wins and a title in Bogotá.
No.14 - Jelena Jankovic. The former No.1's comeback season included 46 match wins and a title in Bogotá.
No.13 - Sloane Stephens. The youngest player in the year-end Top 30 is the youngest in this Top 15 too.
No.13 - Sloane Stephens. The youngest player in the year-end Top 30 is the youngest in this Top 15 too.
No.12 - Petra Kvitova. Premier-level titles in Dubai and Tokyo highlighted the Czech No.1's season.
No.12 - Petra Kvitova. Premier-level titles in Dubai and Tokyo highlighted the Czech No.1's season.
No.11 - Angelique Kerber. Germany's No.1 wraps up this portion of the countdown - tomorrow, the Top 10!
No.11 - Angelique Kerber. Germany's No.1 wraps up this portion of the countdown - tomorrow, the Top 10!
  • Kicking off the Top 20 is Sam Stosur, who won Carlsbad and had a phenomenal 12-3 finish to the season.
  • No.19 - Venus Williams. She finished the year at No.49, but her popularity pushed her up 30 spots here.
  • No.18 - Roberta Vinci. The Italian hit a career-high No.11 during the year and was No.1 in doubles.
  • No.17 - Maria Kirilenko. The glamorous Russian cracked the Top 10 in the world after the French Open.
  • No.16 - Laura Robson. The British No.1 finished the year at No.46 but was 30 spots higher on this list.
  • No.15 - Marion Bartoli. She made headlines with her win at Wimbledon and her abrupt retirement in August.
  • No.14 - Jelena Jankovic. The former No.1's comeback season included 46 match wins and a title in Bogotá.
  • No.13 - Sloane Stephens. The youngest player in the year-end Top 30 is the youngest in this Top 15 too.
  • No.12 - Petra Kvitova. Premier-level titles in Dubai and Tokyo highlighted the Czech No.1's season.
  • No.11 - Angelique Kerber. Germany's No.1 wraps up this portion of the countdown - tomorrow, the Top 10!
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