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Gallery: Most Popular, No.10 To No.1

We're finally at the 10 most clicked-on players on wtatennis.com in 2013. Three players from outside of the actual Top 10 made it into the Top 10 here - who are they? And who's No.1? Find out now!

Published December 13, 2013 12:01

Kicking off the Top 10 most popular players is Simona Halep, who was actually the year-end World No.11.
Kicking off the Top 10 most popular players is Simona Halep, who was actually the year-end World No.11.
No.9 - Sabine Lisicki. Wimbledon finalist Lisicki was also outside the actual year-end Top 10, at No.15.
No.9 - Sabine Lisicki. Wimbledon finalist Lisicki was also outside the actual year-end Top 10, at No.15.
No.8 - Sara Errani. Italian women's tennis is enjoying a huge spike right now - and Errani is the lead.
No.8 - Sara Errani. Italian women's tennis is enjoying a huge spike right now - and Errani is the lead.
No.7 - Li Na. She isn't as high as her actual ranking here, but wta.cn probably tells a different story.
No.7 - Li Na. She isn't as high as her actual ranking here, but wta.cn probably tells a different story.
No.6 - Ana Ivanovic. By far the biggest jump in the Top 10 on this list - year-end No.16 to No.6 here.
No.6 - Ana Ivanovic. By far the biggest jump in the Top 10 on this list - year-end No.16 to No.6 here.
No.5 - Caroline Wozniacki. Another jump - Wozniacki is five spots higher than her year-end No.10 ranking.
No.5 - Caroline Wozniacki. Another jump - Wozniacki is five spots higher than her year-end No.10 ranking.
No.4 - Victoria Azarenka. Her year was highlighted by her second Grand Slam title down in Australia.
No.4 - Victoria Azarenka. Her year was highlighted by her second Grand Slam title down in Australia.
No.3 - Agnieszka Radwanska. The Fan Favorite winner is two spots higher here than her year-end ranking.
No.3 - Agnieszka Radwanska. The Fan Favorite winner is two spots higher here than her year-end ranking.
No.2 - Maria Sharapova. Same with Sharapova - she's two spots higher here than her year-end ranking.
No.2 - Maria Sharapova. Same with Sharapova - she's two spots higher here than her year-end ranking.
No.1 - Serena Williams. Was there ever any doubt? More wins, more titles, more prize money - more clicks!
No.1 - Serena Williams. Was there ever any doubt? More wins, more titles, more prize money - more clicks!
  • Kicking off the Top 10 most popular players is Simona Halep, who was actually the year-end World No.11.
  • No.9 - Sabine Lisicki. Wimbledon finalist Lisicki was also outside the actual year-end Top 10, at No.15.
  • No.8 - Sara Errani. Italian women's tennis is enjoying a huge spike right now - and Errani is the lead.
  • No.7 - Li Na. She isn't as high as her actual ranking here, but wta.cn probably tells a different story.
  • No.6 - Ana Ivanovic. By far the biggest jump in the Top 10 on this list - year-end No.16 to No.6 here.
  • No.5 - Caroline Wozniacki. Another jump - Wozniacki is five spots higher than her year-end No.10 ranking.
  • No.4 - Victoria Azarenka. Her year was highlighted by her second Grand Slam title down in Australia.
  • No.3 - Agnieszka Radwanska. The Fan Favorite winner is two spots higher here than her year-end ranking.
  • No.2 - Maria Sharapova. Same with Sharapova - she's two spots higher here than her year-end ranking.
  • No.1 - Serena Williams. Was there ever any doubt? More wins, more titles, more prize money - more clicks!
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