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Gallery: Agnieszka Radwanska's Best Moments

It's Agnieszka Radwanska's birthday - Happy Birthday Aga! To celebrate the Polish trailblazer's special day, we've dug up 25 of her best moments in pictures - check it out!

Published March 06, 2014 12:10

Agnieszka Radwanska's talent was evident very early. She won Wimbledon juniors in 2005 at age 16.
Agnieszka Radwanska's talent was evident very early. She won Wimbledon juniors in 2005 at age 16.
The French Open junior title followed the next year - it was time for her to get ready for the pros.
The French Open junior title followed the next year - it was time for her to get ready for the pros.
The transition was quick - she became the first Polish player to win a WTA title at Stockholm in 2007.
The transition was quick - she became the first Polish player to win a WTA title at Stockholm in 2007.
The first huge headlines she made came after her stunner over Maria Sharapova at the US Open that year.
The first huge headlines she made came after her stunner over Maria Sharapova at the US Open that year.
Then just a few months later, she made her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the 2008 Australian Open.
Then just a few months later, she made her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the 2008 Australian Open.
Radwanska won her next three WTA titles during the 2008 season, first at Pattaya City in February...
Radwanska won her next three WTA titles during the 2008 season, first at Pattaya City in February...
... then Istanbul in May...
... then Istanbul in May...
... and Eastbourne in June. She became Poland's first Top 10 player a month later after Wimbledon.
... and Eastbourne in June. She became Poland's first Top 10 player a month later after Wimbledon.
After coming close in 2009 and 2010, she began piling up WTA titles again in 2011 - first Carlsbad...
After coming close in 2009 and 2010, she began piling up WTA titles again in 2011 - first Carlsbad...
... then Tokyo...
... then Tokyo...
... and her first Premier Mandatory title at Beijing. She was rising fast in the fall of 2011.
... and her first Premier Mandatory title at Beijing. She was rising fast in the fall of 2011.
Radwanska's greatest season to date came in 2012. She won three WTA titles, first Dubai in February...
Radwanska's greatest season to date came in 2012. She won three WTA titles, first Dubai in February...
... then her second Premier Mandatory title in Miami, upsetting Maria Sharapova in the final...
... then her second Premier Mandatory title in Miami, upsetting Maria Sharapova in the final...
... and then Brussels. Having come into 2012 at a career-high No.8, Radwanska was rising and rising.
... and then Brussels. Having come into 2012 at a career-high No.8, Radwanska was rising and rising.
She became the first Polish man or woman in the Open Era to reach a Grand Slam final at Wimbledon.
She became the first Polish man or woman in the Open Era to reach a Grand Slam final at Wimbledon.
She finished runner-up to Serena Williams, but she left SW19 with a shiny new career-high - World No.2.
She finished runner-up to Serena Williams, but she left SW19 with a shiny new career-high - World No.2.
Radwanska enjoyed another three-WTA title haul in 2013, beginning with back-to-back wins in Auckland...
Radwanska enjoyed another three-WTA title haul in 2013, beginning with back-to-back wins in Auckland...
... and Sydney.
... and Sydney.
She won her third WTA title of the year, and 13th WTA title of her career, at Seoul in the fall.
She won her third WTA title of the year, and 13th WTA title of her career, at Seoul in the fall.
It's not all about trophies though. Radwanska has been to the WTA Championships five times already.
It's not all about trophies though. Radwanska has been to the WTA Championships five times already.
She was the flag bearer for Poland at the London Olympics in 2012...
She was the flag bearer for Poland at the London Olympics in 2012...
Fun interviews, hot shots and this racquet malfunction from her opener at the Aussie Open in 2011...
Fun interviews, hot shots and this racquet malfunction from her opener at the Aussie Open in 2011...
She's big on family - her mother Marta, pictured here with her in Dubai, and her father Robert...
She's big on family - her mother Marta, pictured here with her in Dubai, and her father Robert...
And of course her younger sister and fellow WTA star, Urszula Radwanska, who has been as high as No.29.
And of course her younger sister and fellow WTA star, Urszula Radwanska, who has been as high as No.29.
So what's next for the always-popular Polish trailblazer? Stay tuned - and Happy Birthday Aga!!
So what's next for the always-popular Polish trailblazer? Stay tuned - and Happy Birthday Aga!!
  • Agnieszka Radwanska's talent was evident very early. She won Wimbledon juniors in 2005 at age 16.
  • The French Open junior title followed the next year - it was time for her to get ready for the pros.
  • The transition was quick - she became the first Polish player to win a WTA title at Stockholm in 2007.
  • The first huge headlines she made came after her stunner over Maria Sharapova at the US Open that year.
  • Then just a few months later, she made her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the 2008 Australian Open.
  • Radwanska won her next three WTA titles during the 2008 season, first at Pattaya City in February...
  • ... then Istanbul in May...
  • ... and Eastbourne in June. She became Poland's first Top 10 player a month later after Wimbledon.
  • After coming close in 2009 and 2010, she began piling up WTA titles again in 2011 - first Carlsbad...
  • ... then Tokyo...
  • ... and her first Premier Mandatory title at Beijing. She was rising fast in the fall of 2011.
  • Radwanska's greatest season to date came in 2012. She won three WTA titles, first Dubai in February...
  • ... then her second Premier Mandatory title in Miami, upsetting Maria Sharapova in the final...
  • ... and then Brussels. Having come into 2012 at a career-high No.8, Radwanska was rising and rising.
  • She became the first Polish man or woman in the Open Era to reach a Grand Slam final at Wimbledon.
  • She finished runner-up to Serena Williams, but she left SW19 with a shiny new career-high - World No.2.
  • Radwanska enjoyed another three-WTA title haul in 2013, beginning with back-to-back wins in Auckland...
  • ... and Sydney.
  • She won her third WTA title of the year, and 13th WTA title of her career, at Seoul in the fall.
  • It's not all about trophies though. Radwanska has been to the WTA Championships five times already.
  • She was the flag bearer for Poland at the London Olympics in 2012...
  • Fun interviews, hot shots and this racquet malfunction from her opener at the Aussie Open in 2011...
  • She's big on family - her mother Marta, pictured here with her in Dubai, and her father Robert...
  • And of course her younger sister and fellow WTA star, Urszula Radwanska, who has been as high as No.29.
  • So what's next for the always-popular Polish trailblazer? Stay tuned - and Happy Birthday Aga!!
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