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

We're down to the Top 20 most clicked on players of the year, and today we've got No.20 to No.11. Which World No.35 came in at No.16 on this list? Let's get this leg of the countdown started!

Published December 11, 2014 12:10

No.20: Sabine Lisicki. Lisicki came alive at Wimbledon, as usual, and won Hong Kong in 2014 too.
No.20: Sabine Lisicki. Lisicki came alive at Wimbledon, as usual, and won Hong Kong in 2014 too.
No.19: Flavia Pennetta. A rejuvenated Pennetta won her 10th and biggest WTA title at Indian Wells.
No.19: Flavia Pennetta. A rejuvenated Pennetta won her 10th and biggest WTA title at Indian Wells.
No.18: Andrea Petkovic. Petkovic made her first Grand Slam semifinal and won two WTA titles in 2014.
No.18: Andrea Petkovic. Petkovic made her first Grand Slam semifinal and won two WTA titles in 2014.
No.17: Venus Williams. The WTA legend made four finals this year, winning a huge one in Dubai.
No.17: Venus Williams. The WTA legend made four finals this year, winning a huge one in Dubai.
No.16: Camila Giorgi. Giorgi made her first two WTA finals and finished No.34 - but No.16 here.
No.16: Camila Giorgi. Giorgi made her first two WTA finals and finished No.34 - but No.16 here.
No.15: Garbiñe Muguruza. One of the leading WTA Rising Stars broke the Top 20 just a few weeks back.
No.15: Garbiñe Muguruza. One of the leading WTA Rising Stars broke the Top 20 just a few weeks back.
No.14: Sara Errani. Two Grand Slam quarterfinals made it another solid year for the Italian.
No.14: Sara Errani. Two Grand Slam quarterfinals made it another solid year for the Italian.
No.13: Jelena Jankovic. Jankovic made it as high as No.6 in the world, though she finished No.16.
No.13: Jelena Jankovic. Jankovic made it as high as No.6 in the world, though she finished No.16.
No.12: Angelique Kerber. Kerber made four WTA finals in 2014, all at Premier-level tournaments.
No.12: Angelique Kerber. Kerber made four WTA finals in 2014, all at Premier-level tournaments.
Australian Open finalist Dominika Cibulkova wraps the day up at No.11. Tomorrow, the Top 10...
Australian Open finalist Dominika Cibulkova wraps the day up at No.11. Tomorrow, the Top 10...
  • No.20: Sabine Lisicki. Lisicki came alive at Wimbledon, as usual, and won Hong Kong in 2014 too.
  • No.19: Flavia Pennetta. A rejuvenated Pennetta won her 10th and biggest WTA title at Indian Wells.
  • No.18: Andrea Petkovic. Petkovic made her first Grand Slam semifinal and won two WTA titles in 2014.
  • No.17: Venus Williams. The WTA legend made four finals this year, winning a huge one in Dubai.
  • No.16: Camila Giorgi. Giorgi made her first two WTA finals and finished No.34 - but No.16 here.
  • No.15: Garbiñe Muguruza. One of the leading WTA Rising Stars broke the Top 20 just a few weeks back.
  • No.14: Sara Errani. Two Grand Slam quarterfinals made it another solid year for the Italian.
  • No.13: Jelena Jankovic. Jankovic made it as high as No.6 in the world, though she finished No.16.
  • No.12: Angelique Kerber. Kerber made four WTA finals in 2014, all at Premier-level tournaments.
  • Australian Open finalist Dominika Cibulkova wraps the day up at No.11. Tomorrow, the Top 10...
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