Friday, October 5, 2012

And then there were 8

For the first time in the history of the WTA Championships, the eight competitors represent eight different countries:

Victoria Azarenka--Belarus
Maria Sharapova--Russia
Agnieszka Radwanska--Poland
Serena Williams--USA
Angelique Kerber--Germany
Petra Kvitova--Czech Republic
Sara Errani--Italy
Li Na--China

Kvitova is the defending champion.


Bobby Skipsey said...

We expect more of Kvitova than others because it is plain to see that she has preternatural talent, something that cannot be taught. In full flight, there's nobody better. Nobody. Time to dust her feathers and get to the business at hand.

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Step 3

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Step 4

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Step 5

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Step 6

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