1) Serena Williams –

This year Serena won 5 titles and finished as world no1 for the fifth time in her career. She now has 21 grand slam titles, surpassing the total (20) achieved by the rest of the women’s tour. Despite battling flu during French Open and knee and elbow pain otherwise, the undeterred American dominated the whole year like a lone ranger, immune and inexorable to the whole of WTA. By winning the eminent WTA Performer of the year award, it now seems the women’s tennis should be attributed a ‘Serena vs rest’ status.

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Shivanjali Kumar

I am pursuing B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University. I am an avid follower of tennis and enjoy watching cricket as well. My interest lies in portrait sketching and swimming.

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