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The year that was ('13) → Novak Djokovic (SRB)
Highlights:
Winner → Australian Open (d. Murray 67(2) 76(3) 63 62)
→ Dubai (d. Berdych 75 63)
→ Montecarlo (d. Nadal 62 76(1))
→ Beijing (d. Nadal 63 64)
→ Shanghai (d. del Potro 61 36 76(3))
→ Paris (d. Ferrer 75 75)
→ World Tour Finals (d. Nadal 63 64)
Runner up → Wimbledon (l. to Murray 46 57 46)
→ US Open (l. to Nadal 26 63 46 16)
Year end ranking: #2.
2013 singles record 74-9 (89.15%)
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The year that was ('13) → Maria Kirilenko (RUS)
Highlights:
Winner → Pattaya City (d. Lisicki 57 61 76(7))
Semifinalist → Indian Wells (l. to Sharapova 46 36)
→ Monterrey (l. to Kerber 46 62 26)
Quarterfinalist → Roland Garros (l. to Azarenka 67(7) 26)
→ Eastbourne (l. to Wickmayer 26 61 57)
Fourth round → Australian Open (l. to Williams 26 06)
Year end ranking → #19
2013 singles record → 36-19 (65.45%)
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The year that was. | Maria Kirilenko (RUS).

Singles highlights:

  • Runner up: New Haven (l. to Kvitova 67(9) 57), Pattaya City (l. to Hantuchova 76(4) 36 36)
  • Olympics 4th place (l. to Azarenka 36 46).

Doubles highlights (w. Nadia Petrova):

  • Winner: Miami (d. Errani/Vinci 76(0) 46 10-4), WTA Championships Istanbul (d. Hlavackova/Hradecka 61 64).
  • Runner up: Roland Garros (l. to Errani/Vinci 64 46 26), Moscow (l. to Makarova/Vesnina 36 61 8-10), ’S-Hertogenbosch (l. to Errani/Vinci 46 63 9-11).
  • Bronze medal: Olympics (d. Huber/Raymond 46 64 61).

Year end singles ranking: #14.

Year end doubles ranking: #7.

2012 singles record: 33-23 (58.92%).

2012 doubles record: 38-13 (74.50%).

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The year that was. | Agnieszka Radwanska (POL).

Winner:

  • Dubai (d. Goerges 75 64)
  • Miami (d. Sharapova 75 64)
  • Brussels (d. Halep 75 60)

Runner up:

  • Wimbledon (l. to S. Williams 16 75 26)
  • Tokyo (l. to Petrova 06 61 36)

Year end ranking: #4

2012 singles record: 59-19 (75.64%)