http://lawntennis.org/news2011/april...nal-09001.htmlBring On The Sunshine
By Tripp Mateschitz, Lawn Tennis Analyst, Posted: Saturday, April 9, 2011 6:05pm PST USA CHARLESTON-- She may not list a grand slam singles title on her resume, but with her serious rivals sidelined with injuries, the world number one Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark looks set to top the WTA Tour rankings for the foreseeable future.
Wozniacki, nicknamed ‘sunshine’ after her bright smile, won six WTA Tour tournaments last year. Then the Dane took titles earlier this year at Dubai and Indian Wells, California on her way to compiling a WTA Tour best 25-4 singles won loss record.
The 20 year old is sometimes criticized for relying on more of a counterpunching style of play as opposed to an aggressive power baseline game. However minus the top power players Venus and Serena Williams of the USA and Kim Clijsters of Belgium, Wozniacki’s extreme consistency could make more sense in the face of the WTA Tour’s more is more addition total points based WTA Tour rankings. More or less a WTA Tour player’s best tournament results are totaled based on a 52 week basis to get her ranking; meaning many
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