Re: Laura Robson: The Silver Medal Years 2012-
From the WTA website
Stephens No Longer No.1 Teenager
She's still going very strong at No.16 in the world, but by virtue of celebrating her 20th birthday on Wednesday, Sloane Stephens' reign as the No.1 teenager is over. Who's the new teen queen?
MIAMI, FL, USA - Sloane Stephens was the youngest player in the year-end Top 100 in 2011 and the only teenager in the year-end Top 50 in 2012, and so far in 2013 has been flying the flag for all the teenagers - but she turned 20 on Wednesday, leaving Laura Robson as the new No.1 teenager.
"It feels pretty good," Robson commented. "Sloane's still ranked a lot higher than me and she's only been not a teenager for a day, so I think she still has that title, but I feel pretty good about it."
Robson is ranked No.43 in the world at the moment and you don't have to go too far down the WTA Rankings to find the No.2-ranked teenager - Kristina Mladenovic is currently No.48 in the world. But Robson isn't just looking over her shoulder at the other teens - she has her eye on everyone.