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Aryman3
May 14th, 2012, 06:21 AM
Compare actual rankings with those made year ago
May 16, 2011
1. Wozniacki Caroline Denmark 10105
2. Clijsters Kim Belgium 8115
3. Zvonareva Vera Russia 7675
4. Azarenka Viktoria Belarus 5425
5. Schiavone Francesca Italy 5047
6. Li Na China 4775
7. Sharapova Maria Russia 4761
8. Stosur Samantha Australia 4645
9. Kvitova Petra Czech Republic 3743
10. Jankovic Jelena Serbia 3670
11. Bartoli Marion France 2925
12. Radwanska Agnieszka Poland 2876
13. Kuznetsova Svetlana Russia 2870
14. Pavlyuchenkova Anastasia Russia 2715
15. Petkovic Andrea Germany 2670
16. Kanepi Kaia Estonia 2526
17. Williams Serena USA 2500
18. Goerges Julia Germany 2500
19. Pennetta Flavia Italy 2495
20. Peer Shahar Israel 2445
21. Ivanovic Ana Serbia 2425

NOW
1 1 Azarenka, Victoria 31/07/89 BLR 9020 19
2 2 Sharapova, Maria 19/04/87 RUS 7610 16
3 3 Radwanska, Agnieszka 06/03/89 POL 7080 21
4 4 Kvitova, Petra 08/03/90 CZE 6250 18
5 5 Stosur, Samantha 30/03/84 AUS 5435 21
6 9 Williams, Serena 26/09/81 USA 5300 15
7 7 Bartoli, Marion 02/10/84 FRA 4945 26
8 6 Wozniacki, Caroline 11/07/90 DEN 4936 21
9 8 Li, Na 26/02/82 CHN 4405 17
10 10 Zvonareva, Vera 07/09/84 RUS 3640 22
11 14 Kerber, Angelique 18/01/88 GER 3235 21
12 12 Petkovic, Andrea 09/09/87 GER 3201 16
13 13 Lisicki, Sabine 22/09/89 GER 3131 19
14 11 Schiavone, Francesca 23/06/80 ITA 3080 22
15 15 Ivanovic, Ana 06/11/87 SRB 2920 22
16 19 Kirilenko, Maria 25/01/87 RUS 2485 23
17 16 Cibulkova, Dominika 06/05/89 SVK 2470 23
18 17 Hantuchova, Daniela 23/04/83 SVK 2365 24
19 20 Vinci, Roberta 18/02/83 ITA 2320 26
20 18 Jankovic, Jelena 28/02/85 SRB 2260 23

Top 3 year ago are the biggest losers
(Caro -5169 i. e. more than half; Vera -4035, Kim -6802 but she barely started )
The biggest increase note Radwanska(+4204). Vika(+3595). Maria(+2449); Pętra(+2507) and naturally Kerber(+2298)
who year ago was on 70 position with 937 points. Naturally Aga and Angie had easier task starting from low position
Still their progress is amazing
And grenerally WTA is far from stability. It's a time of big and quite rapid changes

Grigorpova
May 14th, 2012, 06:32 AM
Kerber was barely in the top 100 :sobbing:

vozas
May 14th, 2012, 09:48 AM
Thank god... Saint Sin and that other russian was #2 for WAY too long aren't missed in the top 10. Hopefully Bartoli joins them soon.

Rolling-Thunder
May 14th, 2012, 02:45 PM
Have the points from Rome for last year's tournament been taken off or will they come off next Monday?

Linguae^
May 14th, 2012, 02:51 PM
I like this one a lot more, 2011 was awful.

DefyingGravity
May 14th, 2012, 03:29 PM
Serena added around 2800 points to her ranking between 2011 and 2012, which is more than Kerber.

goldenlox
May 14th, 2012, 03:38 PM
Big move from Radwanska. Weak 12 months from Wozniacki, who was holding 8 titles a year ago. 5 Tier I's

SerenaSlam
May 14th, 2012, 03:41 PM
Last year was a Hingis like year for Woz. Her game gave players problems. But her game is nothing but a matter of let me watch you lose. It gets old fast. We've seen it before and I'm shocked that she had 8 titles last year and we are about to be halfway through the year and she has 0?!? Doesn't speak of her game but everyone else's.

Miss Amor
May 14th, 2012, 03:49 PM
Apart from Radwanska, the top 6 look stronger than the previous year.

Keegan
May 14th, 2012, 04:57 PM
Apart from Radwanska, the top 6 look stronger than the previous year.

The Top 9 are pretty strong too. Got some good rankings going on at the moment!

jasonwright25
May 14th, 2012, 05:09 PM
Li Na's tumble will begin after Roland Garros

Beat
May 14th, 2012, 05:27 PM
I like this one a lot more, 2011 was awful.

7 players of the top 10 are the same, so i'm not sure what you're talking about.

PetraReeMona
May 14th, 2012, 05:36 PM
Apart from Radwanska, the top 6 look stronger than the previous year.

Absolutely :yeah:

:lol::lol: @ your signature

:secret: here's hoping Petra never gets a drubbing :scared:

doomsday
May 14th, 2012, 05:41 PM
:secret: here's hoping Petra never gets a drubbing :scared:

Yeah let's forget oZ 2010 :lol: how many games did she win ? 3:help:

jameshazza
May 14th, 2012, 05:47 PM
I thought Rome points were to come off this week?

PetraReeMona
May 14th, 2012, 05:54 PM
Yeah let's forget oZ 2010 :lol: how many games did she win ? 3:help:

At least she wasn't no. 2 in the world (who won 2 more games). :help: :angel:

I think she was ranked in the 40's then wasn't she?

MercuriePL
May 14th, 2012, 05:55 PM
Jankovic Zvonareva Schiavone and Wozniacki... top 4 nonsense players inside top 10 in 2011...
Finally Jankovic and Schiavone are out of place that they don't deserve from 2 years...
Zvonareva's game crushed after 2nd half of 2011 when she received 4 painful tennis lessons from her nemesis Agnieszka...
And finally Wozniacki is out of everything: health, stamina, consistence and shards of power...
Her ashes are on the final way of leaving top 10 forever and ever.

doomsday
May 14th, 2012, 06:19 PM
At least she wasn't no. 2 in the world (who won 2 more games). :help: :angel:

I think she was ranked in the 40's then wasn't she?

Actually she won 1 more game you can't even count :facepalm: why am I wasting my time with you?!
Don't even try to bring Kvitova in here she hasn't even reached 1 final this year come to me when your fave will be relevant, troll.

PetraReeMona
May 14th, 2012, 07:02 PM
Actually she won 1 more game you can't even count :facepalm: why am I wasting my time with you?!
Don't even try to bring Kvitova in here she hasn't even reached 1 final this year come to me when your fave will be relevant, troll.

:awww: truth hurts doesn't it!

One game, 2 games, doesn't make any difference really. The only difference is that the world no. 2 gets drubbed continuously by a part-time old dinosaur :lol: and the world no. 48 (as was at the time) lost/won 1 game, but won more in Wimbledon 2010 as a rookie, oh and also won Wimbledon 2011 as a rookie :tape:

:wavey:

doomsday
May 14th, 2012, 07:16 PM
:awww: truth hurts doesn't it!

One game, 2 games, doesn't make any difference really. The only difference is that the world no. 2 gets drubbed continuously by a part-time old dinosaur :lol: and the world no. 48 (as was at the time) lost/won 1 game, but won more in Wimbledon 2010 as a rookie, oh and also won Wimbledon 2011 as a rookie :tape:

:wavey:

I don't remember saying that Serena was an old dinosaur though and yes she got the better of Maria in their last meetings and she owns Maria but that's Serena(13 slams) she owns pretty much everybody.:shrug:
Your fave is owned by Petkovic :tape:

Brad[le]y.
May 15th, 2012, 06:24 AM
JJ was still in the top 10 :sobbing:

Direwolf
May 15th, 2012, 07:16 AM
Arent the times always changing?
Or did you realise it only now...

TNT96
May 15th, 2012, 07:26 AM
What has happened to Schiavone on clay? I'm not expecting her to make it the the French Open finals for the third straight year. I'd be very surprised.
The Germans have come on strong this year
Maria is playing better and more consistently.
Li Na will not defend her title.
Slumping-Kuznetsova, Jankovic, Wozniacki, Zvonereva,
Stosur has been up and down
Kirilenko is climbing

Strange times on the WTA tour