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    2003: no one 2004: Zvonareva- losses to Mauresmo, Kuznetsova, Sharapova (set record: 0-6) Dementieva- losses to Davenport, Myskina, Serena (set record: 0-6) 2005: Dementieva- losses to Clijsters, Mauresmo, Pierce (set record: 0-6) 2006: Dementieva- losses to Sharapova, Kuznetsova, Clijsters...
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    During Swiatek's match with Stephens apparently polish commentators started to speculate about location of finals: according to them and what they heard from wta media and staff Perth and Sydney have the highest chances of hosting the event. Apparently Doha, Dubai, Washington and previously...
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    I'm starting to believe there was some voodoo done there tbh. It's insane what happened to everyone after the finals. Sabalenka: 2021: No.2 in the race, reached no.2 in the world, two slam SFs, wins Madrid and Abu Dhabi, final in Stuttgart, catches covid right before IW (win ratio:45-18) 2022...
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    Haddad Maia gets back into the WTA Groove with her biggest title yet, and first since 2017. Danilina also is a phenomenal doubles player, and hopefully, this will jump-start her to a great career. However, they just escaped with a win as they were leading 9-2 in the tiebreak and only won 10-8...
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    Below are the biggest match losses of 2021. Interestingly, so many are 3-set matches! I use 6 years as a way to measure olympics to olympics (golden years to golden years). What are some other significant finals losses? Perhaps a player who had lost an opportunity at their first title? Or a...
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    Because China will not hold most international sporting events for the rest of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the WTA is canceling the remainder of its tournaments there this year, including the WTA Finals in Shenzen, an industry source confirmed. Lanxiong Sports first reported the news...
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