Agnieszka Radwanska

Submitted by on Sep 28, 2015

New Haven: Shot of the Day (Wednesday)

2014 – Sixth Top 10 season in last seven years (finishing No.6 – but lowest finish since 2011); won one WTA title at Montréal (d. V.Williams in final); runner-up at Indian Wells (l. to Pennetta in final); SF five times at Australian Open (l. to Cibulkova), Doha (l. to Halep), Katowice (l. to Cornet), Madrid (l. to Sharapova) and WTA Finals (l. to Halep); QF five times at Miami (l. to Cibulkova 36 76(5) 63; held 3mp at 5-4 second set), Stuttgart (l. to Sharapova), Rome (l. to Jankovic), Cincinnati (l. to Wozniacki) and Seoul (l. to Lepchenko); reached 4r once (Wimbledon ), 3r once (Roland Garros ) and 2r six times (incl. US Open ); fell 1r once.

2013 – Second Top 5 season (finishing No.5); won three WTA titles at Auckland (d. Wickmayer in final), Sydney (d. Cibulkova in final) and Seoul (d. Pavlyuchenkova in final); runner-up at Stanford (l. to Cibulkova in final); SF five times at Doha (l. to Azarenka), Miami (l. to S.Williams), Wimbledon (second Grand Slam SF; l. to Lisicki), Toronto (l. to S.Williams) and Beijing (l. to S.Williams); QF six times (incl. Australian Open. Roland Garros ); reached 4r twice (incl. US Open ) and 2r twice; fell 1r once; fell in RR stage at WTA Finals (went 0-3 in RR).

2012 – First Top 5 season (finishing No.4); won three WTA titles at Dubai (d. Goerges in final), Miami (d. Sharapova in final) and Brussels (d. Halep in final); runner-up twice at Wimbledon (first Grand Slam final; l. to S.Williams) and Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. to Petrova in final); SF five times at Sydney (l. to Azarenka), Doha (l. to Azarenka), Stuttgart (l. to Azarenka), Madrid (l. to Azarenka) and WTA Finals (l. to S.Williams); QF six times (incl. Australian Open ); reached 4r once (US Open ), 3r once (Roland Garros ) and 2r twice; fell 1r twice (incl. Olympics); came into season at then-career-high No.8, then made Top 5 debut on February 27 (after Dubai; rose from No.6 to No.5) and kept inching up until setting career-high No.2 on July 9 (after Wimbledon ).

2011 – Another Top 10 season (finishing No.8); won three WTA titles at Carlsbad (d. Zvonareva in final), Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (d. Zvonareva in final) and Beijing (d. Petkovic in final); SF twice at Stuttgart (l. to Wozniacki) and Toronto (l. to Stosur); QF five times (incl. Australian Open ); reached 4r twice (incl. Roland Garros and Indian Wells – l. to Azarenka 46 63 76(3); held 4mp third set, 1mp at 5-4 and 3mp at 6-5) and 2r six times (incl. other two majors); fell 1r once; fell in RR stage at WTA Finals (went 1-2 in RR); won one WTA doubles title.

2010 – Another Top 20 season (finishing No.14); runner-up at San Diego (l. to Kuznetsova in final); SF three times at Dubai (l. to Azarenka), Indian Wells (l. to Wozniacki) and Stanford (l. to Sharapova); QF twice; reached 4r once (Wimbledon ), 3r four times (incl. Australian Open ) and 2r five times (incl. other two majors); fell 1r twice.

2009 – Another Top 10 season (finishing No.10); runner-up at Beijing (l. to Kuznetsova in final); SF twice at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. to Sharapova) and Linz (l. to Kvitova); QF nine times (incl. Wimbledon ); reached 4r twice (incl. Roland Garros ) and 2r four times (incl. US Open ); fell 1r five times (incl. Australian Open ); was alternate at WTA Finals, playing one RR match (d. Azarenka – did not qualify for SFs).

2008 – First Top 10 season (finishing No.10); won three WTA titles at Pattaya City (d. Craybas in final), Istanbul (d. Dementieva in final) and Eastbourne (d. Petrova in final); SF three times at Doha (l. to Sharapova), Stockholm (l. to Wozniacki) and Linz (l. to Ivanovic); QF four times (incl. Australian Open. Wimbledon ); reached 4r twice (Roland Garros. US Open ), 3r four times (incl. Amelia Island – l. to Mauresmo 36 75 76(6); held mp at 6-5 in third set tie-break) and 2r four times (incl. Olympics); fell 1r three times; made Top 20 debut on February 18 (shortly after Pattaya City; rose from No.21 to No.20) and Top 10 debut on July 7 (after Wimbledon ; rose from No.11 to No.10; first Polish player ever in Top 10); was alternate at WTA Finals, playing one RR match (d. Kuznetsova – did not qualify for SFs); became first Polish woman to surpass $1 million in career prize money.

2007 – First Top 30 season; won first WTA title at Stockholm (d. Dushevina in final; first Polish player ever to win a WTA title); QF three times; reached 4r twice (incl. US Open ), 3r once (Wimbledon ) and 2r eight times (incl. Australian Open ); fell 1r five times (incl. Roland Garros ) and in qualifying twice; won one singles title on ITF Circuit; made Top 50 debut on January 29 (after Australian Open ; rose from No.59 to No.46).

2006 – First Top 100 season; SF at Luxembourg (l. to Schiavone); QF once (Warsaw – was first WTA main draw); reached 4r once (Wimbledon ), and 2r three times (incl. US Open ); fell 1r twice and in qualifying three times; made Top 100 debut on September 11 (after US Open ; rose from No.129 to No.99).

2005 – Played WTA qualifying once; won one singles and two doubles titles on ITF Circuit.

2004 – Played first events of career on ITF Circuit.

Winner (14): 2014 – Montréal; 2013 – Auckland, Sydney, Seoul; 2012 – Dubai, Miami, Brussels; 2011 – Carlsbad, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Beijing; 2008 – Pattaya City, Istanbul, Eastbourne; 2007 – Stockholm.

Finalist (7): 2015 – Eastbourne; 2014 – Indian Wells; 2013 – Stanford; 2012 – Wimbledon. Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 2010 – San Diego; 2009 – Beijing.

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