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Event Statistics


Ladies' Singles break points won leaders
RankPlayerCountryMatchesBreak points won
1M.BartoliFRA735
2S.LisickiGER730
3A.RadwanskaPOL629
4N.LiCHN528
5S.StephensUSA523
5K.FlipkensBEL623
7S.WilliamsUSA420
8R.VinciITA418
8C.Suarez NavarroESP418
10K.ZakopalovaCZE317
11K.KanepiEST515
11T.PironkovaBUL415
11P.KvitovaCZE515
11V.DoloncSRB315
15M.PuigPUR414
15P.CetkovskaCZE314
17F.PennettaITA413
17E.MakarovaRUS313
17L.RobsonGBR413
17U.RadwanskaPOL213

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