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Event Statistics


Ladies' Singles Double fault leaders
RankPlayerCountryMatchesDouble faults
1M.BartoliFRA733
2S.LisickiGER725
3K.KanepiEST523
4P.MarticCRO321
5M.ErakovicNZL320
6S.StephensUSA519
7C.GiorgiITA317
8N.LiCHN516
9P.KvitovaCZE515
9A.RiskeUSA315
11K.ZakopalovaCZE314
12M.JohanssonFRA213
12A.RadwanskaPOL613
14L.RobsonGBR412
14K.KnappITA412
14O.PuchkovaRUS212
17T.MooreGBR111
18T.MariaGER110
18G.MuguruzaESP210
18R.VinciITA410

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