WTA · Total incl prize money, endorsements, appearance fees earned June 2012-June 2013...Forbes' highest-paid female athletes list: Maria Sharapova-$29MIL, Prize$-$6.0MIL, up $1.9MIL; Serena Williams-$20.5MIL, Prize$-$8.5MIL, up $4.2MIL, Li Na-$18.2MIL, Prize$-$3.2MIL, down $200K; Vika Azarenka-$15.7MIL, Prize$-$6.7MIL, up $6MIL; Caro Wozniacki-$13.6MIL, Prize$-$2.6MIL, down $100K, Aga Radwanska-$7.4MIL, Prize$-$4.9MIL, up $100K, Ana Ivanovic-$7MIL, Prize$-1MIL, down $200K.--- #Cool…
Tennis: Li reaches top-three goal after run to WTA Championships final
Kvitova and Radwanska posed with WTA legend and WTA Finals Ambassador extraordinaire Chris Evert.
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17. Li Na may have single-handedly opened the door to Chinese tennis. Her victory at the 2011 French Open was the first Grand Slam by a player to come out of Asia. The French Open final received more viewers than the American Superbowl. She has become a national hero to China. She was recently named as one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world, and may soon be the highest-paid female athlete in the world, according to Time via thebricspost.com.
I hope Maria Sharapova keeps in her duffle bag for quick racket grip repairs. Mend it. Glue it.
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