Published November 27, 2015 12:15
All week we've been counting down the 50 most clicked on players on wtatennis.com this year. We covered 50 to 41 on Monday, 40 to 31 on Tuesday, 30 to 21 on Wednesday and 20 to 11 on Thursday, and we're finally at the countdown of all countdowns - the Top 10 Most Popular Players Of 2015.
So let's get right into it, and right now - here are your Top 10 Most Popular Players Of 2015!
The former No.1 had a renaissance year, winning three WTA titles - including her two biggest in five years at Wuhan and Zhuhai - and finishing at No.7 on the year-end rankings. She's No.10 here.
The Czech won three WTA titles in 2015 - including the Premier Mandatory in Madrid, where she became the only player to beat Serena Williams in straight sets this year. She's No.9 here.
It was a breakthrough year for Muguruza, the finals of Wimbledon and a phenomenal Asian swing taking her all the way to No.3 on the year-end rankings. She was the eighth-most clicked on player.
Always one of the most popular players on the tour, Wozniacki - who finished in the Top 20 for the eighth straight year this year - is actually 10 spots higher on this countdown (No.17 to No.7).
Another one of the tour's most popular names, Ivanovic - whose season was highlighted by her first Grand Slam semifinal in seven years in Paris - is 10 spots higher here as well (No.16 to No.6).
And then there's Bouchard - after reaching the semifinals or better at three of the four majors and peaking at No.5 in the world in 2014, the Canadian was the fifth-most clicked on player in 2015.
The four-time WTA Fan Favorite Of The Year winner revived her game in the fall, winning three titles - including the WTA Finals - and she's one spot higher than her year-end ranking here (No.5 to No.4).
Another banner year for Sharapova - her eighth Top 4 finish, ninth Top 5 finish and 10th Top 10 finish - and, as always, she's one of the most-clicked on players on wtatennis.com, this year No.3.
The World No.1 had another historic year, winning three more Grand Slam titles to bring her career haul to 21, just one short of the Open Era record. She finished second on this countdown, though...
And for the second year in a row, the one and only Simona Halep - who had her best ever season, finishing at No.2 on the year-end WTA Rankings - was the most clicked on player on wtatennis.com.