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Tennis Player Retirees List

Woe the injuries already affecting the top women's players after only one week in the 2012 tennis season! Four former women's tennis champions are sidelined, as are some up-and-comers. We're keeping track here.

Retirees since January 2012

Martic - Final Malaysia (Feb)

Morita - Quarterfinals Malaysia (Feb)

A. Radwanska - Quarterfinals Malaysia (Feb)

Cibulkova - 1st Round Dubai (Feb)

Zvonareva - 3rd Round, Doha (Feb)

Carla Suarez Navarro - 2nd Round, Doha (Feb)

Zvonareva - QF at PTT Pattaya Open, Thailand

Na Li - 1st round at Paris Open DGF Suez

Crybass - 1st round at Paris Open DGF Suez

Robson - 1st round PTT Pattaya Open, Thailand

Voskoboeva - 1st round PTT Pattaya Open, Thailand

Chakvetadze - in Hobart (cramping)

Kuznetzova - 2nd round at Sydney (heat)

Goerges - 1st round at Sydney (viral illness)

Pennetta - Final at Auckland

Lisicki - 3rd round Auckland

Clijsters - semifinals Brisbane

Pervak - 1st round Brisbane

Hercog - 1st round Brisbane




Breaking through in Moscow

Congratulations to Cibulkova who won her first WTA tournament: the Moscow Kremlin Cup.  As a Premiere tournament, Dominika will gain over 1000 points with this week, propelling her much closer to the top 10.

Kaia Kanepi made it to her first Premier WTA final this year.  She upset Kuznetsova and Schiavone on the way to the final.  Look for her when you are picking your brackets in Australia next year. 

As a result ot the activity here, Angiezka Radwanska makes her debut in the WTA Championships in Istanbul.



Preparing to make your bracket picks for the US Open

Just a reminder of who made it to the Quarter-finals in the US Open for 2010.  There are some surprises!  I'd forgotten.

Caroline Wozniacki

Dominika Cibulkova

Kaia Kanepi

Vera Zvonerava

Francesca Schiavone

Venus Williams

Samantha Stosur

Kim Clijsters