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(12) Agnieszka Radwanska

  • DOB: 06/03/1989
  • Nationality: POL
  • Became Pro: 2005
  • Height: 1.72
Radwanska: Hopes to fulfil potential

Player Profile

The 21-year-old Pole took a bit of a backwards step last year after being on the fringes of the world's top 10 as a teenager.

She made the semi-finals at Indian Wells as well as claiming the runner-up spot at the WTA event in San Diego, but the fourth round of Wimbledon was her best result in a Grand Slam.

Radwanska has won only two matches in the last two years at the Australian Open after making it to quarter-finals in 2008.

The former Wimbledon junior champion possesses a solid all-around, all-court game, but has yet to test herself after suffering a foot injury at the end of last season.

Ten-year Grand Slam History

Australian Open SFQF-QFR3R1QFR2--
French Open R3QFR3R4R2R4R4R1--
Wimbledon -SFRUR2R4QFQFR3R4-
US Open -R4R4R2R2R2R4R4R2-

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