Power Ranking the Top 20 Women After Wimbledon 2013

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Power Ranking the Top 20 Women After Wimbledon 2013
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Wimbledon 2013 was all about power and aggression vs touch and finesse. In the end no power players were left standing. 


As the top seeds fell early and often, the end result was an unpredictable final four as the sun rose on the women's semifinals. 


The last seed in the top ten fell by the wayside as (4) Agnieszka Radwanska lost in three sets. In the other semifinal, the Belgian upstart Kirsten Flipkens melted under an all-out assault from Marion Bartoli. 


In the final, it was raw power represented by Sabine Lisicki against awesome defense and fearless steel will on Bartoli's side of the net. Ultimately, Bartoli wanted it more, winning the match in straight sets.


The following power rankings for the ladies who competed at Wimbledon consider their current and past results at Wimbledon as well as their potential to do well at the U.S. Open.

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