Power Ranking the Top 20 Women's Tennis Players After US Open 2013

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Power Ranking the Top 20 Women's Tennis Players After US Open 2013
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Serena Williams displays her power at the 2013 U.S. Open.

The 2013 U.S. Open began and ended with all eyes focused on the game's top two players: Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka.

Maria Sharapova, ranked No. 3, withdrew from the tournament before it started. It was fitting because Sharapova no longer figures in the conversation as to who is No. 1. 

Meanwhile, Flavia Pennetta, who had dropped out of the Top 50, reemerged to pull off a string of upsets.

Li Na re-stablished herself as a contender in Grand Slams.

The Grand Slams are over. The biggest prize left is the WTA Championships. Williams and Azarenka have locked up spots. Everyone else is in hot pursuit.

The latest WTA rankings are out and so are the post-U.S. Open power rankings.  

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