Power Ranking the Top 20 Women's Players After the 2014 Australian Open

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Power Ranking the Top 20 Women's Players After the 2014 Australian Open
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The WTA Rankings are soon to arrive following the 2014 Australian Open and there were plenty of surprising results with the top 20 in tennis.

Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova were eliminated early in the second week. Meanwhile, teenage phenom Eugenie Bouchard danced along with loveable storylines and topnotch tennis.

In the end, steady Li Na and resurgent Dominika Cibulkova stormed their way to the final. And all of China is celebrating once again with Li's second Grand Slam title and first Australian Open crown.

The WTA rankings listed in this slideshow are calculated and updated to include the Australian Open tournament. These rankings will be official on Monday.

The following power rankings strongly consider how the top 20 players look to build on their Australian Open momentum. Which players project to be prime contenders for 2014?

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