Make sure you buy your WTA Finals in Singapore tennis tickets to see arguably the in-form player leading into Singapore look to, in her words, “win the best thing I can win” – the Billie Jean King trophy.
The 1.73m Radwanska will be playing in her seventh WTA Finals after playing and winning one match in each of the 2008 and 2009 editions as an alternate in 2008. The No.1 player from Poland qualified in the Top 8 for five straight years (2011 to 2015). The 26-year-old has twice won through to the semifinal stage, in 2012 and last year before Halep ended her run.
Upon qualifying Radwanska said, “I’m excited to play at the WTA Finals in Singapore this year. I have good memories from playing in Singapore. The fans there are amazing, so I can’t wait to get out there and compete against the best players in the world.”
Radwanska has has posted a 43 wins to 23 losses record in 2015 to date. Aga has won two titles late in the race to Singapore, the Japan Open and the Tianjin Open. The elder Radwanska sister was runner-up at the Eastbourne International in June, made four semifinals – at Wimbledon (for a third time in the past four years), Katowice in Poland, Nottigham and in Beijing this month.