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China´s Li Na is the most popular WTA star in social media world

Li Na has more than 15 million followers online
Tennis Stories  02 Feb 2013 - 04:10 / by Prakash / reads 2765.
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China's Li Na is the most popular WTA player in the social media world. Li Na, the former French Open champion, has more than 15 million followers on the Chinese social networking site Sina Weibo. Not surprising when you consider that Li Na is the only top Chinese player and China is the most populous nation in the world.

Following Li Na is world no. 2 Maria Sharapova, with nearly 10 million followers on Facebook, Serena Williams with 5 million, Venus Williams with 2 million and India's Sania Mirza with 1.5 million.

15.3 M Li Na
9.7 M Maria Sharapova
5.0 M Serena Williams
2.1 M Venus Williams
1.5 M Sania Mirza
1.1 M Caroline Wozniacki
1.1M Zheng Jie
884k Ana Ivanovic
537k Victoria Azarenka
226k Sabine Lisicki




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