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- initialism tennis Women's Tennis Association
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Serena has gone 0-10 in WTA events and sagged through unsightly patches of subpar play, such as a four-match losing streak this spring that including a first-round loss to 95th-ranked Klara Zakapalova.
The WTA is a group of national organizations representing specialist doctors.
Myskina and Dementieva are tied 4-all since turning professional and are 3-all in WTA Tour events, but their friendly rivalry dates back much further.
USATODAY.com - Mother of all Russian matches features childhood friends 2004
They called the WTA, they called the physios, which is quite embarrassing.
NYT > Home Page By KAREN CROUSE 2011
• Milestones abound in Bogota - Top-seeded Gisela Dulko closed in on her first Latin American WTA Tour title, putting away sixth-seeded Sandra Zahlavova 6-2, 6-3 in the Copa Colsanitas quarterfinals in Bogota, Colombia.
chron.com Chronicle 2010
Schnyder, named the WTA Tour's most improved player of 1998, rose as high as No. 8 last year before sliding to No. 41.
The afore-mentioned achievements with the WTA is a testament to Mr. Scott's salesmanship, doggedness, and resourcefulness.
Forbes.com: News Forbes 2011
I resigned from the Board of Directors of Humanity+, called WTA at the time, in protest against what I considered as an excessively moderate stance and taking a distance from radical transhumanist visions.
Ethical Technology 2010
Before heading out Thursday, call WTA at 676-7433, or go online to ridewta. com and click on "Ride Alert."
My colleagues and I cannot believe that WireTap Anywhere (herein called WTA) still costs
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