Of this year's top eight women's singles players, Angelique Kerber is the oldest, has the most Grand Slam titles across different surfaces, and has played more singles matches in her career than the other seven. And she will need all her experience at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global that starts on Sunday.
The 30-year-old, who has qualified for the season-ender for the fifth time, told The Straits Times yesterday: "A lot of young girls are coming now but, when you've already played the final and the (different) situations while they're just starting to have these moments... I think the experience is a big advantage to have at the end.
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