Angelique Kerber of Germany attends a press conference prior to the WTA Finals at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on October 22, 2016. / AFP / ROSLAN RAHMAN
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Angelique Kerber showed more passion in the media center than on the court when she crashed out of last year's WTA Finals, the German angered by the format and frustrated by her inability to win the set off an eliminated opponent she needed to advance.The woman she usurped, 22-times grand slam winner Serena Williams, is not in Singapore for a second year running due to a shoulder injury but Kerber knows the other seven women in the field will all believe they too have a chance to win.Her main rival is likely to be defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska, who claimed the biggest win of her career in Singapore a year ago and has the retrieving skills to match Kerber but offers a little more guile than the powerful German.
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