Era of WTA wonder kids over?
Being a teenager isn't what it used to be, at least if you're a female tennis player.
The women's game has had a long tradition of success at a young age, from 15-year-old Charlotte "Lottie" Dodd's Wimbledon victory in 1887 to 16-year-old Martina Hingis' Australian Open win in 1997.
But the prodigies that once populated the women's tour are now few and far between.
Caroline Wozniacki carried the teenage banner for a while this year, reaching as high as No. ...
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