Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska en route to Aegon Open Nottingham | Tennis in Britain

Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska en route to Aegon Open Nottingham


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We are excited to announce that 2012 Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska has entered into the Aegon Open Nottingham.

The Polish star joins players such as British No.1 Heather Watson, 2013 Aegon Classic Birmingham winner Daniela Hantuchova and Grand Slam winner Francesca Schiavone at the Nottingham Tennis Centre in June.

Radwanska has enjoyed successful results on the British grass courts in the past and lifted the Eastbourne International trophy in 2008 when she beat Nadia Petrova.

Agnieszka RadwanskaA former world No.2, Radwanska announced herself as one of the professional circuits most high profile players when her entertaining style of play saw her reach the Wimbledon final before falling to Serena Williams in a three-set match.

Radwanska said: “I am excited to be making my debut in Nottingham this year and am really looking forward to the event. 

“My best results in my career have come on grass in Great Britain and I remember very fondly winning Eastbourne seven years ago and reaching the Wimbledon final in 2012.  It is very special to be a part of this brand new tournament in its first year and hopefully this will be exactly the preparation I need going into Wimbledon.”

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The Aegon Open Nottingham (WTA) Tournament Director, Rebecca James, said: “We are delighted to welcome a player of Agnieszka’s calibre to the inaugural Aegon Open Nottingham. Her presence further strengthens our already exciting main draw line-up and it will be a real treat for fans to see her. She is one of the most engaging characters off court and consistently a fan favourite with her unique brand of shot making."

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David Macmillan, Chief Marketing Officer at Aegon added: “Radwańska is a fantastic addition to what is already a very strong line-up. She’s known as an exciting player to watch and tennis fans will no doubt look forward to seeing her in action in Nottingham.”

World No.20 Peng Shuai of China has been forced to pull out of the event after suffering a lower back injury at the French Open. 

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