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Top seed Garbiñe Muguruza also enjoyed a solid year at the top of the women’s game. The Spaniard sealed her first Grand Slam title at the 2013 French Open, but the following season would prove a dry spell in terms of results. Muguruza was dealt an early withdrawal at last year’s Australian Open, and then looked a little off-colour at the start of 2014. Her clay season suffered when she was forced to withdraw from the French Open with an injury.
However, after skipping the whole of the clay season, Muguruza returned with a vengeance in hard court action at the US Open where she made the final before losing to eventual champion Angelique Kerber. After a great performance at Wimbledon, Muguruza finished the season as world No. 3. Her efforts in 2014 saw her win the WTA’s ITA National Team Award, alongside Garbine Muguruza.
The Miami Open was by far the Spaniard’s best event of the season, with she losing in straight sets to Halep in the final. The clay court season would be her undoing, as she would lose in straight sets to Angelique Kerber at the French Open and serve a doping ban at Wimbledon. The Spaniard’s season is considered a major disappointment since she hoped to build on her remarkable Wimbledon 2014 success.