1. Zheng Saisai has not participated in any professional tennis matches since the 2015 Wimbledon Championships and as a result no longer holds a professional ranking in singles or doubles.
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2. Zheng Saisai played six further doubles events in 2015, losing in the third round of the French Open, the final at Eastbourne and the first round at Wimbledon.
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10. At the Australian Open Zheng Saisai reached the third round after another win over Stosur in the second round, but she then lost in three sets to Germany's Julia Gorges.
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13. Zheng Saisai was the second seed in Guangzhou, but lost in the second round to Laura Robson.
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14. Zheng Saisai won three matches to reach the quarter-finals, where she defeated fourth-seeded Roberta Vinci in a three set match hampered by multiple rain delays.
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15. At the French Open, Zheng Saisai was seeded 31st, but lost in the second round to Aleksandra Wozniak.
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17. Zheng Saisai was scheduled to play at the Moorilla Hobart International, but withdrew due to a right thigh injury.
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19. Zheng Saisai played a tournament in her native China for the first time in two years at the Guangzhou International Women's Open, where she was unseeded.
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21. At Wimbledon, Zheng Saisai was the 23rd seed, but lost in the second round to Petra Kvitova, who herself made it to the semifinals.
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22. Zheng Saisai was seeded 26th at the French Open and reached the second round before losing to Anastasia Pivovarova.
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23. Zheng Saisai was seeded fifth at the Polsat Warsaw Open, where she reached the finals of the singles before losing to the defending champion, Alexandra Dulgheru.
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25. Zheng Saisai began her tour season at the Moorilla Hobart International, where she made it to the quarterfinals before losing to the eventual tournament champion Alona Bondarenko.
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26. At the Toronto, Zheng Saisai advanced to the third round before losing to Lucie Safarova.
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28. At the French Open, Zheng Saisai progressed to the second round before losing Michelle Larcher de Brito in straight sets.
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29. In March 2009, Zheng Saisai was awarded the WTA Tour "Comeback of the Year" Award for 2008, as she rebounded from an injury-marred 2007.
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32. Zheng Saisai competed in both the singles and doubles of the French Open.
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35. Zheng Saisai was coached by Jiang Hong Wei, China's national women's tennis team head coach, but she is coached by her husband Zhang Yu, who is her hitting partner.
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37. Zheng Saisai is one of the most successful tennis players from China.
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44. Zheng Saisai beat Naomi Osaka and Han Xinyun in tough three-set finals.
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45. Zheng Saisai chose to play ITF's in China in lieu of the clay-court season to find her form.
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52. Zheng Saisai rebounded at a $50,000 event in Osprey, where she easily won two qualifying matches before losing in the final round of qualifying to Ashleigh Barty.
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57. In 2010, Zheng Saisai achieved great success at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore, winning the silver medal in singles and the gold medal in doubles with Tang Haochen.
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58. In 2009, Zheng Saisai was awarded a wildcard into a $10,000 ITF event in Shenzhen and won her first ITF title, defeating Sabina Sharipova in the final.
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