15 Dec '11, 10pm

TODAYonline | Sports | Stosur slips into Singapore unnoticed

SINGAPORE - Samantha Stosur (picture) made a quiet entry into Singapore last night, so quiet she eluded the notice of the waiting media, tournament officials and lone fan who wanted to greet her. The 27-year-old Australian somehow managed to find her way out through the glass doors of Gate 45-48 at Changi Airport's Terminal 3 and into a taxi, slipping the notice of everyone, including the official car waiting for her. World No 6 Stosur is the reigning US Open women's singles champion, and is the headline act at this weekend's Singapore Women's Tennis Exhibition 2011, which will also feature Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska (8), China's Peng Shuai (17), Italy's Flavia Pennetta (20), Slovokia's Daniela Hantuchova (24) and Spain's Anabel Medina Garrigues. This is the first international women's tennis event held here since Maria Sharapova and Anna Chakvetadze put on an exhibition...

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