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40 LOVE Flashback: The Top 10 In 1993

Five of the WTA's 21 all-time World No.1s were in the year-end Top 10 in 1993 - can you name them? And which player swept the French Open, Wimbledon and US Open that year? Take your guesses...

Published December 13, 2013 12:03

Year-End No.10 in 1993 - Anke Huber. An 18-year-old Huber kicks off the year-end Top 10 for 1993.
Year-End No.10 in 1993 - Anke Huber. An 18-year-old Huber kicks off the year-end Top 10 for 1993.
Year-End No.9 in 1993 - Jennifer Capriati. 17-year-old Capriati was No.9 despite missing the fall season.
Year-End No.9 in 1993 - Jennifer Capriati. 17-year-old Capriati was No.9 despite missing the fall season.
Year-End No.8 in 1993 - Monica Seles. She won the Aussie Open in 1993 but someone else won the others...
Year-End No.8 in 1993 - Monica Seles. She won the Aussie Open in 1993 but someone else won the others...
Year-End No.7 in 1993 - Mary Joe Fernandez. Her highlight of 1993 was reaching the French Open final.
Year-End No.7 in 1993 - Mary Joe Fernandez. Her highlight of 1993 was reaching the French Open final.
Year-End No.6 in 1993 - Jana Novotna. Novotna's highlight of 1993 was reaching the Wimbledon final.
Year-End No.6 in 1993 - Jana Novotna. Novotna's highlight of 1993 was reaching the Wimbledon final.
Year-End No.5 in 1993 - Gabriela Sabatini. She recorded her sixth - and last - Top 5 finish in 1993.
Year-End No.5 in 1993 - Gabriela Sabatini. She recorded her sixth - and last - Top 5 finish in 1993.
Year-End No.4 in 1993 - Conchita Martínez. Martínez won five WTA titles in a breakthrough 1993 season.
Year-End No.4 in 1993 - Conchita Martínez. Martínez won five WTA titles in a breakthrough 1993 season.
Year-End No.3 in 1993 - Martina Navratilova. She put together her last Top 3 finish this year.
Year-End No.3 in 1993 - Martina Navratilova. She put together her last Top 3 finish this year.
Year-End No.2 in 1993 - Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario. Four WTA titles and three Grand Slam semis in 1993...
Year-End No.2 in 1993 - Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario. Four WTA titles and three Grand Slam semis in 1993...
Year-End No.1 in 1993 - Steffi Graf. Graf was almost invincible in 1993, including winning three majors.
Year-End No.1 in 1993 - Steffi Graf. Graf was almost invincible in 1993, including winning three majors.
  • Year-End No.10 in 1993 - Anke Huber. An 18-year-old Huber kicks off the year-end Top 10 for 1993.
  • Year-End No.9 in 1993 - Jennifer Capriati. 17-year-old Capriati was No.9 despite missing the fall season.
  • Year-End No.8 in 1993 - Monica Seles. She won the Aussie Open in 1993 but someone else won the others...
  • Year-End No.7 in 1993 - Mary Joe Fernandez. Her highlight of 1993 was reaching the French Open final.
  • Year-End No.6 in 1993 - Jana Novotna. Novotna's highlight of 1993 was reaching the Wimbledon final.
  • Year-End No.5 in 1993 - Gabriela Sabatini. She recorded her sixth - and last - Top 5 finish in 1993.
  • Year-End No.4 in 1993 - Conchita Martínez. Martínez won five WTA titles in a breakthrough 1993 season.
  • Year-End No.3 in 1993 - Martina Navratilova. She put together her last Top 3 finish this year.
  • Year-End No.2 in 1993 - Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario. Four WTA titles and three Grand Slam semis in 1993...
  • Year-End No.1 in 1993 - Steffi Graf. Graf was almost invincible in 1993, including winning three majors.
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