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Stats Corner: Black And Who?

Cara Black has teamed up with almost three dozen players in her career. With whom has she been the most dominant statistically?

Published January 07, 2011 12:00

Stats Corner: Black And Who?
Anastasia Rodionova, Cara Black

Cara Black has been one of the greatest doubles performers of this era, having amassed a remarkable 54 titles, including five Grand Slams and two WTA Championships, and having spent 163 weeks as the No.1-ranked doubles player in the world, second most in WTA history.

Since her legendary partnership with Liezel Huber dissolved in the spring of 2010, Black has competed alongside a variety of players. She seems to have settled on one for now, having played her last five events with Anastasia Rodionova. Time will tell if this is the start of another dynasty or a short-lived union. So, how productive has she been with those she has teamed up the most often throughout her career? The stats tell the tale.

Partner Overall Record Grand Slam Record WTA Titles
Liezel Huber 240-61 (79.7%) 65-12 (84.4%) 29
Elena Likhovtseva 127-59 (68.3%) 35-13 (72.9%) 7
Anastasia Rodionova 9-5 (64.3%) 4-1 (80.0%) 0
Irina Selyutina 37-30 (55.2%) 2-9 (18.2%) 1
Rennae Stubbs 108-39 (73.5%) 25-8 (75.8%) 11

 *List only includes players with whom Black has played at least five events.

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