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Stats Corner: World No.1 Beaters

Fresh off an upset of Victoria Azarenka, Marion Bartoli is one of nine active players with at least three wins over No.1-ranked players.

Published March 29, 2012 09:32

Stats Corner: World No.1 Beaters
Marion Bartoli

MIAMI, FL, USA - World No.1 Victoria Azarenka suffered her first defeat of the year at the hands of Marion Bartoli on Wednesday at the Sony Ericsson Open. It was the Frenchwoman's third career victory over a reigning No.1.

Here is a list of active players with at least three wins over World No.1s:

Player Wins Losses
Venus Williams 13 19
Serena Williams 12 11
Kim Clijsters 6 12
Svetlana Kuznetsova 6 14
Maria Sharapova 5 6
Vera Zvonareva 4 6
Marion Bartoli 3 6
Jelena Jankovic 3 12
Nadia Petrova 3 7


Notes: Bartoli, currently ranked a career-high No.7, is the only player on the list yet to crack the Top 3 herself.

Which No.1 Players Did They Beat?
Venus: Hingis 8x, Davenport 2x, Jankovic 1x, Safina 1x, Serena 1x
Serena: Hingis 5x, Capriati 2x, Henin 2x, Davenport 1x, Venus 1x, Wozniacki 1x
Clijsters: Wozniacki 2x, Davenport 1x, Hingis 1x, Serena 1x, Venus 1x
Kuznetsova: Henin 2x, Mauresmo 2x, Safina 2x
Sharapova: Davenport 2x, Henin 1x, Mauresmo 1x, Wozniacki 1x
Zvonareva: Wozniacki 2x, Jankovic 1x, Sharapova 1x
Bartoli: Azarenka 1x, Henin 1x, Jankovic 1x
Jankovic: Safina 2x, Serena 1x
Petrova: Henin 1x, Mauresmo 1x, Serena 1x

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