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Stats Corner: Co-No.1s At Slams

Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci are seeking to become just the second pair of co-doubles No.1s to be victorious at a major.

Published May 24, 2013 12:00

Stats Corner: Co-No.1s At Slams
Roberta Vinci, Sara Errani

PARIS, France - Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci are just the ninth pair of co-doubles No.1s in WTA rankings history. And when they take the court at the French Open, they will be just the seventh to compete at a Grand Slam together. Is that a good sign for their title defense? As you can see below, deep runs for co-No.1s are common, but only one such duo has taken the title.

Here is how all previous co-doubles No.1s have done at Grand Slams:

Co-No.1s Grand Slam Result
Raymond & Stubbs 2000 US Open QF
Raymond & Stosur 2006 US Open SF
Raymond & Stosur 2007 Australian Open SF
Black & Huber 2008 Australian Open QF
Black & Huber 2008 French Open SF
Black & Huber 2008 Wimbledon SF
Black & Huber 2008 US Open W
Black & Huber 2009 Australian Open QF
Black & Huber 2009 French Open SF
Black & Huber 2009 Wimbledon SF
Black & Huber 2009 US Open R-Up
Black & Huber 2010 Australian Open R-Up
Williams & Williams 2010 Wimbledon QF
Peschke & Srebotnik 2011 US Open QF
Huber & Raymond 2012 French Open 1r
Huber & Raymond 2012 Wimbledon SF
Huber & Raymond 2012 US Open 3r


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