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Stats Corner: US Open Series History

A review of the nine Emirates Airline US Open Series standings leading up to this year's.

Published July 25, 2013 12:01

Stats Corner: US Open Series History
Petra Kvitova

The 10th year of the Emirates Airline US Open Series is underway, so it is an opportune time to look back at the history of the series that consists of the North American hardcourt events leading up to the US Open. Who have been the Top 3 finishers in the standings each year and how did those players end up faring at Flushing Meadows?

2004

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Lindsay Davenport Stanford, Carlsbad, Los Angeles SF
2. Amélie Mauresmo Montréal QF
3. Elena Likhovtseva None 1r


2005

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Kim Clijsters Stanford, Los Angeles, Toronto W
2. Mary Pierce Carlsbad R-Up
3. Amélie Mauresmo None QF


2006

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Ana Ivanovic Montréal 3r
2. Maria Sharapova Carlsbad W
3. Kim Clijsters Stanford Didn't play


2007

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Maria Sharapova Carlsbad 3r
2. Jelena Jankovic None QF
3. Patty Schnyder None 3r


2008

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Dinara Safina Los Angeles, Montréal SF
2. Marion Bartoli None 4r
3. Dominika Cibulkova None 3r


2009

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Elena Dementieva Toronto 2r
2. Flavia Pennetta Los Angeles QF
3. Jelena Jankovic Cincinnati 2r


2010

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Caroline Wozniacki Montréal, New Haven SF
2. Kim Clijsters Cincinnati W
3. Svetlana Kuznetsova Carlsbad 4r


2011

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Serena Williams Stanford, Toronto R-Up
2. Agnieszka Radwanska Carlsbad 2r
3. Maria Sharapova Cincinnati 3r


2012

Top 3 Finishers Series Titles US Open Result
1. Petra Kvitova Montréal, New Haven 4r
2. Li Na Cincinnati 3r
3. Dominika Cibulkova Carlsbad 3r

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