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Stats Corner: Best Two-Year Stretches

Serena Williams has won 18 WTA titles, four Grand Slams and two WTA Championships over the last two years. Who else has achieved similar feats?

Published October 30, 2013 12:01

Stats Corner: Best Two-Year Stretches
Steffi Graf

Serena Williams concluded a remarkable two-year stretch last week with her second straight triumph at the WTA Championships, putting her in some pretty elite company. It was just the seventh time in WTA history a player had captured at least two WTA Championships, at least four Grand Slams and at least 15 WTA titles over two seasons. How does Williams' two-year stretch compare with the other players who have accomplished this feat?

Player Year Titles Slams WTA Championships
Martina Navratilova '83-'84 29 6 2
Martina Navratilova '84-'85 25 5 2
Martina Navratilova '85-'86 26 4 3 (two editions held in '86)
Monica Seles '90-'91 19 4 2
Monica Seles '91-'92 20 5 2
Steffi Graf '95-'96 16 6 2
Serena Williams '12-'13 18 4 2

 

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