WTA Insider breaks down the numbers behind Caroline Wozniacki's best season in years.
WTA Insider Courtney Nguyen
October 29, 2017

SINGAPORE - Caroline Wozniacki capped off her resurgent 2017 by winning the biggest title of her career at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global. En route, Wozniacki beat four of the WTA's Top 5, tallying wins over Simona Halep, Elina Svitolina, Karolina Pliskova, and earning her first career-win over Venus Williams in the final. 

Here's a look at the impressive numbers Wozniacki posted over the course of a season she considers near the top of her best:

74: Wozniacki's ranking the week before the 2016 US Open. She went on to make the semifinals, sparking a 16-month resurgence. 

19: Wozniacki's ranking on January 1st

3: Wozniacki's year-end 2017 ranking, her highest ranking since January 2012.

23: Tournaments played. 

60: Match wins for Wozniacki, the most she's posted since 2011. Her 60-21 record is the most wins on tour this year.

4: Times Wozniacki has finished the year with 60+ tour-wins. She also accomplished the feat in 2009, 2010, and 2011. 

41: Hard court wins, leading the tour. Wozniacki posted a 41-13 record, besting Karolina Pliskova's 39-12 record.

14: Wins over Top 10 opposition this year, posting a 14-6 record.

8: Finals, a tour-best.

2: Titles, winning the Toray Pan Pacific Open and the biggest title of her career at the WTA Finals.

10: Consecutive years in which Wozniacki has won at least one title. The only player with a longer active streak is Serena Williams (2007-2017).

0: Wins over a reigning No.1 before 2017.

3: Wins over a reigning No.1 in 2017, beating Karolina Pliskova (Toronto), Garbiñe Muguruza (Tokyo), and Simona Halep (Singapore).