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Lindsay Davenport

Lindsay Davenport
  • Residence: Laguna Beach, CA, USA
  • Date of Birth: 08 Jun 1976
  • Birthplace: Palos Verdes, CA, USA
  • Height: 6' 2 1/2" (1.89 m)
  • Weight: 175 lbs. (79 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
  • Status: Pro (February 22, 1993)

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Lindsay Davenport Biography

Coached by Adam Petersen, a three-time All-American at University of Southern California and her husband's roommate at USC ... Started playing tennis at age 5, when mother put her in an afternoon class at the local club to keep her occupied ... Father, Wink, vice president of an engineering company, participated in the 1968 Olympics in volleyball; mother, Ann, is president of the Southern California Volleyball Association ... Graduated from Murrieta Valley High School in June 1994 ... Married in Hawaii on April 25, 2003 to Jon Leach, a private banker and four-time All-American tennis player at University of Southern California; gave birth to first child, Jagger Jonathan Leach, on Sunday, June 10, 2007 ... Is proud aunt to 11 nieces and nephews (both sides of family) ... Has a Rottweiler named Scout ... Is a fan of L.A. Angels, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and USC Athletics ... Likes alternative music, including Coldplay, No Doubt, Muse and Boracho ... Enjoys watching TV shows, including CSI, Young and the Restless and Grey's Anatomy.
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YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 55
WTA Doubles Titles - 38
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 0
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 1
Prize Money $0 $22,166,338
W/L - Singles - - - 753 - 194
W/L - Doubles - - - 387 - 116
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Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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12-Oct-1998 (1) 20-Oct-1997 (1)
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1991 - Made first appearance in Tour qualifying at San Diego (as WC); played first Tour main draws, reaching 2r at Schenectady (as WC) and falling 1r at US Open (as WC).

1992 - Played five Tour main draws, best results being 2r at Miami and US Open (as WC at both; l. to Sánchez-Vicario at both); fell in qualifying at Roland Garros and Wimbledon; won one doubles title on ITF Circuit.

1993 - Breakthrough season; won first title at Lucerne; made Top 100 debut on January 18 (rose from No.135 to No.99), Top 50 debut on March 8 (rose from No.73 to No.48) and Top 20 debut on September 13 (rose from No.24 to No.20); turned pro on February 22 (after Indian Wells); a week later had first Top 10 win at Delray Beach (No.5 Sabatini); played all four majors in a year for first time; reached first Grand Slam 4r at US Open (l. to Sabatini).

1994 - First Top 10 season; won two titles at Brisbane and Lucerne; reached first two Grand Slam QF, at Australian Open (l. to Graf) and Wimbledon (l. to Martínez); had three Top 10 wins early in season before making her own Top 10 debut on May 9 (rose from No.12 to No.10); runner-up at first Tour Championships (l. to Sabatini); won two doubles titles and qualified for Tour Championships in doubles (w/Raymond; l. first match).

1995 - Strong start to season but inconsistent second half led to non-Top 10 finish; won one title at Strasbourg; runner-up twice, at Sydney (l. to Sabatini) and Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. to Date Krumm); best Grand Slam was QF at Australian Open (l. to Martínez); spent all but one week of season in Top 10 but dipped out on year-end rankings after falling 1r at Tour Championships (l. to Sabatini); won four doubles titles.

1996 - Another Top 10 season;; won three titles at Strasbourg, Olympics (d. four Top 10 players en route without dropping a set; d. Sánchez-Vicario in final, having been 0-5 against her) and Los Angeles (d. Graf in SF for first win over a reigning No.1; only win over Graf when she was No.1); runner-up at Sydney (l. to Seles 46 76(7) 63; held mp second set); best Grand Slam was QF at Roland Garros (l. to Martínez); made Top 5 debut on September 30 (rose from No.6 to No.5); at Tour Championships, reached QF (l. to Graf 64 76(11); led 5-2 second set w/5sp in tie-break); won five doubles titles (incl. Roland Garros and Tour Championships w/M.Fernandez).

1997 - Finished season at No.3 (behind Hingis, Novotna); won six titles at Oklahoma City, Indian Wells, Amelia Island, Atlanta, Zürich and Chicago; runner-up twice, at Los Angeles (d. Hingis in SF, the world No.1's second loss in 57 matches of season at that point; l. to Seles 57 75 64 in final, having held mp in second set) and Philadelphia (l. to Hingis); fell early at first three majors, with 4r losses at Australian Open (l. to Po-Messerli) and Roland Garros (l. to eventual champion Majoli 57 64 62; led 75 40) and 2r exit at Wimbledon (l. to Chladkova) but reached first Grand Slam SF at US Open (l. to Hingis); crept up Top 10 all season, making Top 5 debut on September 30 (moving from No.6 to No.5), rising to No.4 on October 20 (after Zürich; would stay inside Top 5 uninterruped until April 21, 2002), to No.3 on November 10 (after Chicago) and to No.2 on November 17 (after Philadelphia); dipped to No.3 on year-end rankings after falling 1r at Tour Championships (l. to Fernandez 76 third set, having held mp); won seven doubles titles (incl. US Open and Tour Championships w/Novotna) and rose to No.1 in doubles on October 20 (for two weeks).

1998 - First No.1 finish in season highlighted by sizzling summer hardcourt form, winning four of five events at Stanford (d. Graf in SF and V.Williams in final), San Diego (d. Seles in SF and Pierce in final), Los Angeles (d. Seles in SF and No.1 Hingis in final) and US Open (did not drop a set en route; d. V.Williams in SF and No.1 Hingis in final; won title on mother's birthday); only loss in summer came at New Haven (l. to Graf in SF, snapping 13-match win streak); won six titles in total, first coming at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (d. No.1 Hingis in final) and in fall at Zürich (d. V.Williams in final); runner-up four times, at Indian Wells (l. to Hingis), Filderstadt (l. to Testud), Philadelphia (l. to Graf) and Tour Championships (l. to Hingis in 4s); QF or better at other three Grand Slams, with SF at Australian Open (l. to Martínez) and Roland Garros (l. to Sánchez-Vicario) and QF at Wimbledon (l. to Tauziat); became eighth No.1 player in history on October 12 (after Filderstadt; ended Hingis' 80-week reign) and held top spot until February 1999; won six doubles titles (incl. Tour Championships w/Zvereva) and spent 13 more weeks at No.1 in doubles (none simultaneously w/singles No.1).

1999 - Finished season at No.2 (behind Hingis); won seven titles, most notably Wimbledon (d. Graf in final; did not drop a set en route to second Grand Slam singles title) but also at Sydney (d. Graf in SF and Hingis in final), Madrid, Stanford (d. V.Williams in final), Tokyo [Princess Cup] (d. Seles in final), Philadelphia (d. V.Williams in SF and Hingis in final) and Tour Championships (d. Hingis in final); runner-up at New Haven (l. to V.Williams); QF or better at other three majors, with SF at Australian Open (l. to Mauresmo 46 75 75; led 4-2 third set) and US Open (l. to S.Williams) and QF at Roland Garros (l. to Graf); first stint at No.1 came to an end (17 weeks between October 12, 1998 and February 7, 1999); second stint at No.1 came and went (five weeks between July 5, 1999 and August 8, 1999); won four doubles titles (incl. Wimbledon w/Morariu) and spent 13 more weeks at No.1 in doubles (none simultaneously w/singles No.1); withdrew prior to Miami QF vs. Graf w/left wrist sprain (suffered in practice); same injury caused withdrawals from Hilton Head, Fed Cup, Filderstadt and Zürich.

2000 - Finished season at No.2 (behind Hingis); won four titles, most notably Australian Open (d. Hingis in final to end her 27-match, three-title win streak there; did not drop a set en route to third Grand Slam singles title); other titles came at Indian Wells (d. Hingis 46 64 60 in final; was down 64 42), Linz (d. V.Williams in final) and Philadelphia (d. Hingis in final); runner-up seven times, at Sydney (l. to Mauresmo), Miami (l. to Hingis), Wimbledon (l. to V.Williams), Stanford (l. to V.Williams), Los Angeles (l. to S.Williams), US Open (d. Clijsters, Henin and S.Williams en route to final; l. to V.Williams) and Zürich (l. to Hingis); strong start to season (24-1; only loss was to Mauresmo) helped her return to No.1 for two short stints (five weeks between April 3 and May 7; one week between May 15 and May 21) but dipped back to No.2 by year's end; on April 17, became the fourth player (now five) in history to hold No.1 in singles and doubles simultaneously (for three weeks between April 17 and May 7; Navratilova, Sánchez-Vicario and Hingis preceded her and Clijsters later on); struggled with injury in clay court season, withdrawing from Amelia Island and Hilton Head (w/left ankle injury) and prior to Rome 3r and Madrid (w/lower back strain); suffered back spasms during 1r loss to Van Roost at Roland Garros (her only pre-final loss of Grand Slam season); fell 1r at Tour Championships (l. to Dementieva 36 76(7) 64; held mp in second set); won one doubles title.

2001 - Second No.1 finish after strong start and finish but injury-plagued clay court season; three finals in early stages, winning Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (d. Hingis in final) and Scottsdale and finishing runner-up at Sydney (l. to Hingis); suffered right knee bone bruise in Miami QF, retiring then missing all events in April and May (incl. Roland Garros); made impressive return in grass season, winning Eastbourne and reaching SF at Wimbledon (l. to V.Williams); strong summer hardcourt season incl. title at Los Angeles and runner-up at Stanford (l. to Clijsters) and New Haven (l. to V.Williams); after QF exit at US Open (l. to S.Williams) had 15-match win streak that brought fifth, sixth and seventh titles of year at Filderstadt (d. Henin in final), Zürich (d. new No.1 Capriati en route) and Linz, and took her to Tour Championships final (where she d. Clijsters 76 third set in SF to clinch year-end No.1 ranking by 10 points over Capriati; had injured right knee in last two points of SF and withdrew prior to final vs. S.Williams); with run to final, began fifth stint at No.1 on November 5; won two doubles titles; withdrew from Montréal w/left wrist injury.

2002 - Finished season at No.12 after missing first half of season w/injury; had arthroscopic knee surgery on January 11 to correct full thickness cartilage defect and spent nine weeks on crutches; fifth stint at No.1 (10 weeks between November 5, 2001 and January 13, 2002) came to an end on January 14 (to Capriati); withdrew from all events, incl. first three majors of year; played first matches back in Fed Cup (USA vs. Israel) then returned to Tour at Stanford; SF or better at all five events of summer, with SF at Stanford (l. to Clijsters 46 64 62; led 64 42) and San Diego (l. to V.Williams), runner-up at Los Angeles (l. to Rubin 57 76(5) 63; served for match at 75 54) and New Haven (l. to V.Williams) and SF at US Open (l. to S.Williams 63 75; led 5-2 second set w/3sp); reached two more finals in fall, finishing runner-up at Moscow (l. to Maleeva) and Zürich (d. Clijsters and Henin en route to final; l. to Schnyder 67(5) 76(8) 63, having held 2mp second set); fell 1r at Tour Championships (l. to Seles 36 76(6) 63, having held 7mp; had won nine straight matches against Seles); finished outside Top 10 for first time since 1995.

2003 - Finished season at No.5 (behind Henin, Clijsters, S.Williams and Mauresmo); won one title at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (d. Seles in final); runner-up five times, at Sydney (l. to Clijsters), Indian Wells (l. to Clijsters), Amelia Island (l. to Dementieva 46 75 63; led 62 42), Los Angeles (l. to Clijsters) and New Haven (ret. vs. Capriati w/left foot injury); in Grand Slams, reached 4r at Australian Open (l. to Henin 75 57 97; had rallied from 75 41 down and led 4-1 third set before falling), 4r at Roland Garros (ret. vs. Martínez w/left foot injury), QF at Wimbledon (l. to V.Williams) and SF at US Open (l. to Clijsters); ret. in Miami 4r mw/right hamstring strain; was bothered throughout season by left foot injury (Morton's neuroma) and had surgery on October 15 following only post-US Open event played at Filderstadt (l. to Bovina in QF); qualified for Tour Championships for 10th straight year but withdrew following surgery; won three Tour doubles titles.

2004 - Third No.1 finish in season highlighted by seven titles, four of which came in season-best 22-match win streak at Stanford (d. V.Williams in final; had lost last six meetings), Los Angeles (d. S.Williams in final; had lost last five meetings), San Diego and Cincinnati (win streak snapped in US Open SF; l. to Kuznetsova, having been hampered by left hip strain); three other titles came at Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Amelia Island and Filderstadt; runner-up twice, at Indian Wells (l. to Henin) and Strasbourg (l. to Schaul); in first three Grand Slams, reached QF at Australian Open (l. to Henin 75 63; led 4-0 in first set w/3sp), 4r at Roland Garros (l. to Dementieva 61 63; hampered by right knee injury) and SF at Wimbledon (l. to Sharapova 26 76(5) 61; led 62 31); first player to qualify for Tour Championships, falling in RR stage w/2-1 record (d. Dementieva and S.Williams; l. to Myskina); with run to Moscow SF, began sixth stint at No.1 on October 18 (144 weeks since she was last No.1, at the time longest gap between spells at No.1 since Evert returned to No.1 in 1985; since surpassed by S.Williams in 2008); withdrew prior to Sydney SF w/right shoulder injury, from New Haven w/left wrist tendonitis and from Zürich w/influenza.

2005 - Fourth No.1 finish in season highlighed by six titles at Dubai, Amelia Island, New Haven, Bali, Filderstadt and Zürich (first time to win a title from mp down; saved 2mp down 63 54 to Hantuchova in 2r); runner-up four times, most notably at Australian Open (l. to S.Williams 26 63 60; lost nine games in a row from 62 33 up) and Wimbledon (l. to V.Williams 46 76(4) 97; served for match at 64 65 and held mp at 5-4 third set; at 2hrs, 45mins was longest Wimbledon ladies' singles final ever), but also at Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (l. to Sharapova) and Indian Wells (d. Sharapova 60 60 in SF; l. to Clijsters); QF at other two majors, at Roland Garros (d. Clijsters in 4r; l. to Pierce) and US Open (l. to Dementieva 61 36 76(6); held mp at 6-5 in tie-break); qualified for Tour Championships, reaching SF w/2-1 RR record (l. to Sharapova in RR; l. to Pierce in SF); injuries stopped her in other three events - withdrew prior to Sydney QF w/bronchitis, ret. in Charleston QF vs. Henin (w/right hip strain) and in Stanford 2r vs. Groenefeld w/low back strain; low back strain caused withdrawals from San Diego, Los Angeles and Beijing; withdrew from Philadelphia w/influenza; sixth stint at No.1 came to an end (44 weeks between October 18, 2004 and August 21, 2005; Sharapova took over); seventh stint at No.1 came and went (two weeks between August 29 and September 11; Sharapova took over); began eighth stint at No.1 on October 24); finished year at No.1 four fourth time (also 1998, 2001 and 2004), fourth player in Tour history to achieve the feat (after Evert, Navratilova and Graf); also became third woman to surpass $20 million in career earnings (after Navratilova and Graf; has since been joined by Hingis and Williams sisters).

2006 - First non-Top 20 finish since 1992 after injury-marred year; went 8-3 in first three events, reaching QF at Australian Open (l. to Henin), SF at Dubai (l. to Sharapova) and 4r at Indian Wells (l. to Hingis); withdrew from Amelia Island, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Stanford and San Diego w/back injury; returned to Tour in summer, going 13-5 in five events, losing comeback match at Los Angeles (l. to Stosur) but finishing runner-up at New Haven (d. Mauresmo in QF for 15th win over a reigning No.1, now 15-18 lifetime; ret. vs. Henin w/right shoulder strain), QF at US Open (l. to Henin), SF at Bali (l. to Kuznetsova) and QF at Beijing (l. to Mauresmo); eighth and most recent stint at No.1 (14 weeks between October 24, 2005 and January 29, 2006) ended on January 30 (after Australian Open; Clijsters took over); career tally is now 98 total weeks; on August 21 (after Los Angeles), dipped from No.10 to No.11, first time outside Top 10 since January 12, 2003, also first time in history no American was in Top 10; won one Tour doubles title; also withdrew from Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/left ankle injury); announced pregnancy in December and indefinite leave from the Tour.

2007 - Stellar return to Tour following 11-month absence while having first child; went 13-1 in three singles events, winning Bali (d. Jankovic en route to final, then d. Hantuchova), SF at Beijing (d. Dementieva en route; l. to Jankovic) and winning Québec City (d. Zvonareva in SF and Vakulenko in final); at No.234 in Bali, was fourth-lowest-ranked player in history to win a Tour singles title (after No.579 Widjaja at 2001 Bali, No.285 Zuluaga at 2002 Bogotá and No.259 Paszek at 2006 Portoroz); going into Bali, hadn't played a singles match for 51 weeks (at 2006 Beijing); was second mother to win a Tour singles title in 2007 (after Bammer at Pattaya City), first season in history where two mothers won Tour singles titles; returned to Top 100 on November 5 (after Québec City; rose from No.126 to No.73) and finished in Top 100 for 15th straight year; first match back came in doubles - having given birth to child, Jagger Jonathan Leach, on Sunday, June 10, announced on July 18 her return to the Tour, beginning with playing doubles at New Haven in August (w/Raymond; l. 1r to Black/Huber).

2008 - Sixteenth straight Top 100 season; won 54th and 55th Tour singles titles at Auckland (d. Rezai in final) and Memphis (as No.4 seed, d. No.5 seed Govortsova in final); now tied for No.7 all-time in Tour singles titles won (w/Wade); SF at Amelia Island (as No.16 seed, d. No.8 seed Szavay en route; withdrew prior to match vs. top seed and eventual champion Sharapova w/viral illness); QF at Indian Wells (as No.24 seed, d. No.6 seed Bartoli en route; ret. vs. No.3 seed Jankovic w/back injury); pre-QF exits in four other events, falling in 2r of Australian Open (l. to No.5 seed and eventual champion Sharapova), 4r of Miami (as No.32 seed, d. No.2 seed Ivanovic en route, falling to No.13 seed Safina; win over world No.2 Ivanovic was best win of comeback in terms of ranking), 2r of Wimbledon (as No.25 seed, withdrew prior to match vs. Dulko w/right knee injury) and 3r of US Open (as No.23 seed, l. to No.12 seed Bartoli); member of American Fed Cup team that d. Germany 4-1 in World Group 1r (went 2-1); withdrew from Roland Garros w/personal reasons and from Eastbourne, Stanford, Los Angeles, Olympics and Luxembourg w/right knee injury; won 37th Tour doubles title at Memphis (w/Raymond); played doubles at Olympics, reaching QF (w/Huber; l. to Medina Garrigues/Ruano Pascual); became No.1 all-time prize money earner on January 28 (after Australian Open; surpassed Graf) and became first player in Tour history to surpass $22 million on April 7 (after Miami).

2009 - Announced in December 2008 she is expecting second child; withdrew from 2009 Australian Open and will be off the WTA indefinitely.

2010 - Made return to WTA in doubles at Stanford, winning 38th WTA doubles title (w/Huber); reached QF at San Diego (w/Huber - l. to Mattek-Sands/Yan).

2011 - Did not play.

2012 - Did not play.

2013 - Did not play.
SINGLES
Winner (55): 2008 - Auckland, Memphis; 2007 - Bali, Québec City; 2005 - Dubai, Amelia Island, New Haven, Bali, Filderstadt, Zürich; 2004 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Amelia Island, Stanford, Los Angeles, San Diego, Cincinnati, Filderstadt; 2003 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 2001 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Scottsdale, Eastbourne, Los Angeles, Filderstadt, Zürich, Linz; 2000 - Australian Open, Indian Wells, Linz, Philadelphia; 1999 - Sydney, Madrid, Wimbledon, Stanford, Tokyo [Princess Cup], Philadelphia, Tour Championships; 1998 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Stanford, San Diego, Los Angeles, US Open, Zürich; 1997 - Oklahoma City, Indian Wells, Amelia Island, Atlanta, Zürich, Chicago; 1996 - Strasbourg, Olympics, Los Angeles; 1995 - Strasbourg; 1994 - Brisbane, Lucerne; 1993 - Lucerne.
Finalist (38): 2006 - New Haven; 2005 - Australian Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Indian Wells, Wimbledon; 2004 - Indian Wells, Strasbourg; 2003 - Sydney, Indian Wells, Amelia Island, Los Angeles, New Haven; 2002 - Los Angeles, New Haven, Moscow, Zürich; 2001 - Sydney, Stanford, New Haven, Tour Championships; 2000 - Sydney, Miami, Wimbledon, Stanford, Los Angeles, US Open, Zürich; 1999 - New Haven; 1998 - Indian Wells, Filderstadt, Philadelphia, Tour Championships; 1997 - Los Angeles, Philadelphia; 1996 - Sydney; 1995 - Sydney, Tokyo [Pan Pacific]; 1994 - Tour Championships.

DOUBLES
Winner (38): 2010 - Stanford (w/Huber); 2008 - Memphis (w/Raymond); 2006 - Bali (w/Morariu); 2003 - Indian Wells, Amelia Island, Eastbourne (all w/Raymond); 2002 - Filderstadt (w/Raymond); 2001 - Filderstadt, Zürich (both w/Raymond); 2000 - Indian Wells (w/Morariu); 1999 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Zvereva), Wimbledon, Stanford, San Diego (all w/Morariu); 1998 - Indian Wells, Berlin, Stanford, San Diego, Filderstadt, Tour Championships (all w/Zvereva); 1997 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Indian Wells (both w/Zvereva), Amelia Island, Berlin, US Open, Tour Championships (all w/Novotna), Stanford (w/Hingis); 1996 - Sydney, Roland Garros, Oakland, Tour Championships (all w/Fernandez), Los Angeles (w/Zvereva); 1995 - Sydney (w/Novotna), Indian Wells (w/Raymond), Strasbourg, Tokyo [Nichirei] (both w/Fernandez); 1994 - Indian Wells (w/Raymond), Oakland (w/Sánchez-Vicario); 1992 - ITF/Key Biscayne, FL-USA (w/Schlukebir).
Finalist (23): 2005 - Australian Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (both w/Morariu); 2003 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Scottsdale, San Diego (all w/Raymond); 2001 - Australian Open (w/Morariu); 2000 - San Diego (w/Kournikova); 1999 - Australian Open (w/Zvereva); 1998 - Australian Open, Tokyo [Pan Pacific], Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open (all w/Zvereva); 1997 - Sydney (w/Zvereva), Australian Open (w/Raymond), Hilton Head, Filderstadt, Philadelphia (all w/Novotna), Chicago (w/Seles); 1996 - Australian Open (w/Fernandez); 1995 - Tokyo [Pan Pacific] (w/Stubbs); 1994 - Roland Garros (w/Raymond); 1993 - Lucerne (w/Werdel-Witmeyer).

ADDITIONAL
American Fed Cup Team, 1993-2000, 2002, 2005, 2008; American Olympic Team, 1996, 2000, 2008.

Overall Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 55
WTA Doubles Titles - 38
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 0
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 1
Prize Money $0 $22,166,338
W/L - Singles - - - 753 - 194
W/L - Doubles - - - 387 - 116

Grand Slam History

Singles

W/L   2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
56 / 13 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2r - QF F QF 4r - SF
31 / 11 FRENCH OPEN - - - QF 4r 4r - -
49 / 12 WIMBLEDON 2r - - F SF QF - SF
62 / 16 US OPEN 3r - QF QF SF SF SF QF
W/L   2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994
56 / 13 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W SF SF 4r 4r QF QF
31 / 11 FRENCH OPEN 1r QF SF 4r QF 4r 3r
49 / 12 WIMBLEDON F W QF 2r 2r 4r QF
62 / 16 US OPEN F SF W SF 4r 2r 3r
W/L   1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987
56 / 13 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 3r - - - - - -
31 / 11 FRENCH OPEN 1r - - - - - -
49 / 12 WIMBLEDON 3r - - - - - -
62 / 16 US OPEN 4r 2r 1r - - - -

Doubles

W/L   2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
50 / 13 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 3r - - F 3r SF - F
28 / 7 FRENCH OPEN - - - - - 3r - -
25 / 8 WIMBLEDON - - - 2r - SF - -
21 / 8 US OPEN 3r - - - - - - -
W/L   2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994
50 / 13 AUSTRALIAN OPEN SF F F F F SF 3r
28 / 7 FRENCH OPEN - SF F 3r W SF F
25 / 8 WIMBLEDON - W F QF QF 1r 3r
21 / 8 US OPEN - QF F W - 3r QF
W/L   1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987
50 / 13 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 3r - - - - - -
28 / 7 FRENCH OPEN 1r - - - - - -
25 / 8 WIMBLEDON 2r - - - - - -
21 / 8 US OPEN 1r 1r 1r - - - -

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Lindsay Davenport Results

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Current WTA Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Rankings Breakdown

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
25/08/2008 US OPEN R32 90
23/06/2008 WIMBLEDON R64 60
14/01/2008 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 60
28/08/2006 US OPEN Q 174
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 174
29/08/2005 US OPEN Q 296
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON F 826
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN Q 276
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN F 698
30/08/2004 US OPEN S 456
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON S 424
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN R16 122
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 270
25/08/2003 US OPEN S 408
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON Q 206
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN R16 174
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 156
26/08/2002 US OPEN S 398
27/08/2001 US OPEN Q 206
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON S 444
Date Tournament Round Points
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 436
28/08/2000 US OPEN F 592
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON F 642
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 934
30/08/1999 US OPEN S 516
21/06/1999 WIMBLEDON W 840
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN Q 186
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 380
28/09/1998 MUNICH - GRAND SLAM CUP Q 0
Date Tournament Round Points
31/08/1998 US OPEN W 1020
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON Q 218
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN S 444
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 396
25/08/1997 US OPEN S 380
23/06/1997 WIMBLEDON R64 32
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN R16 107
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 102
26/08/1996 US OPEN R16 92
24/06/1996 WIMBLEDON R64 32
Date Tournament Round Points
27/05/1996 FRENCH OPEN Q 238
15/01/1996 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 98
28/08/1995 US OPEN R64 27
26/06/1995 WIMBLEDON R16 110
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN R16 110
16/01/1995 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 200
29/08/1994 US OPEN R32 55
20/06/1994 WIMBLEDON Q 200
23/05/1994 FRENCH OPEN R32 55
17/01/1994 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 200
Date Tournament Round Points
30/08/1993 US OPEN R16 110
21/06/1993 WIMBLEDON R32 55
24/05/1993 FRENCH OPEN R128 14
18/01/1993 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 55
31/08/1992 US OPEN R64 25
22/06/1992 WIMBLEDON Q - R64 0
25/05/1992 FRENCH OPEN Q - R32 0
26/08/1991 US OPEN R128 13
Complete Rankings Breakdown

Rankings History

Year Season-ending Singles Season-ending Doubles
2008 36 76
2007 73 -
2006 25 -
2005 1 49
2004 1 44
2003 5 8
2002 12 -
2001 1 25
2000 2 26
1999 2 4
1998 1 4
1997 3 2
1996 9 7
1995 12 6
1994 6 8
1993 20 49
1992 159 93
1991 339 0
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
12-Oct-1998 (1) 20-Oct-1997 (1)

Current WTA Rankings

Ranking Points
- 0

Rankings Breakdown

  • Singles
    Doubles

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
25/08/2008 US OPEN R32 90
23/06/2008 WIMBLEDON R64 60
14/01/2008 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 60
28/08/2006 US OPEN Q 174
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 174
29/08/2005 US OPEN Q 296
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON F 826
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN Q 276
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN F 698
30/08/2004 US OPEN S 456
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON S 424
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN R16 122
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 270
25/08/2003 US OPEN S 408
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON Q 206
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN R16 174
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 156
26/08/2002 US OPEN S 398
27/08/2001 US OPEN Q 206
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON S 444
Date Tournament Round Points
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 436
28/08/2000 US OPEN F 592
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON F 642
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 934
30/08/1999 US OPEN S 516
21/06/1999 WIMBLEDON W 840
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN Q 186
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 380
28/09/1998 MUNICH - GRAND SLAM CUP Q 0
Date Tournament Round Points
31/08/1998 US OPEN W 1020
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON Q 218
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN S 444
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN S 396
25/08/1997 US OPEN S 380
23/06/1997 WIMBLEDON R64 32
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN R16 107
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 102
26/08/1996 US OPEN R16 92
24/06/1996 WIMBLEDON R64 32
Date Tournament Round Points
27/05/1996 FRENCH OPEN Q 238
15/01/1996 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 98
28/08/1995 US OPEN R64 27
26/06/1995 WIMBLEDON R16 110
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN R16 110
16/01/1995 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 200
29/08/1994 US OPEN R32 55
20/06/1994 WIMBLEDON Q 200
23/05/1994 FRENCH OPEN R32 55
17/01/1994 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 200
Date Tournament Round Points
30/08/1993 US OPEN R16 110
21/06/1993 WIMBLEDON R32 55
24/05/1993 FRENCH OPEN R128 14
18/01/1993 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 55
31/08/1992 US OPEN R64 25
22/06/1992 WIMBLEDON Q - R64 0
25/05/1992 FRENCH OPEN Q - R32 0
26/08/1991 US OPEN R128 13

Tour Championships

Date Tournament Round Points
08/11/2005 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS SF 321
08/11/2004 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R1 214
06/11/2002 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 67
29/10/2001 SANEX CHAMPIONSHIPS F 401
13/11/2000 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 54
15/11/1999 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS W 599
16/11/1998 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS F 386
17/11/1997 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 54
18/11/1996 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS Q 142
13/11/1995 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 100
Date Tournament Round Points
14/11/1994 VS CHAMPIONSHIPS F 575

Premier Events

Date Tournament Round Points

Fed Cup

Date Tournament Round Points
02/02/2008 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
23/04/2005 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0

Tier 1-5

Date Tournament Round Points
07/04/2008 AMELIA ISLAND S 125
26/03/2008 MIAMI R16 70
12/03/2008 INDIAN WELLS Q 115
24/02/2008 MEMPHIS W 140
31/12/2007 AUCKLAND W 115
29/10/2007 QUEBEC CITY W 140
17/09/2007 BEIJING S 125
10/09/2007 BALI W 165
18/09/2006 BEIJING Q 49
11/09/2006 BALI S 66
Date Tournament Round Points
20/08/2006 NEW HAVEN F 137
07/08/2006 LOS ANGELES R32 1
08/03/2006 INDIAN WELLS R16 45
20/02/2006 DUBAI S 99
17/10/2005 ZURICH W 424
03/10/2005 FILDERSTADT W 356
12/09/2005 BALI W 182
21/08/2005 NEW HAVEN W 309
25/07/2005 STANFORD R16 1
11/04/2005 CHARLESTON Q 78
Date Tournament Round Points
04/04/2005 AMELIA ISLAND W 304
09/03/2005 INDIAN WELLS F 342
28/02/2005 DUBAI W 268
01/02/2005 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) F 270
09/01/2005 SYDNEY Q 72
11/10/2004 MOSCOW S 166
04/10/2004 FILDERSTADT W 413
16/08/2004 CINCINNATI W 175
25/07/2004 SAN DIEGO W 461
19/07/2004 LOS ANGELES W 396
Date Tournament Round Points
12/07/2004 STANFORD W 282
17/05/2004 STRASBOURG F 136
12/04/2004 CHARLESTON Q 93
05/04/2004 AMELIA ISLAND W 353
10/03/2004 INDIAN WELLS F 270
03/02/2004 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) W 363
11/01/2004 SYDNEY S 166
06/10/2003 FILDERSTADT Q 90
17/08/2003 NEW HAVEN F 210
04/08/2003 LOS ANGELES F 230
Date Tournament Round Points
28/07/2003 SAN DIEGO S 162
16/06/2003 EASTBOURNE R16 1
14/04/2003 AMELIA ISLAND F 229
07/04/2003 CHARLESTON S 164
19/03/2003 MIAMI R16 57
05/03/2003 INDIAN WELLS F 319
24/02/2003 SCOTTSDALE R16 1
28/01/2003 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) W 363
05/01/2003 SYDNEY F 220
13/10/2002 ZURICH F 309
Date Tournament Round Points
07/10/2002 FILDERSTADT Q 72
30/09/2002 MOSCOW F 231
18/08/2002 NEW HAVEN F 225
04/08/2002 LOS ANGELES F 194
29/07/2002 SAN DIEGO S 145
22/07/2002 STANFORD S 154
22/10/2001 LINZ W 328
14/10/2001 ZURICH W 434
08/10/2001 FILDERSTADT W 401
19/08/2001 NEW HAVEN F 187
Date Tournament Round Points
05/08/2001 LOS ANGELES W 341
30/07/2001 SAN DIEGO S 140
23/07/2001 STANFORD F 199
18/06/2001 EASTBOURNE W 269
21/03/2001 MIAMI Q 106
07/03/2001 INDIAN WELLS Q 111
26/02/2001 SCOTTSDALE W 295
29/01/2001 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) W 426
07/01/2001 SYDNEY F 178
06/11/2000 PHILADELPHIA W 400
Date Tournament Round Points
16/10/2000 LINZ W 303
09/10/2000 ZURICH F 250
14/08/2000 MONTREAL R16 44
07/08/2000 LOS ANGELES F 213
31/07/2000 SAN DIEGO R16 1
24/07/2000 STANFORD F 223
19/06/2000 EASTBOURNE Q 54
15/05/2000 ROME R16 51
20/03/2000 MIAMI F 286
06/03/2000 INDIAN WELLS W 479
Date Tournament Round Points
28/02/2000 SCOTTSDALE F 261
10/01/2000 SYDNEY F 233
08/11/1999 PHILADELPHIA W 417
04/10/1999 FILDERSTADT Q 65
27/09/1999 MUNICH - GRAND SLAM CUP S 0
20/09/1999 TOKYO (TOYOTA) W 318
23/08/1999 NEW HAVEN F 201
09/08/1999 LOS ANGELES S 128
02/08/1999 SAN DIEGO S 128
26/07/1999 STANFORD W 303
Date Tournament Round Points
17/05/1999 MADRID W 179
05/04/1999 AMELIA ISLAND R16 27
15/03/1999 MIAMI Q 115
01/03/1999 INDIAN WELLS R32 1
01/02/1999 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) Q 73
11/01/1999 SYDNEY W 365
09/11/1998 PHILADELPHIA F 201
12/10/1998 ZURICH W 395
05/10/1998 FILDERSTADT F 273
24/08/1998 NEW HAVEN S 113
Date Tournament Round Points
10/08/1998 LOS ANGELES W 381
03/08/1998 SAN DIEGO W 344
27/07/1998 STANFORD W 311
11/05/1998 BERLIN R16 51
06/04/1998 AMELIA ISLAND S 144
30/03/1998 HILTON HEAD Q 96
16/03/1998 MIAMI Q 114
09/03/1998 INDIAN WELLS F 289
23/02/1998 OKLAHOMA CITY S 68
02/02/1998 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) W 461
Date Tournament Round Points
12/01/1998 SYDNEY Q 65
10/11/1997 PHILADELPHIA F 336
03/11/1997 CHICAGO W 274
13/10/1997 ZURICH W 396
06/10/1997 FILDERSTADT R16 1
18/08/1997 ATLANTA W 298
11/08/1997 TORONTO Q 90
04/08/1997 LOS ANGELES F 286
21/07/1997 STANFORD S 109
19/05/1997 STRASBOURG R16 1
Date Tournament Round Points
12/05/1997 BERLIN R32 1
07/04/1997 AMELIA ISLAND W 323
31/03/1997 HILTON HEAD Q 102
17/03/1997 MIAMI R16 50
03/03/1997 INDIAN WELLS W 359
17/02/1997 OKLAHOMA CITY W 197
27/01/1997 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) Q 83
06/01/1997 SYDNEY S 115
11/11/1996 PHILADELPHIA R32 1
04/11/1996 OAKLAND Q 73
Date Tournament Round Points
28/10/1996 CHICAGO Q 59
07/10/1996 FILDERSTADT S 143
30/09/1996 LEIPZIG Q 67
12/08/1996 LOS ANGELES W 389
17/06/1996 EASTBOURNE R16 119
20/05/1996 STRASBOURG W 225
25/03/1996 MIAMI S 195
11/03/1996 INDIAN WELLS S 170
29/01/1996 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) Q 89
08/01/1996 SYDNEY F 227
Date Tournament Round Points
30/10/1995 OAKLAND S 135
09/10/1995 FILDERSTADT R16 18
25/09/1995 LEIPZIG R16 18
18/09/1995 TOKYO (NICHIREI) Q 70
07/08/1995 LOS ANGELES Q 70
22/05/1995 STRASBOURG W 190
20/03/1995 MIAMI R16 60
27/02/1995 INDIAN WELLS Q 70
30/01/1995 TOKYO (PAN PACIFIC) F 330
09/01/1995 SYDNEY F 210
Date Tournament Round Points
07/11/1994 PHILADELPHIA R16 55
31/10/1994 OAKLAND S 135
19/09/1994 TOKYO (NICHIREI) R16 35
01/08/1994 SAN DIEGO Q 70
16/05/1994 LUCERNE W 190
04/04/1994 AMELIA ISLAND S 135
28/03/1994 HILTON HEAD Q 105
21/03/1994 HOUSTON R16 35
14/03/1994 MIAMI S 225
21/02/1994 INDIAN WELLS S 135
Date Tournament Round Points
07/02/1994 CHICAGO Q 70
03/01/1994 BRISBANE W 190
08/11/1993 PHILADELPHIA R16 55
01/11/1993 OAKLAND S 135
20/09/1993 TOKYO (NICHIREI) Q 70
09/08/1993 LOS ANGELES R16 35
14/06/1993 EASTBOURNE R64 9
17/05/1993 LUCERNE W 190
05/04/1993 AMELIA ISLAND R16 35
29/03/1993 HILTON HEAD R32 28
Date Tournament Round Points
15/03/1993 MIAMI R64 15
01/03/1993 DELRAY BEACH Q 70
22/02/1993 INDIAN WELLS Q 70
04/01/1993 BRISBANE Q 20
09/11/1992 INDIANAPOLIS Q - Q 0
24/08/1992 SCHENECTADY Q - R16 0
10/08/1992 LOS ANGELES Q - R16 0
18/05/1992 LUCERNE S 10
13/04/1992 HOUSTON Q 18
06/04/1992 AMELIA ISLAND Q 9
Date Tournament Round Points
23/03/1992 SAN ANTONIO Q - R32 0
16/03/1992 MIAMI R64 13
19/08/1991 SCHENECTADY R16 10
29/07/1991 SAN DIEGO Q - Q 0

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