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Amelie Mauresmo

Amelie Mauresmo
  • Residence: Geneva, Switzerland
  • Date of Birth: 05 Jul 1979
  • Birthplace: St. Germains en Laye, France
  • Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)
  • Weight: 152 lbs. (69 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed (one-handed backhand)
  • Status: Pro (1993)
  • Pronounced: AH-meh-lee moh-RES-moh
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Amelie Mauresmo Biography

Coached by Hugo Lecoq; formerly coached by Loic Courteau (from Rome in May 2002 until September 2008) ... Mother is Françoise; father, Francis, passed away on March 12, 2004; has older brother, Fabien, an engineer like his father ... Says she decided just before age 4 to play tennis after watching Yannick Noah win 1983 Roland Garros on TV; was very honored when Noah picked her to compete on the 1998 French Fed Cup team ... Likes speed of downhill skiing, go karts, horseback riding, water surfing in Biarritz and listening to music by Dido ... Has two Golden Retrievers (a mother and son) ... Enjoys red wine and has a wine cellar at home ... Best memory of career is becoming the first French player to reach No.1 (in September 2004).

Official Website: www.ameliemauresmo.fr
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YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 25
WTA Doubles Titles - 3
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 2
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 2
Prize Money $0 $15,022,476
W/L - Singles - - - 545 - 227
W/L - Doubles - - - 92 - 62
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Results

US OPEN

Grand Slam // USA // 31-Aug-2009 // $9,756,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 17 // Seed/Entry: 17/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Tatjana Maria (GER) 66 6-3 6-4
R64 Loss Aleksandra Wozniak (CAN) 39 6-4 6-0

WTA Rankings PTS

+100

Prize Money

$30,364
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Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
13-Sep-2004 (1) 26-Jun-2006 (29)
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JANUARY - Reached SF at Brisbane (as No.5 seed, d. top seed Ivanovic en route; ret. vs. No.3 seed Bartoli w/left thigh strain); withdrew from Sydney w/left thigh strain; reached 3r at Australian Open (as No.20 seed, l. to No.13 seed Azarenka).

FEBRUARY - Went 0-2 in France's 5-0 Fed Cup World Group 1r loss to Italy; won 25th Tour singles title at Paris [Indoors] (as No.8 seed, d. No.4 seed A.Radwanska, No.2 seed Jankovic and No.3 seed Dementieva in QF, SF and final; was first Tour singles title in almost exactly two years).

MARCH - Reached 3r at Indian Wells (as No.17 seed, l. to Li); reached 4r at Miami (as No.20 seed, d. No.15 seed Pennetta en route; l. to Stosur); also won third Tour doubles title at Miami (w/Kuznetsova).

APRIL - Went 3-0 in France's 3-2 Fed Cup World Group Play-off win over Slovakia.

MAY - Fell 1r at Rome (l. to Martinez Sanchez in 3s); reached SF at Madrid (d. No.15 seed Zheng and No.3 seed Dementieva en route; l. to No.9 seed Wozniacki); fell 1r at Roland Garros (as No.16 seed, l. to Groenefeld).

JUNE - Reached 2r at Eastbourne (d. No.4 seed Zvonareva in 1r; l. to qualifier Makarova); reached 4r at Wimbledon (as No.17 seed, d. No.15 seed Pennetta en route; l. to top seed Safina in 3s).

JULY - Did not play.

AUGUST - Fell 1r at Toronto (as No.15 seed, l. to Schiavone in 3s); reached SF at New Haven (as No.8 seed, d. top seed Kuznetsova en route; l. to Vesnina in 3s); reached 2r at US Open (as No.17 seed, l. to Wozniak).

SEPTEMBER - Withdrew from Tokyo w/abdominal injury.

OCTOBER - Withdrew from Beijing w/abdominal injury.
1993 - Played first event of career on ITF Circuit in France.

1994 - Continued to play on ITF Circuit.

1995 - Played first Tour main draw at Roland Garros, falling 1r (was WC into qualifying); won one singles title and two doubles titles on ITF Circuit.

1996 - Won first Tour main draw matches at Roland Garros (l. 2r) and Rosmalen (l. 2r); fell in Tour qualifying twice (incl. Australian Open).

1997 - Played six Tour main draws, reaching 2r four times, incl. Roland Garros (as WC, l. to Graf); fell in Australian Open and Wimbledon qualifying; won one singles title on ITF Circuit; made Top 100 debut on December 22 (at No.100).

1998 - First Top 100 season; reached first Tour singles final at Berlin (ranked No.65, saved mp vs. Nola in qualifying, then d. No.2 Davenport and No.3 Novotna en route; l. to Martínez); QF twice, at Prague and New Haven; played all four Grand Slams for first time, best results being 3r at Australian Open and US Open.

1999 - First Top 10 season; reached first Grand Slam final at Australian Open (saved mp in 1r win over Morariu, then made it all the way to final; l. to Hingis); also won first Tour singles title at Bratislava (d. Clijsters in final), finished runner-up at Paris [Indoors] (l. to S.Williams); SF twice, at Rome and Linz; QF twice, at New Haven and Tokyo [Princess Cup]; made Top 10 debut on May 10; fell 1r in first Tour Championships (l. to Davenport); sprained right ankle in doubles at Roland Garros, missing Wimbledon as a result.

2000 - Finished at No.16 after season highlighted by second Tour singles title at Sydney (d. Davenport in final); was only player to d. Davenport between September 1999-April 2000; runner-up twice, at Bol (l. to Pisnik in final) and Rome (l. to Seles in final); SF twice, at Hannover (l. to S.Williams) and Moscow (l. to Hingis); best Grand Slam was 4r at Roland Garros (l. to Seles); won one Tour doubles title; ret. in Indian Wells 2r w/back injury and was off Tour for seven weeks; withdrew from all events in July and August (incl. US Open) w/back injury and from Tour Championships w/left leg injury.

2001 - Second Top 10 season; won four Tour singles titles, first three in a row at Paris [Indoors] (d. A.Huber in final), Nice (d. Maleeva in final) and Amelia Island (d. Coetzer in final), then fell in QF at Charleston (l. to Hingis; snapped 16-match win streak) before winning Berlin (d. Capriati in final); runner-up once, at Rome (l. to Dokic in final); made Top 5 debut afterwards on May 21 (rose from No.6 to No.5); fell 1r at Roland Garros (l. to Kandarr); also SF at Sydney (withdrew vs. Davenport w/back injury); QF three more times, at New Haven, US Open (l. to Capriati) and Filderstadt; fell 1r at Tour Championships (l. to Testud).

2002 - Third Top 10 season; won two Tour singles titles, at Dubai (d. Testud in final) and Montréal (d. Capriati in final); SF six times, most notably at Wimbledon (l. to S.Williams) and US Open (l. to V.Williams) but also at Paris [Indoors], Antwerp (l. to V.Williams both times), Moscow (l. to Maleeva) and Filderstadt (l. to Clijsters); QF six times, most notably Australian Open (l. to Capriati) but also Sydney, Berlin, Rome, 's-Hertogenbosch and New Haven; withdrew from Zürich and Tour Championships w/right knee injury.

2003 - First Top 5 season; won two Tour singles titles, at Warsaw (won when V.Williams ret. w/abdominal strain) and Philadelphia (d. Myskina in final); runner-up four times, at Paris [Indoors] (l. to S.Williams in final), Rome (l. to Clijsters in final), Moscow (l. to Myskina in final) and Tour Championships (1-2 in RR; d. Henin in SF, falling to Clijsters in final); SF three times, QF five times (incl. first QF in nine Roland Garros tries, also US Open); returned from four-month injury break to begin year in February at Paris [Indoors]; was only player in 2003 to beat both Williams sisters; won all eight of her Fed Cup matches, leading France to its second Fed Cup title; withdrew from Wimbledon w/right rib muscle injury.

2004 - Another Top 5 season; after US Open on September 13, rose to No.1 (first player from France male or female to achieve the feat, staying there five weeks before Davenport took it back on October 18); won five Tour singles titles, at Berlin (won when V.Williams withdrew w/ankle injury), Rome (d. Capriati in final), Montréal (d. Likhovtseva in final), Linz (d. Bovina in final) and Philadelphia (d. Zvonareva in final); was third player ever to win Berlin and Rome in same year (Graf-1987, Seles-1990); runner-up three times, at Sydney (l. to Henin in final), Amelia Island (l. to Davenport) and Filderstadt (first event as No.1; ret. vs. Davenport in final w/left adductor strain); SF three times, at Eastbourne (l. to Hantuchova), Wimbledon (l. to S.Williams), and Tour Championships (went 3-0 in RR, incl. win over eventual champion Sharapova; l. to S.Williams in SF); QF four times, incl. Roland Garros, US Open, Australian Open (withdrew prior to QF vs. Zuluaga w/back injury); only one pre-QF loss in 16 events, at San Diego (l. 2r); withdrew from Paris [Indoors], Antwerp, Dubai, Doha, Indian Wells w/back injury suffered at Australian Open, also causing withdrawal from Charleston.

2005 - Another Top 5 season; won four Tour singles titles, at Antwerp (d. V.Williams in final), Rome (d. Schnyder in final), Philadelphia (d. Dementieva in final) and finally Tour Championships (went 2-1 in RR, only loss coming to Pierce; d. Sharapova in SF and Pierce in final); first French champion in first all-French final in event's history; runner-up three times, at Paris [Indoors] (l. to Safina in final), New Haven and Filderstadt (l. to Davenport in both finals); SF four times, at Doha (l. to Molik), Miami (l. to Clijsters), Wimbledon (l. to Davenport) and Toronto (l. to Henin); QF three times, at Australian Open (l. to S.Williams), Berlin and US Open (l. to Pierce); five pre-QF losses in 19 events, incl. Roland Garros (l. to Ivanovic in 3r).

2006 - Best season to date, winning first two Grand Slams and holding No.1 for most of year; won Australian Open (was leading 61 20 in final when Henin ret. w/GI illness; was second-longest wait for first major, in 32nd attempt) and Wimbledon (d. Henin 26 63 64 in final); was first French Wimbledon champion in Open Era; now 2-1 in Grand Slam singles finals; other two Tour singles titles of season came at Paris [Indoors] (d. Pierce in final) and Antwerp (d. Clijsters in final); runner-up three times, at Doha (l. to Petrova in final), Beijing (l. to Kuznetsova in final) and Tour Championships (went 2-1 in RR; d. Clijsters in SF, falling to Henin in final); SF three times, at Miami (l. to Kuznetsova), Berlin (l. to Henin) and US Open (l. to Sharapova); QF four times, at Dubai (l. to Kuznetsova; snapped 16-match win streak dating back to Australian Open), New Haven, Moscow and Zürich (withdrew w/right shoulder injury); only three pre-QF losses in 17 events, incl. Roland Garros (l. to Vaidisova in 4r); began season at No.3, rising to No.2 on January 30 (after Australian Open) and returning to No.1 on March 20, remaining there for 34 more weeks, bringing career tally to 39 (Henin regained it on November 6 year-end rankings); won one Tour doubles title.

2007 - First non-Top 10 finish in seven years after season marred by two separate injury lay-offs; won one Tour singles title at Antwerp (d. Clijsters in final; third straight title there, winning diamond-studded racquet); runner-up three times, at Dubai (l. to Henin in final), Strasbourg (l. to Medina Garrigues in final) and Eastbourne (l. to Henin in final); SF once, at Paris [Indoors] (l. to Petrova); QF twice, at Sydney and Beijing; eight pre-QF losses in 15 events, incl. Australian Open (l. to Safarova in 4r), Roland Garros (l. to Safarova in 3r) and Wimbledon (l. to Vaidisova in 4r); first lay-off came in spring: on March 18 underwent an emergency appendectomy and withdrew from Miami, Amelia Island and Charleston (missed two months in total); second lay-off came in summer: after going 1-1 in France's 3-2 Fed Cup World Group SF loss to Italy, withdrew from Toronto and US Open w/right adductor strain (missed nine weeks in total); having begun season at No.3, dropped from No.4 to No.6 on July 9 (after Wimbledon; had spent 191 consecutive weeks inside Top 5) and from No.7 to No.11 on September 10 (after US Open; had spent 270 straight weeks inside Top 10); dropped to No.18 on November 12 year-end rankings (lowest since February 11, 2001).

2008 - First non-Top 20 season in 10 years (finishing at No.24); SF twice, at Cincinnati (l. to Dechy) and New Haven (l. to Chakvetadze); QF five times, at Gold Coast, Paris [Indoors], Dubai, Amelia Island and Luxembourg; reached 4r once (US Open) and 3r four times (incl. Australian Open, Wimbledon); fell 1r or 2r seven times, incl. Roland Garros (l. to Suárez Navarro in 2r); member of French Fed Cup team that d. Japan 4-1 in World Group Play-off (went 2-0); ret. in Eastbourne 2r w/left thigh injury; withdrew from Sydney w/right thigh strain and from Berlin and Rome w/right rib muscle injury.

2009 - Second straight near-Top 20 season, highlighted by 25th Tour singles title at Paris [Indoors] (as No.8 seed, d. No.4 seed A.Radwanska, No.2 seed Jankovic and No.3 seed Dementieva in QF, SF and final; was first Tour singles title in almost exactly two years); SF three times, at Brisbane (as No.5 seed, d. top seed Ivanovic en route; ret. vs. No.3 seed Bartoli w/left thigh strain), Madrid (d. No.15 seed Zheng and No.3 seed Dementieva en route; l. to No.9 seed Wozniacki) and New Haven (as No.8 seed, d. top seed Kuznetsova en route; l. to Vesnina in 3s); reached 4r twice, at Miami (as No.20 seed, d. No.15 seed Pennetta en route; l. to Stosur) and Wimbledon (as No.17 seed, d. No.15 seed Pennetta en route; l. to top seed Safina in 3s); reached 3r twice, at Australian Open (as No.20 seed, l. to No.13 seed Azarenka) and Indian Wells (as No.17 seed, l. to Li); fell 1r or 2r five times, incl. Roland Garros (as No.16 seed, l. to Groenefeld in 1r) and US Open (as No.17 seed, l. to Wozniak in 2r); won third Tour doubles title at Miami (w/Kuznetsova); member of French Fed Cup team that l. to Italy 5-0 in World Group 1r (went 0-2) but d. Slovakia 3-2 in Play-off (went 3-0); withdrew from Sydney w/left thigh strain and from Tokyo [Pan Pacific] and Beijing w/abdominal injury.
SINGLES
Winner (25): 2009 - Paris [Indoors]; 2007 - Antwerp; 2006 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors], Antwerp, Wimbledon; 2005 - Antwerp, Rome, Philadelphia, Tour Championships; 2004 - Berlin, Rome, Montréal, Linz, Philadelphia; 2003 - Warsaw, Philadelphia; 2002 - Dubai, Montréal; 2001 - Paris [Indoors], Nice, Amelia Island, Berlin; 2000 - Sydney; 1999 - Bratislava; 1997 - ITF/Thessaloniki-GRE; 1995 - ITF/St.Raphael-FRA.
Finalist (23): 2007 - Dubai, Strasbourg, Eastbourne; 2006 - Doha, Beijing, Tour Championships; 2005 - Paris [Indoors], New Haven, Filderstadt; 2004 - Sydney, Amelia Island, Olympics, Filderstadt; 2003 - Paris [Indoors], Rome, Moscow, Tour Championships; 2001 - Rome; 2000 - Bol, Rome; 1999 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors]; 1998 - Berlin.

DOUBLES
Winner (3): 2009 - Miami (w/Kuznetsova); 2006 - Eastbourne (w/Kuznetsova); 2000 - Linz (w/Rubin); 1995 - ITF/Le Touquet-FRA (w/Wainwright), ITF/Saint Raphael-FRA (w/Quillot).
Finalist (1): 2005 - Wimbledon (w/Kuznetsova).

ADDITIONAL
French Fed Cup Team, 1998-99, 2001-09; French Olympic Team, 2000, 2004.

Overall Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles - 25
WTA Doubles Titles - 3
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles - 2
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles - 2
Prize Money $0 $15,022,476
W/L - Singles - - - 545 - 227
W/L - Doubles - - - 92 - 62

Grand Slam History

Singles

W/L   2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002
38 / 10 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 3r 3r 4r W QF QF - QF
25 / 15 FRENCH OPEN 1r 2r 3r 4r 3r QF QF 4r
33 / 9 WIMBLEDON 4r 3r 4r W SF SF - SF
35 / 10 US OPEN 2r 4r - SF QF QF QF SF
W/L   2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995
38 / 10 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 4r 2r F 3r - - -
25 / 15 FRENCH OPEN 1r 4r 2r 1r 2r 2r 1r
33 / 9 WIMBLEDON 3r 1r - 2r - - -
35 / 10 US OPEN QF - 4r 3r - - -

Doubles

W/L   2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002
8 / 5 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - 2r 2r 3r - - - -
2 / 8 FRENCH OPEN - - 1r - - - - 1r
11 / 5 WIMBLEDON 3r - - 2r F - - -
3 / 2 US OPEN - - - - - - - -
W/L   2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995
8 / 5 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - 2r QF - - - -
2 / 8 FRENCH OPEN - 1r 1r 2r 2r 1r 1r
11 / 5 WIMBLEDON 2r 3r - - - - -
3 / 2 US OPEN 2r - 3r - - - -

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Amelie Mauresmo Results

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    Doubles

US OPEN

Grand Slam // USA // 31-Aug-2009 // $9,756,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 17 // Seed/Entry: 17/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Tatjana Maria (GER) 66 6-3 6-4
R64 Loss Aleksandra Wozniak (CAN) 39 6-4 6-0

WTA Rankings PTS

+100

Prize Money

$30,364

NEW HAVEN

WTA // USA // 23-Aug-2009 // $600,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/32Q/16D // Rank: 18 // Seed/Entry: 8/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Win Ai Sugiyama (JPN) 68 6-4 6-1
R16 Win Alona Bondarenko (UKR) 31 6-1 6-1
Q Win [1/W] Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS) 6 7-6 (9) 2-6 6-3
S Loss Elena Vesnina (RUS) 32 5-7 6-1 6-2

WTA Rankings PTS

+200

Prize Money

$28,100

TORONTO

WTA // CANADA // 17-Aug-2009 // $2,000,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 64M/64Q/32D // Rank: 16 // Seed/Entry: 15/W

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R64 Loss Francesca Schiavone (ITA) 27 6-2 3-6 6-1

WTA Rankings PTS

+1

Prize Money

$5,400

WIMBLEDON

Grand Slam // GREAT BRITAIN // 22-Jun-2009 // $9,487,267 // Grass (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: - // Seed/Entry: 17/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Melinda Czink (HUN) 54 6-1 4-6 6-2
R64 Win [L] Kristina Kucova (SVK) 149 6-3 6-3
R32 Win [15] Flavia Pennetta (ITA) 15 7-5 6-3
R16 Loss [1] Dinara Safina (RUS) 1 4-6 6-3 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+280

Prize Money

$91,253

EASTBOURNE

WTA // GREAT BRITAIN // 15-Jun-2009 // $600,000 // Grass (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/32Q/16D // Rank: 17 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Win [4] Vera Zvonareva (RUS) 7 6-3 1-6 6-3
R16 Loss [Q] Ekaterina Makarova (RUS) 46 7-6 (8) 7-6 (13)

WTA Rankings PTS

+60

Prize Money

$8,000

FRENCH OPEN

Grand Slam // FRANCE // 24-May-2009 // $10,009,638 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 16 // Seed/Entry: 16/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Loss Anna-Lena Groenefeld (GER) 51 6-4 6-3

WTA Rankings PTS

+5

Prize Money

$21,191

MADRID

WTA // SPAIN // 09-May-2009 // $4,500,000 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 64M/32Q/32D // Rank: 21 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R64 Win Ai Sugiyama (JPN) 33 6-2 6-4
R32 Win [15] Jie Zheng (CHN) 16 6-2 7-5
R16 Win [3] Elena Dementieva (RUS) 5 1-6 6-4 6-2
Q Win Agnes Szavay (HUN) 38 5-7 6-1 6-1
S Loss [9] Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) 11 7-6 (1) 6-3

WTA Rankings PTS

+450

Prize Money

$181,852

ROME

WTA // ITALY // 03-May-2009 // $2,000,000 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 64M/32Q/32D // Rank: 21 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R64 Loss Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez (ESP) 48 4-6 7-6 (4) 6-2

WTA Rankings PTS

+1

Prize Money

$5,400

FED CUP WEEK 2- PLAYOFFS

Fed Cup // FRANCE // 25-Apr-2009 // $0 // Clay (Indoor) // Draw: 8M/0Q/2D // Rank: 21 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R2 Win Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) 17 4-6 6-2 6-3
R2 Win Daniela Hantuchova (SVK) 40 7-5 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+0

Prize Money

$0

MIAMI

WTA // USA // 25-Mar-2009 // $4,500,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/64Q/32D // Rank: - // Seed/Entry: 20/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 BYE
R64 Win Magdalena Rybarikova (SVK) 47 6-3 1-6 6-2
R32 Win [15] Flavia Pennetta (ITA) 15 6-7 (5) 6-2 6-2
R16 Loss Samantha Stosur (AUS) 42 6-4 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+140

Prize Money

$32,000

INDIAN WELLS

WTA // USA // 11-Mar-2009 // $4,500,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/64Q/32D // Rank: 20 // Seed/Entry: 17/W

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 BYE
R64 Win Anna-Lena Groenefeld (GER) 65 5-7 6-3 6-4
R32 Loss Na Li (CHN) 45 7-5 6-2

WTA Rankings PTS

+80

Prize Money

$18,740

PARIS

WTA // FRANCE // 09-Feb-2009 // $700,000 // Hard (Indoor) // Draw: 32M/32Q/16D // Rank: 24 // Seed/Entry: 8/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Win Sara Errani (ITA) 33 6-2 6-0
R16 Win Monica Niculescu (ROU) 47 6-1 6-2
Q Win [4] Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) 10 6-2 6-0
S Win [2/W] Jelena Jankovic (SRB) 3 6-2 0-6 6-1
F Win [3] Elena Dementieva (RUS) 4 7-6 (7) 2-6 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+470

Prize Money

$107,000

FED CUP WEEK 1

Fed Cup // FRANCE // 07-Feb-2009 // $0 // Hard (Indoor) // Draw: 8M/0Q/2D // Rank: 23 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R1 Loss Flavia Pennetta (ITA) 12 2-6 7-6 (7) 6-4
R1 Loss Sara Errani (ITA) 34 6-3 6-4

WTA Rankings PTS

+0

Prize Money

$0

AUSTRALIAN OPEN

Grand Slam // AUSTRALIA // 19-Jan-2009 // $7,262,973 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 22 // Seed/Entry: 20/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Olga Govortsova (BLR) 47 6-4 6-3
R64 Win [Q] Elena Baltacha (GBR) 134 4-6 6-3 6-2
R32 Loss [13] Victoria Azarenka (BLR) 14 6-4 6-2

WTA Rankings PTS

+160

Prize Money

$35,027

BRISBANE

WTA // AUSTRALIA // 04-Jan-2009 // $220,000 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 32M/32Q/16D // Rank: 23 // Seed/Entry: 5/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R32 Win [W] Jelena Dokic (AUS) 177 7-6 (9) 7-6 (5)
R16 Win [L] Julie Coin (FRA) 95 5-7 6-2 7-6 (11)
Q Win [1] Ana Ivanovic (SRB) 5 6-3 6-2
S Loss [3] Marion Bartoli (FRA) 17 4-0 RET

WTA Rankings PTS

+130

Prize Money

$10,200

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Current WTA Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Rankings Breakdown

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
31/08/2009 US OPEN R64 100
22/06/2009 WIMBLEDON R16 280
24/05/2009 FRENCH OPEN R128 5
19/01/2009 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 160
25/08/2008 US OPEN R16 140
23/06/2008 WIMBLEDON R32 90
25/05/2008 FRENCH OPEN R64 60
14/01/2008 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 90
25/06/2007 WIMBLEDON R16 140
27/05/2007 FRENCH OPEN R32 90
Date Tournament Round Points
15/01/2007 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 140
28/08/2006 US OPEN S 314
26/06/2006 WIMBLEDON W 700
28/05/2006 FRENCH OPEN R16 96
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 700
29/08/2005 US OPEN Q 286
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON S 462
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN R32 70
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 230
30/08/2004 US OPEN Q 254
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON S 440
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN Q 256
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 216
25/08/2003 US OPEN Q 218
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN Q 238
26/08/2002 US OPEN S 572
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON S 522
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN R16 122
14/01/2002 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 244
27/08/2001 US OPEN Q 262
Date Tournament Round Points
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON R32 64
28/05/2001 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 134
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON R128 2
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN R16 120
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 42
30/08/1999 US OPEN R16 104
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN R64 46
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN F 766
31/08/1998 US OPEN R32 56
Date Tournament Round Points
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R64 30
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 80
23/06/1997 WIMBLEDON Q - R16 15
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN R64 32
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q - R32 8
27/05/1996 FRENCH OPEN R64 31
15/01/1996 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q - R32 7
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN Q 14
Complete Rankings Breakdown

Rankings History

Year Season-ending Singles Season-ending Doubles
2009 21 57
2008 24 144
2007 18 302
2006 3 57
2005 3 64
2004 2 138
2003 4 -
2002 6 182
2001 9 197
2000 16 53
1999 10 85
1998 29 151
1997 109 0
1996 180 671
1995 290 284
1994 827 750
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
13-Sep-2004 (1) 26-Jun-2006 (29)

Current WTA Rankings

Ranking Points
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Rankings Breakdown

  • Singles
    Doubles

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
31/08/2009 US OPEN R64 100
22/06/2009 WIMBLEDON R16 280
24/05/2009 FRENCH OPEN R128 5
19/01/2009 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 160
25/08/2008 US OPEN R16 140
23/06/2008 WIMBLEDON R32 90
25/05/2008 FRENCH OPEN R64 60
14/01/2008 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 90
25/06/2007 WIMBLEDON R16 140
27/05/2007 FRENCH OPEN R32 90
Date Tournament Round Points
15/01/2007 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 140
28/08/2006 US OPEN S 314
26/06/2006 WIMBLEDON W 700
28/05/2006 FRENCH OPEN R16 96
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 700
29/08/2005 US OPEN Q 286
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON S 462
23/05/2005 FRENCH OPEN R32 70
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 230
30/08/2004 US OPEN Q 254
Date Tournament Round Points
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON S 440
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN Q 256
19/01/2004 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 216
25/08/2003 US OPEN Q 218
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN Q 238
26/08/2002 US OPEN S 572
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON S 522
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN R16 122
14/01/2002 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 244
27/08/2001 US OPEN Q 262
Date Tournament Round Points
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON R32 64
28/05/2001 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 134
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON R128 2
29/05/2000 FRENCH OPEN R16 120
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 42
30/08/1999 US OPEN R16 104
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN R64 46
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN F 766
31/08/1998 US OPEN R32 56
Date Tournament Round Points
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R64 30
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN R128 2
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 80
23/06/1997 WIMBLEDON Q - R16 15
26/05/1997 FRENCH OPEN R64 32
13/01/1997 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q - R32 8
27/05/1996 FRENCH OPEN R64 31
15/01/1996 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q - R32 7
29/05/1995 FRENCH OPEN Q 14

Tour Championships

Date Tournament Round Points
07/11/2006 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS F 369
08/11/2005 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS W 759
08/11/2004 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS SF 351
04/11/2003 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS F 458
29/10/2001 SANEX CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 54
15/11/1999 CHASE CHAMPIONSHIPS R16 54

Premier Events

Date Tournament Round Points
23/08/2009 NEW HAVEN S 200
17/08/2009 TORONTO R64 1
15/06/2009 EASTBOURNE R16 60
09/05/2009 MADRID S 450
03/05/2009 ROME R64 1
25/03/2009 MIAMI R16 140
11/03/2009 INDIAN WELLS R32 80
09/02/2009 PARIS W 470

Internationals

Date Tournament Round Points
04/01/2009 BRISBANE S 130

Fed Cup

Date Tournament Round Points
25/04/2009 FED CUP WEEK 2- PLAYOFFS R2 0
07/02/2009 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
26/04/2008 FED CUP WEEK 2- PLAYOFFS R2 0
14/07/2007 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
22/04/2006 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
17/09/2005 FED CUP FINAL R4 0
09/07/2005 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
10/07/2004 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
24/04/2004 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
22/11/2003 FED CUP FINAL R4 0
Date Tournament Round Points
19/11/2003 FED CUP SEMI-FINAL R3 0
19/07/2003 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
26/04/2003 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
20/07/2002 FED CUP WEEK 2 R2 0
27/04/2002 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0

Tier 1-5

Date Tournament Round Points
20/10/2008 LUXEMBOURG Q 40
13/10/2008 ZURICH R32 1
06/10/2008 MOSCOW R16 60
22/09/2008 BEIJING R32 1
16/09/2008 TOKYO - PAN PACIFIC R32 1
17/08/2008 NEW HAVEN S 125
11/08/2008 CINCINNATI S 65
16/06/2008 EASTBOURNE R16 35
07/04/2008 AMELIA ISLAND Q 70
26/03/2008 MIAMI R32 45
Date Tournament Round Points
12/03/2008 INDIAN WELLS R32 40
25/02/2008 DUBAI Q 75
18/02/2008 DOHA R32 40
04/02/2008 PARIS Q 70
30/12/2007 GOLD COAST Q 35
15/10/2007 ZURICH R16 60
08/10/2007 MOSCOW R32 1
01/10/2007 STUTTGART R32 1
17/09/2007 BEIJING Q 70
18/06/2007 EASTBOURNE F 190
Date Tournament Round Points
21/05/2007 STRASBOURG F 100
14/05/2007 ROME R32 1
07/05/2007 BERLIN R16 60
19/02/2007 DUBAI F 215
12/02/2007 ANTWERP W 275
05/02/2007 PARIS S 125
07/01/2007 SYDNEY Q 70
16/10/2006 ZURICH Q 75
09/10/2006 MOSCOW Q 75
18/09/2006 BEIJING F 137
Date Tournament Round Points
20/08/2006 NEW HAVEN Q 49
19/06/2006 EASTBOURNE R16 1
08/05/2006 BERLIN S 135
22/03/2006 MIAMI S 157
27/02/2006 DOHA F 137
20/02/2006 DUBAI Q 55
13/02/2006 ANTWERP W 195
06/02/2006 PARIS W 195
08/01/2006 SYDNEY R16 1
31/10/2005 PHILADELPHIA W 280
Date Tournament Round Points
17/10/2005 ZURICH R16 1
10/10/2005 MOSCOW R16 1
03/10/2005 FILDERSTADT F 263
21/08/2005 NEW HAVEN F 190
15/08/2005 TORONTO S 196
13/06/2005 EASTBOURNE R16 1
09/05/2005 ROME W 419
02/05/2005 BERLIN Q 95
23/03/2005 MIAMI S 213
09/03/2005 INDIAN WELLS R32 36
Date Tournament Round Points
21/02/2005 DOHA S 100
14/02/2005 ANTWERP W 331
07/02/2005 PARIS F 202
01/11/2004 PHILADELPHIA W 283
25/10/2004 LINZ W 272
04/10/2004 FILDERSTADT F 254
02/08/2004 MONTREAL W 401
25/07/2004 SAN DIEGO R32 1
14/06/2004 EASTBOURNE S 113
10/05/2004 ROME W 451
Date Tournament Round Points
03/05/2004 BERLIN W 394
26/04/2004 WARSAW Q 64
05/04/2004 AMELIA ISLAND F 284
11/01/2004 SYDNEY F 226
27/10/2003 PHILADELPHIA W 296
12/10/2003 ZURICH R16 1
06/10/2003 FILDERSTADT Q 101
29/09/2003 MOSCOW F 286
17/08/2003 NEW HAVEN S 127
11/08/2003 TORONTO Q 100
Date Tournament Round Points
16/06/2003 'S-HERTOGENBOSCH R16 24
12/05/2003 ROME F 367
05/05/2003 BERLIN S 161
28/04/2003 WARSAW W 354
19/03/2003 MIAMI R16 64
05/03/2003 INDIAN WELLS Q 116
17/02/2003 DUBAI S 100
03/02/2003 PARIS F 183
07/10/2002 FILDERSTADT S 134
30/09/2002 MOSCOW S 155
Date Tournament Round Points
18/08/2002 NEW HAVEN Q 76
12/08/2002 MONTREAL W 388
17/06/2002 'S-HERTOGENBOSCH Q 44
13/05/2002 ROME Q 99
06/05/2002 BERLIN Q 112
15/04/2002 CHARLESTON R32 1
08/04/2002 AMELIA ISLAND R32 1
18/02/2002 DUBAI W 289
11/02/2002 ANTWERP S 107
05/02/2002 PARIS S 107
Date Tournament Round Points
06/01/2002 SYDNEY Q 95
08/10/2001 FILDERSTADT Q 75
01/10/2001 MOSCOW R16 1
19/08/2001 NEW HAVEN Q 100
13/08/2001 TORONTO R16 51
14/05/2001 ROME F 316
07/05/2001 BERLIN W 483
16/04/2001 CHARLESTON Q 90
09/04/2001 AMELIA ISLAND W 311
12/02/2001 NICE W 289
Date Tournament Round Points
05/02/2001 PARIS W 343
07/01/2001 SYDNEY S 190
23/10/2000 MOSCOW S 170
16/10/2000 LINZ R16 36
02/10/2000 TOKYO (TOYOTA) R16 1
15/05/2000 ROME F 303
08/05/2000 BERLIN R32 26
01/05/2000 BOL F 128
06/03/2000 INDIAN WELLS R64 1
14/02/2000 HANNOVER S 100
Date Tournament Round Points
08/02/2000 PARIS R16 49
10/01/2000 SYDNEY W 448
25/10/1999 LINZ S 123
18/10/1999 BRATISLAVA W 110
27/09/1999 MUNICH - GRAND SLAM CUP Q 0
20/09/1999 TOKYO (TOYOTA) Q 54
23/08/1999 NEW HAVEN Q 97
02/08/1999 SAN DIEGO R32 1
10/05/1999 BERLIN R16 42
03/05/1999 ROME S 172
Date Tournament Round Points
29/03/1999 HILTON HEAD R32 1
15/03/1999 MIAMI R32 32
22/02/1999 PARIS F 285
11/01/1999 SYDNEY S 19
02/11/1998 LEIPZIG R32 1
26/10/1998 LUXEMBOURG R16 28
12/10/1998 ZURICH R16 44
05/10/1998 FILDERSTADT S 61
24/08/1998 NEW HAVEN Q 97
17/08/1998 MONTREAL R64 1
Date Tournament Round Points
06/07/1998 PRAGUE Q 26
15/06/1998 'S-HERTOGENBOSCH R32 1
11/05/1998 BERLIN F 397
04/05/1998 ROME Q - R32 1
27/04/1998 BOL R16 12
06/04/1998 AMELIA ISLAND R64 1
30/03/1998 HILTON HEAD Q 14
16/03/1998 MIAMI R64 21
23/02/1998 LINZ S 49
09/02/1998 PARIS Q - R32 1
Date Tournament Round Points
12/01/1998 HOBART Q - R16 3
03/11/1997 CHICAGO S 23
20/10/1997 LUXEMBOURG R16 22
09/06/1997 BIRMINGHAM Q - R32 1
19/05/1997 STRASBOURG R16 22
12/05/1997 CARDIFF Q - R16 3
28/04/1997 BOL Q - R16 1
21/04/1997 BUDAPEST Q - R16 6
07/04/1997 AMELIA ISLAND R32 18
31/03/1997 HILTON HEAD Q - R32 1
Date Tournament Round Points
10/02/1997 PARIS Q - R16 5
03/02/1997 LINZ S 17
30/12/1996 AUCKLAND Q - R16 3
17/06/1996 'S-HERTOGENBOSCH R16 27
12/02/1996 PARIS Q - R32 1

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