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Serena Williams

Serena Williams
  • Residence: Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA
  • Date of Birth: 26 Sep 1981
  • Birthplace: Saginaw, MI, USA
  • Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)
  • Weight: 155 lbs. (70 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
  • Status: Pro (September 1995)
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Serena Williams Biography

Coached by father Richard Williams and mother Oracene Price; also working with Patrick Mouratoglou ... Youngest of five sisters: Lyndrea, Isha, Yetunde (deceased September 14, 2003) and Venus ... Began playing at age 5 at public courts in Compton, California ... Has devoted a lot of time and money to charity, including opening two Serena Williams Secondary Schools in Kenya (one in 2008, one in 2010); touring Lagos and Johannesburg with sister Venus for 'Breaking The Mould' tour (in 2012); UNICEF International Goodwill Ambassador; and has also made many other appearances at schools and community organizations, particularly those which target at-risk youth ... Has always been interested in fashion, with a custom-designed Nike apparel line, her own clothing line (Aneres) and her successful HSN collection of handbags and jewelry (Serena Williams Signature Statement) ... Favorite author is Maya Angelou; listens to Mariah Carey, Brandy ... Favorite place to visit is Paris ... Also enjoys acting, watching movies and football, reading, talking on the phone and spending time with family and friends.
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YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles 2 66
WTA Doubles Titles 0 22
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles 0 0
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles 0 0
Prize Money $3,777,399 $67,278,178
W/L - Singles 20 - 0 704 - 120
W/L - Doubles 0 - 1 177 - 28
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Results

FED CUP WEEK 2 - PLAYOFFS

Fed Cup // ITALY // 18-Apr-2015 // $0 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 8M/0Q/2D // Rank: - // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R2 Win Camila Giorgi (ITA) 36 7-6 (5) 6-2
R2 Win Sara Errani (ITA) 15 4-6 7-6 (3) 6-3

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Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
1 1 129
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
08-Jul-2002 (1) 07-Jun-2010 (1)
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To The Top
2014 - Fourth No.1 season (also 2002, 2009 and 2013); won seven WTA titles at Brisbane (d. Azarenka in final), Miami (d. Li in final), Rome (d. Errani in final), Stanford (d. Kerber in final), Cincinnati (d. Ivanovic in final), US Open (d. Wozniacki in final) and WTA Finals (d. Halep in final); US Open was 18th Grand Slam title, tying her with Evert and Navratilova for second-most Grand Slam titles in Open Era (Graf leads with 22); $4 million winner's cheque at US Open was biggest payout in tennis history, male or female ($3 million for US Open plus $1 million bonus for winning US Open Series; SF twice at Dubai (l. to Cornet) and Montréal (l. to V.Williams); QF twice at Madrid (withdrew prior to match w/thigh injury) and Beijing (withdrew prior to match w/left knee injury); reached 4r once (Australian Open), 3r once (Wimbledon) and 2r three times (incl. Roland Garros); season prize money of $9,317,298 was second-highest season prize money in WTA history (after her own $12,385,572 from 2013).

2013 - Third No.1 season; won 11 WTA titles at Brisbane (d. Pavlyuchenkova in final), Miami (d. Sharapova in final), Charleston (d. Jankovic in final), Madrid (d. Sharapova in final), Rome (d. Azarenka in final), Roland Garros (16th Grand Slam title; d. Sharapova in final), Bastad (d. Larsson in final), Toronto (d. Cirstea in final), US Open (17th Grand Slam title; d. Azarenka in final), Beijing (d. Jankovic in final) and WTA Finals (d. Li in final); had only four losses, at Australian Open (l. to Stephens in QFs), Doha (l. to Azarenka in final), Wimbledon (l. to Lisicki in 4r) and Cincinnati (l. to Azarenka in final); set two all-time records, becoming oldest ever World No.1 (after Doha on February 18) and obliterating single season prize money record with $12,385,572 (previous record was Azarenka's $7,923,920 in 2012); 34-match win streak starting in Miami and ending at Wimbledon was longest win streak of career (and second-longest of the millennium after V.Williams' 35-match win streak in 2000); had never won 11 WTA titles in a season (previous best was 8) or 78 matches in a season (previous best was 58).

2012 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.3); started 10-2, reaching QF twice and 4r once (Australian Open); went 48-2 from April to end of year, winning seven WTA titles at Charleston (d. Safarova in final), Madrid (d. Azarenka in final), Wimbledon (14th Grand Slam title; d. A.Radwanska in final), Stanford (d. Vandeweghe in final), Olympics (d. Sharapova in final; only second woman ever to complete Career Golden Grand Slam, after Graf), US Open (15th Grand Slam title; d. Azarenka in final) and WTA Finals (d. Sharapova in final); two losses in that stretch came at Roland Garros (l. to Razzano in 1r) and Cincinnati (l. to Kerber in QF); won two WTA doubles titles (both w/V.Williams - 13th Grand Slam doubles title at Wimbledon, also Olympics).

2011 - Near-Top 10 season after year-long injury and illness lay-off (finished No.12); missed first half of year w/right foot injury and PE (withdrew from Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome and Roland Garros) but returned in June, going 4-2 in grass court season (2r at Eastbourne, 4r at Wimbledon) then going 18-1 in summer hardcourt season, winning two WTA titles at Stanford (d. Bartoli in final) and Toronto (d. Stosur in final), reaching 2r at Cincinnati (withdrew vs. Stosur w/right toe injury) and reaching final at US Open (l. to Stosur); withdrew from Tokyo and Beijing w/medical reasons; did not qualify for WTA Finals.

2010 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.4); won two WTA titles at Australian Open (12th Grand Slam title; d. Henin in final; first player in Open Era to win there five times) and Wimbledon (13th Grand Slam title; d. Zvonareva in final); runner-up at Sydney (l. to Dementieva in final); SF once (Rome - l. to Jankovic 46 63 76(5); held mp at 5-4 third set); QF once (Roland Garros - l. to Stosur 62 67(2) 86; held mp at 5-4 third set); reached 3r once; missed three months early in season w/left knee injury (withdrew from Paris [Indoors], Dubai, Miami, Marbella and Charleston) and all post-Wimbledon events w/right foot injury (withdrew from Istanbul, Cincinnati, Montréal, US Open, Tokyo, Beijing, Linz and WTA Finals); spent most of season at No.1 until being replaced by Wozniacki on October 11; won three WTA doubles titles (all w/V.Williams - incl. 11th and 12th Grand Slam doubles titles at Australian Open, Roland Garros); rose to No.1 in doubles on June 7 (co-No.1 w/V.Williams; third pair ever to occupy Top 2 spots in both singles and doubles, after Hingis/Novotna and Hingis/Davenport).

2009 - Second No.1 season; won three WTA titles at Australian Open (10th Grand Slam title; d. Safina in final), Wimbledon (11th Grand Slam title; d. V.Williams in final) and WTA Finals (d. V.Williams in final); became first player ever to save match points en route to winning a Grand Slam three times, doing so at 2003 Australian Open (d. Clijsters 46 63 75 in SF; saved 2mp at 5-2 third set), 2005 Australian Open (d. Sharapova 26 75 86 in SF; saved 3mp at 5-4 third set) and 2009 Wimbledon (d. Dementieva 67(4) 75 86 in SF; saved mp down 5-4 third set); runner-up at Miami (l. to Azarenka in final); SF five times (incl. US Open); QF twice (incl. Roland Garros); reached 3r twice and 2r once; fell 1r twice; won four WTA doubles titles (all w/V.Williams - incl. eighth, ninth and 10th Grand Slam doubles titles at Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open).

2008 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.2); won four WTA titles at Bangalore (d. Schnyder in final), Miami (d. Jankovic in final), Charleston (d. Zvonareva in final) and US Open (ninth Grand Slam title; d. Jankovic in final); returned to No.1 on September 8 (five-year, one-month gap is longest between No.1 stints for any player ever, male or female - held it for four weeks, bringing career tally to 61 weeks); runner-up at Wimbledon (l. to V.Williams in final); SF once; QF four times (incl. Australian Open, Olympics); reached 3r once (Roland Garros) and 2r once; fell in RR stage at WTA Finals (went 1-1 in RR stage then withdrew from event w/abdominal injury); won two WTA doubles titles (both w/V.Williams - incl. seventh Grand Slam doubles title at Wimbledon, Olympics).

2007 - Another Top 10 season (finishing No.7); won two WTA titles at Australian Open (eighth Grand Slam title; d. Sharapova in final; at No.81 was fourth-lowest-ranked player ever to win a Grand Slam title, after unranked Goolagong at 1977 Australian Open, No.111 O'Neil at 1978 Australian Open and unranked Clijsters at 2009 US Open) and Miami (d. Henin in final); runner-up at Moscow (l. to Dementieva in final); QF six times (incl. Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open); reached 2r once; fell 1r once; fell in RR at WTA Finals (ret. in first match w/left knee injury then withdrew from event); missed US Open lead-up season w/thumb sprain.

2006 - Played just four events in injury-plagued season (finished No.95); reached 3r at Australian Open then withdrew from all events until July w/left knee injury (incl. Roland Garros, Wimbledon); came back for three summer events, reaching SF twice and 4r once (US Open); did not qualify for WTA Finals.

2005 - Near-Top 10 season (finishing No.11); won one WTA title at Australian Open (seventh Grand Slam title; d. Davenport in final); SF once; QF three times; reached 4r once (US Open), 3r three times (incl. Wimbledon) and 2r twice; withdrew from Roland Garros w/left ankle injury; did not qualify for WTA Finals.

2004 - Another Top 10 season (finishing No.7); returned from left knee injury lay-off in March (missed Australian Open); won two WTA titles at Miami (d. Dementieva in final) and Beijing (d. Kuznetsova in final); runner-up three times at Wimbledon (l. to Sharapova in final), Los Angeles (l. to Davenport in final) and WTA Finals (l. to Sharapova in final); SF once; QF four times (incl. Roland Garros, US Open); reached 3r once and 2r once.

2003 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.3); won four WTA titles at Australian Open (fifth Grand Slam title; d. V.Williams in final - fourth straight Grand Slam final together), Paris [Indoors] (d. Mauresmo in final), Miami (d. Capriati in final) and Wimbledon (sixth Grand Slam title; d. V.Williams in final); runner-up at Charleston (l. to Henin in final); SF twice (incl. Roland Garros); Australian Open was fourth straight Grand Slam title, fifth player all-time to do that (after Connolly, Court, Navratilova and Graf) and ninth player all-time to get career Grand Slam (Sharapova has since become 10th); 57-week reign at No.1 ended on August 11 (to Clijsters); won one WTA doubles title (w/V.Williams - sixth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open); had left knee surgery on August 1 and subsequently withdrew from all events rest of season (incl. US Open, WTA Finals).

2002 - First No.1 season; won eight WTA titles at Scottsdale (d. Capriati in final), Miami (d. Capriati in final), Rome (d. Henin in final), Roland Garros (second Grand Slam title; d. V.Williams in final), Wimbledon (third Grand Slam title; d. V.Williams in final), US Open (fourth Grand Slam title; d. V.Williams in final), Tokyo [Princess Cup] (d. Clijsters in final) and Leipzig (d. Myskina in final); Roland Garros final marked first time in 10 Grand Slam matches between sisters that the younger one won; runner-up twice at Berlin (l. to Henin in final) and WTA Finals (l. to Clijsters in final); SF once (Sydney - ret. vs. Shaughnessy w/right ankle injury then withdrew from Australian Open); QF twice (incl. Charleston - l. to Schnyder 26 64 75; held mp); reached No.3 on May 20 (after Rome), No.2 on June 10 (after Roland Garros) and No.1 on July 8 (after Wimbledon - held No.1 for 57 straight weeks, losing it to Clijsters in 2003); on June 10 were first siblings ever to be Top 2 at same time (V.Williams No.1, S.Williams No.2); won two WTA doubles titles (incl. one w/V.Williams - fifth Grand Slam doubles title at Wimbledon).

2001 - Another Top 10 season (finishing No.6); won three WTA titles at Indian Wells (d. Clijsters in final), Toronto (d. Capriati in final) and WTA Finals (received w/o in final from Davenport w/knee injury); runner-up at US Open (l. to V.Williams in final - first time sisters played each other in a Grand Slam final since Watson sisters at 1884 Wimbledon); QF six times (incl. other three majors and Los Angeles - l. to Seles 62 36 76(2); held 6mp); won one WTA doubles title (w/V.Williams - fourth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open).

2000 - Another Top 10 season (finishing No.6); won three WTA titles at Hannover (d. Chladkova in final), Los Angeles (d. Davenport in final) and Tokyo [Princess Cup] (d. Halard-Decugis in final); runner-up twice at Paris [Indoors] (l. to Tauziat in final) and Montréal (ret. vs. Hingis in final w/left foot injury); SF at Wimbledon (l. to V.Williams); QF twice (incl. US Open); reached 4r twice (incl. Australian Open) and 2r once; won two WTA doubles titles (both w/V.Williams - incl. third Grand Slam doubles title at Wimbledon, also Olympics); withdrew from Roland Garros w/knee injury and from WTA Finals w/left foot injury.

1999 - First Top 5 season (finishing No.4); won first five WTA titles at Paris [Indoors] (d. Mauresmo in final), Indian Wells (d. Graf in final), Los Angeles (d. Halard-Decugis in final), US Open (first Grand Slam title; d. Hingis in final) and Grand Slam Cup (d. V.Williams in final); runner-up at Miami (l. to V.Williams in final); QF twice; reached 3r twice (Australian Open - l. to Testud 62 26 97; held 2mp, and Roland Garros) and 2r twice; made Top 10 debut on April 5 (after Miami; rose from No.11 to No.9) and Top 5 debut on September 13 (after US Open; rose from No.6 to No.4); V.Williams won Oklahoma City while S.Williams won Paris [Indoors], making them first sisters to win WTA titles in same week; and with V.Williams already in Top 10 when S.Williams reached Top 10 on April 5, first sisters to be ranked inside Top 10 at same time since April 22, 1991 (Manuela Maleeva-Fragnière and Katerina Maleeva); won three WTA doubles titles (all w/V.Williams - incl. first two Grand Slam doubles titles at Roland Garros, US Open); withdrew from Wimbledon w/flu and from WTA Finals w/back injury.

1998 - First Top 20 season; SF once; QF six times; reached 4r once (Roland Garros - l. to Sánchez-Vicario 46 75 63; led 64 52), 3r twice (Wimbledon - ret. vs. Ruano Pascual w/leg injury, and US Open) and 2r once (Australian Open - l. to V.Williams); was fastest player ever to record five Top 10 wins, doing it in 16th pro match against Spirlea in Miami (previous record-holder was Seles, who did it in 33rd pro match); made Top 50 debut on January 26 (after Australian Open; rose from No.53 to No.48) and Top 20 debut on June 22 (after Eastbourne; rose from No.22 to No.20); won first two WTA doubles titles (both w/V.Williams - third pair of sisters to win a WTA doubles title together); won first two Grand Slam mixed doubles titles at Wimbledon and US Open (both w/Mirnyi); V.Williams won Australian Open and Roland Garros (both w/Gimelstob) for a family mixed doubles Grand Slam.

1997 - First Top 100 season (finishing No.99); fell in WTA qualifying three times then played first two WTA main draws, falling 1r at Moscow (l. to Po-Messerli) and reaching SF at Chicago (d. No.7 Pierce and No.4 Seles en route, falling to Davenport; at No.304 was lowest-ranked player ever to beat two Top 10 players in same event - since bettered by unranked Clijsters, who did it at 2009 US Open); rose from No.304 to No.102 afterwards on November 10 and made Top 100 debut a week later on November 17 (rose from No.102 to No.100).

1996 - Did not play.

1995 - Made pro debut at Québec City (as unranked WC, l. to No.149 Miller 61 61 in first round of qualifying).
SINGLES
Winner (66): 2015 - Australian Open, Miami; 2014 - Brisbane, Miami, Rome, Stanford, Cincinnati, US Open, WTA Finals; 2013 - Brisbane, Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Toronto, US Open, Beijing, WTA Finals; 2012 - Charleston, Madrid, Wimbledon, Stanford, Olympics, US Open, WTA Finals; 2011 - Stanford, Toronto; 2010 - Australian Open, Wimbledon; 2009 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, WTA Finals; 2008 - Bangalore, Miami, Charleston, US Open; 2007 - Australian Open, Miami; 2005 - Australian Open; 2004 - Miami, Beijing; 2003 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors], Miami, Wimbledon; 2002 - Scottsdale, Miami, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Tokyo [Princess Cup], Leipzig; 2001 - Indian Wells, Toronto, WTA Finals; 2000 - Hannover, Los Angeles, Tokyo [Princess Cup]; 1999 - Paris [Indoors], Indian Wells, Los Angeles, US Open, Grand Slam Cup.
Finalist (17): 2013 - Doha, Cincinnati; 2011 - US Open; 2010 - Sydney; 2009 - Miami; 2008 - Wimbledon; 2007 - Moscow; 2004 - Wimbledon, Los Angeles, WTA Finals; 2003 - Charleston; 2002 - Berlin, WTA Finals; 2001 - US Open; 2000 - Paris [Indoors], Montréal; 1999 - Miami.

DOUBLES
Winner (22): 2012 - Wimbledon, Olympics (both w/V.Williams); 2010 - Australian Open, Madrid, Roland Garros (all w/V.Williams); 2009 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, Stanford, US Open (all w/V.Williams); 2008 - Wimbledon, Olympics (both w/V.Williams); 2003 - Australian Open (w/V.Williams); 2002 - Wimbledon (w/V.Williams), Leipzig (w/Stevenson); 2001 - Australian Open (w/V.Williams); 2000 - Wimbledon, Olympics (both w/V.Williams); 1999 - Hannover, Roland Garros, US Open (all w/V.Williams); 1998 - Oklahoma City, Zürich (both w/V.Williams).
Finalist (1): 1999 - San Diego (w/V.Williams).

MIXED DOUBLES
Winner (2): 1998 - Wimbledon, US Open (both w/Mirnyi).
Finalist (2): 1999 - Australian Open (w/Mirnyi); 1998 - Roland Garros (w/Lobo).

ADDITIONAL
American Fed Cup Team, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2012-13, 2015; American Olympic Team, 2000, 2008, 2012.

Overall Stats

YTD Career
WTA Singles Titles 2 66
WTA Doubles Titles 0 22
ITF Women's Circuit Singles Titles 0 0
ITF Women's Circuit Doubles Titles 0 0
Prize Money $3,777,399 $67,278,178
W/L - Singles 20 - 0 704 - 120
W/L - Doubles 0 - 1 177 - 28

Matchfacts

Service Record YTD Return Record YTD
Aces 166 1st Serve Return Points Won 42.2%
Double Faults 54 2nd Serve Return Points Won 58.3%
1st Serve 56% Break Points Opportunities 162
1st Serve Points Won 75.9% Break Points Converted 50%
2nd Serve Points Won 52.3% Return Games Played 172
Break Points Faced 82 Return Games Won 47.1%
Break Points Saved 64.6% Return Points Won 48.4%
Service Games Played 174 Total Points Won 56.7%
Service Games Won 83.3%
Service Points Won 65.5%

Grand Slam History

Singles

W/L   2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
68 / 9 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 4r QF 4r - W W QF
47 / 11 FRENCH OPEN - 2r W 1r - QF QF 3r
72 / 10 WIMBLEDON - 3r 4r W 4r W W F
79 / 9 US OPEN - W W W F - SF W
W/L   2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
68 / 9 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 3r W - W - QF
47 / 11 FRENCH OPEN QF - - QF SF W QF
72 / 10 WIMBLEDON QF - 3r F W W QF
79 / 9 US OPEN QF 4r 4r QF - W F
W/L   2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994
68 / 9 AUSTRALIAN OPEN 4r 3r 2r - - - -
47 / 11 FRENCH OPEN - 3r 4r - - - -
72 / 10 WIMBLEDON SF - 3r - - - -
79 / 9 US OPEN QF W 3r - - - -

Doubles

W/L   2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007
36 / 4 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - QF - - W W QF -
14 / 2 FRENCH OPEN - 1r - - W 3r - -
39 / 6 WIMBLEDON 2r - W - QF W W 2r
27 / 6 US OPEN QF SF 3r - - W - -
W/L   2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000
36 / 4 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - - - W - W -
14 / 2 FRENCH OPEN - - - - - - -
39 / 6 WIMBLEDON - - - 3r W 3r W
27 / 6 US OPEN - - - - - 3r SF
W/L   1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993
36 / 4 AUSTRALIAN OPEN SF 3r - - - - -
14 / 2 FRENCH OPEN W - - - - - -
39 / 6 WIMBLEDON - 1r - - - - -
27 / 6 US OPEN W - 1r - - - -

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Serena Williams Results

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    Doubles

FED CUP WEEK 2 - PLAYOFFS

Fed Cup // ITALY // 18-Apr-2015 // $0 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 8M/0Q/2D // Rank: - // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R2 Win Camila Giorgi (ITA) 36 7-6 (5) 6-2
R2 Win Sara Errani (ITA) 15 4-6 7-6 (3) 6-3

WTA Rankings PTS

+0

Prize Money

$0

MIAMI

WTA // USA // 24-Mar-2015 // $5,381,235 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/64Q/32D // Rank: 1 // Seed/Entry: 1/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 BYE
R64 Win Monica Niculescu (ROU) 70 6-3 6-1
R32 Win [W] Catherine Bellis (USA) 211 6-1 6-1
R16 Win [24] Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS) 29 6-2 6-3
Q Win [27] Sabine Lisicki (GER) 21 7-6 (4) 1-6 6-3
S Win [3] Simona Halep (ROU) 3 6-2 4-6 7-5
F Win [12] Carla Suárez Navarro (ESP) 12 6-2 6-0

WTA Rankings PTS

+1000

Prize Money

$900,400

INDIAN WELLS

WTA // USA // 11-Mar-2015 // $5,381,235 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/64Q/32D // Rank: 1 // Seed/Entry: 1/W

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 BYE
R64 Win Monica Niculescu (ROU) 68 7-5 7-5
R32 Win [28] Zarina Diyas (KAZ) 32 6-2 6-0
R16 Win Sloane Stephens (USA) 42 6-7 (3) 6-2 6-2
Q Win [27] Timea Bacsinszky (SUI) 26 7-5 6-3
S Loss [3] Simona Halep (ROU) 3 W/O

WTA Rankings PTS

+390

Prize Money

$166,250

FED CUP WEEK 1

Fed Cup // ARGENTINA // 07-Feb-2015 // $0 // Clay (Outdoor) // Draw: 8M/0Q/2D // Rank: 1 // Seed/Entry: /MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R1 Win María Irigoyen (ARG) 197 7-5 6-0

WTA Rankings PTS

+0

Prize Money

$0

AUSTRALIAN OPEN

Grand Slam // AUSTRALIA // 19-Jan-2015 // $15,561,973 // Hard (Outdoor) // Draw: 128M/128Q/64D // Rank: 1 // Seed/Entry: 1/MD

Round Result Opponent Rank Score
R128 Win Alison Van Uytvanck (BEL) 106 6-0 6-4
R64 Win Vera Zvonareva (RUS) 203 7-5 6-0
R32 Win [26] Elina Svitolina (UKR) 26 4-6 6-2 6-0
R16 Win [24] Garbiñe Muguruza (ESP) 24 2-6 6-3 6-2
Q Win [11] Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) 10 6-2 6-2
S Win Madison Keys (USA) 35 7-6 (5) 6-2
F Win [2] Maria Sharapova (RUS) 2 6-3 7-6 (5)

WTA Rankings PTS

+2000

Prize Money

$2,710,749

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Current WTA Rankings

Singles Road to Singapore Doubles
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Rankings Breakdown

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
19/01/2015 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 2000
25/08/2014 US OPEN W 2000
23/06/2014 WIMBLEDON R32 130
25/05/2014 FRENCH OPEN R64 70
13/01/2014 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 240
26/08/2013 US OPEN W 2000
24/06/2013 WIMBLEDON R16 280
26/05/2013 FRENCH OPEN W 2000
14/01/2013 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 500
27/08/2012 US OPEN W 2000
Date Tournament Round Points
25/06/2012 WIMBLEDON W 2000
27/05/2012 FRENCH OPEN R128 5
16/01/2012 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 280
29/08/2011 US OPEN F 1400
20/06/2011 WIMBLEDON R16 280
21/06/2010 WIMBLEDON W 2000
23/05/2010 FRENCH OPEN Q 500
18/01/2010 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 2000
31/08/2009 US OPEN S 900
22/06/2009 WIMBLEDON W 2000
Date Tournament Round Points
24/05/2009 FRENCH OPEN Q 500
19/01/2009 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 2000
25/08/2008 US OPEN W 1000
23/06/2008 WIMBLEDON F 700
25/05/2008 FRENCH OPEN R32 90
14/01/2008 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 250
27/08/2007 US OPEN Q 250
25/06/2007 WIMBLEDON Q 250
27/05/2007 FRENCH OPEN Q 250
15/01/2007 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 1000
Date Tournament Round Points
28/08/2006 US OPEN R16 96
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 62
29/08/2005 US OPEN R16 144
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON R32 74
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 1258
30/08/2004 US OPEN Q 278
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON F 704
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN Q 210
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON W 1110
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN S 506
Date Tournament Round Points
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 1048
26/08/2002 US OPEN W 1040
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON W 1056
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN W 1052
27/08/2001 US OPEN F 818
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON Q 240
28/05/2001 FRENCH OPEN Q 162
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 200
28/08/2000 US OPEN Q 190
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON S 340
Date Tournament Round Points
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 120
30/08/1999 US OPEN W 1046
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN R32 60
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 98
31/08/1998 US OPEN R32 56
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R32 72
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN R16 170
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 112
Complete Rankings Breakdown

Rankings History

Year Season-ending Singles Season-ending Doubles
2014 1 133
2013 1 63
2012 3 31
2011 12 -
2010 4 11
2009 1 3
2008 2 28
2007 7 -
2006 95 -
2005 11 -
2004 7 -
2003 3 -
2002 1 25
2001 6 54
2000 6 54
1999 4 10
1998 20 36
1997 99 121
Career-high Singles Career-high Doubles
08-Jul-2002 (1) 07-Jun-2010 (1)

Current WTA Rankings

Ranking Points
1 9981

Rankings Breakdown

  • Singles
    Doubles

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points
19/01/2015 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 2000
25/08/2014 US OPEN W 2000
23/06/2014 WIMBLEDON R32 130
25/05/2014 FRENCH OPEN R64 70
13/01/2014 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 240
26/08/2013 US OPEN W 2000
24/06/2013 WIMBLEDON R16 280
26/05/2013 FRENCH OPEN W 2000
14/01/2013 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 500
27/08/2012 US OPEN W 2000
Date Tournament Round Points
25/06/2012 WIMBLEDON W 2000
27/05/2012 FRENCH OPEN R128 5
16/01/2012 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 280
29/08/2011 US OPEN F 1400
20/06/2011 WIMBLEDON R16 280
21/06/2010 WIMBLEDON W 2000
23/05/2010 FRENCH OPEN Q 500
18/01/2010 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 2000
31/08/2009 US OPEN S 900
22/06/2009 WIMBLEDON W 2000
Date Tournament Round Points
24/05/2009 FRENCH OPEN Q 500
19/01/2009 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 2000
25/08/2008 US OPEN W 1000
23/06/2008 WIMBLEDON F 700
25/05/2008 FRENCH OPEN R32 90
14/01/2008 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 250
27/08/2007 US OPEN Q 250
25/06/2007 WIMBLEDON Q 250
27/05/2007 FRENCH OPEN Q 250
15/01/2007 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 1000
Date Tournament Round Points
28/08/2006 US OPEN R16 96
16/01/2006 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 62
29/08/2005 US OPEN R16 144
20/06/2005 WIMBLEDON R32 74
17/01/2005 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 1258
30/08/2004 US OPEN Q 278
21/06/2004 WIMBLEDON F 704
24/05/2004 FRENCH OPEN Q 210
23/06/2003 WIMBLEDON W 1110
26/05/2003 FRENCH OPEN S 506
Date Tournament Round Points
13/01/2003 AUSTRALIAN OPEN W 1048
26/08/2002 US OPEN W 1040
24/06/2002 WIMBLEDON W 1056
27/05/2002 FRENCH OPEN W 1052
27/08/2001 US OPEN F 818
25/06/2001 WIMBLEDON Q 240
28/05/2001 FRENCH OPEN Q 162
15/01/2001 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Q 200
28/08/2000 US OPEN Q 190
26/06/2000 WIMBLEDON S 340
Date Tournament Round Points
17/01/2000 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 120
30/08/1999 US OPEN W 1046
24/05/1999 FRENCH OPEN R32 60
18/01/1999 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 98
31/08/1998 US OPEN R32 56
22/06/1998 WIMBLEDON R32 72
25/05/1998 FRENCH OPEN R16 170
19/01/1998 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R64 112

Tour Championships

Date Tournament Round Points
20/10/2014 WTA FINALS W 1340
22/10/2013 WTA CHAMPIONSHIPS W 1500
23/10/2012 WTA CHAMPIONSHIPS W 1500
27/10/2009 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS W 1500
04/11/2008 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS R1 0
06/11/2007 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS Q 35
08/11/2004 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS F 531
06/11/2002 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS F 484
29/10/2001 SANEX CHAMPIONSHIPS W 503

Premier Events

Date Tournament Round Points
24/03/2015 MIAMI W 1000
11/03/2015 INDIAN WELLS S 390
27/09/2014 BEIJING Q 215
21/09/2014 WUHAN R32 1
11/08/2014 CINCINNATI W 900
04/08/2014 MONTRÉAL S 350
28/07/2014 STANFORD W 470
12/05/2014 ROME W 900
03/05/2014 MADRID Q 215
31/03/2014 CHARLESTON R32 1
Date Tournament Round Points
18/03/2014 MIAMI W 1000
17/02/2014 DUBAI S 185
29/12/2013 BRISBANE W 470
28/09/2013 BEIJING W 1000
12/08/2013 CINCINNATI F 620
05/08/2013 TORONTO W 900
13/05/2013 ROME W 900
04/05/2013 MADRID W 1000
01/04/2013 CHARLESTON W 470
19/03/2013 MIAMI W 1000
Date Tournament Round Points
18/02/2013 DUBAI R16 0
11/02/2013 DOHA F 620
30/12/2012 BRISBANE W 470
13/08/2012 CINCINNATI Q 225
09/07/2012 STANFORD W 470
14/05/2012 ROME S 395
05/05/2012 MADRID W 1000
02/04/2012 CHARLESTON W 470
20/03/2012 MIAMI Q 250
01/01/2012 BRISBANE Q 120
Date Tournament Round Points
15/08/2011 CINCINNATI R32 70
08/08/2011 TORONTO W 900
25/07/2011 STANFORD W 470
13/06/2011 EASTBOURNE R16 60
08/05/2010 MADRID R16 140
02/05/2010 ROME S 395
10/01/2010 SYDNEY F 320
03/10/2009 BEIJING R16 140
17/08/2009 TORONTO S 350
10/08/2009 CINCINNATI R16 110
Date Tournament Round Points
27/07/2009 STANFORD Q 120
09/05/2009 MADRID R64 5
03/05/2009 ROME R32 1
25/03/2009 MIAMI F 700
15/02/2009 DUBAI S 350
09/02/2009 PARIS S 200
11/01/2009 SYDNEY S 200

Internationals

Date Tournament Round Points
15/07/2013 BASTAD W 280
06/04/2009 MARBELLA R32 1

Fed Cup

Date Tournament Round Points
18/04/2015 FED CUP WEEK 2 - PLAYOFFS R2 0
07/02/2015 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
20/04/2013 FED CUP WEEK 2 - PLAYOFFS R2 0
21/04/2012 FED CUP WEEK 2 - PLAYOFFS R2 0
04/02/2012 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
21/04/2007 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0
26/04/2003 FED CUP WEEK 1 R1 0

Tier 1-5

Date Tournament Round Points
29/09/2008 STUTTGART R16 1
14/07/2008 STANFORD S 125
12/05/2008 ROME Q 110
05/05/2008 BERLIN Q 110
14/04/2008 CHARLESTON W 430
26/03/2008 MIAMI W 500
03/03/2008 BANGALORE W 275
15/10/2007 ZURICH R32 1
08/10/2007 MOSCOW F 300
01/10/2007 STUTTGART Q 75
Date Tournament Round Points
14/05/2007 ROME Q 110
09/04/2007 CHARLESTON R32 1
21/03/2007 MIAMI W 500
07/01/2007 HOBART Q 30
07/08/2006 LOS ANGELES S 88
17/07/2006 CINCINNATI S 55
19/09/2005 BEIJING R16 1
15/08/2005 TORONTO R16 46
09/05/2005 ROME R32 1
04/04/2005 AMELIA ISLAND Q 74
Date Tournament Round Points
23/03/2005 MIAMI Q 122
28/02/2005 DUBAI S 146
07/02/2005 PARIS Q 53
25/10/2004 LINZ R16 1
20/09/2004 BEIJING W 323
25/07/2004 SAN DIEGO Q 108
19/07/2004 LOS ANGELES F 238
10/05/2004 ROME S 184
12/04/2004 CHARLESTON R16 44
05/04/2004 AMELIA ISLAND Q 79
Date Tournament Round Points
24/03/2004 MIAMI W 428
12/05/2003 ROME S 170
07/04/2003 CHARLESTON F 305
19/03/2003 MIAMI W 493
03/02/2003 PARIS W 284
23/09/2002 LEIPZIG W 291
16/09/2002 TOKYO (TOYOTA) W 264
04/08/2002 LOS ANGELES Q 65
13/05/2002 ROME W 427
06/05/2002 BERLIN F 246
Date Tournament Round Points
15/04/2002 CHARLESTON Q 92
20/03/2002 MIAMI W 590
25/02/2002 SCOTTSDALE W 334
06/01/2002 SYDNEY S 139
13/08/2001 TORONTO W 423
05/08/2001 LOS ANGELES Q 62
21/03/2001 MIAMI Q 112
07/03/2001 INDIAN WELLS W 416
07/01/2001 SYDNEY Q 68
02/10/2000 TOKYO (TOYOTA) W 252
Date Tournament Round Points
14/08/2000 MONTREAL F 298
07/08/2000 LOS ANGELES W 443
10/04/2000 AMELIA ISLAND R32 1
20/03/2000 MIAMI R16 67
06/03/2000 INDIAN WELLS Q 98
14/02/2000 HANNOVER W 281
08/02/2000 PARIS F 216
04/10/1999 FILDERSTADT R16 1
27/09/1999 MUNICH - GRAND SLAM CUP W 0
09/08/1999 LOS ANGELES W 424
Date Tournament Round Points
10/05/1999 BERLIN Q 79
03/05/1999 ROME Q 96
15/03/1999 MIAMI F 418
01/03/1999 INDIAN WELLS W 468
22/02/1999 PARIS W 303
11/01/1999 SYDNEY R16 28
05/10/1998 FILDERSTADT Q 124
10/08/1998 LOS ANGELES Q 89
15/06/1998 EASTBOURNE Q 88
04/05/1998 ROME Q 166
Date Tournament Round Points
16/03/1998 MIAMI Q 154
23/02/1998 OKLAHOMA CITY Q 40
12/01/1998 SYDNEY S 230
03/11/1997 CHICAGO S 203
27/10/1997 MOSCOW S 31
13/10/1997 ZURICH Q - R16 7
04/08/1997 LOS ANGELES Q - Q 15
03/03/1997 INDIAN WELLS Q - R32 1
30/10/1995 QUEBEC CITY Q - R32 0

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