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requiem
Feb 27th, 2008, 11:59 AM
Titles by country (players with WTA ranking in singles)

Since Monday, 15 September 2014

1. USA: 112 (S Williams 63, V Williams 45, King 1, Oudin 1, Keys 1, Vandeweghe 1)

2. Russia: 92 (Sharapova 32, Kuznetsova 14, Petrova 13, Zvonareva 12, Pavlyuchenkova 6, Kirilenko 6, Kleybanova 2, Vesnina 2, Makarova 2, Shvedova 1, Dushevina 1, Kudryavtseva 1)

3. Italy: 33 (Pennetta 10, Vinci 9, Errani 7, Schiavone 6, Brianti 1, Knapp 1)

4. Serbia: 30 (Ivanović 14, Janković 13, Jovanovski 3)

5. Czech Republic: 23 (Kvitova 13, Safarova 5, Zakopalova 3, Zahlavova Strycova 1, Pliskova 1)

6. Denmark: 22 (Wozniacki 22)

7. Spain: 18 (Medina Garrigues 11, Dominguez Lino 2, Arruabarrena 2, Muguruza 1, Navarro 1, Torró-Flor 1)

8. Belarus: 17 (Azarenka 17)
8. Germany: 17 (Petković 4, Lisicki 4, Kerber 3, Barthel 3, Goerges 2, Friedsam 1)

10. China: 15 (Li 9, Zheng 4, Zhang 2)

11. Poland: 14 (Radwanska 14)
11. Slovakia: 14 (Hantuchova 6, Rybarikova 4, Cibulkova 4)
11. France: 14 (Rezai 4, Cornet 4, Razzano 2, Parmentier 2, Garcia 1, Mladenović)

14. Romania: 13 (Halep 8, Dulgheru 2, Cirstea 1, Begu 1, Niculescu 1)

15. Japan: 9 (Date Krumm 8, Nara 1)

16. Australia: 7 (Stosur 5, Gajdosova 2)

17. Israel: 6 (Peer 6)

18. Greece: 5 (Daniilidou 5)
18. Belgium: 5 (Wickmayer 3, Flipkens 1, Van Uytvanck 1)

20. Thailand: 4 (Tanasugarn 4)
20. Netherlands: 4 (Krajicek 3, Bertens 1)
20. Austria: 4 (Paszek 3, Meusburger 1)
20. Ukrania: 4 (Svitolina 3, K Bondarenko 1)
20. Estonia: 4 (Kanepi 4)
20. Croatia: 4 (Lučić-Baroni 3, Vekić 1)

26. Hungary: 2 (Czink 1, Babos 1)
26. Sweden: 2 (Arvidsson 2)
26. Slovenia: 2 (Hercog 2)
26. Canada: 2 (Wozniak 1, Bouchard 1)
26. Chinese Taipei: 2 (Hsieh 2)

31. Switzerland: 1 (Bacsinszky 1)
31. Colombia: 1 (Duque Marino 1)
31. Kazakhstan: 1 (Pervak 1)
31. South Africa: 1 (Scheepers 1)
31. Great Britain: 1 (Watson 1)
31. New Zealand: 1 (Eraković 1)
31. Bulgaria: 1 (Pironkova 1)
31. Puerto Rico: 1 (Puig 1)


Players no longer on list are Chakvetadze, Bovina, Clijsters, Marthez Sanchez, Llagostera Vives, Benesova, Bartoli, Groenefeld, Arn, Dulko, A Bondarenko, Kremer, Schaul and Sevastova.

Countries no longer on list are Argentina, Luxembourg and Latvia. Also, India is there.

New countries are Great Britain, New Zealand, Bulgaria and Puerto Rico.

There could be mistakes, so please, do tell if you spot some.

requiem
Feb 27th, 2008, 12:03 PM
New season starts, and new updates. Still, the following from last year stays true "Originaly this list was created by Eugenia, so credits to Eugenia". And again yes, I'll try to update every week. Should you notice any mistakes, please do tell.


*Just a note Arn is with the Germans, cause as far as I'm aware she won the title whilst under German flag. This is also true for Shvedova, who won her title under Russian flag, but if she should win any more, it would go to Kazahstan.

Shonami Slam
Feb 27th, 2008, 12:03 PM
smashnova is retired.

requiem
Feb 27th, 2008, 01:16 PM
smashnova is retired.

Please read the title: players with WTA ranking in singles. Her ranking is 981, which means she's on the list. She may not play anymore, but she hasn't officialy sent papers to the WTA that she's retired, so she has ranking.

I must not remove players like her, cause than it could create confusion on who should or shouldn't be listed.

My criteria is, if you have WTA rating in singles, and of course you won title, you are on the list.

bavaria86
Feb 27th, 2008, 08:52 PM
Arn plays for Hungary now but when she won in Estoril she played for Germany So :shrug:

AnnaK_4ever
Feb 27th, 2008, 10:23 PM
If you don't mind...

Tier II and above titles by country (players with WTA ranking in singles)

As of May 5, 2008

1. USA: 103 (Davenport 42, V Williams 30, S Williams 31)

2. Belgium: 37 (Henin 37)

2. Russia: 37 (Sharapova 13, Petrova 7, Dementieva 6, Kuznetsova 5, Chakvetadze 3, Bovina 1, Kirilenko 1, Safina 1)

4. France: 24 (Mauresmo 23, Golovin 1)

5. Serbia: 10 (Ivanovic 5, Dokic 3, Janković 2)

6. Slovakia: 3 (Hantuchova 3)

7. Australia: 2 (Molik 2)
7. Japan: 2 (Sugiyama 2)
7. Switzerland: 2 (Schnyder 2)

10. Hungary: 1 (Szavay 1)
10. Ukraine: 1 (A Bondarenko 1)

Grand Slam Cups won by Venus in 1998 and Serena in 1999 included.

Shonami Slam
Feb 27th, 2008, 11:34 PM
Please read the title: players with WTA ranking in singles. Her ranking is 981, which means she's on the list. She may not play anymore, but she hasn't officialy sent papers to the WTA that she's retired, so she has ranking.

I must not remove players like her, cause than it could create confusion on who should or shouldn't be listed.

My criteria is, if you have WTA rating in singles, and of course you won title, you are on the list.

K.

watchdogfish
Feb 28th, 2008, 10:33 AM
Nice list but 2 minor gripes...

If you're going to base your list on the rankings you should do it by entry ranking, not the race ranking as this only determines who qualifies for the YEC. Brandi and Smashnova are the only players on your removal list that have officially retired.

Also I think it would be more accurate if you include retired players as well. For example, Great Britain have been overlooked and they won almost 100 titles.

requiem
Feb 28th, 2008, 06:00 PM
Nice list but 2 minor gripes...

If you're going to base your list on the rankings you should do it by entry ranking, not the race ranking as this only determines who qualifies for the YEC. Brandi and Smashnova are the only players on your removal list that have officially retired.

It is based on WTA ranking and not on race ranking. Reason I mentioned race rankings is that those players may be removed from the list this year.

Also I think it would be more accurate if you include retired players as well. For example, Great Britain have been overlooked and they won almost 100 titles.

That would need to much research, which I'm not prepared to do. And it would be prone to mistakes. And also imagine for instance Seleš. How many titles did she win under Yugoslavian flag and how many under American. And today, should I put her under Serbia or put non-existing country of Yugoslavia. And I'm sure that there are more examples but for me she's most notable one. NO, this is current list not a historical one.

watchdogfish
Feb 28th, 2008, 07:33 PM
It is based on WTA ranking and not on race ranking. Reason I mentioned race rankings is that those players may be removed from the list this year.



That would need to much research, which I'm not prepared to do. And it would be prone to mistakes. And also imagine for instance Seleš. How many titles did she win under Yugoslavian flag and how many under American. And today, should I put her under Serbia or put non-existing country of Yugoslavia. And I'm sure that there are more examples but for me she's most notable one. NO, this is current list not a historical one.

That's fair enough, for the players who've changed nationality you'd need to know exactly when they did so. Also, like you said, even countries have changed over the years!

Thanks for the list. It's interesting to see how many countries are represented, certainly more than I imagined!

requiem
Feb 28th, 2008, 07:47 PM
Arn plays for Hungary now but when she won in Estoril she played for Germany So :shrug:

Thats what I thought, so Estoril is for Germany, but in the future if she wins another, that one will go to Hungary.

requiem
Feb 28th, 2008, 07:50 PM
If you don't mind...


Of course I don't mind :wavey:

requiem
Mar 23rd, 2008, 09:36 PM
Updated

Renalicious
Mar 25th, 2008, 03:31 PM
Lol @ Belgium being #3 with Henin alone. :lol:

requiem
Apr 9th, 2008, 03:35 PM
Updated. Myskina and Smashnova are no longer on the list so Russia has 10 titles less whilst keeping second place, and Israel has 12 titles less, and went down to 18th place

requiem
May 5th, 2008, 02:39 PM
Updated after Dokić's return on the list. Her titles go to Serbia, as she won them playing for yugoslavia, what, in her case, translates to Serbia.

requiem
May 19th, 2008, 10:16 AM
Well, sort of big update, since Henin is no longer an active player. Belgium now does not have any player with title(s) so they're of the list. Everybody save for Russia and USA gained a spot.

requiem
Jun 9th, 2008, 08:40 AM
So, Anči won :bounce:

and Suarez is now without ranking

and its updated.

requiem
Jul 22nd, 2008, 09:01 AM
Well, as of this week, we have a new nation, Canada.

requiem
Aug 5th, 2008, 12:43 PM
Well, again we have a new nation, Denmark, now 32 in total.

requiem
Sep 29th, 2008, 12:42 PM
I've just became aware of Kimiko Date Krumm's return. So she's on the list, and Japan is now 5th

requiem
Nov 10th, 2008, 11:50 AM
Titles by country in 2008


1. Russia: 18 (Safina 4, Sharapova 3, Dementieva 3, Kirilenko 3, Petrova 2, Zvonareva 2, Chakvetadze 1)

2. USA: 9 (S Williams 4, V Williams 3, Davenport 2)

3. Serbia: 7 (Janković 4, Ivanović 3)

4. Italy: 4 (Pennetta 2, Errani 2)

5. Poland: 3 (Radwanska 3)
5. Denmark: 3 (Wozniacki 3)

7. Belgium: 2 (Henin 2)
7. France: 2 (Parmentier 1, Cornet 1)
7. Spain: 2 (Medina Garrigues 1, Llagostera Vives 1)

10. Czech Republic: 1 (Safarova 1)
10. Switzerland: 1 (Schnyder 1)
10. China: 1 (Li 1)
10. Grecce: 1 (Daniilidou 1)
10. Argentina: 1 (Dulko 1)
10. Ukrania: 1 (K Bondarenko 1)
10. Thailand: 1 (Tanasugarn 1)
10. Canada: 1 (Wozniak 1)
10. Romania: 1 (Cirstea 1)

Note: This list isn't only with active players (Henin) but all players that have won tournament in 2008.

requiem
Jan 14th, 2009, 02:08 PM
Titles by country (players with WTA ranking in singles)

Final standings for 2008

1. USA: 135 (Davenport 55, V Williams 39, S Williams 32, Shaughnessy 6, Craybas 1, King 1, Tu 1)

2. Russia: 83 (Sharapova 19, Dementieva 11, Myskina 10, Kuznetsova 9, Safina 9, Petrova 9, Chakvetadze 7, Zvonareva 7, Kirilenko 5, Bovina 3, Likhovtseva 3, Shvedova 1)

3. Belgium: 41 (Henin 41)

3. France: 38 (Mauresmo 24, Loit 3, Bartoli 3, Golovin 2, Razzano 2, Parmentier 2, Dechy 1, Cornet 1)

4. Serbia: 22 (Janković 9, Ivanović 8, Dokić 5)

5. Spain: 14 (Medina Garrigues 8, Ruano Pascual 3, Llagostera Vives 2, Dominguez Lino 1)
5. Japan: 14 (Date Krumm 7, Sugiyama 6, Morigami 1)

7. Czech Republic: 13 (Vaidisova 6, Safarova 4, Zakopalova 2, Benesova 1)

8. Italy: 12 (Pennetta 6, Errani 2, Garbin 1, Santangelo 1, Vinci 1, Schiavone 1)

9. Switzerland: 11 (Schnyder 11)

10. Netherlands: 10 (Schultz-McCarthy 7, Krajicek 3)

11. China: 7 (Zheng 3, Li 2, Sun 1, Yan 1)

12. Australia: 6 (Molik 5, Pratt 1)

13. Slovakia: 5 (Hantuchova 3, Sucha 2)
13. Grecce: 5 (Daniilidou 5)

15. Slovenia: 4 (Srebotnik 4)
15. Poland: 4 (Radwanska 4)

17. Argentina: 3 (Suarez 4, Dulko 3)
17. Luxembourg: 3 (Kremer 2, Schaul 1)
17. Uzbekistan: 3 (Tulyaganova 3)
17. Germany: 3 (Groenefeld 1, Muller 1, Arn 1)
17. Israel: 3 (Smashnova 12, Peer 3)
17. Denmark: 3 (Wozniacki 3)

23. Hungary: 2 (Szavay 2, Gubacsi 1)
23. Croatia: 2 (Lučić 2)
23. Austria: 2 (Paszek 1, Bammer 1)
23. Ukrania: 2 (A Bondarenko 1, K Bondarenko 1)
23. Thailand: 2 (Tanasugarn 2)

28. India: 1 (Mirza 1)
28. Sweden: 1 (Arvidsson 1)
28. Venezuela: 1 (Sequera 1)
28. Canada: 1 (Wozniak 1)
28. Romania: 1 (Cirstea 1)
28. Puerto Rico: 1 (Brandi 1)

germex
Jan 14th, 2009, 04:45 PM
Great stats!
One comment, I think that Davenport and Pratt are no longer ranked.

requiem
Jan 15th, 2009, 10:40 AM
You are right, I'll make the changes

Edit: I made the changes and now, we have a new leader. Russia is now officially country with most titles of players with WTA ranking in singles. USA is now second.

hellas719
Feb 20th, 2009, 12:38 AM
Greece at #12 :rocker2:

All from Eleni Daniilidou though:lol:

Anna Gerasimou will get one eventually:shrug:

hellas719
Feb 22nd, 2009, 07:35 PM
Give the US 1 more now (Venus)
and Belarus (Azarenka)
and then either Argentina(Dulko) or Spain (Martinez Sanchez)

requiem
Feb 23rd, 2009, 08:54 AM
^^
Patience, patience. I wait for all tournaments of the week to finish, and I'm in Europe, so Bogota was somewhat late for me. It's all updated now.
:wavey:

hellas719
Mar 2nd, 2009, 04:33 AM
US gets 1 more:woohoo:

requiem
Mar 2nd, 2009, 02:25 PM
Since Likhovtseva is not ranked any more, we have a tie at first place. Russia and USA have equal number of titles.

hellas719
Apr 18th, 2009, 10:31 PM
Denmark->Caroline Wozniacki (Ponte Vedra Beach)
Serbia->Jelena Jankovic (Marbella)

requiem
Apr 19th, 2009, 07:43 PM
I actually did started updating that, but was interupted, and pushed the save button

hellas719
Apr 20th, 2009, 04:42 AM
Oh. Okay;)

Golovinjured.
Apr 23rd, 2009, 12:52 PM
How come Molik is still counted?

and, since Dokic no longer plays for Serbia, should those titles be scrapped and added to Australia?

hellas719
Apr 23rd, 2009, 10:50 PM
How come Molik is still counted?

and, since Dokic no longer plays for Serbia, should those titles be scrapped and added to Australia?

Read the first page;)
Molik is still counted because she is still ranked;)
Dokic won those titles when she played for Serbia.

hellas719
May 14th, 2009, 04:01 AM
Last week:
Belgium->Wickmayer
Russia->Safina

JOCHEBEL
May 14th, 2009, 07:07 PM
:) Belgium

requiem
May 23rd, 2009, 10:20 PM
well, been traveling for some time, so I had a lot of updates to do. I added all the new titles (I hope). And soon I'll remove if there are some players to be removed.

hellas719
Jul 8th, 2009, 07:28 PM
Serena won another title and I don't know if Shaughnessy is still ranked, but she'll be back in a few weeks.

requiem
Jul 10th, 2009, 11:07 PM
Well, you are right about Serena and Shaugnessy, and also, Molik is not ranked anymore, so, one of the nations that has GS is out. Australia, no more ranked players with titles.

hellas719
Sep 2nd, 2009, 03:45 AM
Shaughnessy ranked again;)

hellas719
Feb 17th, 2010, 06:48 AM
Update Please :)
Schiavone->Italy
Bacsinszky->Switzerland
S.Williams->USA
Rezai->France
Clijsters->Belgium
Wickmayer->Belgium
Dementieva->Russia
A.Bondarenko->Ukraine
S.Williams->USA
Dementieva->Russia
Zvonareva->Russia

hellas719
Feb 22nd, 2010, 03:34 AM
Update Please :)
Schiavone->Italy
Bacsinszky->Switzerland
S.Williams->USA
Rezai->France
Clijsters->Belgium
Wickmayer->Belgium
Dementieva->Russia
A.Bondarenko->Ukraine
S.Williams->USA
Dementieva->Russia
Zvonareva->Russia

V.Williams->USA
Sharapova->Russia
Duque Marino->Colombia

hellas719
Mar 13th, 2010, 07:16 PM
Kleybanova->Russia
V.Williams->USA
Pavlyuchenkova->Russia

hellas719
Apr 26th, 2010, 03:37 AM
1. Russia: 99 (Sharapova 21, Dementieva 16, Safina 12, Kuznetsova 12, Zvonareva 10, Petrova 9, Chakvetadze 7, Kirilenko 5, Bovina 3, Pavlyuchenkova 1, Kleybanova 1, Shvedova 1, Dushevina 1)

2. USA: 88 (V Williams 43, S Williams 36, Shaughnessy 6, Craybas 1, King 1, Tu 1)

3. Belgium: 81 (Henin 41, Clijsters 37, Wickmayer 3)

4. Serbia: 25 (Janković 12, Ivanović 8, Dokić 5)

5. Italy: 18 (Pennetta 9, Schiavone 2, Errani 2, Vinci 2, Garbin 1, Santangelo 1)

6. Spain: 17 (Medina Garrigues 9, Ruano Pascual 3, Llagostera Vives 2, Martinez Sanchez 2, Dominguez Lino 1)

7. Czech Republic: 14 (Vaidisova 6, Safarova 4, Zakopalova 2, Benesova 1, Kvitova 1)

8. France: 12 (Bartoli 5, Razzano 2, Parmentier 2, Rezai 2, Cornet 1)
8. Switzerland: 12 (Schnyder 11, Bacsinszky 1)

10. Japan: 8 (Date Krumm 8)

11. Australia: 7 (Molik 5, Stosur 2)
11. China: 7 (Zheng 3, Li 2, T.Sun 1, Yan 1)
11. Denmark: 7 (Wozniacki 7)

14. Greece: 5 (Daniilidou 5)
14. Israel: 5 (Peer 5)

16. Germany: 4 (Groenefeld 1, Arn 1, Lisicki 1, Petković 1)
16. Hungary: 4 (Szavay 3, Czink 1)
16. Poland: 4 (A.Radwanska 4)
16. Slovakia: 4 (Hantuchova 3, Rybarikova 1)
16. Slovenia: 4 (Srebotnik 4)

21. Argentina: 3 (Dulko 3)
21. Austria: 3 (Bammer 2, Paszek 1)
21. Belarus: 3 (Azarenka 3)
21. Luxembourg: 3 (Kremer 2, Schaul 1)
21. Netherlands: 3 (Krajicek 3)
21. Thailand: 3 (Tanasugarn 3)
21. Ukraine: 3 (A Bondarenko 2, K Bondarenko 1)

28. Croatia: 2 (Lucic 2)
28. Romania: 2 (Cirstea 1, Dulgheru 1)

30. Canada: 1 (Wozniak 1)
30. Colombia: 1 (Duque Marino 1)
30. India: 1 (Mirza 1)
30. Sweden: 1 (Arvidsson 1)

requiem
May 17th, 2010, 07:35 PM
Didn't actually saw you did update. Well, now its on first page.

hellas719
Jul 27th, 2010, 03:06 AM
China->Na Li
Belgium->Justine Henin
Russia->Ekaterina Makarova
USA->Serena Williams
Hungary->Agnes Szavay
France->Aravane Rezai
Estonia->Kaia Kanepi
Hungary->Agnes Szavay
Germany->Julia Goerges
Russia->Anna Chakvetadze

requiem
Sep 6th, 2010, 07:36 PM
Updated

The 2nd Law
Nov 7th, 2010, 10:44 PM
Serbia now at 27 titles thanks to Ana's wins in Bali and Linz :)

The 2nd Law
Nov 7th, 2010, 10:45 PM
Russia loses 16 titles now that Lena is gone :( USA very close to overtaking them now, wow.

Srodgers
Nov 8th, 2010, 11:46 PM
Shaughnessy can be taken off now :(

hellas719
Nov 9th, 2010, 01:43 AM
Russia loses 16 titles now that Lena is gone :( USA very close to overtaking them now, wow.

She is still ranked, so no :p

Kylger
Dec 6th, 2010, 10:41 AM
Estonia on this list :hearts:

AleRye
Dec 12th, 2010, 04:57 AM
good bye to dementieva

Zin
Jan 23rd, 2011, 02:01 PM
Kremer has 2 WTA titles ;)

requiem
Feb 5th, 2011, 09:22 PM
^^ Thank you.

Well, I updated the list.

guyha4
Feb 19th, 2011, 11:57 AM
Vaidisova is not ranking ... Czech will go down to the 10th place

requiem
Jul 8th, 2012, 04:08 PM
Well, I actually was bored, and updated the list

VSFan1 aka Joshua L.
Jul 8th, 2012, 09:28 PM
Don't forget about Oudin for USA ;)

Great list - thanks!

requiem
Jul 10th, 2012, 01:24 PM
Don't forget about Oudin for USA ;)


Thank you for the correction. I was checking only top 100 players plus those who already had title a year ago, so she fell below my radar.

Interestingly, Russia and USA have same number of titles from ranked players :)

requiem
Aug 18th, 2014, 08:27 PM
Being bored, I updated this :)

Kzm
Aug 19th, 2014, 09:42 PM
Didn't Nara win a title?

requiem
Aug 20th, 2014, 05:16 PM
Didn't Nara win a title?

You are right. I seem to miss quite a few players, almost every single WTA International level title from 2014, unless player won other level of tournaments. Thank you, and now Nara, Vekić, Puig together with Puerto Rico and Vandeweghe are on list.

:wavey:

janko
Aug 21st, 2014, 10:34 AM
Good work!

It seems you re counting wta125 titles (for Svitolina, Arruabarena, Zhang and Jovanovski),in that case 4 of them are missing (Mladenovic, Peng, Van Uytvanck and +1 for Peer).

You re counting Mirza (active in doubles but not anymore in singles),you could do the same with Black, Peschke, Srebotnik, Groenefeld and so on...

Djezonfly
Aug 21st, 2014, 08:02 PM
Brianti (ITA) won Fes a few years ago

requiem
Aug 22nd, 2014, 02:05 PM
Good work!

It seems you re counting wta125 titles (for Svitolina, Arruabarena, Zhang and Jovanovski),in that case 4 of them are missing (Mladenovic, Peng, Van Uytvanck and +1 for Peer).

You re counting Mirza (active in doubles but not anymore in singles),you could do the same with Black, Peschke, Srebotnik, Groenefeld and so on...

Well, it was because of way I was adding titles, that I missed some wta125s. I'm still not sure what to do with them. Officially, they are counted on WTA website (which makes it easier for me to check), but, somehow, I think I should remove them all. ATM I added all of them for consistency. Maybe I'll just add small section with 125 titles.

As for Mirza, I'll just remove her, since this is really about singles. During update, I noticed that she does not have rankings, and I was like, she's too young to be retired, so I checked on wiki, and saw that she is top doubles player. Obviously, I don't follow doubles much :)

P.S. Peng title is not counted on WTA website :confused:

Brianti (ITA) won Fes a few years ago

Thanks, that was mistake from long time ago, and not this update, very perceptive.