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Discussion Starter #61 (Edited)


1992


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Jan 6:
- the results of this year's Brisbane tournament are somewhat remarkable
- winner Nicole Provis can only gain 4 posiitons to #29

Jan 13: Anke Huber from #14 to #11 (SF Sydney)



Australian Open



>>> more

- Dominique Monami leaps from #112 to #69 = top100 debut (4th round)
- also new under top100: Sandrine Testud, Kimberly Po, Marketa Kochta




Feb 3:
- Kimiko Date moves up 9 spots to #30 (SF Tokyo)
- Maggie Maleeva moves up 17 spots to #40 (SF Tokyo) with 58% quality-ratio by defeats of 2 seeds enroute

Feb 10:
- Mary Pierce 13 spots up to #32 (SF Essen)
- Barbara Rittner 12 spots up to #34 (SF Essen)
- Seles exceeds the 10,000 points mark for the 1st time


Mar 9: Amanda Coetzer leaps from #53 to #32 (SF Boca)


March 23


April 13:
- Kimiko Date wins the Japan Open and moves up 5 spots to #23
- Sabine Hack moves up from #66 to #50 (QF Amelia)


May 11: Amanda Coetzer first time top20 after SF in Rome (up from #27)





Roland Garros



>>> more

- the first half of this year is clearly characterized by successfully defending points, so a change in the top region was and is not expectable
- maybe the hardest work here delivered Japanese Akiko Kijimuta, who had to play 108 games to reach the 4th round, and still had the will and power to win a set against the №1 Seles!
She can leap 40 positions to #79 (would like to watch all these matches!)
- Manon Bollegraf reached the QF and jumps from #75 to #37
- qualifyer Sandra Wasserman reached the 3rd round and jumps 60 positions to #93




June 15: surprise finalist in Brimingham Jenny Byrne jumps 60 positions to #100





Wimbledon



>>> more




(no noteworthy in-between)





the US Open



>>> more




Oct 19: Navratilova wins the title in Filderstadt, her points have a 51% quality-ratio

Oct 26: Maggie Maleeva first time top20

Nov 16: top100-debut for 15YO Iva Majoli, Lisa Raymond and Taiwanese Shi-Ting Wang

Nov 23: Lori McNeil returns to the top10 by defeat of Graf at the SEC




full season list



more details >>> 001-100, 101-200

- a boring year in terms of big changes that was




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tournaments conclusion



>>> more

- without Graf's late withdrawel the AO would've been totally even with Roland Garros this year (last time happened in 1974, under different circumstances of course)
- the Sydney tournament saw its best competition since 1982, and its 3rd-best overall


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first try of rankings with other systems:

( post121.html )



- no surprise, Seles on top all year on all lists
- the top 4 are the same everywhere


seperate lists:
Best16
Average
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1993


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Australian Open



>>> Jan 25 list + Feb 1 list

- this year's edition saw its best competition, by far: value 89% with 84 out of my current top100 (Roland Garros for comparison: such a high value only once, 1983)
- Lindsay Davenport got her top100-debut




March 1: Lindsay Davenport moves up 28 spots up to #43 within two weeks (QF in IW & Delray)


March 22 (Key Biscane)



Graf can take over the top spot again:


April 5 list




May 5: after qualifying Maria-Francesca Bentivoglio reached the QF in Rome with defeats of two seeds and boosts 300 positions to #115



To read that Lindsay Davenport had won a tournament on red clay (Luzern) in her early career is a surprise to me.




Roland Garros



>>> more

- Anke Huber becomes the first new top10 after 19 months and the first German since the current №1 was new 6 years ago
- Aranxa Sanchez Vicario rises into new highs; had been #3 as early as April 1990, she achieved personal best-points records in this year's first half
- 15YO Iva Majoli up 20 spots to #41




June 14: Chanda Rubin moves up 10 spots to #48 (SF Birmingham)

June 21: Miriam Oremans moves up 10 spots to #25 (final Eastbourne)




Wimbledon



>>> more

- Meredith McGrath got through qualifying and reached the 4th round thereafter; she jumps almost 100 positions to #73




July 12: Radka Bobkova wins the title in Palermo as unseeded and jumps from #143 to #100 (top100-debut)

July 19: Natalia Medvedeva wins the title in Pragueas unseeded and jumps from #92 to #67

Aug 2:
- Marzia Grossi wins the title in San Marino as unseeded and moves from #135 to #100 (top100-debut)
- Beate Reinstadler reached the SF in Stratton and moves up from #158 to #105

Aug 9: noticing Elena Likhovtseva who reached the QF in San Diego and moves from #231 to #142


Tracy Austin played in Manhattan Beach and had won two matches - not bad...





the US Open



>>> more

- Graf has now a points-advantage of >50% to the runner-up (last time happend in Nov 1990)
- Lucky Loser Maria Jose Gaidano jumps 30 spots to #47 after reaching the 4th round
- Elena Likhovtseva top100-debut, Christina Singer top100-debut (up from #146)
- Karina Habsudova #173 to #102





Sept 27: Navratilova is #3 again! - after Sabatini's early loss in Tokyo

Oct 11: Sandra Cacic jumps 70 positions to #80 after qualifying and reaching the QF in Zürich (top100-debut)

Nov 1: Natalia Medvedjeva wins the title of Essen with defeats of 3 top10-players enroute, her 541 points include 303 for quality (56%), she moves up 15 spots to #28





- Conchita Martinez rises to #3 for first time
- Amy Frazier (SF Philad.) leaps 26 positions to #53, she earned points with a 54%-quality-ratio from defeats of 2 seeds.
- Kimberly Po (SF Philad.) moves up 10 pos. to #30



Nov 22 (SEC): Mary Pierce leaps from #18 to #12





full season list



more details >>> 001-100, 101-200



thoughts:
It is pure speculation how the career of Monica Seles had been going on without that stabbing incident at Hamburg.
My own rankings show Graf taking over the top-spot just before it. Pretending Seles could defend her FO title again, I think she would lose earlier at Wimbledon than last year, which would consolidate Graf's No.1-ranking. Seles played few tournaments at the beginning of the year, so if that had continued for the rest of that year, she couldn't been ranked No.1 for the season, even if she had won the US Open and the YEC.
At the official rankings Seles could've been no.1 for the season again of course.




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tournaments conclusion



>>> more

- the Aussie Open was the tournament with the best competition this year by a narrow margin, the very first time!
This is certainly due to the only Grand Slam participation of Monica Seles.
- this also ends the 9-year-reign by the US Open as the best-rated tournament
- Toronto is only shortly behind Key Biscane as the 2nd-best WTA-tournament this year


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first try of rankings with other systems:

( post121.html )



seperate lists:
Best16
Average
Diminishing



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1994


This year I'm processing not only WTA tournaments. After skipping ITF tournaments for seven calendar years completely, I'm processing some of them again.
I add the data of 75K, 50K and 25K tournaments that I've noticed at the WTAtennis.com players matches overview, probably an incomplete quantity with sometimes incomplete draw data.

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Australian Open



>>> more

- Kimiko Date becomes my first top10-player from Japan




Feb 7:
- with her Tokyo title, Graf exceeds her former best points-sum achieved back in January 1988
- compatriot Marketa Kochta reached the QF in Tokyo and leaps 23 positions to #60 (points with a 59% quality-ratio from the defeat of #4 Sabatini)
- Kristie Boogert (SF Tokyo) moves up 17 positions to #61
- Jana Nejedly reached the QF in Tokyo after qualifying and jumps 80 spots to #153
- first notice of 13YO Martina Hingis (she kicks off at #438)

Feb 14:
- German Meike Babel moves up 17 spots to #65 after her final appearance in Linz
- local surprise Barbara Schett reached the SF in Linz (up 30 spots to #125)

Feb 28: Iva Majoli moves up 12 spots to #35 (SF Indian Wells, 53% quality points)




>>> more

- Lindsay Davenport not far away from the top10 after her SF at Key Biscane



Mar 28:
- Asa Carlsson moves up from #147 to #108 (SF Houston)
- 3 qualifyers gone far in Houston: Bettina Fulco defeats Navratilova to reach QF (#206 to #136), Vero Martinek (QF, #181 to #124) and Angeles Montolio (QF, #272 to #156)

April 4:
- Mary Pierce enters my top10 by reaching the SF in Hilton Head
- Iva Majoli leaps 16 spots to #27 (SF Hilton Head)
- Navratilova gone out in her first match for the 2nd week in a row

April 11:
- Davenport enters my top10 by reaching the SF in Amelia Island
- top100-debut for Belgian Laurence Courtois (3R Amelia, up from #127)


April 25: Iva Majoli moves up 6 spots to #22 with her final appearance in Barcelona

May 2: top100-debut for Irina Spirlea (final in Taranto)

May 9:
- Spirlea strikes again in Rome and jumps to #51
- qualifyer Serra-Zanetti reached the QF in Rome and jumps 111 positions to #113
- Lourdes Lopez wins a match in the qualifying of the San Luis Potosi tournament, per WTAtennis.com she was 11 years and 2 months young :speakles:
(Victoria Zabala lost her first match with just 9 years? ... ITFtennis.com lists another Victoria Zabala with age of 47 at that time... more plausible I think)

May 16: Elena Makarova leaps 27 spots to #48 after defeating 2nd seed Sanchez-Vicario in Berlin (56% quality points)





Roland Garros



>>> more







Wimbledon



>>> more





Aug 1: Amanda Coetzer (SF Stratton) becomes my 7th top-tenner from South Africa and the 1st since Linky Boshoff in 1975






the US Open



>>> more

- Arantxa real close to the top
- Mana Endo jumps 27 spots to #46 (4R)




Sept 26: Nana Miyagi moves up 42 spots to #74 with reaching the SF in Tokyo over #8 Davenport and #13 Hack (58% quality-points)


Oct 3: Sanchez-Vicario rises into the top-spot when Graf did not defend her points in Leipzig





Oct 17:
- big leap for Anke Huber from #17 back into the top10 because of her title run in Filderstadt
- Marianne Werdel reached the SF in Filderstadt after qualifying and moves up 16 spots to #33, she overcame rookie Martina Hingis in the 3rd-set-TB and also had won a set against the eventual champion!
- Hingis herself jumps 65 spots to #170
- Karina Habsudova also reached the SF in Filderstadt after qualifying which includes a remarkable defeat of the 1st seed Conchita Martinez, she jumps 25 spots to #53

Oct 24: Maria Vento leaps 40 spots to #115 after qualifying and one MD match win in Brighton

Oct 31:
- another big leap for Hingis after QF-success in Brighton, 49 spots up to #120
- the defending champion Medvedieva lost in the semis and goes down 12 spots to #49, but she defeated the 1st seed Conchita Martinez enroute and earned an exceptional 63% quality-points-ratio;
Martinez struggled with herself a lot after her exceptional Wimbledon success
- Iva Majoli's final appearance let her move up to #11

Nov 7: 14YO Venus Williams debuts at #260 (2R Oakland)

Nov 21 (SEC)





full season list



more details >>> 001-100, 101-200, 201-300

- Graf's 1R-loss at Wimbledon is deciding for Sanchez-Vicario's №1-finish,
without that occurrence Graf probably would have won that tournament and kept the №1-spot
- with better success of Conchita Martinez after Wimbledon, Graf would have even finish the year down at №3




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tournaments conclusion



>>> more

- Wimbledon has the best competition value this year, last time leading this list in 1982!
- the best two non-GS in Europe are German





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first try of rankings with other systems:

( post121.html )



seperate lists:
Best16
Average
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career statistics, mid-decade update

Code:
[B]green[/B] = still active players or still counting numbers

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[I]points collected in total
[/I]
				points		last notice

Martina Navratilova		202,192		1994 Nov 21
Chris Evert			185,355		1989	
Margaret Smith Court 		125,054		1977	
Billie-Jean Moffitt King	124,553		1984
Virginia Wade			100,847		1985
[B]Steffi Graf			85,594		active	[/B]
Evonne Goolagong		82,366		1985
Rosie Casals			74,609		1991
Ann Haydon Jones		71,819		1982
Kerry Melville Reid		68,702		1985

Francoise Durr			57,625		1981
Hana Mandlikova			56,398		1990
[B]Gabriela Sabatini		56,067		active	[/B]
[B]Pam Shriver			55,324		1994 Nov 14	[/B]
Nancy Richey Gunter 		55,128		1978
Wendy Turnbull			54,507		1989
Maria Bueno			52,920		1977
Tracy Austin			47,177		1994 Jun 20	
[B]Helena Sukova			44,724		1994 Oct 24	[/B]
Lesley Turner Bowrey 		44,545		1978

[B]Zina Garrison			42,875		1994 Nov 14	[/B]
Betty Stove			40,490		1983		
[B]Arantxa Sanchez-V.		38,321		active	[/B]
Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat	38,283		1990
Virginia Ruzici			37,901		1987
Manuela Maleeva-Fr.		36,464		1994 Feb 14
Judy Tegart Dalton 		35,459		1981
Julie Heldman			34,243		1975
Sylvia Hanika			33,956		1990
Andrea Jaeger			32,652		1987

Monika Seles			32,126		1993
Sue Barker			31,642		1984
Mima Jausovec			31,316		1988
Christine Truman Janes 		31,265		1975
Darlene Hard			30,078		1973


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[I]quality points collected[/I]

				points		last notice

Martina Navratilova		62,348		1994 Nov 21
Chris Evert			55,051		1989		
Margaret Smith Court 		44,166		1977		
Billie-Jean Moffitt King	41,475		1984		
Virginia Wade			33,089		1985		
[B]Steffi Graf			26,717		active	[/B]	
Ann Haydon Jones		25,269		1982		
Evonne Goolagong		24,698		1985		
Rosie Casals			22,828		1991
Kerry Melville Reid		21,447		1985		

Nancy Richey Gunter 		19,294		1978		
Maria Bueno			18,914		1977		
Francoise Durr			18,913		1981		
[B]Gabriela Sabatini		18,198		active	[/B]
[B]Pam Shriver			17,086		1994 Nov 14	[/B]
Hana Mandlikova			16,444		1990	
Wendy Turnbull			16,147		1989
Lesley Turner Bowrey 		15,268		1978	
Tracy Austin			14,743		1994 Jun 20
[B]Helena Sukova			13,281		1994 Oct 24	[/B]

[B]Zina Garrison			12,741		1994 Nov 14	[/B]
[B]Arantxa Sanchez-V.		12,265		active	[/B]
Betty Stove			12,184		1983	
Darlene Hard			11,554		1973	
Julie Heldman			11,280		1975	
Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat	11,215		1990
Manuela Maleeva-Fr.		11,132		1994 Feb 14
Judy Tegart Dalton 		10,853		1981	
Christine Truman Janes 		10,550		1975	
Monika Seles			10,234		1993

Virginia Ruzici			10,221		1987
Sylvia Hanika			10,160		1990
Andrea Jaeger			9,464		1987	
Helga Niessen Masthoff		9,134		1980	
Sue Barker			9,086		1984	

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[I]most points during a 52-week-period (career best only)[/I]

				points		achieved on

Margaret Smith Court	 	21,811		1973 Sep 03		
Billie-Jean Moffitt King	18,277		1971 Nov 01		
Chris Evert			17,104		1976 Mar 08		
Martina Navratilova		16,438		1982 Aug 23
Tracy Austin			14,308		1980 May 05		
Hana Mandlikova			12,862		1981 Jul 27		
Rosie Casals			12,251		1971 Dec 13
[B]Steffi Graf			11,943		1994 Mar 21	[/B]	
Evonne Goolagong		11,715		1976 Apr 19		
Monika Seles			10,678		1992 Sep 28

Francoise Durr			10,486		1972 Jan 31	
Lesley Turner Bowrey 		10,445		1963 May 20		
Andrea Jaeger			10,334		1981 Aug 10		
Sue Barker			10,248		1977 Mar 28		
Virginia Wade			10,191		1975 Sep 22		
Gabriela Sabatini		9,349		1991 Aug 19		
Kerry Melville Reid		9,304		1972 Jul 17		
[B]Arantxa Sanchez-V.		8,728		1994 Nov 07	[/B]	
Ann Haydon Jones		8,593		1970 Feb 23		
Wendy Turnbull			8,371		1980 Feb 11
		
Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat	8,353		1979 Dec 03		
Sylvia Hanika			7,743		1981 Oct 19
Olga Morozova			7,520		1975 Apr 07		
Maria Bueno			7,515		1964 Aug 10		
Nancy Richey Gunter 		7,458		1973 Jan 29		
Virginia Ruzici			7,441		1981 May 18		
[B]Helena Sukova[/B]			7,389		1986 Nov 24
Betty Stove			7,030		1978 Feb 13		
Darlene Hard			6,808		1964 Mar 30		
[B]Pam Shriver[/B]			6,636		1988 Mar 14
Julie Heldman			6,560		1970 Feb 09		
"Yola" Ramirez Ochoa		6,462		1962 Jan 15		

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[I]weeks ranked top 10[/I]

[B]Martina Navratilova		1054	[/B]
Chris Evert			920
Billie-Jean Moffitt King	732
Virginia Wade			715
Ann Haydon Jones		692
Margaret Smith Court 		682
Kerry Melville Reid		574
Rosie Casals			511
[B]Steffi Graf			486	[/B]
Evonne Goolagong		481

Maria Bueno			480
[B]Pam Shriver[/B]			450	
[B]Gabriela Sabatini		443	[/B]
Nancy Richey Gunter 		437
Francoise Durr			426
Manuela Maleeva Fragniere	421
Hana Mandlikova			398
[B]Zina Garrison[/B]			394	
Wendy Turnbull			385
Lesley Turner Bowrey 		372

[B]Helena Sukova[/B]			317	
Christine Truman Janes 		296
[B]Arantxa Sanchez-V.		290	[/B]	
Darlene Hard			288
Angela Mortimer Barrett		276
[B]Jana Novotna			270	[/B]	
Tracy Austin			264
Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat	252
"Jan" Lehane O'Neill		250
"Yola" Ramirez Ochoa		240

Julie Heldman			233
Judy Tegart Dalton 		231
[B]M-J Fernandez[/B]			217		
Virginia Ruzici			213
Monika Seles			212
Sandra Reynolds Price		203

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[I]weeks ranked top 100[/I]

Billie-Jean Moffitt King	1261
Virginia Wade			1225
[B]Martina Navratilova		1132	[/B]
Chris Evert			1070
Nancy Richey Gunter 		1010
Rosie Casals			998
Francoise Durr			935
Margaret Smith Court 		913
Betty Stove			911
Helga Niessen Masthoff		888

[B]Pam Shriver			879	[/B]
Kerry Melville Reid		872
Wendy Turnbull			852
Sharon Walsh Pete		841
Maria Bueno			830
Evonne Goolagong		794
Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat	792
Pam Teeguarden			790
"Betsy" Nagelsen		815
Helen Gourlay Cawley		772

[B]Ros Fairbank-Nideffer		766	[/B]
Ann Haydon Jones		749
Lea Pericoli			695
Christine Truman Janes 		689
Gail Sherriff Chanfreau Lovera	685
Lesley Turner Bowrey 		678
Helga Schultze Hösl		676
[B]Helena Sukova			676	[/B]
[B]Jo Dure[/B]				671	
Edda Buding Düchting		665

[B]Zina Garrison			663	[/B]
Julie Heldman			660
Hana Mandlikova			652
Val Ziegenfuss Bradshaw		651
Manuela Maleeva Fragniere	651
Tory Fretz			650
Judy Tegart Dalton 		650

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Discussion Starter #64 (Edited)


1995


It seems that this is the first year in WTA-history that the (on-hand-) prize-money decreased! Interestingly the displayed tournament-values increased (window-dressing).

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Australian Open



>>> more

- Marianne Werdel's SF-run let her jump from #36 to #18, she trumps her previous best-ranking from 1987 by 12 spots!
- Angelica Gavaldon can jump 34 spots to #45 by reaching the QF
- Kyoko Nagatsuka jumps 43 spots to #65 (4th round)





Feb 6:
- Conchita Martinez profits from Graf's Asia-Pacific absence and moves into the runner-up spot for the 1st time
- Brenda Schultz becomes the 2nd top-tenner from the Netherlands (the 1st one, Betty Stove, was last time ranked top10 in January 1979)
- Nicole Bradtke's points from her Auckland victory include 61% quality; the former #16 moves up almost 40 spots to #70
- Conchita and Arantxa are another rare pair from the same nation to hold the top-two spots:
1. Mortimer+Truman 2. Haydon+Mortimer 3. Smith+Turner 4. King+Casals 5. Court+Goolagong 6. Evert+King 7. Evert+Navratilova

Feb 13: Lisa Raymond moves up 15 positions to #32 (finalist Chicago)

Feb 20:
- Iva Majoli's top-ten debut (SF Paris)
- Hingis up 28 spots to #68 (QF Paris)


Feb 27: Mary Pierce is the new №2





Mar 6: MJ Fernandez jumps from #29 to #17 (title Indian Wells)

Mar 27: Marianne Werdel moves up from #20 to #14 after reaching the QF at Key Biscane routing №1 Sanchez-V. (56% quality-points)

April 3: Lea Ghirardi leaps 50 spots to #85 (top100 debut) after reaching the QF in Hilton Head

April 10

May 8: Hingis leaps 27 spots to #44 after reaching the final in Hamburg

May 15:
- top100-debut for Virginia Ruano-Pascual (2R Rome)
- Joannette Kruger moves 15 spots up to #39 (QF Rome)

May 22: the 3rd of the Maleeva sister finally enters the top10 after reaching the final in Berlin






Roland Garros



>>> June 5 list | big June 12 list

- Steff Graf wins Raloand Garros with exceptional 469 quality-points
- Chanda Rubin reached the 4R, defeating the 5th seed Novotna enroute, and leaps 20 positions to #26
- Virginia Ruano-Pascual reached the QF and jumps from #90 to #53
- Ai Sugiyama barely survived the 1st round against Sukova and reached the 4th round thereafter, she jumps 40 positions to #68 (debut top100)
- Romanian Catalina Cristea jumps from #141 to #84 (debut top100) after reaching the 3rd round
- 15YO Amelie Mauresmo came through qualifying and jumps to #225


most quality points at a single tournament since 1959:
points ........................ achieved at
490 ... Virginia Wade ......... 1968 Forest Hills
473 ... Hana Mandlikova ....... 1985 US Open
469 ... Steffi Graf ........... 1995 Roland Garros
466 ... Martina Navratilova ... 1987 US Open
465 ... Evonne Goolagong ...... 1971 Wimbledon
461 ... Chris Evert ........... 1979 Eastbourne


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June 19: top100-debut for Els Callens (SF Birmingham)

June 26: Chanda Rubin leaps another 10 spots to #16 (finalist Eastbourne)





Wimbledon



>>> July 3 list | big July 10 list

- no change at the top: because of both, Graf and Sanchez-V., had won much more points than at last year's edition
- interestingly both earned more than 300 quality-points, an indication how strong in particular Sanchez-Vicario's final appearance here should be assessed
(Graf defeats #25 #18 #49 #94 #20 #7 #1 = 379 pts | Sanchez-V. defeats #57 #26 #8 #19 #3 = 308 pts, at Roland Garros she earned only 119 pts)





Aug 7

Aug 14: Yayuk Basuki leaps from #38 to #23 after reaching the SF in Manhattan Beach, defeating 3 seeds enroute (55% quality-ratio)

Aug 21:
- Monica Seles is back and wins Toronto, the 2nd-best non-GS tournament of the year, and re-enters my rankings at #61
- her final opponent Amanda Coetzer defeated 4 seeds enroute and earns 322 quality-points, more than Seles here and even more than Sanchez-V.'s hugely amount at Wimbledon!
it also almost doubles her points for quality for the whole ranking-period


Aug 28: first notice of some future stars: Kournikova, Myskina, Bammer at the ITF Sochi



the US Open



>>> more

- Graf can barely take over the top-spot with a lead of only 95 points (1.5%) to an also points-gaining Conchita Martinez, who was just one match away to capture the top-spot for herself
- Seles boosts 40 spots to #18 with just her 2nd tour event





Sept 25: Sung-Hee Park leaps from #117 to #79 (top100-debut) after QF in Tokyo incl. defeat of #7 Kimiko Date enroute

Oct 9:
- top10-debut for Chanda Rubin after SF in Zürich
- Mariaan de Swardt reached the SF in Zürich from qualifying and jumps 50 positions to #55

Oct 16: Petra Begerow leaps 23 positions to #41 after QF in Filderstadt incl the defeat of #2 Martinez

Oct 23: Mariaan de Swardt reached the QF in Brighton from qualifying and leaps 17 positions to #38, she defeated #1 Graf enroute and earned 249 points incl. 164 quality points (66%)


Nov 6:
- Ai Sugiyama moves up from #55 to #42 (final Oakland)
- Dominique Monami leaps moves up from #90 to #61 (final Quebec)
side notes:
- interestingly Katrina Adams (official rank 115) is marked as seed #1 at the Oakland tournament per ITFtennis.com and the WTA-PDF-file, at WTAtennis.com she is marked as Lucky Loser (= more plausible)
- first notice of Serena Williams
- noticing Asa Carlsson play in Stockholm, an ITF 10K tournament, at that time she was ranked #50 officially (my rank #40), quite unusual but comprehensible


Nov 13: Lori McNeil, former #7, leaps 24 positions to #32 after reaching the final in Philadelphia by defeating #2 Martinez and #7 Huber enroute



VS Tour Championships







full season list



more details >>> 001-100, 101-200, 201-300, 301-400, 401-500

- like last year Conchita Martinez messed up the autumn indoor season, but this time she could rise to #1 here easily in every week after the USO --> pity!!!


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tournaments conclusion



>>> more

- Roland Garros saw its best competition ever by far, with 19 of the top20 showed up
- and the US Open saw the best field of any tournament of the decade so far (2nd all-time), with all current top50 showed up



best competitions at Roland Garros since 1959:
year ..... value
1995 ..... 93.9
1983 ..... 89.2
1991 ..... 87
1994 ..... 86.7
1992 ..... 85.3
1986 ..... 84.8
1988 ..... 84.3
1985 ..... 83.2

best competitions since 1959:
1985 Flushing Meadows ... 97.2
1995 Flushing Meadows ... 96.8
1989 Flushing Meadows ... 96.7
1987 Flushing Meadows ... 96.6
1991 Flushing Meadows ... 96.6
1992 Flushing Meadows ... 95.5
1990 Flushing Meadows ... 94.9
1984 Flushing Meadows ... 94.7
1986 Flushing Meadows ... 94.7
1981 Flushing Meadows ... 94.2
1985 Wimbledon .......... 94.1
1987 Key Biscayne. FL ... 94.1
1992 Wimbledon .......... 94.1
1988 Flushing Meadows ... 94
1995 Roland Garros ...... 93.9
1972 Wimbledon .......... 93.8
1984 Wimbledon .......... 93.8



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1996


This is the first year the ITF provides complete draws for most of their tournaments online.
In that way it is much easier to take over the data into my database, so I will process it here (main draw data only at first).

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Jan 8: Sandra Cacic wins the Auckland title as a qualifyer and leaps 25 positions to #59

Jan 15




Australian Open



>>> more

- a lot of movements within the top20
- Mary Pierce dropped from #4 to #16! can't remember anyone dropped like her before




Feb 5: Iva Majoli wins the big Tokyo PPO and moves up to #7 - with defeats of Seles and Sanchez-V. her 673 points include 303 for quality


March 18

March 25: first notice of Alicia Molik - qualified for main draw at an ITF tournament in (of course) Australia

April 1: Key Biscane
- Chanda Rubin first time top5 (final)
- Karina Habsudova jumps 66 positions to #41 after reaching the SF over 4 seeds enroute
- Jenifer Capriati re-enters the top100 (4th round), she fell off the top100/rankings in Aug/Sep 1994


April 8: Barbara Paulus reached the final at Hilton Head incl. defeat of #2 Martinez enroute and earnes 512 points (266 for quality), she moves up from #43 to #25

April 15

April 22: Nana Miyagi wins one match at Tokyo, but it's against the 2nd seed Appelmans (rank #21), so her points have an exceptional 75% quality-ratio

May 6:
- Gloria Pizzichini (rank #190) wins the Bol title and jumps to #120, after defeating the 1st seed Majoli no other seed stood in her way
- at Hamburg Angeles Montolio (#161) defeats 7th seed Wiesner and leaps to #117

May 13:
- Spirlea moves up to #11 (SF Rome)
- Bettina Fulco-Villella (former #18) reached the 3rd round in Rome and leaps from #300 to #163
- Rita Kuti-Kis reached the SF in Budapest as a qualifyer and boosts from #715 to #269

May 20: two big movers: Likhovtseva (QF Berlin) from #45 to #28 and Habsudova (final Berlin over 3 seeds enroute) from #43 to #24

May 27: a week with some exceptional results
- Judith Wiesner's points include 64% quality (defeat of 1st seed Huber at Strasburg)
- Lidmila Richterova's points have a 74% quality-ratio (defeat of 3rd seed Martinez at Madrid), she leaps from #101 to #69
- Alexia Dechaume's points have a 68% quality-ratio (from 4th seed MJ Fernandez at Strasburg)
- 3 walkovers and 1 retirement in the same draw-quarter is also exceptional (Madrid)
- it is the 3rd year in a row that Davenport wins a tournament on red clay just before the FO

June 3: Shinobu Asagoe wins (her first?) ITF tourn't in Taiwan and jumps 500 positions to #504 (defeats of 3 seeds enroute)





Roland Garros



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- Sabatini moves below the top10, its the first time since entering the top10 in 1986 (518 weeks, nearly ten years)
- Habsudova seemingly had the hardest path here to the QF and than loses real tight against Sanchez-V., but her 500 points let her move only 4 spots to #20
- Gloria Pizzichini reached the 3R as Lucky Loser and leaps 40 spots to #72 (top100 debut)
- Gala Leon-Garcia reached the 4R after qualifying and leaps 73 spots to #76 (top100 debut)





June 17: Meredith MacGrath wins the Birmingham title with defeats of the top 3 seeds enroute, her points have a 57% quality-ratio and she leaps from #51 to #34

June 24:
- MJ Fernandez reached the final at Eastbourne and earns more total points than winner Seles; while Seles had no seed enroute to her title (132 quality),
Fernandez had to defeat 2nd and 3rd seed what raises her quality to 236 quality points and 416 in total (57%)
- similar happened at Rosmalen where Sukova earned more total points (2 seeds enroute, 57% quality) than winner Huber who had more difficulties to overcome against her unseeded opponents

July 1: first notice of Francesca Schiavone - qualified for MD and reached QF at an ITF tourn't in Italia




Wimbledon



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- only minimal changes within the top20 in constrast to AO and FO
- Katarina Studenikova opens the field in the bottom half by defeating 2nd seed Seles, she leaps 20 positions to #33
- Meredith McGrath profits more from this open field and reached the SF, she moves up 11 spots to #21





Aug 5: Lindsay Davenport wins Gold at the Olympics and earns a hugely quality amount of 400 points! It's the best of the year (in comparison: Graf earned 391 at Roland Garros)

Aug 12: Kimberly Po reached the SF after qualifying and jumps not less than 44 positions to #44

Aug 19: Davenport achieved another hugely quality amount within weeks, the 350 points (55% ratio) include the defeat of #1 Graf,
she also has now the best quality-ratio of the ranking period inside the top40 with 41% of her total (R 2222 : Q 1562)

Aug 26: Kimiko Date wins the San Diego title with quality-ratio of 55%, incl. defeats of 3 top-tenners enroute


Sep 1: first notice of Elena Dementieva at the ITF Sochi



the US Open



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- 15YO Anna Kournikova jumps from #158 to #71 (top100-debut), reached 4R after qualifying





Sep 16: top100-debut for Patty Schnyder, the finalist at Karlovy Vary moves up 27 positions to #95

Sep 23: Henrieta Nagyova moves up 23 positions to #59 after winning the Warshaw title


Oct 8: first notice of Nadia Petrova - qualified for main draw at ITF Nicosia

Oct 14: Martina Hinigs wins the title of Filderstadt, the best regular indoor event since Philadelphia 1991;
she earned 700 points (incl. 380 quality) and enters the top10 at #7

Oct 21

Oct 28: Els Callens leaps 24 positions to #62, it's her highest ranking so far for the 26YO;
she reached the final in Quebec over 3 seeds and her points have a 59% quality-ratio

Nov 4: Jennifer Capriati moves up 17 spots to #35 after Chicago by defeating 1st seed Seles to reach the final

Nov 18



SEC:





Nov 25: first notice of Justine Henin - qualified for main draw at ITF Marllorca

Dec 16: what Chanda Rubin had in mind by going to play 25K Salzburg? Was it holidays fun for the former top10-player?





full season list



more details >>> 001-100, 101-200, 201-300, 301-400, 401-500, 501-600, 601-700, 701-800




draw notes

- Sep 23: the ITF-draw of Cluj shows Katarzyna Teodorowicz (Pol) in QD and MD which is clearly impossible because she is in Warshaw at the same time (QD + MD);
the WTA-site shows Mirabela Teodorescu (ROM) in that Cluj draw-position which is plausible.

- Oct 7: Can it be? Jana Nejedly is seeded #2 (official rank 203) at ITF Puerta Vallerta,
and both ITF and WTA show she came through qualifying. While Martina Nejedly (official rank 347) is a direct acceptance and unseeded?
Can't believe this. It is more logical that Martina had to play qualifying!

- Oct 14: at ITF St. Raphael the ITF-draw lists Valentine Vernaz while WTA.com shows Charlotte Vernaz (no clue what's right)

- Dec 9: at the Sao Paulo tourn't the ITF-site shows Ana-Maria Viera-Teixtera and seeded #2 while the WTA-site shows Andrea Vieira in that draw-position --> in this case WTA is surely right



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tournaments conclusion



>>> more

- Roland Garros leads a year for a 2nd time
- an ITF-tournament is under the best-50 list of competitions!
- as mentioned before Filderstadt saw the best competition for regular indoor tournaments since 1991







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1997


I made the decision earlier to skip the upcoming years, because I think the official rankings from now on are mostly equal to mine.
Again I changed my mind.
I wanna answer the question to myself: when and how will Hingis takeover the top-spot over Graf - same or different to the official rankings?

This is the last big question before I really go to process the 1920s.

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Jan 6: Marion Maruska jumps from #170 to #88 (top100 debut) after winning the Auckland title as a qualifyer!

Jan 13: Sydney winner Hingis is new at #3, finalist Capriati up from #35 to #23




Australian Open



  • no surprise that Hingis rises to #2 here
  • Habsudova 1st top10 player from Slovakia
  • Graf's first visit in years here ends in her first of several defeats this year by Coetzer in straight sets!
  • Patty Schnyder got the biggest leap within top100 from #100 to #55 (R4), while Dominique van Roost leaps 20 spots to #30 (QF over #2 Sanchez-V.)
  • several top100-debuts: Serna, Grzybowska, Kleinova, Brandi, Yoshida




Feb 17: Jana Novotna displaces Sanchez-V. from the #3 spot and reaches a new career-best ranking;
she reached #4 back in May 1991 and remained there for short, then after a lot of ups and downs she reached #4 again in Nov '96

Feb 24: Francesca Lubiani leaps 25 positions to #67 after reaching the SF in Oklahoma over 2 seeds (64% quality-ratio)

March 17: Venus Willimas qualified for MD at Indian Wells and reached the QF therafter, with that she leaps from #165 to #92 (top100 debut)




The Lipton Championships



consistent with the official WTA rankings Hingis takes over the top spot here;
it is clearly a quality thing: while Graf still leads with most round points (318 more than Hingis), Hingis earned much more quality points in this period (866 more than Graf);
it took only 24 weeks between entering the top10 and climbing to the top (look below)

the fastest climbers til now:
Sandra Reynolds needed only 12 weeks!
Maria Bueno needed 20 weeks
Margaret Smith needed 31 weeks
(all 3 did it within a calendar year - when substracting today's off-season weeks Hingis did it in 19 weeks)



April 7: an exquisite field in Hilton Head this year! without Graf all other top10 competing, this tournament had such a field only once before in 1975;
the value of 65 % for the whole field (46 top100 players) is only bettered by the 1983 edition when 51 of the 56 players where ranked top100

April 14: a rare thing happened in Amelia Island: finalist Mary Pierce earned more points (497) than winner Davenport (491) because of quality (Piece had to defeat 3 higher seeds enroute)

May 5: 15YO Marjana Lucic qualifies for MD at the Bol tournament and wins the title thereafter, she jumps 300 positions to #148

May 12: Patty Schnyder reached the SF in Rome, defeated 3 seeds enroute (55% quality), she moves up 19 spots to #39

May 26: Marjana Lucic again qualifies successful in Strasbourg and this time reached the final thereafter, she enters the top100 just with her 2nd WTA tournament





French Open



Conchita Martinez out of top10!






Wimbledon



consistent with the official WTA rankings Novotna rises into the runner-up spot, while Iva Majoli has reached a higher ranking here (WTA #4)



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that's it for now
remaining rankings postponed indefinitely ...


supplement 2019-12:
Because of the ITF-website changes in late 2019 it is much more difficult to work on these missing most recent years.
Their former standardized draw format facilitated me to take over all the draw data into my database.
 

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2003


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memories:

My first memories of a full match come from Leipzig, when Myskina wins the title over Heninthe, called "best female player in the world", after losing the 1st set.
Tennis wasn't my favourite program, found it only via switching through the channels, but the match catched my attention surprisingly.


another highlight memory: Myskina vs Henin at the SEC


Henceforth I will show a list of impressive matches watched on TV (no later watched buy-DVDs or Youtube-vids which impressed me a lot, too)
I'm sure, much more impressive matches never appeared on TV these years.

 

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memories:

the year when Mauresmo became #1 officially with disbelief and continuing criticism of reporters: saying "#1 without winning a Grand Slam" always combined until 2006.
(none of them said that about Davenport being #1 in 2004 - yes she had won some, but loooooong ago)

I watched many matches of Mauresmo playing.
Watched her winning some big tournaments like Berlin, Rome, Montreal. (She generated a lot of respect for her.)
And I also checked the official rankings week by week.
No doubt that she can be ranked #1 and coudn't understand the reporters.

I don't know what my rankings will show, when this project reaches 2004, but I would be surprised if she would not be ranked #1 too.
She was the most consistent player on tour.


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best match memories (no specific order):
SEC: Serena vs Mauresmo
Stanford final
Montreal: Myskina vs Likhovtseva + Sharapova vs Zvonareva
Rome final
USO: Mauresmo vs Dementieva + Dementieva vs Capriati + Capriati vs Serena (drama)
Moscow: Myskina d Davenport (1st ever defeat) + final
SEC: Myskina d Davenport (2nd defeat in a row with a similar score!)
Zürich: Molik (2R + SF + final) + Ivanovic vs Golovin and Venus
Wimbledon: Sprem d Venus + Sharapova d Davenport
Eastbourne: each Hantuchova match
Doha: Kuznetsova vs Henin and Myskina
Dubai: Henin vs Kuznetsova
San Diego: Myskina vs Zvonareva (not sure anymore if it was on TV that week here)
 

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memories:

That season had a lot of entertaining matches,
but was there any full week more impressive than the week of the SEC??? Not in my memory.
A fantistic week eventually found its end in a 3-hour-thriller - wow! I coudn't believe my eyes how Mauresmo hold her nerve to win this!


December 25-January 3 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Melbourne, Australia (Grass)

[...]

Chris was the first unseeded champ of either gender in Oz in 20 years. Her computer ranking coming into the Open was 111. To this day she remains the last Australian, male or female , to win her nation's singles championship.

Whatever her rank, Chris can proudly say she is a Grand Slam champion.
At that time I was sure that Alicia Molik can and will do this. I was thrilled by her QF-run although I'm not an Aussie. "Next try in 2006" I thought ... but illness destroyed all hopes too early!


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best match memories (no specific order):
Wimbledon: Myskina vs Jankovic + Myskina vs Dementieva + Venus d Sharapova and Davenport
USO: Sharapova d Petrova + Pierce d Henin + Clijsters d Sharapova and Venus
AO: Molik vs Venus and Davenport + Davenport d Dechy + Serena d Sharapova
FO: Henin d Martinez (1R) + Henin d Kuznetsova (4R)
Tokyo: Sharapova d Davenport
Miami: Clijsters d Sharapova
Indian Wells: Dementieva d Kuznetsova + Clijsters d Davenport
SEC: Pierce d Clijsters + Mauresmo d Clijsters + Pierce vs Mauresmo (twice) + final
Berlin: SF Petrova d Jankovic + final
Rome: Sharapova d Pierce + Bovina d Suarez + final
Toronto: Henin d Vaidisova
Moscow: all of Schiavone! + Safina d Sharapova!
Zürich: final
Filderstadt: Dementieva d Dechy and Clijsters + Myskina d Safina (a lot of good matches played there)
Antwerpen final
Dubai final
Amelia final
Warshaw: Kuznetsovs d Clijsters + final (a lot of good matches played there)
Stanford: Venus d Schnyder - what a bad call on matchpoint!!!
New Haven: Mauresmo d Medina-Garrigues
Beijing final
Lux: Clijsters d Schiavone
Linz: final (a lot of good matches played there)
Philadelphia: Petrova d Sucha + Mauresmo d Vaidisova


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2006



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best match memories (no specific order):

SEC: Mauresmo vs Henin (RR) + Mauresmo d Clijsters (SF)
USO: Henin d Jankovic
FO: Vaidisova vs Mauresmo and Venus and Kuznetsova
Wimbeldon: final + Mauresmo d Sharapova
AO: Henin d Sharapova + Mauresmo d Clijsters
Miami: Sharapova d Golovin + final
Indian Wells: Dementieva d Henin
Berlin: final (Petrova vs Henin again, but this time Petrova prevails!) + Mauresmo d Hingis (a lot of good matches played here)
Charleston: Schnyder d Henin
Rome: Pennetta (1R + 3R) + Venus d Jankovic + Kuznetsova vs Oprandi and Safina
San Diego: final
Montreal: Hingis d Kuznetsova
Moscow: Vaidisova d Mauresmo (again) + Petrova d Vaidisova + Dementieva d Schnyder
Zürich final
Stuttgart: Dementieva d Srebotnik (cramps) + both SFs + final
Sydney final
Antwerpen final
Doha: Hingis vs Kuznetsova and Mauresmo
Warshaw: Dementieva d Radwanska + Venus d Hingis + Chakvetadze d Ivanovic (if there is anywhere a video of Radwanska's 1st round, please let me know!)
Eastbourne: Kuznetsova d Grönefeld + both SFs + final
LA: Jankovic d Serena + final
New Haven: Davenport d Stosur
Beijing: Jankovic vs Petrova and Mauresmo
LUX: Radwanska vs Dementieva and Schiavone + Bondarenko matches
Linz: Vaidisova d Jankovic
sHertogenbosch: Krajicek d Dementieva
Hasselt Clijsters SF + final
 

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2007


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best match memories (no specific order):

almost every meeting of Henin vs Jankovic was entertaining
USO: Venus d Jankovic + Henin d both Williams sisters
AO: Sharapova d Pin + Serena d Petrova + Safarova d Mauresmo
Wimb: Bartoli d Henin
FO: Sharapova d Schnyder (drama)

Charleston: Bondarenko d Grönefeld + Hantuchova d Hingis
Amelia: Golovin d Ivanovic
Warshaw: Henin d Jankovic
Berlin: Henin d Jankovic + Ivanovic d Schnyder + final
Stuttgart: Kuznetsova d Radwanska + Henin d Jankovic
Rome: Schnyder d Serena

Dubai: Henin d Paszek + Schnyder d Schiavone + Hantuchova d Kirilenko
Doha: Henin d Jankovic
Miami: Henin d Petrova
IndW: Zvonareva d Sharapova + Hantuchova matches

Eastbourne: Baltacha d Keothavong + Petrova d Bammer + final
Toronto: final
LA: Ivanovic d Jankovic

Paris: the last 3 matches
Antwerpen: final

Moscow: final + Azarenka d Sharapova
Linz: Vaidisova d Pennetta + Hantuchova d Vaidisova
SEC: final (3 hrs battle again!)

 

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2008


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best match memories (no specific order):

AO: Dellacqua d Mauresmo + Jankovic d Serena + Ivanovic d Venus and Hantuchova
FO: Safina d Sharapova + Pennetta d Venus + Jankovic d Cibulkova and Radwanska + Srebotnik d Serena + Ivanovic d Jankovic
USO: Coin d Ivanovic + final
SEC: the last 3 matches + RR Zvonareva d Ivanovic and Jankovic + Venus d Dementieva + Dementieva d Petrova

Dubai: Henin d Srebotnik + Schiavone d Henin + Dementieva d Ivanovic + SFs + final
Bangalore: Venus vs Serena (their best meeting)
Miami: Serena SF + F

Stuttgart: Jankovic d Zvonareva and Venus
Berlin (sadly the last edition): Safina d Henin and Serena back-to-back! + Dementieva d Jankovic and Ivanovic
Rome: Cornet d Chakvetadze
Eastbourne: Petrova d Na Li + final (what a tiebreak!)

Moscow: Dementieva d Petrova
LUX: Dementjeva d Wozniacki
Linz: Ivanovic d Radwanska
Zürich: all Pennetta matches at least good

 

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2009


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best match memories:

Wimb: Serena d Dementieva (nail-biting)

(no specific order):

AO: all Dokic matches + Serena d Azarenka (drama) + Serena d Kuznetsova
FO: Serena d Zakopalova + Safina d Azarenka + Kuznetsova d Serena and Stosur
Wimb (poor coverage): Lisicki d Kuznetsova + QF Lisicki

USO: still remembering the disappointing loss of Oudin to Wozniacki, damn how could she reach that round? none of Oudin's stunning earlier rounds on TV!
USO: Wozniacki d Kuznetsova + Clijsters d Venus (odd score) + Clijsters d Serena + Pennetta d Zvonareva + still the final
SEC: SF Venus d Jankovic + RR Wozniacki d Azarenka + Radwanska d Azarenka + Dementieva d Venus

Sydney: Serena d Wozniacki
Warshaw: final (remembering live-broadcast cut at start of 2nd set after 2 hrs!)
Eastbourne: Wozniacki d Wozniak + final + Makarova d Mauresmo
Stanford: final
Dubai: U Radwanska d A Radwanska (a really short match but very interesting at that time)

Rome: Safina d Venus
Toronto: final
Tokyo: Na Li d Azarenka
Miami: Wozniacki d Dementieva + SF Azarenka + final (stunning victory)
Beijing: Petrova d. Serena + Peng

 

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2010


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best match memories:

AO: Henin d Dementieva (a 2-set-battle lasted almost 3hrs!)

(no specific order):
SEC: final + RR Dementieva d Stosur
AO: Kirilenko d Sharapova + Henin d Wickmayer (would like to watch every Wickmayer round) + Serena d Azarenka + Na Li d Venus
FO: Kuznetsova d Petkovic + Stosur d Henin and Serena + Schiavone SF + final
USO: Stosur d Dementieva + Clijsters d Venus

Madrid: Rezai d Jankovic and Venus
Rome: Jankovic d Serena + Martinez-Sanchez QF,SF,final !
Eastbourne: Makarova!! + Azarenka d Clijsters
Stanford:
 

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2011


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best match memories:
(no specific order):

Eastbourne: Stosur d Zvonareva
Moscow: Cibulkova d Zvonareva + final

a year of low-level-TV-coverage, especially about the USO (none of Kerber's 6 matches shown!)
 
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