Women's single players who hold No. 1 ranking in WTA history - Sports history

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Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Women's single players who hold No. 1 ranking in WTA history

Women's Singles Players who take the No.1 Tennis Ranking in WTA Tour history.





Former top-ranked women's players gather in 2013. Scroll through for a look at every No. 1 women's singles player in WTA history since the inception of computer rankings on Nov. 3, 1975.




Women's Singles Players who take the No.1 Tennis Ranking in WTA Tour history.






Steffi Graf: 377 weeks at No. 1, a record for women and men.

Martina Navratilova: 332 weeks at No. 1

Serena Williams: 319 weeks at No. 1

Chris Evert: 260 weeks at No. 1

Martina Hingis: 209 weeks at No. 1

Monica Seles: 178 weeks at No. 1

Justine Henin: 117 weeks at No. 1

Lindsay Davenport: 98 weeks at No. 1

Caroline Wozniacki: 71 weeks at No. 1


Simona Halep: 63 weeks at No. 1 through the week of Jan. 14, 2019


Victoria Azarenka: 51 weeks at No. 1

Amelie Mauresmo: 39 weeks at No. 1

Angelique Kerber: 34 weeks at No. 1

Dinara Safina: 26 weeks at No. 1

Tracy Austin: 21 weeks at No. 1

Naomi Osaka: 21 weeks at No. 1

Maria Sharapova: 21 weeks at No. 1

Kim Clijsters: 20 weeks at No. 1

Jelena Jankovic: 18 weeks at No. 1

Jennifer Capriati: 17 weeks at No. 1

Ana Ivanovic: 12 weeks at No. 1

Arantxa Sanchez Vicario: 12 weeks at No. 1

Venus Williams: 11 weeks at No. 1

Karolina Pliskova: 8 weeks at No. 1

Ashleigh Barty: 6 weeks at No. 1 through week of July 29, 2019

Garbine Muguruza: 4 weeks at No. 1

Evonne Goolagong: 2 weeks at No. 1








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