GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Womens Grand Slam Titles Won Statistics

On average, women tennis players have won approximately 17 Grand Slam titles per year across all four major tournaments.

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"As of 2021, Margaret Court holds multiple records for Women's Grand Slam wins: single titles (24), mixed doubles titles (19), and total titles (64)."

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"Serena Williams holds the record for the most Women's Grand Slam wins in the Open Era, with 23 titles."

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"Steffi Graf is the only tennis player (male or female) to have won each Grand Slam event at least four times."

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"Martina Navratilova holds the record for the most Women's Doubles Grand Slam titles, with 31."

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"The Williams sisters (Serena and Venus) have won 14 Grand Slam doubles titles together."

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"Helen Wills Moody won 19 Grand Slam singles titles from 1923-1938."

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"Martina Navratilova has the most titles in Wimbledon history, with 9."

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"Chris Evert holds the record for the most consecutive years winning at least one Grand Slam title. She won at least one title for 13 consecutive years, from 1974 through 1986."

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"The youngest woman to win a Grand Slam title in the Open Era is Martina Hingis at 16 years and 117 days old."

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"The oldest woman to win a Grand Slam title in the Open Era is Serena Williams at 35 years and 125 days old."

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"The most number of Women's Grand Slam titles won by a mother is 3, by Margaret Court."

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"The longest Women's Grand Slam final match was in 2012 Australian Open between Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova, which lasted 2 hours and 42 minutes."

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"Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver hold the record for the most consecutive women's doubles titles in Grand Slam events, with 8."

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"The longest gap between Women's Grand Slam wins is 12 years by Serena Williams, from the 1999 US Open to the 2012 Wimbledon Championships."

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"Angelique Kerber is the first German woman to win the Wimbledon Singles title since Steffi Graf in 1996."

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"Monica Seles won 8 Grand Slam titles before her 20th birthday."

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"Only 6 women have won all 4 Grand Slam events in a calendar year (Maureen Connolly Brinker, Margaret Court, Steffi Graf) or in a non-calendar year (Martina Navratilova, Serena Williams)."

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"Only one woman, Evonne Goolagong Cawley, has won a Grand Slam title after becoming a mother in the open era."

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"Hilde Sperling holds the record for the highest number of consecutive singles titles at one Grand Slam tournament, with 3 at the French Championships (1935–1937)."

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"Graf, Seles, and Hingis are the only players to win three Grand Slam singles titles in one year on three different surfaces."

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