1995 WTA Tour - Statistical Information

Statistical Information

List of players and titles won, last name alphabetically:

  • Steffi Graf - Paris, Delray Beach, Miami, Houston, French Open, Wimbledon, US Open, Philadelphia, WTA Tour Championships (9)
  • Conchita Martínez - Hilton Head, Amelia Island, Hamburg, Rome, San Diego, Manhattan Beach (6)
  • Magdalena Maleeva - Chicago, Moscow, Oakland (3)
  • Mary Joe Fernandez - Indian Wells, Brighton (2)
  • Iva Majoli - Zurich, Filderstadt (2)
  • Barbara Paulus - Warsaw, Pattaya City (2)
  • Mary Pierce - Australian Open, Tokyo (Tier II) (2)
  • Arantxa Sánchez Vicario - Barcelona, Berlin (2)
  • Brenda Schultz-McCarthy - Oklahoma City, Quebec City (2)
  • Linda Wild - Nagoya, Beijing (2)
  • Sabine Appelmans - Zagreb (1)
  • Nicole Bradtke - Auckland (1)
  • Kimiko Date - Tokyo (Tier I) (1)
  • Lindsay Davenport - Strasbourg (1)
  • Amy Frazier - Tokyo (Tier III) (1)
  • Zina Garrison-Jackson - Birmingham (1)
  • Sabine Hack - Jakarta (1)
  • Julie Halard - Prague (1)
  • Anke Huber - Leipzig (1)
  • Joannette Kruger - San Juan (1)
  • Leila Meskhi - Hobart (1)
  • Jana Novotná - Linz (1)
  • Ludmila Richterová - Bournemouth (1)
  • Gabriela Sabatini - Sydney (1)
  • Monica Seles - Toronto (1)
  • Irina Spîrlea - Palermo (1)
  • Nathalie Tauziat - Eastbourne (1)
  • Shi-Ting Wang - Surabaya (1)
  • Judith Wiesner - Styria (1)

The following players won their first title:

  • Joannette Kruger - San Juan
  • Ludmila Richterová - Bournemouth
  • Iva Majoli - Zurich

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