2004 WTA Tour - Statistics

Statistics

List of players and titles won, last name alphabetically:

  • Lindsay Davenport - Tokyo Pan Pacific, Amelia Island, Stanford, Los Angeles, San Diego, Cincinnati and Filderstadt (7)
  • Justine Henin-Hardenne - Sydney, Australian Open, Dubai, Indian Wells and Athens Olympics (5)
  • Amélie Mauresmo - Berlin, Rome, Montreal, Linz and Philadelphia (5)
  • Maria Sharapova - Birmingham, Wimbledon, Seoul, Tokyo and WTA Tour Championships (5)
  • Svetlana Kuznetsova - Eastbourne, U.S. Open and Bali (3)
  • Alicia Molik - Stockholm, Zurich and Luxembourg (3)
  • Anastasia Myskina - Doha, French Open and Moscow (3)
  • Kim Clijsters - Paris and Antwerp (2)
  • Émilie Loit - Casablanca and Estoril (2)
  • Nicole Vaidišová - Vancouver and Tashkent (2)
  • Serena Williams - Miami and Beijing (2)
  • Venus Williams - Charleston and Warsaw (2)
  • Jelena Janković - Budapest (1)
  • Iveta Benešová - Acapulco (1)
  • Elena Bovina - New Haven (1)
  • Eleni Daniilidou - Auckland (1)
  • Elena Dementieva - Hasselt (1)
  • Amy Frazier - Hobart (1)
  • Li Na - Guangzhou (1)
  • Elena Likhovtseva - Forest Hills (1)
  • Anabel Medina Garrigues - Palermo (1)
  • Flavia Pennetta - Sopot (1)
  • Mary Pierce - 's-Hertogenbosch (1)
  • Nicole Pratt - Hyderabad (1)
  • Claudine Schaul - Strasbourg (1)
  • Anna Smashnova-Pistolesi - Vienna (1)
  • Paola Suárez - Canberra (1)
  • Martina Suchá - Quebec City (1)
  • Ai Sugiyama - Gold Coast (1)
  • Fabiola Zuluaga - Bogotá (1)
  • Vera Zvonareva - Memphis (1)

The following players won their first title:

  • Nicole Pratt - Hyderabad
  • Iveta Benešová - Acapulco
  • Émilie Loit - Casablanca
  • Jelena Janković - Budapest
  • Claudine Schaul - Strasbourg
  • Flavia Pennetta - Sopot
  • Nicole Vaidišová - Vancouver
  • Li Na - Guangzhou

Titles won by nation:

  • Russia - 15 (Memphis, Doha, French Open, Birmingham, Eastbourne, Wimbledon, New Haven, Forest Hills, U.S. Open, Bali, Hasselt, Seoul, Tokyo, Moscow and WTA Tour Championships)
  • United States - 12 (Hobart, Tokyo Pan Pacific, Miami, Amelia Island, Charleston, Warsaw, Stanford, Los Angeles, San Diego, Cincinnati, Beijing and Filderstadt)
  • France - 8 (Casablanca, Estoril, Berlin, Rome, 's-Hertogenbosch, Montreal, Linz and Philadelphia)
  • Belgium - 7 (Sydney, Australian Open, Paris, Antwerp, Dubai, Indian Wells and Athens Olympics)
  • Australia - 4 (Hyderabad, Stockholm, Zurich and Luxembourg)
  • Czech Republic - 3 (Acapulco, Vancouver and Tashkent)
  • Argentina - 1 (Canberra)
  • China - 1 (Guangzhou)
  • Colombia - 1 (Bogotá)
  • Greece - 1 (Auckland)
  • Israel - 1 (Vienna)
  • Italy - 1 (Sopot)
  • Japan - 1 (Gold Coast)
  • Luxembourg - 1 (Strasbourg)
  • Serbia and Montenegro - 1 (Budapest)
  • Slovakia - 1 (Quebec City)
  • Spain - 1 (Palermo)

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