WTA may refer to:

  • War of the Triple Alliance, also known as the Paraguayan War, a war between Paraguay and the allied Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay
  • Washington Trails Association
  • Waskahegan Trail Association, the management board for the Waskahegan Trail
  • Water Transit Authority, former name of the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority
  • Werewolf: The Apocalypse, a role-playing game by White Wolf Publishing
  • Whatcom Transportation Authority, a bus agency in Washington State, USA
  • Wichita Terminal Association, a railroad
  • Wilco (The Album), an album by Wilco
  • Willingness to accept
  • Winner takes all
  • Women's Tennis Association
  • World Trampolining Association, Founded in 1866 following the founding of the Amateur Athletics Association in 1864
  • World Transhumanist Association, former name of Humanity+
  • Ward Traditional Academy, an Elementary School of Arizona

Other articles related to "wta":

Mariana Simionescu
... She played on the WTA Tour from 1973 to 1980 ... She won one WTA tour singes title at the Tokyo Outdoors in 1980 ... was reaching the 4th round at Wimbledon in 1977 and she was ranked as high as 7 by the WTA ...
Spain Fed Cup Team - Current Team
... María José Martínez Sánchez (WTA Singles #161, WTA Doubles #15) Carla Suárez Navarro (WTA Singles Singles #34, WTA Doubles 132) Anabel Medina ...
Stephanie Rehe - Career
... years and one month in 1982, Rehe was the youngest player to compete in a WTA Tour event ... became the youngest player to be ranked on the WTA computer, coming on at 13 years and two months in January, two months younger than Steffi Graf ... In 1986, she received the WTA Most Impressive Newcomer Award and was voted Tennis Magazine Rookie of the Year ...
Laura Robson
... As of 8 April 2013, Robson had a career high rank on the WTA singles tour of 39 ... woman since Jo Durie, in 1990, to reach a WTA main-tour final ... She was named WTA Newcomer of the Year for 2012 ...