Chris Evert Lloyd
Williams 4 Billie Jean King, Louis Brough Clapp 3 Chris Evert Lloyd , Maureen Connolly, Maria Bueno, Margaret Court ..... POST-WAR) 24 Margaret Court 22 Steffi Graf 18 Chris Evert Lloyd , Martina Navratilova 12 Billie Jean King 10 Serena
6. U.S . Open , French Open , Australian Open and Wimbledon . 7. "Match Point." 8. Billy Jean King. 9. Chris Evert Lloyd . 10. Steffi Graff ( 377 weeks throughout her career).
Past Grand Slam Tournament Champions - U.S. Open
Jimmy Connors Martina Navratilova 1982 Jimmy Connors Chris Evert Lloyd 1981 John McEnroe Tracy Austin 1980 John McEnroe Chris Evert Lloyd 1979 John McEnroe Tracy Austin 1978 Jimmy Connors
Past Grand Slam Tournament Champions - Wimbledon
Navratilova 1981 John McEnroe Chris Evert Lloyd 1980 Bjorn Borg Evonne Goolagong ..... Virginia Wade 1976 Bjorn Borg Chris Evert 1975 Arthur Ashe Billie Jean King 1974 Jimmy Connors Chris Evert 1973 Jan Kodes Billie Jean King
Past Grand Slam Tournament Champions - Australian Open
Stefan Edberg Martina Navratilova 1984 Mats Wilander Chris Evert Lloyd 1983 Mats Wilander Martina Navratilova 1982 Johan Kriek Chris Evert Lloyd 1981 Johan Kriek Martina Navratilova 1980 Brian Teacher
WTA Championships: the essentials
from 1983 to 1986 and reaching the quarterfinals in 1987. The second-longest win streaks in tournament history went to Chris Evert and Monica Seles, who each won 12 matches in a row. Williams enters this year's tournament with a 10-match winning streak
Billie Jean King celebrates 40th ahead of 70th
focuses on the professional tennis tour's start amid the women's movement and features interviews with Gloria Steinem, Chris Evert , King's doubles partner Rosie Casals and her brother Randy Moffitt, a former pitcher for the San Francisco Giants. Thanks
Serena to end year ranked No. 1
to finish at least three seasons at No. 1, alongside Steffi Graf (eight times), Martina Navratilova (seven times), Chris Evert (five times), Lindsay Davenport (four times), Justine Henin (three times) and Martina Hingis (three times).
Serena in Red Group with Kvitova
become the first player to successfully defend the title since Justine Henin in 2007. If she achieves the feat, she would tie Chris Evert for third-most WTA Championships with her fourth. ''It's a tough group. I have to be ready. That's the thing about
Serena guaranteed of No 1 year-end ranking
seventh player to finish at least three seasons at No. 1, along with de Steffi Graf (eight times), Martina Navratilova (seven), Chris Evert (five), Lindsay Davenport (four), Justine Henin (three) and Martina Hingis (three).