- Alicia Molik
Alicia Molik Country Australia Residence Melbourne, Australia; Perth, Australia Born 27 January 1981
Adelaide, South Australia
Height 5 ft 11.75 in (182.2 cm) Turned pro 1999 Plays Right-handed (one-handed backhand) Career prize money $3,185,805 (US$) Singles Career record 346–248 Career titles 5 (WTA) & 13 (ITF) Highest ranking No. 8 (28 February 2005) Current ranking No. 206 (16 May 2011) Grand Slam results Australian Open QF (2005) French Open 3R (1999, 2006) Wimbledon 3R (2003, 2004) US Open 3R (2001, 2003) Doubles Career record 214–174 Career titles 7 (WTA) & 9 (ITF) Highest ranking No. 6 (6 June 2005) Grand Slam Doubles results Australian Open W (2005) French Open W (2007) Wimbledon SF (2007) US Open QF (2005) Last updated on: 16 May 2011. Olympic medal record Women's Tennis Bronze Athens 2004 Singles
Alicia Molik (born 27 January 1981) is a Australian professional female tennis player. She reached a career high singles rank of number 8 and also won a bronze medal for Australia at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Molik also reached a career high doubles ranking of number 6, and won two grand slam doubles titles, at the Australian Open in 2005 and the French Open in 2007. She retired from the sport in September 2008, however, announced a comeback in 2009. Molik is currently ranked World No. 206 as of 16 May 2011.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Career
- 3 Titles (22)
- 4 Performance timelines
- 5 See also
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Molik was born in Adelaide, South Australia and currently lives in Perth. She attended Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Primary School in West Pymble, Sydney, before completing her schooling in Adelaide. She is now married to Tim Sullivan.
She won her first grand slam doubles title at the 2005 Australian Open with partner Svetlana Kuznetsova. She reached the top ten on the WTA tour for the first time in early 2005 following her first Grand Slam quarterfinal singles appearance, at the Australian Open, where she lost 9–7 in the final set to Lindsay Davenport.
2005: Rise to the Top 10
Molik began 2005 by partnering Mark Philippoussis in the Hopman Cup. She then played in the Sydney International, defeating unseeded players the entire way through the tournament before taking the title over compatriot Samantha Stosur in the final, 6–7 6–4 7–5. Molik then played in the Australian Open as the 10th seed. She defeated Anabel Medina Garrigues in the first round, Aiko Nakamura in the second round and Tatiana Panova in the third round to set up a meeting with 8th seed Venus Williams in the fourth round. Molik defeated Williams in straight sets 7–5 7–6 to become the first Australian woman to reach the Australian Open quarterfinals since 1988. Molik then played in her first ever grand slam quarterfinal against top seed Lindsay Davenport. Davenport defeated Molik in a marathon three set match, 6–4 4–6 9–7. Molik then won her first grand slam doubles title with Svetlana Kuznetsova. After the Australian Open, Molik rose into the top 10 in singles for the first time in her career, at No. 10.
Molik then played in the Proximus Diamond Games in Antwerp, making the semifinals before losing to Amélie Mauresmo 6–3 7–6. However, she defeated Mauresmo in the Tier II Qatar Total Open semifinals 7–6 6–1 to set up a meeting with second seed Maria Sharapova. Sharapova defeated Molik in the final 4–6 6–1 6–4. Molik then rose to No. 8 after the tournament.
As the 7th seed at the Tier I Indian Wells tournament, Molik made the fourth round before losing to a returning Justine Henin 6–4 2–6 6–2. This was the second last time in 2005 that Molik won past the first round at a tournament.
After crashing out of the tournament in Amelia Island, to Virginie Razzano 6–4 6–4, Molik took an extended break due to an inner ear infection, which caused her to miss the entire clay court season including the French Open. Molik returned at the grass court season in Birmingham, however, lost in the second round after a first round bye to Laura Granville 6–4 6–2. Molik then took another long break, missing Wimbledon, due to the ear infection.
She then played only one lead in tournament for the US Open, losing in the first round to Gisela Dulko 6–2 6–4. Seeded 14th at the US Open, she lost in the first round to Shenay Perry 6–4 6–4. Molik then won her last match of 2005 at the tournament in Bali as the third seed, making the second round before losing to Alyona Bondarenko of Ukraine 6–4 6–2. Molik then lost in the first round in her last four tournaments of the year, Beijing, Filderstadt, Moscow and Zurich. Molik finished the year ranked 29th, with a 17–14 record.
In late 2005, Molik was diagnosed with vestibular neuronitis, an inner-ear condition caused by a virus that affected her balance, vision and energy level. In October 2005, she announced that she would be taking an extended break through the 2006 season in order to recover. However, her recovery appears to have been faster than expected, and in April 2006 it was announced that Molik would be part of the team for Australia's Fed Cup group matches later that month. However, Australian Davis Cup Captain, David Taylor announced that Molik would not be selected as of lack of match play and rustiness. Instead, rookie Casey Dellacqua took her place.
2006: Return from Illness
Molik made her return from the ear infection at the Italian Open in 2006, losing in the first round to Katarina Srebotnik 6–2 6–0, and then lost to Austrian Tamira Paszek 5–7 6–4 6–4 in the first round in Istanbul. Molik then won her first match since returning at the French Open of 2006, reaching the third round after defeating two relative unknowns and then losing to 4th seeded Maria Sharapova 6–0 7–5.
Molik then played a The Championships, Wimbledon warm up in the Netherlands, losing in the first round to 5th Seed Ana Ivanović 6–1 3–6 6–2. At Wimbledon in 2006, she reached the second round by defeating Yung-Jan Chan 7–6 6–1, but then lost again to 21st seed Katarina Srebotnik, 6–2 6–1.
Molik then lost in the first round of Stockholm, Montreal and New Haven. She had high hopes for the 2006 US Open, but was shocked 6–3, 6–2 in the first round by the 17-year old Vania King. She gained revenge over King in the first round of the Guangzhou Open, reaching the quarterfinals after also scoring an upset victory over a top 50 player Lourdes Domínguez Lino and then lost to 1st seed Jelena Janković 6–3 7–5. After these wins she broke back into the top 200 at 179 and then played in Tokyo where she defeated Jelena Kostanić 7–5 6–3, before losing in the second round to Jamea Jackson 6–3 6–1. Molik then suffered first round defeats in Bangkok, losing again to Vania King 6–1 7–5, and Zürich, losing to Shahar Pe'er 6–1 6–2. Molik then finished the year by losing in the first round of qualifying at the Generali Ladies Linz, 3–6 7–5 6–4 to Yaroslava Shvedova.
2007: Comeback Gains Momentum
Molik won a wildcard into the 2007 Australian Open by winning the Australian Open Wildcard Play-offs, where she defeated 16 year old Australian Jessica Moore in the final 6–4 6–4. In preparation for the Australian Open, Molik competed in the 2007 Hopman Cup in Perth and scored victories over world No. 6 Nadia Petrova, and Ashley Harkleroad. Molik's final Australian Open warm up tournament was the Moorilla Hobart International were she reached the quarterfinals, beating two higher ranked opponents on her way before losing to doubles partner Sania Mirza. Molik also reached the doubles quarterfinals in Hobart with Mirza, before losing a close match to the number two seeds.
During the Australian Open 2007, Alicia Molik won through her first and second round matches against rising Chinese Taipei's Yung-Jan Chan 6–2 7–6, and Estonian Kaia Kanepi 1–6 6–3 6–2, before losing a 3-setter against the eighth seed Patty Schnyder of Switzerland, 3–6 6–2 6–0. With her impressive 3rd round performance, Molik improved her then-141 ranking to inside the top 100, the first time since withdrawing from numerous tournaments due to that ear infection.
After the Australian Open, Molik reached the second round in Pattya, Bangalore, Dubai and Doha, before playing in Indian Wells, where she reached the third round, losing to 10th seed Ana Ivanović 6–2 6–1. Molik then had three consecutive first round losses, in Miami, Amelia Island and Charleston. She then finally won a match in the clay season, in Strasbourg, before losing to Anabel Medina Garrigues. Molik then competed in the 2007 French Open, losing in the 1st round to 9th seed Anna Chakvetadze 6–2 6–3. However, Molik teamed with Mara Santangelo to win her second Grand Slam doubles title at the French Open.
Molik then played in two Wimbledon warm up tournaments, reaching the second round in Birmingham, however, lost in the first round in Eastbourne to Melanie South 1–6 6–3 7–6. Molik was able to rebound, and easily won her first round match at Wimbledon, defeating Russia's Anastasia Rodionova 6–3 6–2, before losing in the second round to Serena Williams 7–6 6–3. Molik and Santangelo, the sixth seeds in the doubles tournament, made it to the semifinals before losing to eventual champions Cara Black and Liezel Huber. Also competing in the mixed doubles, Molik and partner Jonas Björkman made the final, before losing to Jelena Janković and Jamie Murray.
Molik then lost in the first round of two US Open lead-in tournaments, in Forest Hills and New Haven, before then falling in the first round at the US Open to Katarina Srebotnik. After the Open, Molik then reached the quarterfinals in Guangzhou, losing to Dominika Cibulková, and at the Japan Open in Tokyo, losing to Venus Williams 7–6 6–3. Losses followed in the first round of the Kremlin Cup, and in qualifying at Zurich, before Molik then qualified for the Generali Ladies Linz, reaching the main draw second round before losing to 6th seed Patty Schnyder 6–4 6–4.
Molik finished the year ranked 60 in the world, with a 25–24 singles record.
2008 and retirement
In 2008, Alicia Molik entered the Perth Hopman Cup where she defeated Lucie Šafářová 7–5 6–2 in the first round of the Round Robin competition, before losing to Sania Mirza and Serena Williams in ties involving India and the United States respectively. Her second competition of 2008 was the Medibank International where she again faced Šafářová, Šafářová winning 7–6 7–6. Molik won her opening round at the 2008 Australian Open against Estonia's Kaia Kanepi, before falling to 18 year-old Czech sensation Nicole Vaidišová, 2–6 3–6.
Molik's singles ranking continued to drop due to an elbow problem. Molik lost in the first round of singles qualifying at the French Open and Wimbledon in 2008, and did not win a main-draw match after January 2008. Molik has enjoyed erratic results in doubles, where she partnered Tiantian Sun and defeated Cara Black and Liezel Huber who were the number 1 seeds at the tournament in Sydney. She partnered Mara Santangelo at Wimbledon and the French Open, but fell in the first round of competition. Molik received a wildcard into the 2008 Beijing Olympics which she stated was "the best news I've had since 2004." Representing Australia alongside fellow countrywomen Samantha Stosur and Casey Dellacqua, Molik was ousted in the first round by Spanish María José Martínez Sánchez 6–2, 6–2.
On 5 September, Molik announced her retirement from professional tennis after experiencing nagging leg and elbow problems.
She then started working for half a year as a commentator until she announced her comeback.
2009: Out of retirement
On 30 July 2009, Molik announced that she planned to embark on a comeback to tour tennis, claiming to be free of injury. Her first comeback tournament was in the 2009 New Haven doubles event. Molik entered the Women's Doubles at the 2009 Pilot Pen Tennis event as a wildcard with American Meghann Shaughnessy, losing to the Spanish duo of María José Martínez Sánchez and Nuria Llagostera Vives.
In September 2009, Molik entered a $25,000 ITF tournament in Darwin, which she ended up winning in both singles and doubles.
Molik won her doubles with compatriot Casey Dellacqua who is also on a comeback and Molik won her singles over rising star Monika Wejnert 3–6, 6–3, 6–1, and then backed up with a win at the bendigo ITF event. She then won another ITF event in Mildura, and reached the semi-finals of another ITF in Perth. She then made it through to the Australian Open wildcard playoff quarterfinals after winning 3 out of 3 of her round robin matches, however suffered a shock loss to teenager Jessica Moore.
2010: Comeback at Tour Level
After great success during the last 3 months of the 2009 season in ITF tournaments, Molik started 2010 ranked back inside the top 200.
Molik started her 2010 campaign at the Brisbane International. She defeated Ekaterina Makarova in the first round 6–4 1–6 6–4. In the second round, Molik was made to rethink about her comeback in the WTA Tour, losing to eventual champion Kim Clijsters 6–0 6–3. After the disappointing loss, she travelled to Hobart to play the Moorilla International. In her first round match, she defeated her former doubles partner Sania Mirza in three sets 6–4 2–6 6–3. But just like her results at Brisbane, she lost in a much more tighter second round 7–6 3–6 6–3 to Carla Suárez Navarro. With needing more matches under her belt, she decided to play with compatriot Jelena Dokić in the Doubles Event at the same tournament. However, they lost in a very tight first round match 7–6 6–7 10–2.
Molik then played in Australia's Fed Cup World Group II tie against Spain, however, she lost heavily in the reverse singles to Carla Suárez Navarro 6–1 6–1. Molik then played in the Dubai Tennis Championships, where she defeated Australian Open semifinalist and 16th seed Zheng Jie 6–3 4–6 6–2 in the first round and then lost to fellow qualifier Anna-Lena Grönefeld 6–4 6–4. She then lost in the first round of the Malaysian Open to Alisa Kleybanova 6–1 6–4.
Molik then accepted a wild card into the Premier Mandatory event at Indian Wells. In the first round she defeated Tatjana Malek 6–3 6–1, and then pulled off an upset by defeating the 29th seed Anabel Medina Garrigues 6–4 5–7 7–6. Molik played Elena Baltacha in the 3rd round, she dominated the match with a 6–0, 6–2 victory. She lost to Zheng Jie in the 4th round, In her first round to Miami Molik defeated Ashley Harkleroad in her comeback match 6–1 6–1 in 45 minutes. In doubles, Molik has partnered with the 2009 Sony Ericsson doubles champion Svetlana Kuznetsova. Molik lost in the 1st round of 2010 French Open to Janković 6–0 6–4.
Singles wins (5)
Legend Grand Slam (0) WTA Championships (0) Tier I (1) Tier II (1) Tier III (1) Tier IV & V (2) No. Date Tournament Surface Opponent in the final Score 1. 12 January 2003 Hobart, Australia Hard Amy Frazier 6–2, 4–6, 6–4 2. 8 August 2004 Stockholm, Sweden Hard Tatiana Perebiynis 6–1, 6–1 3. 24 October 2004 Zürich, Switzerland Hard (i) Maria Sharapova 4–6, 6–2, 6–3 4. 31 October 2004 Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Hard (i) Dinara Safina 6–3, 6–4 5. 15 January 2005 Sydney, Australia Hard Samantha Stosur 6–7(5), 6–4, 7–5
Singles finalist (4)
- 2003: Sarasota (lost to Anastasia Myskina)
- 2003: Budapest (lost to Magüi Serna)
- 2004: Vienna (lost to Anna Smashnova)
- 2005: Doha (lost to Maria Sharapova)
- Wins (7)
Legend Grand Slam tournaments (2) Year-End Championships (0) Tier I (1) Tier II (3) Tier III (0) Tier IV & V (1) No. Date Tournament Surface Partner Opponent in the final Score in the final 1. 14 June 2004 Eastbourne, UK Grass Magüi Serna Svetlana Kuznetsova
6–4, 6–4 2. 2 August 2004 Stockholm, Sweden Hard Barbara Schett Emmanuelle Gagliardi
6–3, 6–3 3. 1 November 2004 Philadelphia, USA Hard Lisa Raymond Liezel Huber
7–5, 6–4 4. 17 January 2005 Australian Open, Melbourne, Australia Hard Svetlana Kuznetsova Lindsay Davenport
6–3, 6–4 5. 21 February 2005 Doha, Qatar Hard Francesca Schiavone Cara Black
6–3, 6–4 6. 21 March 2005 Miami, USA Hard Svetlana Kuznetsova Lisa Raymond
7–5, 6–7(5), 6–2 7. 28 May 2007 French Open, Paris, France Clay Mara Santangelo Katarina Srebotnik
To prevent confusion and double counting, information in this table is updated only once a tournament or the player's participation in the tournament has concluded.
Tournament 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Career W/L Grand Slams Australian Open 1R 3R 1R 1R 1R 4R QF A 3R 2R A 1R 2R 13–11 French Open 3R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R A 3R 1R A A 1R A 4–9 Wimbledon 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R 3R A 2R 2R A A 2R A 9–9 US Open 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R A A 1R 7–10 Grand Slam Win-Loss 2–4 4–4 3–4 1–4 4–4 6–4 4–2 3–3 3–4 1–1 0–0 1–4 37–39 Year-End Championship WTA Tour Championships A A A A A A A A A A A 0–0 Olympic Games Summer Olympics NH NH NH NH SF-B NH NH NH 1R NH NH 0–0 Career Statistics Year End Ranking 94 115 47 100 35 13 29 163 58 311 308 110
To prevent confusion and double counting, information in this table is updated only once a tournament or the player's participation in the tournament has concluded.
Tournament 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Career W/L Grand Slams Australian Open 3R 1R 2R 2R 3R A A W A 1R 3R 13–7 French Open A 2R 1R 1R 3R QF 1R A 1R W 1R 14–8 Wimbledon A 3R 3R 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R A SF 11–7 US Open A 2R 1R 3R 1R 1R 1R QF A 3R 9–8 Grand Slam Win-Loss 0–1 4–4 3–4 3–4 4–4 5–3 1–3 11–1 0–1 14–3 2–2 47–30
- ^ "Molik puts down Stosur in Sydney". BBC News. 15 January 2005. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/tennis/4176777.stm. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
- ^ "Molik brings Venus down to earth". BBC News. 24 January 2005. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/low/tennis/4201673.stm. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
- ^ "Dream dashed, Molik calls for electronic aids". The Sydney Morning Herald. 27 January 2005. http://www.smh.com.au/news/Tennis/Dream-dashed-Molik-calls-for-electronic-aids/2005/01/27/1106415672101.html.
- ^ "Mauresmo ends Molik's run". The Age (Melbourne). 20 February 2005. http://www.theage.com.au/news/Tennis/Mauresmo-ends-Moliks-run/2005/02/20/1108834638130.html.
- ^ "Sharapova to meet Molik in Qatar final". The Sydney Morning Herald. 26 February 2005. http://www.smh.com.au/news/Tennis/Sharapova-to-meet-Molik-in-Qatar-final/2005/02/26/1109180143589.html.
- ^ "Ear infection stalls Molik". The Age (Melbourne). 14 April 2005. http://www.theage.com.au/news/Tennis/Ear-infection-stalls-Molik/2005/04/13/1113251684645.html.
- ^ Molik comeback doesn't last long in Bali. ESPN. (15 September 2005). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Alicia Molik's Run Of Ill Health Continues Theage.com.au, 20 October 2005
- ^ "Molik left out of Fed Cup but confident of comeback". The Age (Melbourne). 19 April 2006. http://www.theage.com.au/news/tennis/molik-left-out-of-fed-cup-but-confident-of-comeback/2006/04/18/1145344083533.html.
- ^ a b Alicia Molik. Sonyericssonwtatour.com. Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Scud, Molik reach Wimbledon second round. Australian Broadcast Corporation. (28 June 2006). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Alicia Molik 2006. Wta96.com. Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Molik fades to bow out of Aussie Open. Highbeam.com (20 January 2007). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Stosur, Molik win at Indian Wells. Highbeam.com (11 March 2007). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ "Double delight for Molik". The Sydney Morning Herald. 10 June 2007. http://www.smh.com.au/news/tennis/double-delight-for-molik/2007/06/09/1181089386601.html.
- ^ "Williams overpowers Molik". The Age (Melbourne). 28 June 2007. http://www.theage.com.au/news/tennis/williams-overpowers-molik/2007/06/28/1182624001809.html.
- ^ Alicia Molik loses to Venus Williams. Adelaidenow.com.au (3 October 2007). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Alicia Molik crashes out of Generali Ladies tournament. Herald Sun (Australia) (27 October 2007). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Molik Announced Shock Retirement ABC News, 5 September 2008
- ^ Stevens, Mark (31 July 2009). "Alicia Molik set for tennis comeback". Sunday Mail. http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,25860068-12428,00.html. Retrieved 4 June 2010.
- ^ Alicia Molik to return to tournament tennis. The Australian (21 August 2009). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- ^ Bartoli, Schiavone among first-round winners in Dubai. Tsn.ca. Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
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- ^ Molik powers past Malek. Foxsports.com.au (11 March 2010). Retrieved on 3 July 2011.
- Alicia Molik at the Women's Tennis Association
- Alicia Molik at the International Tennis Federation
- Alicia Molik at the Fed Cup
Australian Open girls’ doubles champions
1969 Pat Edwards / Evonne Goolagong • 1970 Janet Fallis / Janet Young • 1971 Pat Edwards / Janice Whyte • 1972 Sally Irvine / Pam Whytcross • 1973 Jenny Dimond / Dianne Fromholtz • 1974 Nerida Gregory / Julia Hanrahan • 1975 Diane Evers / Nerida Gregory • 1976 Jan Morton / Jan Wilton • 1977 (Jan) Keryn Pratt / Amanda Tobin • 1977 (Dec) Keryn Pratt / Amanda Tobin • 1978 Debbie Freeman / Kathy Mantle • 1979 Linda Cassell / Sue Leo • 1980 Anne Minter / Miranda Yates • 1981 Maree Booth / Sharon Hodgkin • 1982 Annette Gulley / Kim Staunton • 1983 Bernadette Randall / Kim Staunton • 1984 Louise Field / Larisa Savchenko • 1985 Jenny Byrne / Janine Thompson • 1987 Ann Devries / Nicole Provis • 1988 Jo-Anne Faull / Rachel McQuillan • 1989 Andrea Strnadová / Eva Sviglerova • 1990 Rona Mayer / Limor Zaltz • 1991 Karina Habšudová / Barbara Rittner • 1992 Lindsay Davenport / Nicole London • 1993 Joana Manta / Ludmila Richterova • 1994 Corina Morariu / Ludmila Varmuzova • 1995 Corina Morariu / Ludmila Varmuzova • 1996 Michaela Paštiková / Jitka Schonfeldova • 1997 Mirjana Lučić / Jasmin Wöhr • 1998 Evie Dominikovic / Alicia Molik • 1999 Eleni Daniilidou / Virginie Razzano • 2000 Anikó Kapros / Christina Wheeler • 2001 Petra Cetkovská / Barbora Strýcová • 2002 Gisela Dulko / Angelique Widjaja • 2003 Casey Dellacqua / Adriana Szili • 2004 Yung-Jan Chan / Sheng-Nan Sun • 2005 Victoria Azarenka / Marina Erakovic • 2006 Sharon Fichman / Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova • 2007 Yevgeniya Rodina / Arina Rodionova • 2008 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova / Ksenia Lykina • 2009 Christina McHale / Ajla Tomljanović • 2010 Jana Čepelová / Chantal Škamlová • 2011 An-Sophie Mestach / Demi Schuurs
French Open women's doubles champions
(1968) Françoise Durr / Ann Haydon-Jones • (1969) Françoise Durr / Ann Haydon-Jones • (1970) Gail Chanfreau / Françoise Durr • (1971) Gail Chanfreau / Françoise Durr • (1972) Billie Jean King / Betty Stöve • (1973) Margaret Court / Virginia Wade • (1974) Chris Evert / Olga Morozova • (1975) Chris Evert / Martina Navrátilová • (1976) Fiorella Bonicelli / Gail Chanfreau • (1977) Regina Maršíková / Pam Teeguarden • (1978) Mima Jaušovec / Virginia Ruzici • (1979) Betty Stöve / Wendy Turnbull • (1980) Kathy Jordan / Anne Smith • (1981) Rosalyn Fairbank Nideffer / Tanya Harford • (1982) Martina Navrátilová / Anne Smith • (1983) Rosalyn Fairbank Nideffer / Candy Reynolds • (1984) Martina Navrátilová / Pam Shriver • (1985) Martina Navrátilová / Pam Shriver • (1986) Martina Navrátilová / Andrea Temesvári • (1987) Martina Navrátilová / Pam Shriver • (1988) Martina Navrátilová / Pam Shriver • (1989) Larisa Savchenko Neiland / Natalia Zvereva • (1990) Jana Novotná / Helena Suková • (1991) Gigi Fernández / Jana Novotná • (1992) Gigi Fernández / Natalia Zvereva • (1993) Gigi Fernández / Natalia Zvereva • (1994) Gigi Fernández / Natalia Zvereva • (1995) Gigi Fernández / Natalia Zvereva • (1996) Lindsay Davenport / Mary Joe Fernandez • (1997) Gigi Fernández / Natalia Zvereva • (1998) Martina Hingis / Jana Novotná • (1999) Serena Williams / Venus Williams • (2000) Martina Hingis / Mary Pierce • (2001) Virginia Ruano Pascual / Paola Suárez • (2002) Virginia Ruano Pascual / Paola Suárez • (2003) Kim Clijsters / Ai Sugiyama • (2004) Virginia Ruano Pascual / Paola Suárez • (2005) Virginia Ruano Pascual / Paola Suárez • (2006) Lisa Raymond / Samantha Stosur • (2007) Alicia Molik / Mara Santangelo • (2008) Anabel Medina Garrigues / Virginia Ruano Pascual • (2009) Anabel Medina Garrigues / Virginia Ruano Pascual • (2010) Serena Williams / Venus Williams • (2011) Andrea Hlaváčková / Lucie Hradecká
Women's Tennis Association: Top ten Australian female singles tennis players, as of September 19, 2011.
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