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Every player's most significant win against Serena Williams
2020.04.28 21:24 displacedindavisEvery player's most significant win against Serena Williams
WARNING: this is a long post. If you don't care to read, I don't blame you. I must also warn you that most of the H2H records are going to look bad. If you feel that's all you need to know, then you don't have to read. Also, if you don't like the fact that I like Serena as a tennis player, feel free not to read either. I only ask you do not leave any bad comments about any of this. For those of you who hate Serena Williams (can't blame you if you do), feel free to read this post and find a new hero to root for. I'm not ashamed to admit I'm a fan of Serena's tennis playing even if she does things I absolutely don't approve of (I sometimes wonder if being the youngest sister of 5 has in part contributed to her brash personality, sort of like Chihuahua syndrome). From a purely tennis player's perspective, I think she's pretty cool. It's weird that when you're a fan of a certain tennis player, you also tend to remember the players they lost to and develop a bit of a fascination with them as well. I can't help but feel for the countless number of tennis players that probably would've won more Grand Slams had they been in a universe without Serena. The argument that Serena's competition sucked isn't completely true; there were many great women's tennis players but Serena was just on another level so many times. I realized too late that I forgot to add the Grand Slam records on the side. Hope you can forgive me for that :-(. Do note that these records are subject to change. Some of the younger players in particular may be able to take advantage of Serena's aging. I realize that Grand Slam majors count more so they are listed separately. List is alphabetized. Without further ado, here we go:
Andreescu, Bianca (2-0): after beating Serena in the Canadian Masters, Andreescu famously got another win over Serena in the 2019 US Open finals and it was pretty convincing.
Azarenka, Victoria (4-18): Azarenka was winless in major tournaments against Serena but she did pick up a few WTA wins against her, one of the most invigorating being a come-from-behind win at the Cincinnati Masters Final, the last set of which went to tiebreak.
Bammer, Sybille (2-0): they never met in a Grand Slam tournament but Bammer has amazingly managed 2 wins in their only two matchups against Serena, more notably defeating her at the 2007 Hobart tournament in three sets.
Bartoli, Marion (1-3): although owning a losing record overall, Bartoli managed to win 1 of 2 Grand Slam matches against Serena thanks to beating her in the Fourth Round of the 2011 Wimbledon.
Bencic, Belinda (1-3): Bencic lost her only Grand Slam matchup against Serena at the 2017 Australian Open but did earn a Canadian Masters win over her two years prior after dropping the first set.
Capriati, Jennifer (7-10): the fellow American was a huge pain in the side for Serena especially in Grand Slam tournaments, and the best of her wins against her IMO was the 2001 French Open quarterfinals (it took three tries in Grand Slam matches for Serena to finally beat her and she still ended up 3-4 against Capriati in Grand Slam tournaments).
Chakvetadze, Anna (1-1): Chakvetadze got a pretty surprise win over Serena in their first matchup at the 2007 WTA Championships, but sadly got destroyed early in the rematch in the 2010 Wimbledon.
Chan, Yun-jan (1-1): although defeated in the First Round of the 2005 US Open, she made up for it by returning the favor at the 2007 Charleston tournament.
Clijsters, Kim (2-7): it's amazing these two didn't meet in more Grand Slam matchups, but in their third at the 2009 US Open semis, Clijsters finally beat Serena (and Serena threw a famous fit in that one too, just for good measure).
Cornet, Alizé (3-4): this is one of those weird "I don't know why I can't beat you" matchups for Serena; Cornet upset her in the Third Round of the 2014 Wimbledon in their only Grand Slam matchup.
Davenport, Lindsay (4-10): Davenport managed one Grand Slam win over Serena in the US Open quarters of 2000, knocking her out in 2 sets (sadly, Venus got her revenge on her in the finals).
Dementieva, Elena (5-7): Dementieva for some reason matched up really well with Serena (although was 0-3 in Grand Slam majors) and notably crushed her in the 2007 Moscow finals after dropping the first set (I kind of feel Dementieva was especially motivated to beat her because she probably still felt Serena was a cheater after the 2001 Indian Wells incident).
Elia, Silvia Farina (1-1): having never met in a single Grand Slam matchup, Elia's signature win over Serena came in the 2005 Amelia Island tournament.
Fernandez, MJ (1-0): Fernandez made fairly quick work of a young Serena in the 1999 French Open Second Round despite dropping the second set.
Graf, Steffi (1-1): old vs new, they never met in a Grand Slam tournament but Graf showed she still had it when she upended a very young Serena in their first ever matchup in the Sydney tournament (Serena would get revenge at the 1999 Indian Wells tournament finals, it's a real shame these two didn't play in the same era IMO).
Halep, Simona (2-9): one of Halep's two wins against Serena notably came the Wimbledon finals of 2019, ending her 3-game winless streak against Serena in major tournaments and giving her a second Grand Slam win.
Hantuchová, Daniela (1-9): she upset Serena in two sets at the 2006 Australian Open in the Third Round for a nice bright spot in an otherwise nightmare matchup for her.
Henin, Justine (6-8): Henin was a nightmare matchup for Serena especially in 2007 when she knocked her out of three straight quarterfinals and my favorite of those wins was her Wimbledon quarters triumph over her (Serena was just 3-4 against Henin in Grand Slam matches although did exact revenge at the 2010 Australian Open finals).
Hingis, Martina (6-7): Hingis played Williams exceptionally tough throughout their rivalry and managed a Grand Slam victory (her only one out of three such matchups) in a thrilling 2001 Australian Open quarters matchup.
Ivanovic, Ana (1-9): in the 2014 Australian Open, Ivanovic finally upended Serena in 3 sets in the Fourth Round.
Janković, Jelena (4-10): Janković took 1 of 3 Grand Slam matchups with Serena, knocking her out of the 2008 Australian Open quarterfinals.
Kenin, Sofia (1-0): the fellow American made quick work of Serena in the 2019 French Open Third Round in two sets.
Kerber, Angelique (3-6): despite the losing record, Kerber is a huge pain in the butt for Serena in Grand Slam finals, with her 2016 Australian Open win being my personal favorite of the two (Serena's only win in these matchups was in the 2016 Wimbledon finals).
Konta, Johanna (1-1): after losing to Serena in the 2017 Australian Open quarters, Konta got a bit of revenge by knocking Serena out early at the 2018 Stanford tournament.
Koukalová (then Zakopalova), Klara (1-4): while she was handily defeated in the 2009 French Open, Koukalová did manage an early 3-set win in the Marbella tournament earlier that year.
Kuznetsova, Svetlana (3-10): Kuznetsova's biggest win over Serena was in the quarters of the 2009 French Open, still her only major tournament win over her.
Kvitová, Petra (2-5): winless in her first five, including all 3 Grand Slam matchups, against Serena, Kvitová has rebounded with wins in their last two, notably the 2015 Madrid Masters in two quick sets.
Li, Na (1-11): Li beat Serena in Stuttgart in 2008 2-1 after dropping her first set 0-6, her only win against her.
Likhovtseva, Elena (1-4): in their one Grand Slam matchup, Likhovtseva crushed Serena in the Fourth Round of the 2000 Australian Open.
Lisicki, Sabine (1-3): although just one win, some people may remember it came in the 2013 Wimbledon Fourth Round as she upset Serena in 3 sets, still their only Grand Slam matchup to date.
Makarova, Ekaterina (1-5): in their first Grand Slam matchup, Makarova earned her one win against Serena in the Fourth Round of the 2012 Australian Open.
Mauresmo, Amélie (2-10): Mauresmo's biggest win against Serena came in the 2006 US Open where she upended her in three sets after losing the second one 0-6.
Monami (then van Roost), Dominique (1-1): remember when a young Serena couldn't qualify for a WTA event in Zurich thanks to players like van Roost annihilating her in two sets (Serena would crush her in the rematch at the 1998 French Open)?
Muguruza, Garbiñe (3-3): this is a matchup that I enjoy watching. Muguruza has played Serena very well throughout and undoubtedly the best win for her was in the 2016 French Open finals.
Osaka, Naomi (2-1): the biggest win is obviously going to be the infamous 2018 US Open finals (where Serena threw a fit just for good measure) where she unfortunately got booed by the US Open crowd in the ceremony (it took three tries for Serena to pick up her first win against her).
Petrova, Nadia (3-7): although winless in all Grand Slam matchups, Petrova has done decently against Serena in other WTA tournaments, including a quick 2-set win at Amelia Island in 2004.
Pierce, Mary (1-5): Pierce's only win came at Indian Wells in 2000 as Serena got absolutely crushed, a favor which Serena unfortunately returned in the 2002 French Open.
Po, Kimberly (1-1): Po defeated a young Serena in their first matchup at the 1997 Kremlin Cup (unfortunately was the very first victim of Serena's first Grand Slam run at the 1999 US Open).
Plíšková, Karolina (2-2): although even overall, Plíšková owns the clear Grand Slam match lead after defeating Serena in the 2019 Australian Open quarters (Serena's only such win came in the 2018 US Open quarters).
Razzano, Virginie (1-0): very rarely can you claim that you defeated Serena in your only ever matchup which happened at a Grand Slam tournament, but Razzano famously did so in the First Round of the 2012 French Open, still the only time to date Serena made a First Round exit at a Grand Slam major.
Ruano Pascual, Virginia (1-1): in one of Serena's very first Grand Slam matches, Ruano Pascual knocked her off in the Third Round of the 1998 US Open (Serena got revenge 11 years later at the 2009 French Open)
Rubin, Chanda (1-1): after getting knocked out in the Fourth Round at the 2002 Wimbledon, Rubin exacted some revenge by winning the rematch at the 2002 Los Angeles tournament.
Safina, Dinara (1-6): Safina's only win against Serena came in Berlin in 2008 where she came back from dropping the first set to win in 3.
Schiavone, Francesca (2-7): although winless in Grand Slam majors, Schiavone has picked up a couple WTA wins against Serena including one in the Second Round of the 2005 Rome Masters.
Schnyder, Patty (4-8): Schnyder lost her only Grand Slam match against Serena at the 2004 US Opn but gave Serena a pretty difficult time overall, notably upsetting her early on at the 2009 Rome tournament.
Seles, Monica (1-4): Seles was nearing the end of her career when Serena began rising, but she did beat her in the 2001 Los Angeles tournament and also gave her a hard time in the 1999 US Open before ultimately bowing out.
Serna, Maguï (1-4): Serna sadly lost both Grand Slam matchups against Serena but did beat her in the qualifying round of the 1997 Manhattan Beach tournament in their first ever matchup.
Sevastova, Anastasija (1-1): although her Cinderella run at the 2018 US Open was put to an abrupt end by Serena, she managed to beat her in a tournament this year as a bit of revenge.
Sharapova, Maria (2-20): Sharapova famously ousted Serena in the 2004 Wimbledon Finals at just 17 years old, sadly that wasn't a sign of good times to come for her in this matchup...
Shaughnessy, Meghann (1-2): although defeated in her only Grand Slam matchup, Shaughnessy did beat her in their first matchup at the 2002 Sydney tournament.
Spîrlea, Irina (1-3): Spîrlea managed to split Grand Slam matches with a very Serena thanks to knocking her out in the Third Round of the 1998 US Open, sort of revenge for becoming Serena's very first Grand Slam victim earlier at the 1998 Australian Open.
Srebotnik, Katarina (1-3): Srebotnik upset Serena in the 2008 French Open Second Round, which was revenge for Serena beating her in the 2001 French Open First Round.
Stephens, Sloan (1-5): Stephens upset Serena in three sets in the 2013 Australian Open quarters in their first ever Grand Slam matchup.
Stosur, Samantha (3-8): although owing a losing record overall, Stosur is a winner in the Grand Slam tournament category and the biggest of course was the 2011 US Open Finals (where Serena threw a famous fit just for good measure).
Suárez, Paola (1-0): they never met at a major tournament, but Suárez still beat her at the 2000 Amelia Island tournament early on.
Svitolina, Elina (1-5): thank goodness Olympic tennis is a thing, as Svitolina crushed Serena in 2 sets in the Fourth Round at Rio 2016, still her only win against Serena.
Tauziat, Nathalie (1-2): Tauziat finally defeated Serena for the first time in three tries at the 2000 Paris finals, however, they never met in a single Grand Slam tournament.
Testud, Sandrine (3-5): Testud beat Serena in their only Grand Slam match very early into Serena's career in the Second Round of the 1999 Australian Open.
Vicario, Arantxa Sanchez (4-3): in their only Grand Slam matchup, Vicario dispatched a young Serena at the 1998 French Open Fourth Round after dropping the first set.
Vinci, Roberta (1-4): after two failed attempts in Grand Slam majors, Vinci finally upended Serena in a 3-set thriller at the 2015 US Open semis.
Wang, Qiang (1-1): I think most people remember Wang's thrilling Third Round upset over Serena at the 2020 Australian Open, revenge for getting crushed in the 2019 US Open.
Williams, Venus (12-18): the 2008 Wimbledon finals is notable for being Venus' last major win and it must have been cool to finally be able to get a second finals win over her younger sister to accomplish that.
Wozniacki, Caroline (1-10): Wozniacki's only win against Serena came at the Miami Master's in 2012 when she handily defeated her in 2 sets.
Wozniak, Aleksandra (1-1): Wozniak actually upset Serena at the 2008 Stanford tournament but was dominated in the Fourth Round of the 2009 French Open in return.
Zvonareva, Vera (2-8): winless in Grand Slam majors against her, Zvonareva did pick up a nice win in the 2006 Cincinnati Masters in dominant fashion against Serena.
If you care to read on, here are some notable players that failed to defeat Serena in their careers (must have had at least three matchups to date):
Bacsinszky, Timea (0-3): unfortunately for Bacsinszky, she was denied a trip to her first Grand Slam finals in the 2015 French Open by Serena (she would later be denied again in 2017 at where else but the French Open).
Bedáňová, Dajá (0-3): includes Fourth Round exits in the 2001 Australian Open and the 2002 US Open.
Benešová, Iveta (0-3): includes a First Round KO punch in the 2004 French Open.
Bertens, Kiki (0-3): includes two knockouts in Grand Slam tournaments including a heartbreaking 2016 semis exit that could've seen her make her first Grand Slam final.
Bondarenko, Alona (0-3): no Grand Slam matchups, just a few WTA Tour early exits to Serena, and unfortunately...
Bondarenko, Kateryna (0-3): her sister didn't fare much better against Serena either and one of those losses was a First Round exit at the 2008 US Open (also their first matchup period).
Bouchard, Eugenie (0-3): includes an early KO at the 2019 Australian Open Second Round.
Callens, Els (0-3): all three matchups were at Grand Slam tournaments, all were in early rounds, and all ended in 2 sets.
Chládková, Denisa (0-4): includes a beating at the 2001 US Open Second Round.
Cibulková, Dominika (0-5): the very first tennis match I saw live was at the Stanford tournament (I follow this one closely because it's played in my hometown) and featured Cibulková so I have a soft spot for her, unfortunately she didn't have all that great times against Serena (includes two Grand Slam losses) and only won one set against her lifetime.
Cîrstea, Sorana (0-3): was a victim of Serena's 2013 French Open run in the Third Round.
Czink, Melinda (0-3): includes two Grand Slam matchup defeats, both in the Second Round: the 2009 US Open and the 2012 Wimbledon.
Daniilidou, Eleni (0-5): includes a Fourth Round loss in the 2003 Australian Open en route to Serena's first triumph at that event.
Dechy, Nathalie (0-5): includes getting annihilated in the Second Round of the 2002 US Open.
Dokić, Jelena (0-4): includes a tough US Open Fourth Round loss in 2000.
Errani, Sara (0-9): to add injury to insult, Serena went through Errani during her run to the 2013 and 2015 French Open, her weakest Grand Slam by a long shot (add a loss in the 2012 US Open as well).
Frazier, Amy (0-3): has lost a couple WTA tournament quarters and notably the Tokyo tournament semis in 2002.
Garcia, Caroline (0-3): includes early losses at the 2013 French Open and the 2013 Wimbledon.
Gavrilova, Daria (0-3): includes an early-round loss at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Giorgi, Camila (0-5): she was notably knocked out of the 2018 Wimbledon quarters after taking the first set against Serena, which followed a First Round Australian Open loss in 2016.
Görges, Julia (0-5): Görges probably doesn't want to see Serena in a Grand Slam tournament anymore after 4 losses in such matchups (she also hasn't won a single set against her either).
Halard-Decugis, Julie (0-4): no Grand Slam matches but has been crushed in two WTA finals, one WTA semis, and one WTA quarters.
Husárová, Janette (0-3): includes an early KO in the 2002 French Open.
Kanepi, Kaia (0-5): I feel bad for her because as Estonia's most successful female tennis player, she just kept on running into Serena in the Fourth Round of Grand Slam tournaments.
Keys, Madison (0-3): 2015 was a bad year in this matchup as Keys got knocked out of both hardcourt (Australian and US) tournaments by Serena, the former of which denied her a trip to her first Grand Slam finals (she did make the 2017 US Open Finals, however).
Kirilenko, Marina (0-8): I suppose if you spin it one way, facing Kirilenko in a Grand Slam tournament has always been bad news for Serena in the long run (Serena failed to make the finals each of the three tournaments she beat Kirilenko).
Krajicek, Michaella (0-3): includes two Grand Slam tournament losses, one at the 2007 French Open and the other at the 2011 US Open.
Larsson, Johanna (0-3): notably was knocked out of the 2016 US Open in an early round.
Lepchenko, Varvara (0-3): includes a Second Round elimination at the 2014 US Open.
Lino, Lourdes Dominguez (0-4): includes two First Round eliminations in the 2006 US Open and the 2007 Wimbledon.
Lučić-Baroni, Mirjana (0-3): was one of Serena's earliest victims all the way back in the Second Round of the 1998 Wimbledon and one of her more recent victims as well, getting denied her first Grand Slam finals berth at the 2017 Australian Open.
Maleeva, Magdalena (0-4): includes a Fourth Round crushing at the 2001 Wimbledon.
Martinez, Conchita (0-5): the one-time Wimbledon winner unfortunately had a rotten time against Serena and this includes being an unfortunate victim of Serena's first Grand Slam run at the 1999 US Open (won the first set though, gotta give her that).
Mattek-Sands, Bethanie (0-3): includes a Fourth Round loss at the 2008 Wimbledon and a Third Round loss at the 2015 US Open.
McHale, Christina (0-4): includes a hard fought but ultimately futile endeavor against Serena in the Second Round of the 2016 Wimbledon.
Morariu, Corina (0-3): the fellow American was one of Serena's first Grand Slam victims at the 1998 French Open and later suffered another defeat at the 2002 US Open.
Myskina, Anastasia (0-5): the 2004 French Open winner never got to see Serena in a Grand Slam matchup and perhaps that was a good thing...
Navarro, Carla Suárez (0-7): Serena has always defeated Navarro in two sets, and this includes their three Grand Slam matchups (including an unfortunate double bagel dismantling at the 2013 US Open quarterfinals, yikes...).
Pavlyuchenkova, Anastasia (0-6): includes three Grand Slam matchups in which Pavlyuchenkova could only win one set total.
Pe'er, Shahar (0-5): arguably Israel's best tennis player had nice runs at the 2007 Australian Open and the 2010 French Open abruptly ended by Serena, the former being the more heartbreaking of the two.
Pennetta, Flavia (0-7): in both of her quarterfinals matchups in the US Open against Serena she didn't stand much of a chance, thankfully she still won a US Open in 2015.
Petkovic, Andrea (0-5): no Grand Slam tournaments, but Serena has absolutely dominated the German in several WTA tournaments.
Pironkova, Tsvetana (0-4): includes an early First Round exit at the 2007 French Open.
Pratt, Nicole (0-5): a young Serena had convincing wins over her at the 1998 US Open and the 2000 Australian Open.
Putintseva, Yulia (0-3): had a nice run to the 2016 French Open quarters but unfortunately fell in three tough sets to Serena.
Radwanska, Agnieszka (0-10): geez, I could've sworn I saw Radwanska defeat her at least once (includes losses in all three Grand Slam matchups), and speaking of which...
Radwanska, Urszula (0-5): the Radwanska sisters must've seen Serena in their nightmares at this rate (includes losses in all two Grand Slam matchups), now I really feel bad...
Randrianfety, Dally (0-5): it's amazing Serena saw her this many times as her highest rank was 44 including at the 2002 French Open and the 2005 Australian Open.
Rodionova, Anastasia (0-3): includes a double bagel crushing in the 2011 Stanford tournament.
Sanchez, Maria Jose Martinez (0-4): includes three early round Grand Slam exits, one at the French Open and two at the US Open.
Šafářová, Lucie (0-10): I guess thankfully Šafářová only saw her in two Grand Slam matchups.
Schett, Barbara (0-3): includes a Third Round loss to Serena in the 2003 French Open.
Scheepers, Chanelle (0-3): includes getting an early shower at the 2014 Wimbledon in the Second round.
Shuai, Peng (0-3): had an early loss to Serena at the 2009 Australian Open.
Shvedova, Yaroslava (0-5): includes three Grand Slam tournament defeats, the most heartbreaking of which was in the 2012 Wimbledon tournament where her Cinderella WC-entrant run was ended in the Fourth Round in three painful sets.
Strýcová, Barbara (0-4): all losses came in Grand Slam tournaments, the worst of which was a dismantling in the 2019 Wimbledon semis which denied her a first trip to a Grand Slam final.
Sugiyama, Ai (0-4): Sugiyama couldn't get past Serena in the 2003 French Open and the 2008 US Open, both of which Serena won in the end.
Svensson (then Carlsson), Åsa (0-3): includes an early First Round exit at the 2000 Wimbledon.
Tanasugarn, Tamarine (0-6): this was in the early Serena days, and only their very first matchup at the 1997 Manhattan Beach tournament went three sets (she was an early round win for Serena for the most part).
Tatishvili, Anna (0-3): unfortunately had to face Serena in the First Round of the 2013 French Open and the 2014 Wimbledon.
Vaidišová, Nicole (0-4): includes two losses in back-to-back Australian Opens, the first of which denied Vladišová a trip to her first Grand Slam finals.
Vandeweghe, CoCo (0-3): includes an early First Round crushing defeat at the 2012 US Open.
Vesnina, Elena (0-5): includes an early US Open elimination in 2008 and a crushing loss in the 2016 Wimbledon semis that would've given her an inaugural final's berth.
Zheng, Jie (0-6): includes three Grand Slam matchups, the 2008 Wimbledon semifinals which was definitely the most heartbreaking as it denied Zheng a trip to her first Grand Slam finals.
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