Top 10 Most Successful Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon

The Championships, Wimbledon, known as just Wimbledon in general, is one of the biggest sporting events in the world. It is the oldest tennis tournament, and also considered as the most prestigious among them. Since 1877, it has been held in Wimbledon, London, and has been named accordingly. One of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, it is played on the grass court, the only one to continue on the original surface, which is why it is called the lawn tennis.

Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon

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Many women players have been able to make a mark in this tournament with their skill and diligence. Let us take a look at the Top 10 Most Successful Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon.

Top 10 Most Successful Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon

10. Venus Williams

American tennis star Venus Williams achieved a total of 46 WTA international tennis titles which include 5 Wimbledon titles in her active career as of now. She won all of her 5 Wimbledon titles in the Open era, and is inducted in the tenth spot in our list of top 10 most successful female tennis players in Wimbledon. Venus Williams achieved the Wimbledon titles in 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2008. She already won a total of $30,595,369 as the prize money from the international tennis titles until now, and has 688–184 victory-defeat record with 78.9% winning ratio in her active international tennis career. Venus Williams achieved his career’s best ranking of World No.1 for the first time on 25th February 2002. She currently holds the World No.16 spot as of the recent ranking update on 11th May 2015.

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9. Serena Williams

American tennis sensation Serena Williams achieved a total of 67 WTA international tennis titles which includes 5 Wimbledon titles in her active career as of now. She won all of her 5 Wimbledon titles in the Open era, and is inducted in the ninth spot in our list of top 10 most successful female tennis players in Wimbledon. Serena Williams achieved the Wimbledon titles in 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010 and 2012. She already won a total of $69,676,428 as the prize money from the international tennis titles until now, and has 716–121 victory-defeat record with 85.54% winning ratio in her active international tennis career. Serena Williams achieved his career’s best ranking of World No.1 for the first time on 8th July 2002. She currently holds the World No.1 spot as of the recent ranking update on 8th June 2015.

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8. Charlotte Cooper Sterry

Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon
Most Successful Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon

Former British female tennis player Charlotte Cooper Sterry was born on 22nd September 1870 in Ealing, England, and took her final breath at the age of 96 on 10th October 1966 in Helensburgh, Scotland. She Achieved the Wimbledon five times and is inducted in the eighth spot in our list of top 10 most successful female tennis players in Wimbledon. Charlotte Cooper Sterry received the Wimbledon titles in 1895, 1896, 1898, 1901 and 1908, and won all her 5 Wimbledon titles in Amateur era. She is widely regarded as one of the best female players of her time, and achieved the gold medal in 1900 Olympic Games. Charlotte Cooper Sterry was inducted in the international tennis hall of fame in 2013.

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