2020 WTA 투어 - 2020 WTA Tour

2020 WTA 투어
세부
지속 2020 년 1 월 6 일 – 11 월 15 일
50 위
카테고리 그랜드 슬램 (3)
WTA 프리미어 5 (3)
WTA 프리미어 (5)
WTA 인터내셔널 (12)
업적 (단일)
대부분의 토너먼트 타이틀 Romania 시모나 할렙
Belarus 아리나 사 발렌 카 (3)
대부분의 토너먼트 결승전 Kazakhstan 엘레나 리바 키나 (5)
상금 리더 United States 소피아 케닌 ($ 4,302,970) [1]
포인트 리더 United States 소피아 케닌 (3,934)
2019 년
2021 년
Sofia Kenin호주 오픈 에서 결승전에서 Garbiñe Muguruza물리 치고 첫 그랜드 슬램 타이틀을 획득했습니다 . 나오미 오사카결승전에서 빅토리아 아자 렌 카를 물리 치고 US 오픈 에서 두 번째로 그랜드 슬램 타이틀을 획득했습니다 . Iga ŚwiątekFrench Open 에서 결승전에서 Kenin을 물리 치고 그녀의 처녀 그랜드 슬램 타이틀을 획득했습니다 . Świątek은 21 세기에 태어난 최초의 폴란드 선수이자 남성이든 여성이든 Grand Slam 싱글 타이틀을 획득 한 최초의 선수였습니다.

2020 WTA 투어 엘리트 전문이었다 테니스 에 의해 조직 된 회로 여성 테니스 협회 2020 테니스 시즌 (WTA). 2020 WTA 투어 일정은 원래 그랜드 슬램 토너먼트 ( 국제 테니스 연맹 (ITF) 감독 ), WTA 프리미어 토너먼트 (프리미어 필수, 프리미어 5 및 정규 프리미어), WTA 국제 토너먼트 , Fed 컵 (주최 ITF), 연말 챔피언십 ( WTA 투어 챔피언십WTA 엘리트 트로피 ) [2]

도쿄 하계 올림픽을 포함하여 많은 토너먼트가 COVID-19 대유행 으로 인해 취소되거나 연기되었습니다 . [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

시간표

이것은 2020 년 달력의 전체 이벤트 일정이며, 선수 진행 상황은 8 강 단계부터 기록됩니다.

그랜드 슬램 토너먼트
연말 챔피언십
WTA 프리미어 필수
WTA 프리미어 5
WTA 프리미어
WTA 인터내셔널
팀 이벤트

일월

토너먼트 챔피언 준우승 준결승 진출 자 8 강 진출 자
1 월 6 일 Brisbane International
Brisbane , 호주
WTA 프리미어
$ 1,500,000 – 어려움 – 30S / 32Q / 16D
단식 추첨복식 추첨
Czech Republic Karolína Plíšková
6–4, 4–6, 7–5
United States 매디슨 키스 Czech Republic 페트라 크 비토 바
Japan 나오미 오사카
United States 제니퍼 브래디
United States 다니엘 콜린스
Netherlands 키키 베르 텐스
United States 앨리슨 리스크
Chinese Taipei 슈웨이
Czech Republic Barbora Strýcová
3–6, 7–6 (9–7) , [10–8]
Australia 애슐리 바티
Netherlands 키키 베르 텐스
Shenzhen Open
Shenzhen , China
WTA International
$ 775,000 – 어려움 – 32S / 16Q / 16D
단식 추첨복식 추첨
Russia 예카테리나 알렉산드로 바
6–2, 6–4
Kazakhstan 엘레나 리바 키나 Spain 가르 비네 무 구루 자
Czech Republic 크리스티나 플리스 코바
Kazakhstan 자리 나 디 야스
China 왕 치앙
Belgium 엘리스 메르 텐스
Ukraine 카테리나 본다 렌코
Czech Republic 바르 보라 크레이 치코 바
Czech Republic Kateřina Siniaková
6–2, 3–6, [10–4]
China 두안 잉잉
China 정 사이 사이
오클랜드 오픈
오클랜드 , 뉴질랜드
WTA International
$ 275,000 – 어려움 – 32S / 32Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
United States 세레나 윌리엄스
6–3, 6–4
United States 제시카 페 굴라 United States 아만다 아니시 모바
Denmark 캐롤라인 워즈 니아 키
Germany 로라 지게문 트
Canada 유지니 부샤르
Germany 줄리아 괴르 게스
France 알리 제 코넷
United States 아시아 무하마드
United States Taylor Townsend
6–4, 6–4
United States 세레나 윌리엄스
Denmark 캐롤라인 워즈 니아 키
1 월 13 일 Adelaide International
Adelaide , 호주
WTA 프리미어
$ 848,000 – 어려움 – 30S / 24Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
Australia Ashleigh Barty
6–2, 7–5
Ukraine 다 야나 야 스트 렘 스카 United States 다니엘 콜린스
Belarus 아리나 사 발렌 카
Czech Republic Markéta Vondroušová
Switzerland 벨린다 벤치 치
Croatia 도나 베 키치
Romania 시모나 할렙
United States 니콜 멜리 차
China 쉬이 판
2–6, 7–5, [10–5]
Canada 가브리엘라 다브 로프 스키
Croatia 다리 자 주락
Hobart International
Hobart , 호주
WTA International
$ 275,000 – 어려움 – 32S / 24Q / 16D
단식 추첨복식 추첨
Kazakhstan Elena Rybakina
7–6 (9–7) , 6–3
China 장 슈 아이 United Kingdom 헤더 왓슨
Russia 베로니카 쿠 데르 메 토바
Belgium 엘리스 메르 텐스
Australia 리 제트 카브레라
United States 로렌 데이비스
Spain 가르 비네 무 구루 자
Ukraine 나디이 아 키 체녹
India Sania Mirza
6–4, 6–4
China 펭 슈 아이
China 장 슈 아이
1 월 20
일 1 월 27 일
호주 오픈
멜버른 , 호주
그랜드 슬램
A $ 32,846,000 – 하드
128S / 128Q / 64D / 32X
싱글 추첨 복식 추첨 혼합 복식 추첨
United States 소피아 케닌
4–6, 6–2, 6–2
Spain 가르 비네 무 구루 자 Australia 애슐리 바티
Romania 시모나 할렙
Czech Republic 페트라 크 비토 바
Tunisia Ons Jabeur
Estonia 아넷 콘타 베이트
Russia 아나스타샤 파블 류첸 코바
Hungary 티 메아 바보 스
France Kristina Mladenovic
6–2, 6–1
Chinese Taipei 슈웨이
Czech Republic 바르 보라 스트리 코바
Czech Republic 바르 보라 크레이 치코 바
Croatia Nikola Mektić
5–7, 6–4, [10–1]
United States Bethanie Mattek-Sands
United Kingdom 제이미 머레이

이월

토너먼트 챔피언 준우승 준결승 진출 자 8 강 진출 자
2 월 3 일 Fed Cup 예선 라운드
에버렛 , 미국 – 하드 (i)
헤이그 , 네덜란드 – 클레이 (i)
클루지나 포카 , 루마니아 – 하드 (i)
플로리 아노 폴리스 , 브라질 – 클레이
카르타헤나 , 스페인 – 클레이
비엘 / 비엔 , 스위스 – 하드 ( i) 벨기에
코 르트 레이크 – 하드 (i) 슬로바키아
브라 티 슬라바 – 클레이 (i)
라운드 우승자
예선 라운드 패자
2 월 10 일 상트 페테르부르크 레이디스 트로피
상트 페테르부르크 , 러시아
WTA 프리미어
$ 848,000 – 하드 (i) – 28S / 24Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
Netherlands Kiki Bertens
6–1, 6–3
Kazakhstan 엘레나 리바 키나 Greece 마리아 사 카리
Russia 예카테리나 알렉산드로 바
Switzerland 벨린다 벤치 치
France Océane Dodin
Czech Republic 페트라 크 비토 바
Russia 아나스타샤 포타 포바
Japan 아오야마 슈코
Japan Ena Shibahara
4–6, 6–0, [10–3]
United States 케이틀린 크리스천
Chile 알렉사 구 아라치
태국 오픈
후아힌 , 태국
WTA International
$ 275,000 – 어려움 – 32S / 24Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
Poland Magda Linette
6–3, 6–2
Switzerland 레오니 쿤 Japan 나오 히 비노
Romania 패트리샤 마리아 Țig
Ukraine 엘리나 스 비톨 리나
China 왕 치앙
China 정 사이 사이
China 왕 시유
Australia 아리나 로디 오 노바
Australia 스톰 샌더스
6–3, 6–3
Austria 바바라 하스
Australia 엘렌 페레즈
2 월 17 일 두바이 테니스 챔피언십
두바이 , 아랍 에미리트
WTA 프리미어
$ 2,908,770 – 어려움 – 30S / 48Q / 28D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
Romania Simona Halep
3–6, 6–3, 7–6 (7–5)
Kazakhstan 엘레나 리바 키나 United States 제니퍼 브래디
Croatia 페트라 마르 티치
Belarus 아리나 사 발렌 카
Spain 가르 비네 무 구루 자
Estonia 아넷 콘타 베이트
Czech Republic Karolína Plíšková
Chinese Taipei 슈웨이
Czech Republic Barbora Strýcová
7–5, 3–6, [10–5]
Czech Republic 바르 보라 크레이 치코 바
China 정 사이 사이
2 월 24 일 카타르 오픈
도하 , 카타르
WTA 프리미어 5
$ 3,240,445 – 어려움 – 56S / 32Q / 28D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
Belarus Aryna Sabalenka
6–3, 6–3
Czech Republic 페트라 크 비토 바 Australia 애슐리 바티
Russia 스베틀라나 쿠즈네초바
Spain 가르 비네 무 구루 자
Tunisia Ons Jabeur
Switzerland 벨린다 벤치 치
China 정 사이 사이
Chinese Taipei 슈웨이
Czech Republic Barbora Strýcová
6–2, 5–7, [10–2]
Canada 가브리엘라 다브 로프 스키
Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko
멕시코 오픈
아카풀코 , 멕시코
WTA International
$ 275,000 – 어려움 – 32S / 24Q / 16D
단식 추첨복식 추첨
United Kingdom 헤더 왓슨
6–4, 6–7 (8–10) , 6–1
Canada 레이라 애니 페르난데스 Mexico 레 나타 자라 수아
China 왕 시유
Slovenia 타마라 지단 섹
Russia 아나스타샤 포타 포바
United States 크리스티나 맥 헤일
China 주린
United States 데 시라에 크로 치크
Mexico 줄리아나 올 모스
6 ~ 3, 7 ~ 6 (7 ~ 5)
Ukraine 카테리나 본다 렌코
Canada 샤론 피크 만

행진

토너먼트 챔피언 준우승 준결승 진출 자 8 강 진출 자
3 월 2 일 Lyon Open
Lyon , 프랑스
WTA International
$ 275,000 – Hard (i) – 32S / 24Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
United States 소피아 케닌
6–2, 4–6, 6–4
Germany 안나-레나 프리드 삼 Belgium 앨리슨 반 유이 트 반크
Russia 다리아 카사 트 키나
France Océane Dodin
France 캐롤라인 가르시아
Italy 카밀라 조르기
Slovakia 빅토리아 쿠즈 모바
Romania 로라 이오 아나 파르
Germany 줄리아 와차 치크
7–5, 6–4
Netherlands 레슬리 패티 나마 케르 코베
Netherlands Bibiane Schoofs
Monterrey Open
Monterrey , Mexico
WTA International
$ 275,000 – 어려움 – 32S / 24Q / 16D
단식 추첨복식 추첨
Ukraine Elina Svitolina
7–5, 4–6, 6–4
Czech Republic 마리 부즈 코바 Netherlands Arantxa Rus
United Kingdom 요한나 콘타
Canada 레이라 애니 페르난데스
Sweden 레베카 피터슨
China 왕 야판
Russia 아나스타샤 포타 포바
Ukraine 카테리나 본다 렌코
Canada Sharon Fichman
4–6, 6–3, [10–7]
Japan 카토 미유
China 왕 야판
3 월의 나머지

4 월 – 7 월

어떤 대회 인해 연주되지 않았다 COVID-19 전염병 , 참조 영향 토너먼트 아래.

팔월

토너먼트 챔피언 준우승 준결승 진출 자 8 강 진출 자
8 월 3 일 Palermo Open
Palermo , Italy
WTA International
€ 163,103 – 클레이 (레드) – 32S / 32Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
France 피오나 페로
6–2, 7–5
Estonia 아넷 콘타 베이트 Croatia 페트라 마르 티치
Italy 카밀라 조르기
Belarus 알리 악 산드라 사 스노 비치
Italy Elisabetta Cocciaretto
Italy 사라 에라 니
Ukraine 다 야나 야 스트 렘 스카
Netherlands Arantxa Rus
Slovenia 타마라 지단 섹

7–5, 7–5
Italy Elisabetta Cocciaretto
Italy 마르티나 트레비 산
8 월 10 일 Prague Open
Prague , Czech Republic
WTA International
$ 225,500 – Clay (Red) – 32S / 32Q / 16D
싱글 추첨복식 추첨
Romania Simona Halep
6–2, 7–5
Belgium 엘리스 메르 텐스 Romania 이리나-카멜리아 베구
Czech Republic 크리스티나 플리스 코바
Poland 막달레나 프렌치
Spain 사라 소리 베스 토르 모
Canada 유지니 부샤르
Romania 아나 보그 단
Czech Republic 루시 흐라 데카
Czech Republic Kristýna Plíšková

6–2, 6–2
Romania 모니카 니쿨 레스 쿠
Romania 랄 루카 올라 루
Top Seed Open
Lexington , 미국
WTA International
$ 225,500 – 어려움 – 32S / 24Q / 16D
단식 추첨복식 추첨
United States 제니퍼 브래디
6 ~ 3, 6 ~ 4
Switzerland Jil Teichmann United States 쉘비 로저스
United States 코코 가우 프
United States 세레나 윌리엄스
United States 캐서린 벨리스
Czech Republic 마리 부즈 코바
Tunisia Ons Jabeur
United States 헤일리 카터
Brazil Luisa Stefani

6–1, 7–5
Czech Republic 마리 부즈 코바
Switzerland Jil Teichmann
17 August No tournaments scheduled
24 August Western & Southern Open
New York City, United States
WTA Premier 5
$2,250,829 – Hard – 56S/48Q/32D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Belarus Victoria Azarenka
Walkover
Japan Naomi Osaka Belgium Elise Mertens
United Kingdom Johanna Konta
United States Jessica Pegula
Estonia Anett Kontaveit
Greece Maria Sakkari
Tunisia Ons Jabeur
Czech Republic Květa Peschke
Netherlands Demi Schuurs
6–1, 4–6, [10–4]
United States Nicole Melichar
China Xu Yifan
31 August
7 September
U.S. Open
New York City, United States
Grand Slam
$21,656,000 – Hard
128S/32D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Japan Naomi Osaka
1–6, 6–3, 6–3
Belarus Victoria Azarenka United States Jennifer Brady
United States Serena Williams
Kazakhstan Yulia Putintseva
United States Shelby Rogers
Bulgaria Tsvetana Pironkova
Belgium Elise Mertens
Germany Laura Siegemund
Russia Vera Zvonareva
6–4, 6–4
United States Nicole Melichar
China Xu Yifan

September

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
7 September İstanbul Open
İstanbul, Turkey
WTA International
$225,500 – Clay (Red) – 30S/16Q/16D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Romania Patricia Maria Țig
2–6, 6–1, 7–6(7–4)
Canada Eugenie Bouchard Spain Paula Badosa
Czech Republic Tereza Martincová
Montenegro Danka Kovinić
Slovenia Polona Hercog
Belarus Aliaksandra Sasnovich
Sweden Rebecca Peterson
Chile Alexa Guarachi
United States Desirae Krawczyk
6–1, 6–3
Australia Ellen Perez
Australia Storm Sanders
14 September Italian Open
Rome, Italy
WTA Premier 5
€1,692,169 – Clay (Red) – 56S/32Q/28D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Romania Simona Halep
6–0, 2–1, ret.
Czech Republic Karolína Plíšková Spain Garbiñe Muguruza
Czech Republic Markéta Vondroušová
Kazakhstan Yulia Putintseva
Belarus Victoria Azarenka
Ukraine Elina Svitolina
Belgium Elise Mertens
Chinese Taipei Hsieh Su-wei
Czech Republic Barbora Strýcová
6–2, 6–2
Germany Anna-Lena Friedsam
Romania Raluca Olaru
21 September Internationaux de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, France
WTA International
$225,500 – Clay (Red) – 30S/8Q/16D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Ukraine Elina Svitolina
6–4, 1–6, 6–2
Kazakhstan Elena Rybakina Japan Nao Hibino
Belarus Aryna Sabalenka
Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko
China Zhang Shuai
Czech Republic Kateřina Siniaková
Switzerland Jil Teichmann
United States Nicole Melichar
Netherlands Demi Schuurs
6–4, 6–3
United States Hayley Carter
Brazil Luisa Stefani
28 September
5 October[8]
French Open[9]
Paris, France
Grand Slam
€ – Clay (Red)
128S/96Q/64D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Poland Iga Świątek
6–4, 6–1
United States Sofia Kenin Argentina Nadia Podoroska
Czech Republic Petra Kvitová
Italy Martina Trevisan
Ukraine Elina Svitolina
United States Danielle Collins
Germany Laura Siegemund
Hungary Tímea Babos
France Kristina Mladenovic
6–4, 7–5
Chile Alexa Guarachi
United States Desirae Krawczyk

October

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
19 October Ostrava Open
Ostrava, Czech Republic
WTA Premier
$528,500 – Hard (i) – 28S/24Q/16D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Belarus Aryna Sabalenka
6–2, 6–2
Belarus Victoria Azarenka Greece Maria Sakkari
United States Jennifer Brady
Tunisia Ons Jabeur
Belgium Elise Mertens
Spain Sara Sorribes Tormo
Russia Veronika Kudermetova
Belgium Elise Mertens
Belarus Aryna Sabalenka
6–1, 6–3
Canada Gabriela Dabrowski
Brazil Luisa Stefani

November

Week of Tournament Champions Runners-up Semifinalists Quarterfinalists
9 November Linz Open
Linz, Austria
WTA International
$225,500 – Hard (i) – 32S/24Q/16D
Singles DrawDoubles Draw
Belarus Aryna Sabalenka
7–5, 6–2
Belgium Elise Mertens Czech Republic Barbora Krejčíková
Russia Ekaterina Alexandrova
France Océane Dodin
Belarus Aliaksandra Sasnovich
Argentina Nadia Podoroska
Russia Veronika Kudermetova
Netherlands Arantxa Rus
Slovenia Tamara Zidanšek
6–3, 6–4
Czech Republic Lucie Hradecká
Czech Republic Kateřina Siniaková

Affected tournaments

The COVID-19 pandemic affected many tournaments on the WTA Tour. The following tournaments were suspended or postponed.

Week of Tournament Status
March 9
March 16
Indian Wells Open
Indian Wells, United States
WTA Premier Mandatory
$ – Hard – 96S/48Q/32D

Cancelled
March 23
March 30
Miami Open
Miami Gardens, United States
WTA Premier Mandatory
$ – Hard – 96S/48Q/32D
April 6 Charleston Open
Charleston, United States
WTA Premier
$848,000 – Clay (Green) – 56S/32Q/16D

Played as a team exhibition tournament from 22 to 28 June
Copa Colsanitas
Bogotá, Colombia
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[3][4][6]
April 13 Fed Cup Finals
Budapest, Hungary
Clay (Red) (i) – 12 teams

Postponed to 13–18 April 2021[10]
April 20 Stuttgart Open
Stuttgart, Germany
WTA Premier
€ – Clay (Red) (i) – 28S/32Q/16D

Cancelled[3][4][6]
İstanbul Open
İstanbul, Turkey
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D

Rescheduled to 7 September
April 27 Prague Open
Prague, Czech Republic
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D

Rescheduled to 10 August
May 4 Madrid Open
Madrid, Spain
WTA Premier Mandatory
€ – Clay (Red) – 64S/32Q/28D

Initially rescheduled to September, but later cancelled[11]
May 11 Italian Open
Rome, Italy
WTA Premier 5
$3,528,000 – Clay (Red) – 56S/32Q/28D

Rescheduled to September
May 18 Internationaux de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, France
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D
Morocco Open
Rabat, Morocco
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[3][4][6]
25 May
1 June
French Open
Paris, France
Grand Slam
Clay (Red)

Rescheduled to 28 September[9]
June 8 Nottingham Open
Nottingham, Great Britain
WTA International
$275,000 – Grass – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[3][4][6][12]
Rosmalen Grass Court Championships
's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
WTA International
$275,000 – Grass – 32S/24Q/16D
June 15 Grass Court Championships Berlin
Berlin, Germany
WTA Premier
$1,088,000 – Grass – 32S/24Q/16D
Birmingham Classic
Birmingham, Great Britain
WTA International
$275,000 – Grass – 32S/24Q/16D
June 22 Eastbourne International
Eastbourne, Great Britain
WTA Premier
$1,122,000 – Grass – 48S/16Q/16D
Bad Homburg Open
Bad Homburg, Germany
WTA International
$275,000 – Grass – 32S/8Q/16D
29 June
6 July
Wimbledon
London, Great Britain
Grand Slam
Grass
July 13 Bucharest Open
Bucharest, Romania
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D
Ladies Open Lausanne
Lausanne, Switzerland
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D
July 20 Baltic Open
Jūrmala, Latvia
WTA International
$275,000 – Clay (Red) – 32S/24Q/16D
Palermo Open
Palermo, Italy
WTA International
Clay (Red)

Rescheduled to 3 August
27 July Summer Olympic Games
Tokyo, Japan
Olympic Games
Hard

Rescheduled to 26 July 2021[5]
August 3 Silicon Valley Classic
San Jose, United States
WTA Premier
$ – Hard – 28S/16Q/16D

Cancelled[13]
Washington Open
Washington D.C., United States
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard – 32S/16Q/16D
August 10 Canadian Open
Montreal, Canada
WTA Premier 5
Hard – 56S/32Q/28D
August 17 Cincinnati Masters
Mason, United States
WTA Premier 5
Hard

Rescheduled to 22 August and moved from Mason, Ohio to New York City
August 24 Albany Open
Albany, United States
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[7][14]
September 14 Zhengzhou Open
Zhengzhou, China
WTA Premier
$ – Hard – 28S/24Q/16D

Initially rescheduled to October, but later cancelled[7][14]
Jiangxi Open
Nanchang, China
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D
Japan Women's Open
Hiroshima, Japan
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[7][14]
September 21 Toray Pan Pacific Open
Tokyo, Japan
WTA Premier
$ – Hard (i) – 28S/24Q/16D

Initially rescheduled to November, but later cancelled[7][14]
Guangzhou Open
Guangzhou, China
WTA International
$525,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D
Korea Open
Seoul, South Korea
WTA International
$225,500 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[7][14]
September 28 Wuhan Open
Wuhan, China
WTA Premier 5
$ – Hard – 56S/32Q/28D

Initially rescheduled to October, but later cancelled[7][14]
October 5 China Open
Beijing, China
WTA Premier Mandatory
$ – Hard – 60S/32Q/28D

Cancelled[7][14]
October 12 Hong Kong Open
Hong Kong
WTA International
$525,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D
Tianjin Open
Tianjin, China
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D
Linz Open
Linz, Austria
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard – 32S/24Q/16D

Rescheduled to 9 November
October 19 Kremlin Cup
Moscow, Russia
WTA Premier
$528,500 – Hard (i) – 28S/24Q/16D

Initially provisionally rescheduled to 2 November,[15] but later cancelled (postponed to 2021)[16]
Luxembourg Open
Kockelscheuer, Luxembourg
WTA International
$275,000 – Hard (i) – 32S/24Q/16D

Cancelled[7][14]
October 26 WTA Elite Trophy
Zhuhai, China
Year-end championships
$2,600,000 – Hard – 12S(RR)/6D(RR)
November 2 WTA Finals
Shenzhen, China
Year-end championships
$14,000,000 – Hard (i) – 8S(RR)/8D(RR)

Statistical information

These tables present the number of singles (S), doubles (D), and mixed doubles (X) titles won by each player and each nation during the season, within all the tournament categories of the 2019 WTA Tour: the Grand Slam tournaments, the year-end championships (the WTA Tour Championships and the WTA Elite Trophy), the WTA Premier tournaments (Premier Mandatory, Premier 5, and regular Premier), and the WTA International tournaments. The players/nations are sorted by:

  1. total number of titles (a doubles title won by two players representing the same nation counts as only one win for the nation);
  2. cumulated importance of those titles (one Grand Slam win equalling two Premier Mandatory/Premier 5 wins, one year-end championships win equalling one-and-a-half Premier Mandatory/Premier 5 win, one Premier Mandatory/Premier 5 win equalling two Premier wins, one Premier win equalling two International wins);
  3. a singles > doubles > mixed doubles hierarchy;
  4. alphabetical order (by family names for players).

Key

Grand Slam tournaments
Year-end championships
WTA Premier Mandatory
WTA Premier 5
WTA Premier
WTA International

Titles won by player

Total Player Grand Slam Year-end Premier Manda­tory Premier 5 Premier Inter­national Total
S D X S D S D S D S D S D S D X
4 Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) 3 1 0
4 Hsieh Su-wei (TPE) 0 4 0
4 Barbora Strýcová (CZE) 0 4 0
3 Simona Halep (ROU) 3 0 0
2 Sofia Kenin (USA) 2 0 0
2 Tímea Babos (HUN) 0 2 0
2 Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) 0 2 0
2 Elina Svitolina (UKR) 2 0 0
2 Barbora Krejčíková (CZE) 0 1 1
2 Demi Schuurs (NED) 0 2 0
2 Nicole Melichar (USA) 0 2 0
2 Desirae Krawczyk (USA) 0 2 0
2 Arantxa Rus (NED) 0 2 0
2 Tamara Zidanšek (SLO) 0 2 0
1 Naomi Osaka (JPN) 1 0 0
1 Iga Świątek (POL) 1 0 0
1 Laura Siegemund (GER) 0 1 0
1 Vera Zvonareva (RUS) 0 1 0
1 Victoria Azarenka (BLR) 1 0 0
1 Květa Peschke (CZE) 0 1 0
1 Ashleigh Barty (AUS) 1 0 0
1 Kiki Bertens (NED) 1 0 0
1 Karolína Plíšková (CZE) 1 0 0
1 Shuko Aoyama (JPN) 0 1 0
1 Elise Mertens (BEL) 0 1 0
1 Ena Shibahara (JPN) 0 1 0
1 Xu Yifan (CHN) 0 1 0
1 Ekaterina Alexandrova (RUS) 1 0 0
1 Jennifer Brady (USA) 1 0 0
1 Fiona Ferro (FRA) 1 0 0
1 Magda Linette (POL) 1 0 0
1 Elena Rybakina (KAZ) 1 0 0
1 Patricia Maria Țig (ROU) 1 0 0
1 Heather Watson (GBR) 1 0 0
1 Serena Williams (USA) 1 0 0
1 Kateryna Bondarenko (UKR) 0 1 0
1 Hayley Carter (USA) 0 1 0
1 Sharon Fichman (CAN) 0 1 0
1 Alexa Guarachi (CHI) 0 1 0
1 Lucie Hradecká (CZE) 0 1 0
1 Nadiia Kichenok (UKR) 0 1 0
1 Sania Mirza (IND) 0 1 0
1 Asia Muhammad (USA) 0 1 0
1 Giuliana Olmos (MEX) 0 1 0
1 Laura Ioana Paar (ROU) 0 1 0
1 Kristýna Plíšková (CZE) 0 1 0
1 Arina Rodionova (AUS) 0 1 0
1 Storm Sanders (AUS) 0 1 0
1 Kateřina Siniaková (CZE) 0 1 0
1 Luisa Stefani (BRA) 0 1 0
1 Taylor Townsend (USA) 0 1 0
1 Julia Wachaczyk (GER) 0 1 0

Titles won by nation

Total Nation Grand Slam Year-end Premier Manda­tory Premier 5 Premier Inter­national Total
S D X S D S D S D S D S D S D X
10 United States (USA) 1 1 3 5 4 6 0
9 Czech Republic (CZE) 1 3 1 2 2 1 7 1
5 Belarus (BLR) 2 1 1 1 4 1 0
5 Romania (ROU) 1 1 2 1 4 1 0
5 Netherlands (NED) 1 1 3 1 4 0
4 Chinese Taipei (TPE) 2 2 0 4 0
4 Ukraine (UKR) 2 2 2 2 0
3 France (FRA) 2 1 1 2 0
2 Japan (JPN) 1 1 1 1 0
2 Poland (POL) 1 1 2 0 0
2 Hungary (HUN) 2 0 2 0
2 Russia (RUS) 1 1 1 1 0
2 Germany (GER) 1 1 0 2 0
2 Australia (AUS) 1 1 1 1 0
2 Slovenia (SLO) 2 0 2 0
1 Belgium (BEL) 1 0 1 0
1 China (CHN) 1 0 1 0
1 Great Britain (GBR) 1 1 0 0
1 Kazakhstan (KAZ) 1 1 0 0
1 Brazil (BRA) 1 0 1 0
1 Canada (CAN) 1 0 1 0
1 Chile (CHI) 1 0 1 0
1 India (IND) 1 0 1 0
1 Mexico (MEX) 1 0 1 0

Titles information

The following players won their first main circuit title in singles, doubles, or mixed doubles:

Singles
Doubles

The following players defended a main circuit title in singles, doubles, or mixed doubles:

Singles
Doubles
Mixed Doubles

Best ranking

The following players achieved their career high ranking in this season inside top 50 (in bold the players who entered the top 10 for the first time):

Singles
Doubles

Points distribution

Category W F SF QF R16 R32 R64 R128 Q Q3 Q2 Q1
Grand Slam (S) 2000 1300 780 430 240 130 70 10 40 30 20 2
Grand Slam (D) 2000 1300 780 430 240 130 10 40
WTA Finals (S) 1500* 1080* 750* (+125 per Round Robin Match; +125 per Round Robin Win)
WTA Finals (D) 1500 1080 750 375
WTA Premier Mandatory (96S) 1000 650 390 215 120 65 35 10 30 20 2
WTA Premier Mandatory (64/60S) 1000 650 390 215 120 65 10 30 20 2
WTA Premier Mandatory (28/32D) 1000 650 390 215 120 10
WTA Premier 5 (56S, 64Q) 900 585 350 190 105 60 1 30 22 15 1
WTA Premier 5 (56S, 48/32Q) 900 585 350 190 105 60 1 30 20 1
WTA Premier 5 (28D) 900 585 350 190 105 1
WTA Premier 5 (16D) 900 585 350 190 1
WTA Premier (56S) 470 305 185 100 55 30 1 25 13 1
WTA Premier (32/30/28S) 470 305 185 100 55 1 25 18 13 1
WTA Premier (16D) 470 305 185 100 1
WTA Elite Trophy (S) 700* 440* 240* (+40 per Round Robin Match; +80 per Round Robin Win)
WTA International (32S, 32Q) 280 180 110 60 30 1 18 14 10 1
WTA International (32S, 24/16Q) 280 180 110 60 30 1 18 - 12 1
WTA International (16D) 280 180 110 60 1

S = singles players, D = doubles teams, Q = qualification players.
* Assumes undefeated Round Robin match record.

WTA Rankings

These are the WTA rankings and yearly WTA Race rankings of the top 20 singles and doubles players at the current date of the 2020 season. Rankings were frozen up until the resuming of the 2020 season on 3 August 2020.[17]

Singles

Number 1 ranking

Holder Date Gained Date Forfeited
Ashleigh Barty (AUS) Year end 2019 Year end 2020

Doubles

Number 1 ranking

Holder Date Gained Date Forfeited
Barbora Strýcová (CZE) Year end 2019 2 February 2020
Hsieh Su-wei (TPE) 3 February 2020 23 February 2020
Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) 24 February 2020 1 March 2020
Hsieh Su-wei (TPE) 2 March 2020 Year end 2020

Prize money leaders

Prize money in US$ as of 9 November 2020[1]
# Player Singles Doubles Mixed Year-to-date
1 Sofia Kenin (USA) $4,187,581 $115,389 $0 $4,302,970
2 Naomi Osaka (JPN) $3,352,755 $0 $0 $3,352,755
3 Iga Świątek (POL) $2,179,271 $73,626 $8,316 $2,261,213
4 Victoria Azarenka (BLR) $1,959,453 $32,330 $0 $1,991,783
5 Garbiñe Muguruza (ESP) $1,942,072 $0 $0 $1,942,072
6 Simona Halep (ROU) $1,928,119 $9,771 $0 $1,937,890
7 Petra Kvitová (CZE) $1,505,967 $0 $0 $1,505,967
8 Jennifer Brady (USA) $1,245,741 $74,215 $0 $1,319,956
9 Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) $1,087,700 $126,984 $0 $1,214,684
10 Elise Mertens (BEL) $985,904 $123,654 $0 $1,109,558

Retirements

Former world no. 1 Caroline Wozniacki retired after her third round defeat at the 2020 Australian Open.
Former world no. 1 and career Grand Slam holder Maria Sharapova retires at the age of 32.

Following is a list of notable players (winners of a main tour title, and/or part of the WTA Rankings top 100 in singles or doubles, for at least one week; and wheelchair players) who announced their retirement from professional tennis, became inactive (after not playing for more than 52 weeks), or were permanently banned from playing, during the 2020 season:[21]

  • Netherlands Marjolein Buis[22]
  • Spain Estrella Cabeza Candela (born 20 February 1987 in Los Palacios y Villafranca, Spain) turned professional in 2004 and reached a career high ranking of 95 in singles and 176 in doubles. Cabeza Candela also won 13 singles and 16 doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. In 2020, Cabeza Candela announced her retirement on the tour.[23]
  • Japan Rika Fujiwara (born 19 September 1981 in Tokyo, Japan) turned professional in 1997 and reached a career high ranking of 84 in singles and 13 in doubles. Fujiwara reached six WTA doubles finals during her career, winning one of them at the Danish Open in 2012. Fujiwara also won 9 singles and 36 doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. Fujiwara's biggest highlight was at the 2002 French Open, where she reached the women's doubles semifinals partnering her compatriot Ai Sugiyama. In March 2020, Fujiwara announced her retirement after 23 years on the tour.
  • Germany Julia Görges (born 2 November 1988 in Bad Oldesloe, West Germany) (modern day Germany) turned professional in 2005 and reached a career high ranking of 9 in singles and 12 in doubles. Görges won 7 WTA singles titles in her career, including 2 premier level events and the 2017 WTA Elite Trophy. She scored multiple career top ten wins in her career including back to back wins against the then World no. 1 Caroline Wozniacki during the clay season in 2011. Her best grand slam result was a semifinal at 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Görges announced her retirement via social media on 21st October.[24]
  • United States Jamie Hampton (born 8 January 1990 in Frankfurt, West Germany) turned professional in 2009 and reached a career high ranking of 24 in singles and 74 in doubles. Hampton reached one WTA singles final during her career, losing to Elena Vesnina at the 2013 Aegon International. She reached the fourth round at the 2013 French Open, and scored wins over multiple current and former top-10 players during her short-lived career, including Petra Kvitová, Agnieszka Radwańska and Caroline Wozniacki. She had not played since January 2014 and, after undergoing six surgery attempts, decided to retire in May.[25]
  • United States Vania King (born 3 February 1989 in Monterey Park, California, United States) turned professional in 2006 and reached a career high ranking of 50 in singles and 3 in doubles. King reached three WTA singles finals during her career, winning one of them at the Bangkok Open in 2006. She was most known as a doubles specialist, winning fifteen titles in her career, with her biggest achievements coming in winning the women's doubles events at both Wimbledon and the US Open in 2010, alongside Yaroslava Shvedova. King was hampered by an ankle injury throughout the final years of her career, and despite undergoing surgery in 2017, King decided to retire in February.[26]
  • Sweden Johanna Larsson (born 17 August 1988 in Boden, Sweden) turned professional in 2006 and reached a career high ranking of 45 in singles and 20 in doubles. Larsson won two WTA singles titles during her career, including at her home event in Båstad in 2015, and enjoyed considerable success in doubles, winning 14 titles and reaching the year-end championships final in 2017 alongside Kiki Bertens. Larsson decided to retire in February.[27]
  • Russia Ekaterina Makarova (born 7 June 1988 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union) (modern day Russia) turned professional in 2004 and reached a career high ranking of 8 in singles in 2015 and number 1 in doubles in 2018. A six-time Grand Slam singles quarterfinalist with two semifinal appearances at the 2014 US Open and 2015 Australian Open, Makarova also won three WTA singles titles during her career. She achieved phenomenal success in doubles, with 3 Grand Slam women's doubles titles alongside Elena Vesnina at the 2013 French Open, the 2014 US Open and at Wimbledon in 2017, as well as the mixed doubles title at the 2012 US Open alongside Bruno Soares. She also partnered Vesnina to gold in the women's doubles at the 2016 Olympics, and to the title at the WTA Finals, also in 2016. Makarova announced her retirement at the 2020 St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy.[28]
  • Spain María José Martínez Sánchez (born 12 August 1982 in Murcia, Spain) turned professional in 1998 and reached a career-high ranking of 19 in singles in 2010 and 4 in doubles, also in 2010. Through her career she won a total of 5 WTA titles in singles but focused primarily in doubles later in her career winning a total of 21 titles in that discipline. In doubles she reached the semi finals of Grand Slams 3 times; at the French Open in 2010 and 2012 and at the US Open in 2012. She reached the quarter finals of all slams in doubles. In 2009 she won the Tour Finals with long time doubles partner Nuria Llagostera Vives. In January 2020 she announced her retirement.[29]
  • Luxembourg Mandy Minella (born 22 November 1985 in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg) turned professional in 2001, and reached career-high rankings of 66 in singles in 2012, and 47 in doubles in 2013. Winner of 2 doubles titles on the main tour (with Tímea Babos), Minella's best results came in WTA 125K events (with 1 singles and 3 doubles titles) and on the lower tier ITF Women's Circuit. She announced she would retire in 2020.[30]
  • Australia Jessica Moore (born 16 August 1990 in Perth, Australia) turned professional in 2008 and reached a career-high ranking of 132 in singles in 2008 and 55 in doubles in 2019. Moore won two WTA titles in doubles, as well as 4 singles and 31 doubles titles on the ITF Circuit. She also won silver at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the women's doubles, partnering Olivia Rogowska. Moore announced her retirement at the Australian Open.[31]
  • Bulgaria Aleksandrina Naydenova (born 29 February 1992 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria), a former world number 95 in doubles, has been issued with a lifetime ban from the sport after an investigation by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) found that she had partaken in match fixing activity multiple times between 2015 and 2019. Additionally, she was charged and found guilty of failing to co-operate with the TIU investigation. Alongside the ban, she has been fined $150,000 (US).[32]
  • Switzerland Romina Oprandi (born 29 March 1986 in Jegenstorf, Switzerland) turned professional in 2005 and reached career-high rankings of 32 in singles in 2013, and 112 in doubles in 2007. Oprandi won one WTA title in doubles, as well as 26 singles and 11 doubles titles on the ITF Circuit. In May 2020 she announced her retirement.[33][34]
  • France Pauline Parmentier (born 31 January 1986 in Cucq, France) turned professional in 2000 and reached a career-high ranking of 40 in singles, in July 2008, and 121 in doubles in October 2019. Winner of 4 singles titles on the main tour and a total of 13 ITF titles. Her best result at Grand Slam level came in reaching the fourth round at her home slam the French Open in 2014. She announced in January 2019 that this would be her last year on the tour.[35][36]
  • Brazil Teliana Pereira (born 20 July 1988 in Águas Belas, Brazil) turned professional in 2005 and reached a career-high ranking of 43 in singles, in October 2015, and 117 in doubles, in September 2013. Winner of 2 singles titles on the main tour and a 22 ITF titles in single and 10 in doubles. Her best result at Grand Slam level came in reaching the second round at the French Open in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In September 2020 she announced her retirement.[37][38]
  • Slovakia Magdaléna Rybáriková (born 4 October 1988 in Piešťany, Slovakia) turned professional in 2005, and reached career-high rankings of 17 in singles in 2018, and 50 in doubles in 2011. Winner of 4 singles titles and 1 doubles title on the main tour (with Janette Husárová), Rybáriková's best result is reaching the singles semifinals at 2017 Wimbledon Championships. At first she has announced the retirement from tennis after the 2020 Fed Cup finals in Budapest, but later she announced her official retirement via social media on 29th October.[39]
  • Russia Maria Sharapova (born 19 April 1987 in Nyagan, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union) (modern day Russia) turned professional in 2001 and reached the world no. 1 spot for the first time in 2005. A five-time Grand Slam singles winner (she completed the career Grand Slam in 2012), Sharapova won 36 WTA singles titles and 4 doubles titles during her career. She won also the WTA Finals in 2004 and the Fed Cup in 2008. She also won the silver medal in the women's singles at the 2012 Olympics. Sharapova announced her retirement through social media in 2020.[40][41]
  • Spain Sílvia Soler Espinosa (born 19 November 1987 in Elche, Spain) turned professional in 2003, and reached a career-high ranking of no. 54 in singles in 2012, and no. 39 in doubles in 2014. Soler Espinosa reached two WTA singles finals in her career, and won one doubles title alongside Andreja Klepač at the 2014 Connecticut Open. She was a three-time Grand Slam quarterfinalist in doubles, and also reached the third round on three occasions in singles, twice at the US Open and once at Roland Garros. Soler Espinosa decided to retire in May.[42]
  • Spain Carla Suárez Navarro (born 3 September 1988 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain) turned professional in 2003, and reached a career-high ranking of no. 6 in singles in 2016, and no. 11 in doubles in 2015. After coming to prominence by reaching the quarterfinals of the 2008 French Open as a qualifier, Suárez Navarro became a steady top-twenty player, with her best seasons coming from 2013 to 2016. She reached six more quarterfinals in Grand Slam singles events, and won 2 singles titles out of 11 finals (including a Premier 5 title), and 3 doubles titles out of 9 finals (finishing as runner-up of the 2015 WTA Finals in doubles, alongside Garbiñe Muguruza). She announced that the 2020 season would be her last on the circuit.[43]
  • United States Anna Tatishvili (born 3 February 1990 in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, Soviet Union) (modern day Georgia) turned professional in 2005 and reached a career-high ranking of no. 50 in singles and 59 in doubles. She won one WTA doubles title in her career in Linz in 2014 alongside Raluca Olaru, as well as reaching two further doubles finals and winning 11 ITF Tour singles titles. Her greatest achievement at Grand Slam level came in reaching the fourth round at the 2012 US Open. Tatishvili decided to retire in March, after battling for several years with a persistent ankle injury.[44]
  • Denmark Caroline Wozniacki (born 11 July 1990 in Odense, Denmark) joined the circuit in 2005, and reached the world no. 1 spot for the first time in 2010. She would spend a total of 71 weeks as number one which puts her at 9th on the all-time list as of January 2020. Wozniacki won a total of 30 WTA titles in singles and 2 WTA titles in doubles. Wozniacki reached three Grand Slam finals at the US Open in 2009 and 2014 and at the Australian Open 2018 where she won her first and only Grand Slam beating Simona Halep. She also won the WTA Championships Finals in Singapore 2017. Wozniacki retired after a third round defeat to Ons Jabeur at the 2020 Australian Open.[45][46]

Comebacks

Following are notable players who announced their comebacks after retirements during the 2020 WTA Tour season:

See also

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