Serena Williams

usaUnited States

height: 175cm


D.O.B: 26-09-1981

Serena Williams is the undoubted Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) when it comes to women's tennis. With 23 Grand Slams and 73 titles to her name, Williams has had consistency for the past two decades since bursting onto the scene as a teenager. While the American talent has dropped a little since giving birth to her daughter, the 38-year-old still remains a threat to anyone who plays her as she eyes off a record 24th Grand Slam. Over her career, a remarkable 11.6 per cent of her serves are aces, with a 74.4 per cent winning record off her first serve. She has had plenty of huge years over the journey, but won 11 titles in 2013. For a player whose court coverage is not as great as others, her sheer power is unparalleled and hard to contain.

STRENGTHS: Power, hitting, serving, consistency
WEAKNESSES: Court coverage

SURFACE WIN RATIO: Grass (88.4%), Hard (84.4%), Clay (80.3%)

WINNERS: Forehand (16.3%), Backhand (11.7%)


2020 - Auckland;
2017 - Australian Open;
2016 - Rome, Wimbledon;
2015 - Australian Open, Miami, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Cincinnati;
2014 - Brisbane, Miami, Rome, Stanford, Cincinnati, US Open, WTA Finals;
2013 - Brisbane, Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Toronto, US Open, Beijing, WTA Finals;
2012 - Charleston, Madrid, Wimbledon, Stanford, Olympics, US Open, WTA Finals;
2011 - Stanford, Toronto;
2010 - Australian Open, Wimbledon;
2009 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, WTA Finals;
2008 - Bangalore, Miami, Charleston, US Open;
2007 - Australian Open, Miami;
2005 - Australian Open;
2004 - Miami, Beijing;
2003 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors], Miami, Wimbledon;
2002 - Scottsdale, Miami, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Tokyo [Princess Cup], Leipzig;
2001 - Indian Wells, Toronto, WTA Finals;
2000 - Hannover, Los Angeles, Tokyo [Princess Cup];
1999 - Paris [Indoors], Indian Wells, Los Angeles, US Open, Grand Slam Cup.

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