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List of Serena Williams’ Records, Prize money and earnings.

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This page lists various career, tournament, and seasonal achievements by tennis player Serena Williams

Records

At the 1999 US Open, became the second African-American woman to win a Grand Slam title at 17 years old

By winning the 2001 Australian Open doubles championship with Venus Williams, became the fifth pair to complete a Career

Doubles Grand Slam and the only pair to win a Career Doubles Golden Slam.

At the 2001 US Open, marked the first time in the Open Era, and second time in 117 years that sisters met in a Grand Slam final (with Venus Williams)

At the 2002 Roland Garros final, she became the first younger sister to defeat her older sister in a Grand Slam singles tournament.

 

 

At the 2002 Roland Garros, she defeated her older sister Venus for the first time as a Grand Slam final victory

By winning the 2003 Australian Open, became the fifth woman to hold all four Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously.

By winning the 2003 Australian Open, became the first African-American to win the championship.

By winning the 2003 Australian Open, she became the sixth player to win a Career Grand Slam.

 

 

By winning the 2003 Wimbledon ladies’ title, Williams became just the fifth woman in the Open Era to win back-to-back Wimbledon crowns. She followed Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, and Venus Williams. Since then, the feat has been accomplished 3 more times, once by Venus Williams and twice by Serena Williams.

By reaching the final of the 2003 Australian Open, she and sister Venus became the first players to compete in 4 consecutive slam finals.

 

 

By winning the 2005 Australian Open by defeating Mauresmo and Davenport, became the only player in tennis history to win three Grand Slam singles titles (1999 U.S. Open, 2002 Roland Garros) by beating the top two ranked players.[citation needed]

By winning the 2007 Australian Open became the first unseeded player since Chris O’Neil (1978) to win a slam, she was ranked #81 in the world.

 

 

Her six-year gap between Wimbledon titles (2003–2009) is second only to Evonne Goolagong Cawley’s nine years in the Open Era.

Her eleven-year gap between Roland Garros titles (2002–2013) is the longest in the Open Era.

Only player to have won three Grand Slam singles titles after saving match points (2003 Australian Open versus Kim Clijsters, 2005 Australian Open versus Maria Sharapova, and 2009 Wimbledon versus Elena Dementieva).

Against Elena Dementieva, she played the longest recorded Wimbledon women’s semifinal (2009) in the open era: 2 hours, 49 minutes.

By winning the 2010 Roland Garros doubles with sister Venus, they became the first pair since 1998 to hold the four doubles slams at the same time.

By winning the 2010 Roland Garros doubles with sister Venus, they became the first pair in the Open Era to complete the Career Doubles Golden Slam twice (2001 & 2003 Australian Open, 1999 & 2010 Roland Garros, 2000 & 2002 Wimbledon, 1999 & 2009 U.S. Open, and 2000 & 2008 Olympic gold medalists).

 

 

In 2012 Wimbledon, in her semifinal match against Azarenka, she hit a record 24 aces in a match, which was surpassed by Sabine Lisicki at the 2015 Aegon Classic in Birmingham.

At the 2012 Wimbledon Championships, she set a record for most aces served in a tournament, hitting 102 aces in the tournament, which was the most of men or women at the Championships that year.

In 2014, she won her 6th US Open title, the most in the Open Era (tied with Evert)

In 2017, she won her 7th Australian Open title, the most in the Open Era (stands alone).

Most hardcourt grand slam singles titles: 13 [7 Australian Open & 6 US Open] (stands alone).

In 2015, she won her 6th Wimbledon title. She became the only person in history, male or female, to win three of the four grand slams 6 times (AO 2003/2005/2007/2009/2010/2015, WIM 2002/2003/2009/2010/2012/2015, and USO 1999/2002/2008/2012/2013/2014).

She is only the fourth woman in the Open Era to win a tournament six or more times after Steffi Graf, Chris Evert, and Martina Navratilova. She’s won 8 Miami Masters, 7 Australian Opens, 7 Wimbledons, and 6 US Open titles.

She is also only the third player to achieve a Career Grand Slam in singles and doubles after Margaret Court and Martina Navratilova

Second player to win a slam singles titles in three decades after Martina Navratilova (USO 1999, FO 2002, AO 2010)

Winner of all four Grand Slam singles titles in two decades (along with Court and Graf)

Longest span between first (2003) and last (2017) Australian Open titles: 14 years (tied with Nancye Wynne Bolton)

Longest span between first (2002) and last (2015) Roland Garros titles: 13 years

Longest span between first (2002) and last (2016) Wimbledon titles: 14 years

Longest span between first (1999) and last (2014) US Open titles: 15 years

Roland Garros 2015, Williams became the first woman to win 50+ career matches in all four Grand Slams in the Open Era.[4]

Roland Garros 2016, Williams became the first woman to win 60+ career matches in all four Grand Slams in the Open Era (AO 74 match wins, FO 60 match wins, WIM 79 match wins, and USO 84 match wins).

Roland Garros 2015, became first woman to win a grand slam tournament losing five sets en route to the title

Oldest player to hold all Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously (2014–2015)

In 2015, Williams won 4 consecutive grand slam titles for the second time in her career, also accomplishing the feat in 2002–2003.

She and Steffi Graf are the only two players in the Open Era to win 4 consecutive grand slam singles titles on 2 separate occasions.

Only player, male or female, to complete the Career Golden Slam after turning 30 years of age (WIM 2012, OLY 2012, USO 2012, FO 2013, AO 2015).

Third female player to win 70+ matches at 3 of the 4 grand slam events. She had AO 70 match wins, WIM 79 match wins, USO 84 match wins. (tied with Steffi Graf who had USO 73 match wins, WIM 75 match wins, and FO 87 match wins, and Chris Evert who had FO 72 match wins, WIM 98 match wins, and USO 103 match wins)

In 2017, Williams became the first player, male or female, to win 80+ matches at 3 of the 4 grand slam events. She had AO 81 match wins, WIM 86 match wins, USO 89 match wins.

In 2016, she won her 7th Wimbledon singles title, the 2nd most in the Open Era (tied with Steffi Graf, only behind Martina Navratilova’s 9 titles).

In 2016, won 6th Wimbledon doubles title with Venus Williams. It was the 4th time Serena Williams won the singles and doubles titles at Wimbledon in the same year (2002, 2009, 2012, 2016). Venus also accomplished this feat twice (2000, 2008).

Serena and Venus Williams improved their grand slam doubles finals record to 14-0. Only Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver own more grand slam doubles titles as a team with 20 championships.

In 2017, by virtue of her 7th Australian Open singles title, she won her 23rd grand slam singles title and surpassed Steffi Graf’s Open Era record of 22. Williams now trails only Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24 grand slam singles titles. (During Court’s Australian Open wins from 1960–1964, there were less than 50 athletes per Australian Open. Current grand slams have 128 athletes in every main draw. This is why there is often a reference to the Open Era which started in 1968. 13 of Court’s 24 grand slam singles titles came before the Open Era.)

In 2017, as of the Australian Open, Williams holds a 316–43 singles record in grand slams, winning 114 of those since turning 30 years old. Her 316 grand slam singles match wins is equal to Roger Federer and the most in tennis history, for men and women.

Her 2017 Australian Open crown was her 10th grand slam singles title since reaching her 30th birthday. No other female player has won more than 3 grand slam singles titles after turning 30 years of age. (Note: Steffi Graf was 29 years, 11 months and 22 days when she won Roland Garros on 5 June 1999, shortly before retiring.)

As of the 2017 Australian Open, Williams has won 10 of the 12 grand slam titles to complete the Box Set (winning the singles, same gender doubles, and mixed doubles in each of the four grand slam tournaments). The only 2 she’s lacking are the mixed doubles titles at Roland Garros and the Australian Open. Her best finishes in those events were runner-up finishes at the 1998 Roland Garros and 1999 Australian Open.

As of the 2017 Australian Open, she is the only player, male or female, to win 10+ grand slam singles titles in two separate decades (10 in the 2000s and 12 in the 2010s).

Prize money and earnings

First woman to win US$6,000,000 in prize money in a single year: 2009.

First woman to win US$12,000,000 in prize money in a single year: 2013. (Record: $12,385,572)

First, and only, woman to win US$40,000,000 in career prize money (in 2012).

First, and only, woman to win US$50,000,000 in career prize money (in 2013).

First, and only, woman to win US$60,000,000 in career prize money (in 2014).

First, and only, woman to win US$70,000,000 in career prize money (in 2015).

First, and only, woman to win US$80,000,000 in career prize money (in 2016).

Holds the record for most seasons (18) earning US$1,000,000 or more. In 1999–2005 and 2007–2017.

Holds the record for most seasons (15) earning US$2,000,000 or more. In 1999, 2001–2004, 2007–2010, and 2012–2017.

Holds the record for most seasons (6) earning US$5,000,000 or more. In 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.

Holds the record for most seasons (6) earning US$6,000,000 or more. In 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.

Holds the record for most seasons (5) earning US$7,000,000 or more. In 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.

Holds the record for most seasons (3) earning US$9,000,000 or more. In 2013, 2014, 2015.

Holds the record for most seasons (2) earning US$10,000,000 or more. In 2013 and 2015.

She stands as the highest earning female athlete of all-time in terms of prize money across all sports, with $84,463,131 (as of 30 January 2017) and is about $48,000,000 ahead of the 2nd and 3rd highest women, Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams, respectively.[5]

As of 2 February 2020, Williams has the 4th highest career earnings, $92,590,416, of any tennis player, male or female.[1] She trails Novak Djokovic ($131,040,932), Roger Federer ($123,632,204 ), and Rafael Nadal ($106,957,186 ).







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