Top 10 Female Grand Slam Winners in the Tennis History

Female Grand Slam Winners

The importance of The Grand Slam Event in the female category is the same as the male category.  Winning a Grand Slam Event is the dream of every Tennis player, so here we will talk about the Top 10 Female Grand Slam Winner in the Tennis history.

#10 Suzanne LenglenSuzanne Lenglen

Suzanne Lenglen was a professional tennis player who played for France. She dominated women’s tennis in the time period of 1914-1926. She won 181 matches consecutively. In her whole tennis career, she won 341 matches, and lost only 7 matches. Her winning percentage is 98 which is hard to believe. She regarded as one of the best female tennis players in the history of tennis. In her overall career, she won 81 titles. She won the Grand Slam Event for the eight times. Apart from this, she won a gold medal in 1920’s Olympic games as well.

#9 Molla Mallory Molla Mallory

Molla Malllory was a professional tennis player who played for the national team of Norway. She cemented her place in top 10 ranking for the consecutive 13 years (1915-1928). In 1958, she was included in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Her playing technique is old school and traditional. She won the Grand Slam Event for the eight times.

#8 Monica SelesMonica Seles

Monica Seles is a retired female tennis player who played for the national team of Yugoslavia and the United States. In 1990, she won the French Open and became the youngest ever French Open Champion at the age of 16. On 30 April 1993, a man stabbed a 9-inch long knife into her back. After this incident, she didn’t play tennis for the two years, but then she made a great comeback by winning the Australia Open in 1996, but still, because of this incident, she lost her old charm and achieved less comparing to her potential. In 2009, she was included in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. She won 9 Grand Slam Titles.

#7 Billie Jean KingBillie Jean King

Billie Jean King is a retired professional female tennis player who played for the national team of America. Apart from a tennis player, she is an advocate as well. In 2009, she was included in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. She regarded as one of the greatest female players in the history of Tennis. She got a lot of tributes, Awards and Honors. She won the Grand Slam Titles for the 12 times.

#6 Martina Navratilova Martina Navratilova

Martina Navratilova is a former professional female tennis player who played for the national teams of Czechoslovakia and United States. She was at the number 1 in the world ranking for a total of 332 weeks in singles. She is the only player in the history, who held at Number 1 ranking in both singles and doubles for 200 weeks. She won 167 titles in the singles and 187 in doubles in the Open Era which is a world record. She regarded as one of the dominated players in the history of tennis. She won 76 consecutive matches without losing a single match. This is the longest winning streak in the Open Era. She won the Grand Slam Title for the 18 times.

#5 Chris EvertChris Evert\

Chris Evert is a former professional tennis player who played for America. She played 34 finals of the Grand Slam Titles which is the highest by any other player. She won at least one Grand Slam Title for consecutive 13 years which is a world record. Her winning percent is 89.97 which is the highest in the Open Era. On clay court, her winner percent is 94.55% which is also the highest in WTA. She won the Grand Slam Title for the 18 times.

#4 Helen WillsHelen Wills

Helen Wills was a professional tennis player who played for America. Her graceful physique and for her fluid motion was admired by many. She did her practice with male players, in 1993 she beat the 8th ranked male player in an exhibition match. She regarded as a dominant player of the 20th century. Some legends called her the greatest player of the history. She won the Grand Slam Title for the 19 times.

#3 Steffi Graf Steffi Graf

Steffi Graf is a former professional female tennis player who played for the national team of Germany. In 1998, she became the only tennis player who won all the four major events of the Grand Slam and a Gold Medal in The Olympic Games in the same Calendar. She is the only tennis player who won every major tournament of The Grand Slam for at least four times. She held on number 1 at the world ranking for a total sum of 377 weeks which is a record for both female and male player. She won the Grand Slam Title for the 22 times.

#2 Serena WilliamsSerena Williams 

Serena Williams is a professional tennis player who plays for America. She is first player who won the Grand Slam on every type of surface (Hard, Clay and Grass). She won Australia Open for the 7 times in the Open Era which is a record. She was the highest paid female sports player in 2016 and 2017. She is awarded from the Laureus Sportswoman of the Year for the four times(2003, 2010, 2016, 2018). She has won the Grand Slam Title for the 23 times. Apart for this, she has won 4 gold medal in the Olympic Games.

#1 Margaret Court Margaret Court

Margaret Court is a former professional female tennis player who played for Australia. In 1970, she became the first woman who won all the tournament of the Grand Slam in the same year. She is the only player who the Mixed Double Grand Slam twice. Her winning percent is 91.68 on every surface in singles, which is one of the best in the history of Tennis. She won the Grand Slam Title for the 24 times which is still an unbreakable record. She is regarded as one of the best female tennis players.

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