1994 WTA Tour - Statistical Information

Statistical Information

List of players and titles won, last name alphabetically:

  • Arantxa Sánchez Vicario - Amelia Island, Barcelona, Hamburg, French Open, Montreal, US Open, Tokyo (Tier II), Oakland (8)
  • Steffi Graf - Australian Open, Tokyo (Tier I), Indian Wells, Delray Beach, Miami, Berlin, San Diego (7)
  • Conchita Martínez - Hilton Head, Rome, Wimbledon, Stratton Mountain (4)
  • Anke Huber - Styria, Filderstadt, Philadelphia (3)
  • Jana Novotná - Leipzig, Brighton, Essen (3)
  • Sabine Appelmans - Linz, Pattaya City (2)
  • Yayuk Basuki - Osaka, Jakarta (2)
  • Kimiko Date - Sydney, Tokyo (Tier III) (2)
  • Lindsay Davenport - Brisbane, Lucerne (2)
  • Magdalena Maleeva - Moscow, Zurich (2)
  • Meredith McGrath - Oklahoma City, Eastbourne (2)
  • Amanda Coetzer - Prague (1)
  • Mana Endo - Hobart (1)
  • Mary Joe Fernandez - Strasbourg (1)
  • Amy Frazier - Manhattan Beach (1)
  • Sabine Hack - Houston (1)
  • Julie Halard - Taranto (1)
  • Ginger Helgeson - Auckland (1)
  • Katerina Maleeva - Quebec City (1)
  • Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere - Osaka (1)
  • Lori McNeil - Birmingham (1)
  • Martina Navratilova - Paris (1)
  • Elena Pampoulova - Surabaya (1)
  • Gabriela Sabatini - WTA Tour Championships (1)
  • Naoko Sawamatsu - Singapore (1)
  • Irina Spîrlea - Palermo (1)
  • Shi-Ting Wang - Taipei (1)
  • Judith Wiesner - Schenectady (1)
  • Natalia Zvereva - Chicago (1)

The following players won their first title:

  • Mana Endo
  • Ginger Helgeson
  • Meredith McGrath
  • Irina Spîrlea
  • Elena Pampoulova

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