2004 US Open – Women's Singles - Seeds

Seeds

  1. Justine Henin-Hardenne (Fourth Round)
  2. Amélie Mauresmo (Quarterfinals)
  3. Serena Williams (Quarterfinals)
  4. Anastasia Myskina (Second Round)
  5. Lindsay Davenport (Semifinals)
  6. Elena Dementieva (Final)
  7. Maria Sharapova (Third Round)
  8. Jennifer Capriati (Semifinals)
  9. Svetlana Kuznetsova (Champion)
  10. Vera Zvonareva (Fourth Round)
  11. Venus Williams (Fourth Round)
  12. Ai Sugiyama (Fourth Round)
  13. Paola Suárez (Third Round)
  14. Nadia Petrova (Quarterfinals)
  15. Patty Schnyder (Fourth Round)
  16. Francesca Schiavone (Fourth Round)
  1. Alicia Molik (Second Round)
  2. Karolina Šprem (First Round)
  3. Silvia Farina Elia (Third Round)
  4. Chanda Rubin (Third Round)
  5. Amy Frazier (Third Round)
  6. Magdalena Maleeva (Second Round)
  7. Fabiola Zuluaga (Third Round)
  8. Anna Smashnova-Pistolesi (First Round)
  9. Elena Likhovtseva (First Round)
  10. Elena Bovina (Third Round)
  11. Mary Pierce (Fourth Round)
  12. Nathalie Dechy (Third Round)
  13. Eleni Daniilidou (Fourth Round)
  14. Tatiana Golovin (Third Round)
  15. María Vento-Kabchi (Third Round)
  16. Meghann Shaughnessy (First Round)

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