2006 WTA Tour - Statistics

Statistics

List of players and titles won, last name alphabetically:

  • Justine Henin-Hardenne - Sydney, Dubai, French Open, Eastbourne, New Haven and WTA Tour Championships (6)
  • Nadia Petrova - Doha, Amelia Island, Charleston, Berlin and Stuttgart (5)
  • Maria Sharapova - Indian Wells, San Diego, U.S. Open, Zurich and Linz (5)
  • Amélie Mauresmo - Australian Open, Paris, Antwerp and Wimbledon (4)
  • Marion Bartoli - Auckland, Tokyo and Quebec City (3)
  • Kim Clijsters - Warsaw, Stanford and Hasselt (3)
  • Svetlana Kuznetsova - Miami, Bali and Beijing (3)
  • Shahar Pe'er - Pattaya City, Prague and Istanbul (3)
  • Anna Chakvetadze - Guangzhou and Moscow (2)
  • Elena Dementieva - Tokyo and Los Angeles (2)
  • Martina Hingis - Rome and Kolkata (2)
  • Michaëlla Krajicek - Hobart and 's-Hertogenbosch (2)
  • Anabel Medina Garrigues - Canberra and Palermo (2)
  • Meghann Shaughnessy - Rabat and Forest Hills (2)
  • Zheng Jie - Estoril and Stockholm (2)
  • Vera Zvonareva - Birmingham and Cincinnati (2)
  • Sofia Arvidsson - Memphis (1)
  • Alona Bondarenko - Luxembourg (1)
  • Eleni Daniilidou - Seoul (1)
  • Lourdes Domínguez Lino - Bogotá (1)
  • Anna-Lena Grönefeld - Acapulco (1)
  • Ana Ivanovic - Montréal (1)
  • Vania King - Bangkok (1)
  • Tamira Paszek - Portoroz (1)
  • Lucie Šafářová - Gold Coast (1)
  • Mara Santangelo - Bangalore (1)
  • Anna Smashnova - Budapest (1)
  • Sun Tiantian - Tashkent (1)
  • Nicole Vaidišová - Strasbourg (1)

The following players won their first title:

  • Marion Bartoli - Auckland
  • Shahar Pe'er - Pattaya City
  • Mara Santangelo - Bangalore
  • Sofia Arvidsson - Memphis
  • Lourdes Domínguez Lino - Bogotá
  • Anna-Lena Grönefeld - Acapulco
  • Tamira Paszek - Portoroz
  • Alona Bondarenko - Luxembourg
  • Anna Chakvetadze - Guangzhou
  • Sun Tiantian - Tashkent
  • Vania King - Bangkok

Titles won by nation:

  • Russia - 18 (Tokyo, Indian Wells, Miami, Amelia Island, Charleston, Berlin, Birmingham, Cincinnati, San Diego, Los Angeles, U.S. Open, Bali, Beijing, Guangzhou, Stuttgart, Moscow, Zurich and Linz)
  • Belgium - 9 (Sydney, Dubai, Warsaw, French Open, Eastbourne, Stanford, New Haven, Hasselt and WTA Tour Championships)
  • France - 7 (Auckland, Australian Open, Paris, Antwerp, Wimbledon, Tokyo and Quebec City)
  • Israel - 4 (Pattaya City, Prague, Istanbul and Budapest)
  • China - 3 (Estoril, Stockholm and Tashkent)
  • Spain - 3 (Canberra, Bogotá and Palermo)
  • United States - 3 (Rabat, Forest Hills and Bangkok)
  • Czech Republic - 2 (Gold Coast and Strasbourg)
  • Netherlands - 2 (Hobart and 's-Hertogenbosch)
  • Switzerland - 2 (Rome and Kolkata)
  • Austria - 1 (Portoroz)
  • Germany - 1 (Acapulco)
  • Greece - 1 (Seoul)
  • Italy - 1 (Bangalore)
  • Serbia and Montenegro - 1 (Montréal)
  • Sweden - 1 (Memphis)
  • Ukraine - 1 (Luxembourg)

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