List of WTA Number 1 Ranked Players

This is a list of WTA number 1 ranked players. That is, professional women's tennis players who have been or currently are ranked World Number 1 by the Women's Tennis Association, along with the dates of first reaching and losing that spot. Since the WTA began producing computerized rankings on November 3, 1975, 21 women have reached the highest singles ranking. The WTA releases ranking points weekly based on how players fared in the last 52 weeks.

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