Who won more titles Serena or Martina?
Counted are all titles since the beginning of the Open Era in 1968….Female tennis players with the most Grand Slam tournament titles as of February 2021.
|Characteristic||Number of Grand Slam victories|
|Serena Williams (USA)||23|
|Steffi Graf (GER)||22|
|Martina Navratilova (USA)||18|
|Chris Evert (USA)||18|
Who is current No 1 tennis player?
|1||Novak. Djokovic (SRB)||12,133|
|34 Age Next Best 18 Tourn Played Move Points Dropping|
|2||Daniil. Medvedev (RUS)||10,780|
|25 Age 23 Next Best 26 Tourn Played Move 250 Points Dropping|
Is Serena better than Martina Navratilova?
Serena is the best in her era.” In terms of overall weeks at No. 1 in the world, Graf leads at 377 followed by Navratilova at 332 and Serena at 319. Serena will have two more chances in 2020 to equal Court’s 24 at the U.S. Open and French Open.
When did Martina Navratilova win her first Grand Slam?
This is a list of the main career statistics of former Czechoslovak-born American tennis player Martina Navratilova. By winning the 1983 US Open title, Navratilova completed the Career Grand Slam. She became only the seventh female player in history to achieve this.
When did Martina Navratilova stop playing tennis?
SR=strike rate (events won/competed) Navratilova did not play an official WTA tour singles match from 1995 through 2001. – = tournament not held. A = did not participate in the tournament.
What was Martina Navratilova’s record for most major singles titles?
Navratilova, Margaret Court and Maureen Connolly share the record for the most consecutive major singles titles (six). Navratilova reached 11 consecutive major singles finals, second all-time only to Steffi Graf’s 13, and is the only woman ever to reach 19 consecutive major semifinals.
How many brothers and sisters does Martina Navratilova have?
Navratilova has a sister, Jana, and an older paternal half-brother. Her grandmother, Agnes Semanska, was a tennis player for the Czechoslovak Federation before the Second World War and had a ranking as high as No. 2 among Czech women during her amateur career.