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Kvitova got the better of the sixth seeded Kiki Bertens in the other semifinal. Osaka had earlier overcome Donna Vekic in a tough three-setter in the last-eight, Kontaveit advanced when Victoria Azarenka retired from her match in the final set, Kvitova edged out Anastasija Sevastova while Bertens defeated Angelique Kerber.
In , the first couple of rounds saw many upsets, most notably Stephens, Kvitova, and Muguruza although, the Spaniard retired from the game.
On the back of these shocking exits, the likes of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Anett Kontaveit, and Kerber got a chance to reach the latter rounds.
In the upper bracket, Coco Vandeweghe and Caroline Garcia knocked out Halep and Svitolina respectively while in the lower bracket, Pliskova reached the semifinal to face Kontaveit.
Eventually, the final was played between the Czech and Vandeweghe and needless to mention, Pliskova won that match in straight sets.
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The WTA Tour circuit is comprised of around 58 events played all around the world between January and November before a six-week off-season.
WTA tennis tournaments are divided into different tiers according to how much prize money and how many ranking points are available at each event, as well as the size of the draw and certain other criteria such as the size of the stadium court.
The basic division is between International and Premier events, with the latter further divided into Premier, Premier-5 and Premier Mandatory tournaments.
Some of these tournaments will be dual-gender events combined with ATP World Tour tournaments while others feature women only, or have WTA and ATP events played at different times of the year, sometimes in successive weeks.
Three of the four Premier Mandatories are played on outdoor hard courts; the exception is Madrid, which is played on red clay. While top players must play all four Premier Mandatories, they are supposed to play four of the five Premier-5s, and to play each Premier-5 at least once every other year.
Top players are required to play at least two Premier events every season and often choose to play more, so top players are a frequent sight in these draws.
Premier events are held on all surfaces. Charleston and Stuttgart are played on red and green clay respectively, while Birmingham and Eastbourne are significant grass-court Premier events.
In addition to the 12 Premier events, the WTA tennis calendar also features over 30 International events played on every surface throughout the year — the weekly staple of the WTA Tour, with at least one being played in 20 weeks of the season and sometimes as many as three a week.
An International event typically features a player draw, which may or may not offer byes for the top eight seeds depending on the tournament.
WTA top players are only supposed to play one International tournament in either half of the season unless they have received an exemption.
Since , the tournament has taken its current format: Eight players divided into two groups of four, who then compete in round-robin matches over six days with the top two players in each group advancing to the semi-finals.
Players qualify for the WTA Finals by accumulating points throughout the calendar year, with the top eight progressing to the elite season-ending championship.
These standings differ from the week WTA rankings and are tracked separately. The WTA rankings are the objective, merit-based system whereby tournaments determine player entries and player seedings, with the WTA releasing weekly rankings based on how players have performed over the past 52 weeks.
It seems unimaginable now in this era of professional tennis, but women players used to be ranked subjectively by various entities including tournament directors, national federations and even journalists.
Chris Evert was the first woman to be ranked world no. In total, 25 women have been ranked world no. With points awarded for each match a player wins and the amount of points varying according to the round reached and the category of the tournament, the WTA rankings are based on a rolling week period.
Serena Williams has the most of any active player, having won 72 WTA singles titles. Martina Navratilova holds the record for most titles at the same tournament, having won Chicago 12 times between and — closely followed by her own record at Eastbourne, where she won 11 titles between and Margaret Court leads the way in this category with 21 WTA singles titles claimed in the single season of She is also tied for second with 18 titles in and respectively.
She is followed by Chris Evert on 1, and Virginia Wade on 1, Among active players, Venus Williams holds the distinction of most WTA singles matches played with 1, Martina Navratilova has won more WTA singles matches than anyone, having won 1, in her career, followed by Chris Evert on 1, and Steffi Graf on Unsurprisingly, it is Martina Navratilova who holds the record for longest WTA winning streak, claiming 74 wins in a row in Steffi Graf holds the record for longest reign as world no.
Serena Williams was aged 35 years and days when she last ranked as world no. Zhang Shuai of China was ranked world no.