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Best Female Tennis Players:  Women in Tennis hold the maximum number of records and are said to rule the world of tennis. The record of maximum number of titles (grand slam and pro slam) is held by a woman (Magaret Court). She has won 24 grand slam and pro slam titles, a record which remains unbeaten by any tennis player, be it a male or female.  

The next in line is Serena Williams who has won 23 grand slam titles, a record which is unbeaten by any player, since the inception of Open Era.  

With 22 Grand Slam titles in her pocket, Steffi Graf ranks third in the list and this record of hers is not achieved by any male player (after the beginning of the Open Era).  

Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert occupy the joint 4th position by winning 18 titles each.  

Last but not the least, 5th on the list, is Billie Jean King who has capture 12 Grand Slam titles. 

Unlike men, who stick to playing in one category only, female tennis players compete in all three categories – singles, doubles and mixed doubles.  

There is a mention of Open Era, Grand Slams and Pro Slams above, so let us first know what are these three terms. The term Open Era came into being in the year 1968 when major tournaments agreed to allow professional players to compete with amateurs. Before 1968, only amateurs competed in major tennis tournaments. The four major tournaments played after the Open Era are called Grand Slams and therefore the ones that were played before are known as Pro Slams.  

Let us now discuss the world’s top Best Female Tennis Players of all the time.  

Top 6 Best Female tennis players of all time

Margaret Court Smith 

The first female Australian player to win a Grand Slam abroad, Margaret Court, holds the record of winning the highest number of Grand Slam titles (24; 11 in Open Era and 13 before the Open Era) and this is an unbeatable record till date.  Her total win – loss percentage is 90.12% (210 –23) with a winning loss ratio of 61-3 at Australian Open, 47-5 at French Open, 51-9 at Wimbledon and 51-6 at US Open. Court also happens to be the only player to complete a multiple grand slam set twice in all the three disciplines (singles, doubles, mixed doubles). She took a retirement for two years, but came out of retirement and made a strong comeback by becoming the first woman after Open Era to clinch four Grand Slam title. Women’s tennis is basically a baseline dominated game but Court’s unusual serve and volley style of play was her strength. Since the Aussie tennis player did weights (something that women of that era didn’t do), circuit training and running along sandy hill slides, her footwork was excellent and it further helped her style of play. Currently she is a Christan Minister in Perth. 

Magaret Court Smith 

Margaret Smith (Court) – 1963 WImbledon Women’s Singles Champion.

Serena Jameka Williams 

Although Williams is currently ranked 11th in WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) ranking, she has enjoyed the World Number 1 rank for a total of 319 weeks and stands third after Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova. Serena’s record of 23 Singles Grand Slam titles is yet to be conquered by any player (male or female) in the Open Era. Serena Williams, along with Venus Williams, popularly known as The Williams Sisters, have an unbeatable record of clinching 14 doubles Grand Slam titles. The record for winning the highest number of matches (335) in the women’s singles category at the Majors is held by Serena. In the year 2016, the former World No 1, became the highest paid female athlete and is said to have earned $ 29 Million USD through prize money and endorsements. During the year 2009-2010, the Williams sisters won 4 consecutive doubles Grand Slams titles. Serena’s strong built enhances her game and she has the most powerful shots and serve in the women’s category but sometimes her aggressive game puts her at risk during her tough matches.  

Stefanie Maria Graf (Steffi Graf)

Graf and Boris Becker are credited to have popularized Tennis among the people of their country, Germany. In the year 1988, Steffi won a Golden Slam (winning all four Grand Slams and Olympic Gold Medal in the same calendar year). Steffi has clinched 22 Grand Slam titles and is the only player to have won each Grand Slam at least four times. Post WTA and ATP started ranking players, Graf’s record of being the World No 1 for a total of 377 weeks remains unbeaten. The third on the list, after Navratilova and Evert, Graf has won 104 singles titles and she and Magaret Court are the only two players to have won at least 3 Grand Slam titles in a calendar year for five times (1988,1989, 1993,1995, 1996). Named as The Greatest Player of the 20th Century by a panel of experts at Associated Press, Steffi has clinched 6 French Open, 7 Wimbledon, 4 Australian Open and 5 US Open titles. Popular for backhand slice shot, Graf mostly played inside out forehands and had an excellent footwork. An aggressive playing style coupled with perfect timing of the impact of her racquet with the ball added pace to the ball and made her shots powerful. 

Steffi Graf

Martina Navratilova 

The fourth on the list, Navratilova has a number of records against her name. Since women in tennis have participated in all the three categories (singles, doubles and mixed doubles) so there has to be a record holder for the same and Navratilova happens to be the only player in the history of tennis to hold the Number 1 spot in both doubles and singles. Martina is one of the three women players, Doris Heart and Magaret Court being the other two, to have achieved a career grand slam in singles, doubles and mixed doubles along with clinching the highest number of singles (167) and doubles (177) tittles. Holding the World Number 1 spot in both singles and doubles for a total of 332 and 237 weeks respectively, Navratilova’s 74 matches winning streak is the longest one after the Open Era. Having clinched 18 Grand Slam titles, 31 Women’s Doubles titles (record), 10 Major Mixed Doubles titles, she owns the record for the highest number of Grand Slams victories by any tennis player. An ace tennis player, she was in top 10 of Women’s Tennis Ranking for 20 consecutive years (1975-1994), among top 5 for 19 consecutive years, among top 3 for 15 consecutive years and for 7 long years she was World Number 1 in WTA ranking. Navratilova’s serve and volley style of play helped her in dominating most of her matches. 

Martina Navratilova 

Martina Navratilova with Wimbledon trophy PC – Twitter

Chris Evert 

Considered to be arch rivals on court and best of friends off court, Navratilova and Evert have clinched 18 Grand Slam titles each and hence acquire the fourth position in the list of women Slam winners jointly. Evert’s record of never losing in the first or second round of any Grand Slam tournament (she lost only twice in the third round) that she’s played along with being a part of 34 Grand Slam finals is unachievable till date. Evert happens to be one of the of the four awardees of the sportsman of the year award in tennis. Her overall win – loss ratio of 1309-146 and 382-22(winning ratio of singles played on clay court) is another record which is yet to be surpassed by any tennis player. Chris Evert has clinched 297 tiles on clay court which clearly proves her dominance on this surface. She also made her nation proud by winning 8 Fed Cup titles.

 Billie Jean King 

Last, but not the least is King, the founder of major women’s and tennis organizations like Women’s Tennis Association and Women’s Sports foundation. For clinching 39 Grand Slam titles comprising of 12 singles, 16 doubles and 11 mixed doubles, Billie was awarded the Sportsman of the year award in 1972. A feminist to the core, King defeated Bobby Riggs (top men’s player in the 1930s and 1940s in both the amateur and professional ranks) in an exhibition match which was dubbed as “the Battle of the Sexes”, and won $100,000 for her victory. Riggs had won the Wimbledon men’s singles title in 1939 and was considered World No. 1 male tennis player in 1941, 1946, and 1947. Because of her good footwork, she was an excellent volleyer and had an aggressive style of play. Out of the 11 times that she participated in the Wightman Cup USA, she won 10 times and she also pocketed 7 Fed Cup titles.  

 Billie Jean King 

We can say that women are the right and true owners of the throne of tennis and the benchmark of records that they have set is very difficult to be achieved by any male tennis player.   

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The 2019 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier is a is a cricket tournament currently taking place in the United Arab Emirates. The tournament began on 19 October 2018 and the final match will be played on 2 November 2019 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai.

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

14 teams are participating in this tournament which are divided into two groups. These are:

Group A: Scotland, Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Namibia, Singapore, Kenya and Bermuda

Group B: UAE, Ireland, Oman, Hong Kong, Canada, Jersey and Nigeria

FULL SCHEDULE

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Oct 18, Friday: Scotland vs Singapore, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Hong Kong vs Ireland, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Netherlands vs Kenya, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Oman vs United Arab Emirates, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 19, Saturday: Papua New Guinea vs Bermuda, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Scotland vs Kenya, Group A, ICC Academy Ground No 2, Dubai, 3:40 PM

Netherlands vs Namibia, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Jersey vs Nigeria, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Ireland vs United Arab Emirates, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 20, Sunday: Papua New Guinea vs Namibia, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Canada vs Jersey, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 11:30 AM IST

Hong Kong vs Oman, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Bermuda vs Singapore, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Oct 21, Monday: Scotland vs Papua New Guinea, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Hong Kong vs United Arab Emirates, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Ireland vs Oman, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Kenya vs Bermuda, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Canada vs Nigeria, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 22, Tuesday: Scotland vs Namibia, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Singapore vs Netherlands, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

United Arab Emirates vs Jersey, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Oct 23, Wednesday: Namibia vs Bermuda, Group A, ICC Academy Ground No 2, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Oman vs Nigeria, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 11:30 AM IST

Singapore vs Kenya, Group A, ICC Academy Ground No 2, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Ireland vs Canada, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Hong Kong vs Jersey, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 24, Thursday: Netherlands vs Papua New Guinea, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

United Arab Emirates vs Nigeria, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 11:30 AM IST

Hong Kong vs Canada, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Scotland vs Bermuda, Group A, ICC Academy, Dubai, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 25, Friday: Papua New Guinea vs Singapore, Group A, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Ireland vs Jersey, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 11:30 AM IST

Namibia vs Kenya, Group A, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Oman vs Canada, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 26, Saturday: Ireland vs Nigeria, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 11:30 AM IST

Netherlands vs Bermuda, Group A, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Namibia vs Singapore, Group A, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 27, Sunday: Hong Kong vs Nigeria, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi, 11:30 AM IST

Papua New Guinea vs Kenya, Group A, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 11:30 AM IST

Oman vs Jersey, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 3:40 PM IST

Scotland vs Netherlands, Group A, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

United Arab Emirates vs Canada, Group B, Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 29, Tuesday: TBC vs TBC, Play off 1 – A2 v B3, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

TBC vs TBC, Playoff 2 – A3 v B2, Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 30, Wednesday: TBC vs TBC, Playoff 3 – A4 v Loser of Play-off 1, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

TBC vs TBC, Playoff 4 – B4 v Loser of Play-off 2, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 9:00 PM IST

Oct 31, Thursday: TBC vs TBC, 5th Place Play-off, ICC Academy, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

Nov 01, Friday: TBC vs TBC, Semifinal 1 – B1 v Winner of Play-off 1, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

TBC vs TBC, Semifinal 2 – A1 v Winner of Play-off 2, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 9:00 PM IST

Nov 02, Saturday: TBC vs TBC, 3rd place Playoff, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 3:40 PM IST

TBC vs TBC, Final, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 9:00 PM IST

FULL SQUADS:

Bermuda: Dion Stovell (c), Terryn Fray (vc), Okera Bascome, Onais Bascome, Oronde Bascome, Derrick Brangman, Deunte Darrell, Allan Douglas, Malachi Jones, Kamau Leverock, George O’Brien, Delray Rawlins, Macai Simmons, Sinclair Smith, Charles Trott, Rodney Trott and Janeiro Tucker

Canada: Navneet Dhaliwal (c), Rizwan Cheema, Nikhil Dutta, Romesh Eranga, Jeremy Gordon, Dillon Heyliger, Abraash Khan, Nicholas Kirton, Nitish Kumar, Junaid Siddiqui, Ravinderpal Singh, Hamza Tariq (wk), Rodrigo Thomas, Srimantha Wijeratne and Saad Bin Zafar

Hong Kong: Aizaz Khan (c), Kinchit Shah (vc), Ahsan Abbasi, Haroon Arshed, Waqas Barkat, Aarush Bhagwat, Kyle Christie, Mohammad Ghazanfar, Raag Kapur, Ehsan Khan, Nizakat Khan, Waqas Khan, Scott McKechnie (wk), Nasrulla Rana and Shahid Wasif

Ireland: Gary Wilson (c), Mark Adair, Andrew Balbirnie, David Delany, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Shane Getkate, Kevin O’Brien, Boyd Rankin, Simi Singh, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector, Stuart Thompson, Lorcan Tucker and Craig Young

Jersey: Charles Perchard (c), Corey Bisson, Dominic Blampied, Harrison Carlyon, Jake Dunford (wk), Nicholas Ferraby, Nick Greenwood, Anthony Hawkins-Kay, Jonty Jenner, Elliot Miles, Rhys Palmer, William Robertson, Ben Stevens, Julius Sumerauer and Benjamin Ward

Kenya: Shem Ngoche (c), Sachin Bhudia, Emmanuel Bundi, Aman Gandhi, Dhiren Gondaria, Irfan Karim, Pushpak Kerai, Jasraj Kundi, Alex Obanda, Collins Obuya, Nelson Odhiambo, Lucas Oluoch, Elijah Otieno, Rakep Patel and Rushab Patel

Namibia: Gerhard Erasmus (c), Jan Frylinck (vc), Stephan Baard, Karl Birkenstock, Niko Davin, Zane Green, Zhivago Groenewald, Jean-Pierre Kotze, Tangeni Lungameni, Bernard Scholtz, Ben Shikongo, JJ Smit, Christi Viljoen, Pikky Ya France and Craig Williams

Netherlands: Pieter Seelaar (c), Colin Ackermann, Philippe Boissevain, Ben Cooper, Ryan ten Doeschate, Scott Edwards (wk), Brandon Glover, Timm van der Gugten, Fred Klaassen, Paul van Meekeren, Roelof van der Merwe, Max O’Dowd, Shane Snater, Antonius Staal and Tobias Visee

Nigeria: Ademola Onikoyi (c), Sylvester Okpe (vc), Abiodun Abioye, Sesan Adedeji, Vincent Adewoye, Daniel Ajekun, Chima Akachukwu, Daniel Gim, Segun Ogundipe, Isaac Okpe, Chimezie Onwuzulike, Leke Oyede, Sulaimon Runsewe, Mohameed Taiwo and Codi Yusuf

Oman: Zeeshan Maqsood (c), Aqib Ilyas (vc), Khawar Ali, Fayyaz Butt, Sandeep Goud, Aamir Kaleem, Kaleemullah, Bilal Khan, Mehran Khan, Naseem Khushi, Suraj Kumar (wk), Sufyan Mehmood, Khurram Nawaz, Jay Odedra and Jatinder Singh

Papua New Guinea: Assad Vala (c), Charles Amini (vc), Simon Atai, Sese Bau, Kiplin Doriga, Riley Hekure, Hiri Hiri, Jason Kila, Nosaina Pokana, Damien Ravu, John Reva, Lega Siaka, Chad Soper, Norman Vanua and Tony Ura

Scotland: Kyle Coetzer (c), Richie Berrington, Matthew Cross (wk), Josh Davey, Alasdair Evans, Ollie Hairs, Michael Leask, Calum MacLeod, George Munsey, Adrian Neill, Safyaan Sharif, Tom Sole, Hamza Tahir, Craig Wallace and Mark Watt

Singapore: Amjad Mahboob (c), Vinoth Baskaran, Surendran Chandramohan, Tim David, Avi Dixit, Aritra Dutta, Rezza Gaznavi, Anantha Krishna, Navin Param, Janak Prakash, Rohan Rangarajan, Manpreet Singh (wk), Sidhant Singh, Aryaman Sunil and Selladore Vijayakumar

United Arab Emirates: Ahmed Raza (c), Ashfaq Ahmed, Sultan Ahmed, Waheed Ahmed, Mohammad Boota, Darius D’Silva, Zawar Farid, Imran Haider, Zahoor Khan, Rohan Mustafa, Ghulam Shabber (wk), Rameez Shahzad, Junaid Sidique, Chirag Suri and Muhammad Usman

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