The eight best players in the world will compete for the biggest prize money check in the history of professional tennis as the WTA's year-end championships is played for the first time in its new home of Shenzhen in 2019.

Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka, Simona Halep and Bianca Andreescu are among the 'elite eight' who will be battling for the title at the 2019 Shiseido WTA Finals Shenzhen, live from Shenzhen from 27 October-3 November.

WTA Finals Shenzhen Live Streaming

WTA Finals Shenzhen tennis is live from 27 October-3 November 2019. Matches are televised via BT Sports in the UK, but bookmaker bet365 are also offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.

Watch and bet on Shenzhen tennis live at bet365 > live streaming > tennis (geo-restrictions apply; funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify)


How to watch & bet on WTA Finals Shenzhen tennis

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3. Select Live Streaming

4. Select 'Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ dropdown menu

5. Enjoy a live stream & in-play betting for WTA Finals Shenzhen tennis, live from 27 October-3 November 2019

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WTA FINALS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

Here is the tournament schedule for the 2019 WTA Finals Shenzhen.


WTA Finals Shenzhen 2019 groups

The eight players who qualify for the WTA Finals Shenzhen are divided into two groups by the draw, with each group headed by one of the top two seeds.

The groups will then compete against each other in round-robin matches with the top two players in each group progressing to the semifinals.

Here are the groups for the 2019 WTA Finals Shenzhen, and each player's record against the others in their group.

Red Group: Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka, Petra Kvitova, Belinda Bencic

Purple Group: Karolina Pliskova, Bianca Andreescu, Simona Halep, Elina Svitolina

Red Group: Player head-to-heads

SeedPlayervs Bartyvs Osakavs Kvitovavs BencicCombined
1Ashleigh Barty-1-22-40-03-6
3Naomi Osaka2-1-1-01-34-4
6Petra Kvitova4-20-1-4-18-4
7Belinda Bencic0-03-11-4-4-5

Purple Group: Player head-to-heads

SeedPlayervs Pliskovavs Andreescuvs Halepvs SvitolinaCombined
2Karolina Pliskova-0-13-75-38-11
4Bianca Andreescu1-0-0-01-02-0
5Simona Halep7-30-0-4-411-7
8Elina Svitolina3-50-14-4-7-10

WTA FINALS SHENZHEN PLAYERS 2019

Only the very best players in the world can qualify for the WTA Finals Shenzhen, the year-end event designed to pit the cream of the crop against each other until one is crowned the best of the best (and rewarded with the biggest prize money check in tennis history).

The objective of the tournament is to bring together the eight best players of the season and have them compete for one of the biggest titles of that season, bringing the year in women's tennis to a glittering conclusion.

Qualification for the WTA Finals Shenzhen is tracked by the Porsche Road to Shenzhen, special rankings which, unlike the official WTA computer rankings which are on a rolling 52-week basis, track the accumulation of points over the calendar year. In other words, whatever a player has done in previous seasons, everyone - from the world no. 1 to the WTA Finals Shenzhen champion right the way on down - starts from zero on January 1st and has the chance to be among the elite eight when the season ends. All they have to do is compile the most points in WTA Tour events and Grand Slams.

Here are the eight players who will be competing at the 2019 WTA Finals Shenzhen.

PM = Premier Mandatory
P5 = Premier-5
P = Premier
I = International

#1 Ashleigh Barty

Rank: 1

Age: 23

Representing: Australia

2019 record
Win-loss: 52-11
Titles: French Open, Miami (PM), Birmingham (P)
Other best results: Runner-up in Beijing (PM) and Sydney (P)

WTA Finals record
First appearance

Head-to-head vs the field:
7-16

Australia's Ash Barty will be making her singles debut at the WTA Finals in 2019 after a brilliant breakthrough season which saw the softly-spoken young woman begin the year by making her first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the Australian Open, go on to win her biggest title so far at the Miami Open and be crowned Australia's first Grand Slam champion for almost a decade at the French Open.

Barty went on to rise to world no. 1 after winning the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham and has largely held on to the top spot since. She comes into Shenzhen off the back of a strong Asian swing which saw her reach the semifinals of the Wuhan Open and the final of the China Open where she finished runner-up to Naomi Osaka.

One potential issue for Barty is that the only member of the field she has a winning record against - Karolina Pliskova - she can't possibly draw in the same round-robin group, but she has at least one win against all the other seven players except for Bianca Andreescu and Belinda Bencic, whom she has never played, and Elina Svitolina, who has won all five of their previous encounters.

#2 Karolina Pliskova

Rank: 2

Age: 27

Representing: Czech Republic

2019 record
Win-loss: 50-15
Titles: Rome (PT), Brisbane (P), Eastbourne (P), Zhengzhou (P)
Other best results: Australian Open semifinal

WTA Finals record
Played: 3 (2016-18)
Best result: Semifinalist, 2017-18
Win-loss record: 5-6

Head-to-head vs the field:
13-20

'Ace queen' Karolina Pliskova, one of two Czech players in the WTA Finals Shenzhen field, has capped another strong season by qualifying for the season-ending championships for the fourth straight year. Starting the year with a run to the Australian Open semifinals, pulling off a remarkable comeback win over Serena Williams in the quarterfinals, Pliskova went on to win prestigious titles on clay (Rome), grass (Eastbourne) and hard courts (Brisbane and Zhengzhou).

A semifinalist in 2017 and 2018 in Singapore, will Pliskova find the courts in Shenzhen to her taste? The big-serving Czech only has a winning record against one player in the field, Elina Svitolina, but has won multiple matches against Ashleigh Barty, Simona Halep and Naomi Osaka in the past.

#3 Naomi Osaka

Rank: 3

Age: 22

Representing: Japan

2019 record
Win-loss: 39-11
Titles: Australian Open, Beijing (PM), Osaka (P)
Other best results: Semifinalist, Brisbane (P), Sydney (P)

WTA Finals record
Played: 1 (2018)
Best result: RR, 2018
Win-loss record: 0-3

Head-to-head vs the field:
11-13

Naomi Osaka returns to the WTA Finals a year after making her debut in Singapore, and will be hoping to do better than she did when, hampered by injury, she went winless in the round-robin stages on her debut.

Osaka started 2019 by becoming the first player in almost 20 years to win their first Grand Slam titles back-to-back when she won the Australian Open after having claimed her maiden major at the 2018 US Open. Becoming world no. 1 at the same time, Osaka had some sub-par results and discarded two coaches but surged back strongly during the Asian swing, winning the Pan-Pacific Open after finishing runner-up twice and going on to win the China Open in Beijing.

The powerful Japanese-Haitian player has a winning or tied record against every player in the field except for Simona Halep and Belinda Bencic, who she will be hoping to avoid in the round-robin.

#4 Bianca Andreescu

Rank; 4

Age: 19

Representing: Canada

2019 record
Win-loss: 48-5
Titles: US Open, Indian Wells (PM), Toronto (P5)
Other best results: Runner-up, Auckland (I)

WTA Finals record:
First appearance

H2H vs the field:
3-1

An incredible, record-breaking breakthrough season for Bianca Andreescu sees the 19-year-old Canadian, the youngest woman in the field, making her WTA Finals debut in Shenzhen in 2019.

Ranked world no. 152 in January, Andreescu has climbed all the way into the top five. Making her maiden WTA Tour final in the first week of the season in Auckland, she went on to win the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells in March as a wildcard ranked outside the top 50. A shoulder injury largely kept her off the court until August when she returned in style, winning the Rogers Cup in Canada before becoming the nation's first Grand Slam champion at the US Open.

Andreescu's 17-match winning streak was finally snapped in Beijing by Naomi Osaka, who also became the first top-10 player to beat the young Canadian after she defeated the first eight that she faced.

#5 Simona Halep

Rank: 5

Age: 28

Representing: Romania

2019 record
Win-loss: 42-15
Titles: Wimbledon
Other best results: Runner-up, Madrid (PM), Doha (P)

WTA Finals record
Played 4 (2014-17)
Best result: Runner-up, 2014
Win-loss record: 6-8

H2H vs the field:
23-12

One of only three players to have a winning record against the rest of the field, Wimbledon champion Simona Halep has qualified for the WTA Finals for the sixth straight year.

The Romanian was not able to play the WTA Finals in 2018 due to a back injury and there are injury concerns for Halep as well coming into the 2019 tournament: She has only won back-to-back matches once since Wimbledon, and that ended in a retirement in Toronto to Marie Bouzkova.

Since finishing runner-up to Serena Williams at the 2014 WTA Finals, Halep has only ever managed to win one round-robin match per appearance and will be hoping to improve on that in 2019.

#6 Petra Kvitova

Rank: 6

Age: 29

Country: Czech Republic

2019 record:
Win-loss: 37-13
Titles: Sydney (P), Stuttgart (P)
Other best results: Runner-up, Australian Open and Dubai (P5)

WTA Finals record
Played 6 (2011-15, 2018)
Best result: Champion, 2011
Win-loss: 10-11

H2H vs the field:
19-10

The oldest woman in the field, and the most experienced, two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova will be playing the WTA Finals for the seventh time when she takes to the court in Shenzhen.

Kvitova missed out on the season-ending championships in 2016 and 2017 but returned in 2018 after a strong season saw her return to the top 10 in the wake of the devastating injury she suffered at the end of 2016.

The left-hander has had her season impacted by a forearm injury in 2019 but still reached her third Grand Slam final at the Australian Open, finishing runner-up to Naomi Osaka, and won titles in Sydney and Stuttgart. Most recently she was a semifinalist in Wuhan.

#7 Belinda Bencic

Rank: 7

Age: 22

Representing: Switzerland

2019 record:
Win-loss: 48-20
Titles: Dubai (P5), Moscow (P)
Other best results: Semifinalist, US Open, Indian Wells (PM), Madrid (PM)

WTA Finals record:
First appearance

H2H vs the field:
9-9

The third player to be making their debut at the WTA Finals in 2019, Belinda Bencic was also the last to secure her place among the elite eight, which she did in dramatic fashion by winning the title at the Kremlin Cup in Moscow.

Ranked outside the top 50 at the beginning of 2019 after having to battle back following some serious injury problems, the former teenage phenomenon made her first major semifinal in 2019 at the US Open and beat four top-10 players in a row to win the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.

#8 Elina Svitolina

Rank: 8

Age: 25

Country: Ukraine

2019 record:
Win-loss: 35-21
Titles: 0
Other best results: Semifinalist, Wimbledon, US Open, Indian Wells (PM)

WTA Finals record: 
Played 2 (2017-18)
Best result: Champion, 2018
Win-loss: 6-2

H2H vs the field:
18-22

Defending champion Elina Svitolina has had an up and down season as she struggled with a knee injury and failed to win a title, but did record the best Grand Slam results of her career, making the semifinals of Wimbledon and the US Open.

One of the last to secure her spot, Svitolina will hope for equal success as she returns to the scene of her greatest career triumph. Unheralded in 2018 when she made a brilliant run to the title without losing a match, the Ukrainian will be under much more pressure as the defending champion in Shenzhen.

About the WTA Finals SHENZHEN

The showcase event in women’s tennis and perhaps the fifth biggest tournament of the year, the WTA Finals Shenzhen brings together the best players of the season to compete against each other for the immense prize that is the season-ending championships.

The year-end championships will be played for the first time in Shenzhen in 2019, with the event's previous sojourn in Singapore giving way to the Chinese city in a landmark ten-year deal which includes a potential $4.75 million prize check for an undefeated champion - the largest purse in the history of men's or women's tennis.

Only the top eight women in the season qualify, with the standings determined not by rolling 52-week rankings but by the points compiled during the year to date thus far. Known as the ‘Road to Shenzhen' and sponsored by Porsche, these rankings provide an invaluable snapshot of which players are having the best year. Every woman on the WTA Tour wants to qualify and, as the season-ending event draws closer, the battles become fiercer, with duels for the last remaining spots often going down to the wire and adding an additional piquancy to the Asian and European events which follow the last Grand Slam of the year.

The eight women who qualify for the WTA Finals Shenzhen are drawn into two groups of four and compete in round-robin matches, with the top two players from each group reaching the semifinals. Then the slate is wiped clean as the top four compete in the semifinals and then the finals – which can lead to some unusual results, as we saw in 2015 when Agnieszka Radwanska won the WTA Finals Singapore despite having gone 1-2 in the group stages, defeating Garbine Muguruza and Petra Kvitova in the semifinals and final. The WTA Finals also features eight doubles teams competing in a similar format. In 2019, Elina Svitolina became the first undefeated champion at the WTA Finals since Serena Williams in 2013.

First played in 1972, the WTA Finals have been known by various names and played in different formats and cities since its inception, but its role as the climax of the WTA Tour season and one of its most prestigious and fiercely-sought prizes has not altered. Previous locations have included New York, Munich, Madrid, Qatar and Istanbul. In addition to the prize money which is now at record levels, the winner also lifts the Billie Jean King trophy, named for one of the most iconic athletes of all time.

Four-time champion Chris Evert was the first woman to triumph at the WTA Finals when she lifted the trophy in 1972, defeating Kerry Melville Reid in the final, although Evert was rapidly eclipsed by perpetual rival Martina Navratilova who still holds the record for most titles. Navratilova won the WTA Finals eight times between 1978 and 1986 and also finished runner-up four times in 1975, 1980, 1982 and 1989. Other multiple WTA Finals champions include five-time winner Steffi Graf, three-time champion Monica Seles and two-time champion Martina Hingis.

In recent years, Justine Henin (2006-7), Kim Clijsters (2002-3, 2009) and Amelie Mauresmo (2005) have all taken the WTA Finals title but no woman has been more successful than Serena Williams. The 23-time Grand Slam champion won the WTA Finals for the first time in 2001, took her second title eight years later in 2009 and went on to win a trio of titles in 2012-14. Williams hasn't played the event since, withdrawing in 2015 and 2016 due to injury and missing the WTA Finals in 2017 after giving birth to her daughter.

Other active WTA Finals champions include 2004 winner Maria Sharapova, who also finished runner-up in 2007 and 2012; 2008 champion Venus Williams; 2011 victor Petra Kvitova, who also finished runner-up in 2015 to Radwanska; and 2016 champion Dominika Cibulkova, who crowned a remarkable comeback from injury by defeating Australian Open and Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber in the Singapore final. 

The 2017 WTA Finals Singapore saw Caroline Wozniacki, the former world no. 1 and two-time US Open runner-up, cap a season which saw her reach a remarkable eight WTA Tour finals by defeating Simona Halep, Karolina Pliskova and Venus Williams to claim the biggest title of her career. Wozniacki would go on to win her first major title at the 2018 Australian Open. In 2018, Elina Svitolina came in as an underdog but won all three of her round-robin matches before defeating Kvitova and Pliskova to claim the biggest title of her career.

Will the 2019 WTA Finals, in their new home of Shenzhen, see another first-time winner?

WTA Finals Tournament Information

Fast facts about the WTA Finals Shenzhen

WTA FinalsShiseido WTA Finals Shenzhen
Dates27 October-3 November 2019
LocationShenzhen, China
VenueShenzhen Bay Sports Centre
CategoryYear-end championships
First played1972
Draw size8 singles players
8 doubles teams
SurfaceHard (indoors)
Prize moneyUS$4.75 million (undefeated champion)
Reigning singles championElina Svitolina
Reigning doubles championsTimea Babos/Kristina Mladenovic

WTA Finals Ranking Points

This table lists the ranking points awarded by the WTA Tour for reaching various rounds at the WTA Finals Shenzhen. 

WTA Finals Singapore ranking points

RoundPointsMaximum points
Round-robin250 for each win
150 for each loss
750
Final3301080
Champion4201500

WTA FINALS SHENZHEN PRIZE MONEY

Here is the prize money awarded for recording various results at the WTA Finals Shenzhen.

WTA FINALS CHAMPION
$4,725,000 – if undefeated (3 round-robin wins)
$4,420,000 – if 2 round-robin wins
$4,115,000 – if 1 round-robin win
 
WTA FINALS RUNNER-UP
$2,400,000 – if undefeated (3 round-robin wins)
$2,095,000 – if 2 round-robin wins
$1,790,000 – if 1 round-robin win
 
WTA FINALS SEMIFINALISTS
$1,300,000 – if undefeated (3 round-robin wins)
$995,000 – if 2 round-robin wins
$690,000 – if 1 round-robin win

WTA Finals Champions

Here is a list of all the players who have won the singles title at the season-ending WTA championships, which has been known by different names and played in different locations over the years.

Players who are still active in singles are given in bold.

Past winners of the WTA Finals

YearChampionRunner-upTournament nameLocation
1972Chris EvertKerry Melville ReidVirginia Slims ChampionshipsBoca Raton
1973Chris Evert (2)Nancy Richer GuntherVirginia Slims ChampionshipsBoca Raton
1974Evonne Goolagong CawleyChris EvertVirginia Slims ChampionshipsLos Angeles
1975Chris Evert (3)Martina NavratilovaVirginia Slims ChampionshipsLos Angeles
1976Evonne Goolagong Cawley (2)Chris EvertVirginia Slims ChampionshipsLos Angeles
1977Chris Evert (4)Sue BarkerVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1978Martina NavratilovaEvonne Goolagong CawleyVirginia Slims ChampionshipsOakland
1979Martina Navratilova (2)Tracy AustinAvon ChampionshipsNew York
1980Tracy AustinMartina NavratilovaAvon ChampionshipsNew York
1981Martina Navratilova (3)Andrea JaegerAvon ChampionshipsNew York
1982Sylvia HanikaMartina NavratilovaAvon ChampionshipsNew York
1983Martina Navratilova (4)Chris EvertVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1984Martina Navratilova (5)Chris EvertVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1985Martina Navratilova (6)Helena SukovaVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1986 (March)Martina Navratilova (7)Hana MandlikovaVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1986 (November)Martina Navratilova (8)Steffi GrafVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1987Steffi GrafGabriela SabatiniVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1988Gabriela SabatiniPam ShriverVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1989Steffi Graf (2)Martina NavratilovaVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1990Monica SelesGabriela SabatiniVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1991Monica Seles (2)Martina NavratilovaVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1992Monica Seles (3)Martina NavratilovaVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1993Steffi Graf (3)Arantxa Sanchez VicarioVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1994Gabriela Sabatini (2)Lindsay DavenportVirginia Slims ChampionshipsNew York
1995Steffi Graf (4)Anke HuberWTA Tour ChampionshipsNew York
1996Steffi Graf (5)Martina HingisChase ChampionshipsNew York
1997Jana NovotnaMary PierceChase ChampionshipsNew York
1998Martina HingisLindsay DavenportChase ChampionshipsNew York
1999Lindsay DavenportMartina HingisChase ChampionshipsNew York
2000Martina Hingis (2)Monica SelesChase ChampionshipsNew York
2001Serena WilliamsLindsay DavenportSanex ChampionshipsMunich
2002Kim ClijstersSerena WilliamsHome Depot ChampionshipsLos Angeles
2003Kim Clijsters (2)Amelie MauresmoBank of America WTA Tour ChampionshipsLos Angeles
2004Maria SharapovaSerena WilliamsWTA Tour ChampionshipsLos Angeles
2005Amelie MauresmoMary PierceSony Ericsson ChampionshipsLos Angeles
2006Justine HeninAmelie MauresmoSony Ericsson ChampionshipsMadrid
2007Justine Henin (2)Maria SharapovaSony Ericsson ChampionshipsMadrid
2008Venus WilliamsVera ZvonarevaSony Ericsson ChampionshipsDoha
2009Serena Williams (2)Venus WilliamsSony Ericsson ChampionshipsDoha
2010Kim Clijsters (3)Caroline WozniackiSony Ericsson ChampionshipsDoha
2011Petra KvitovaVictoria AzarenkaTEB-BNP Paribas WTA ChampionshipsIstanbul
2012Serena Williams (3)Maria SharapovaTEB-BNP Paribas WTA ChampionshipsIstanbul
2013Serena Williams (4)Li NaTEB-BNP Paribas WTA ChampionshipsIstanbul
2014Serena Williams (5)Simona HalepBNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC GlobalSingapore
2015Agnieszka RadwanskaPetra KvitovaBNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC GlobalSingapore
2016Dominika CibulkovaAngelique KerberBNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC GlobalSingapore
2017Caroline WozniackiVenus WilliamsBNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC GlobalSingapore
2018Elina SvitolinaKarolina PliskovaBNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC GlobalSingapore

WTA Finals Player Records

Most appearances at the WTA Finals

Here is a list of all the players who have competed at the WTA's season-ending championships, and the years in which they did so as well as their best result.

Players who are still active in singles are given in bold.

Most appearances at the WTA Finals since 2003

PlayerNo. of appearancesYear(s)Best result
Agnieszka Radwanska82008-9, 2011-16Champion (2015)
Maria Sharapova82004-7, 2011-12, 2015Champion (2004)
Elena Dementieva72003-6, 2007-10SF (2008)
Serena Williams72004, 2007-9, 2012-14Champion (2009, 2012-14)
Svetlana Kuznetsova62004, 2006-9, 2016SF (2016)
Petra Kvitova62011-15, 2018Champion (2011)
Caroline Wozniacki62009-11, 2014, 2017-2018Champion (2017)
Victoria Azarenka52009-13Runner-up (2011)
Jelena Jankovic52007-10, 2013SF (2008-9. 2013)
Angelique Kerber52012-13, 2015-16, 2018Runner-up (2016)
Vera Zvonareva52004, 2008-11Runner-up (2008)
Kim Clijsters42003, 2005-6, 2010Champion (2003, 2010)
Simona Halep42014-17Runner-up (2014)
Justine Henin32003, 2006-7Champion (2006-7)
Ana Ivanovic32007-8, 2014SF (2007)
Li Na32011-13Runner-up (2013)
Nadia Petrova32005-6, 2008RR (2005-6, 2008)
Karolina Pliskova32016-18Runner-up (2018)
Samantha Stosur32010-12SF (2010-11)
Venus Williams32008-9, 2017Champion (2008)
Marion Bartoli22007, 2011RR (2007, 2011)
Lindsay Davenport22004-5SF (2004)
Sara Errani22012-13RR (2012-13)
Garbine Muguruza22015-16SF (2015)
Anastasia Myskina22003-4SF (2003)
Dinara Safina22008-9RR (2008-9)
Elena Svitolina22017-2018Champion (2018)
Kiki Bertens12018SF (2018)
Eugenie Bouchard12014RR (2014)
Jennifer Capriati12003SF (2003)
Anna Chakvetadze12007SF (2007)
Dominika Cibulkova12016Champion (2016)
Daniela Hantuchova12007RR (2007)
Martina Hingis12006RR (2006)
Madison Keys12016RR (2016)
Naomi Osaka12018RR (2018)
Flavia Pennetta12015RR (2015)
Mary Pierce12005Runner-up (2005)
Chanda Rubin12003RR (2003)
Lucie Safarova12015RR (2015)
Francesca Schiavone12010RR (2010)
Patty Schnyder12005RR (2005)
Sloane Stephens12018SF (2018)
Ai Sugiyama12003RR (2003)

Most titles won at the WTA Finals

Here is a list of the players who have won the most titles at the WTA's season-ending championships.

Players who are still active in singles are given in bold.

Players who have won the most titles at the WTA Finals

PlayerNo. of titlesYear(s)
Martina Navratilova81978-9, 1981, 1983-6
Serena Williams52001, 2009, 2012-14
Steffi Graf51987, 1989, 1993, 1995, 1996
Chris Evert41972-3, 1975, 1977
Kim Clijsters32002-3, 2010
Monica Seles31990-2
Justine Henin22006-7
Martina Hingis21998, 2000
Gabriela Sabatini21988, 1994
Evonne Goolagong Cawley21974, 1976
Tracy Austin11980
Dominika Cibulkova12016
Lindsay Davenport11997
Sylvia Hanika11982
Petra Kvitova12011
Amelie Mauresmo12005
Jana Novotna11999
Agnieszka Radwanska12015
Maria Sharapova12004
Elina Svitolina12018
Venus Williams12008
Caroline Wozniacki12017

Most finals reached at the WTA Finals

Here is a list of the players who have reached the most finals at the WTA's season-ending championships.

Players who are still active in singles are given in bold.

Most finals reached at the WTA Finals

PlayerNo. of finals reachedYear(s)
Martina Navratilova141975, 1978-9, 1981-6, 1991-2
Chris Evert81972-77, 1983-4
Serena Williams72001-2, 2004, 2009, 2012-14
Steffi Graf61986-7, 1989, 1993, 1995-6
Lindsay Davenport41994, 1998-9, 2001
Martina Hingis41996, 1998-9, 2000
Gabriela Sabatini41987-8, 1990, 1994
Monica Seles41990-92, 2000
Kim Clijsters32002-3, 2010
Evonne Goolagong Cawley31974, 1976, 1978
Amelie Mauresmo32003, 2005-6
Maria Sharapova32004, 2007, 2012
Venus Williams32008-9, 2017
Tracy Austin21979-80
Justine Henin22006-7
Petra Kvitova22011, 2015
Mary Pierce21997, 2005
Caroline Wozniacki22010, 2017
Victoria Azarenka12011
Sue Barker11977
Simona Halep12014
Sylvia Hanika11982
Anke Huber11995
Andrea Jaeger11981
Angelique Kerber12016
Li Na12013
Hana Mandlikova11986
Kerry Melville Reid11972
Jana Novotna11997
Karolina Pliskova12018
Agnieszka Radwanska12015
Nancy Richey Gunter11973
Arantxa Sanchez Vicario11993
Pam Shriver11988
Helena Sukova11985
Elina Svitolina12018
Vera Zvonareva12008

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