Serena Williams Titles

Serena Williams won a total of 73 singles titles, 23 Women’s Doubles Titles, and 2 Mixed Doubles titles for a total of 98 Career Titles.

Serena is eleventh on the list in terms of most women’s titles in the open era behind the current record holder Martina Navratilova, who won a total of 354 career titles.

Below I will look at which singles and doubles titles Serena Williams won during her tennis career as well as look at who she beat in the finals of each one.

Serena Williams Titles

Serena Williams Singles Titles

By the end of her tennis career, Serena Williams had won a total of 73 singles titles on the WTA tour with her first singles title coming at the Open Gaz de France in 1999 and her last singles title coming at the WTA Auckland Open in 2020.

Serena’s first grand slam singles title came at the 1999 US Open where she beat Martina Hingis 6-3, 7-6 in the final.

Serena’s last grand slam singles title came at the 2017 Australian Open where she beat her sister Venus 6-4, 6-4 in the final.

YearTournamentOpponent in FinalScoreLevel
2020WTA Auckland OpenJessica Pegula6-3, 6-4WTA 250
2017Australian OpenVenus Williams6-4, 6-4Grand Slam
2016WimbledonAngelique Kerber7-5, 6-3Grand Slam
2016Italian OpenMadison Keys7-6, 6-3WTA 1000
2015Australian OpenMaria Sharapova6-3, 7-6Grand Slam
2015WimbledonGarbine Muguruza6-4, 6-4Grand Slam
2015French OpenLucie Safarova6-3, 6-7, 6-2Grand Slam
2015Cincinnati MastersSimona Halep6-3, 7-6WTA 1000
2015Miami OpenCarla Suárez Navarro6-2, 6-0WTA 1000
2014US OpenCaroline Wozniacki6-3, 6-3Grand Slam
2014WTA FinalsSimona Halep6-3, 6-0WTA
2014Brisbane InternationalVictoria Azarenka6-4, 7-5WTA 500
2014Cincinnati MastersAna Ivanovic6-4, 6-1WTA 1000
2014Italian OpenSara Errani6-3, 6-0WTA 1000
2014Miami OpenNa LI7-5, 6-1WTA 1000
2014Silicon Valley ClassicAngelique Kerber7-6, 6-3WTA 500
2013French OpenMaria Sharapova6-4, 6-4Grand Slam
2013US OpenVictoria Azarenka7-6, 6-7, 6-1Grand Slam
2013WTA FinalsNa Li2-6, 6-3, 6-0WTA
2013Brisbane InternationalAnastasia Pavlyuchenkova6-2, 6-1WTA 500
2013Canadian OpenSorana Cirstea6-2, 6-0WTA 1000
2013Charleston OpenJelena Jankovic3-6, 6-0, 6-2WTA 500
2013China OpenJelena Jankovic6-2, 6-2WTA 1000
2013Italian OpenVictoria Azarenka6-1, 6-3WTA 1000
2013Madrid OpenMaria Sharapova6-1, 6-4WTA 1000
2013Miami OpenMaria Sharapova4-6, 6-3, 6-0WTA 1000
2013Swedish OpenJohanna Larsson6-4, 6-1WTA 250
2012WimbledonAgnieszka Radwanska6-1, 5-7, 6-2Grand Slam
2012US OpenVictoria Azarenka6-2, 2-6, 7-5Grand Slam
2012WTA FinalsMaria Sharapova6-4, 6-3WTA
2012Charleston OpenLucie Safarova6-0, 6-1WTA 500
2012Madrid OpenVictoria Azarenka6-1, 6-3WTA 1000
2012Silicon Valley ClassicCoco Vandeweghe7-5, 6-3WTA 500
2012London OlympicsMaria Sharapova 6-0, 6-1Olympics
2011Canadian OpenSam Stosur6-4, 6-2WTA 1000
2011Silicon Valley ClassicMarion Bartoli7-5, 6-1WTA 500
2010WimbledonVera Zvonareva6-3, 6-2Grand Slam
2010Australian OpenJustine Henin6-4, 3-6, 6-2Grand Slam
2009WimbledonVenus Williams7-6, 6-2Grand Slam
2009Australian OpenDinara Safina6-0, 6-3Grand Slam
2009WTA FinalsVenus Williams6-2, 7-6WTA
2008US OpenJelena Jankovic6-4, 7-5Grand Slam
2008Charleston OpenVera Zvonareva6-4, 3-6, 6-3WTA 500
2008Miami OpenJelena Jankovic6-1, 5-7, 6-3WTA 1000
2008WTA Indian OpenPatty Schnyder7-5, 6-3ITF
2007Australian OpenMaria Sharapova6-1, 6-2Grand Slam
2007Miami OpenJustine Henin0-6, 7-5, 6-3WTA 1000
2005Australian OpenLindsay Davenport2-6, 6-3, 6-0Grand Slam
2004China OpenSvetlana Kuznetsova4-6, 7-5, 6-4WTA 1000
2004Miami OpenElena Dementieva6-1, 6-1WTA 1000
2003Australian OpenVenus Williams7-6, 3-6, 6-4Grand Slam
2003WimbledonVenus Williams4-6, 6-4, 6-2Grand Slam
2003Miami OpenJennifer Capriati4-6, 6-4, 6-1WTA 1000
2003Open GDF SuezAmélie Mauresmo6–3, 6–2WTA 500
2002WimbledonVenus Williams7-6, 6-3Grand Slam
2002French OpenVenus Williams7-5, 6-3Grand Slam
2002US OpenVenus Williams6-4, 6-3Grand Slam
2002Italian OpenJustine Henin7-6, 6-4WTA 1000
2002Miami OpenJennifer Capriati7-5, 7-6WTA 1000
2002Sparkassen CupAnastasia Myskina6–3, 6–2ITF
2002State Farm ClassicJennifer Capriati6-2, 4-6, 6-4ITF
2002Toyota Princess CupKim Clijsters2-6, 6-3, 6-3ITF
2001WTA FinalsLindsay DavenportWalkoverWTA
2001Canadian OpenJennifer Capriati6-1, 6-7, 6-3WTA 1000
2001BNP Paribas OpenKim Clijsters4-6, 6-4, 6-2WTA 1000
2000Faber Grand PrixDenisa Chládková6–1, 6–1ITF
2000LA Women’s Tennis ChampionshipsLindsay Davenport4-6, 6-4, 7-6WTA 500
2000Toyota Princess CupJulie Halard-Decugis7-5, 6-1ITF
1999US OpenMartina Hingis6-3, 7-6Grand Slam
1999Grand Slam CupVenus Williams6-1, 3-6, 6-3ITF
1999BNP Paribas OpenSteffi Graf6-3, 3-6, 7-5WTA 1000
1999LA Women’s Tennis ChampionshipsJulie Halard-Decugis6-1, 6-4WTA 500
1999Open GDF SuezAmélie Mauresmo6–2, 3–6, 7–6WTA 500

Serena Williams Doubles Titles ( Women’s and Mixed Doubles)

Serena Williams has won a total of 25 doubles titles (23 Women’s Doubles Titles and 2 mixed doubles titles) with three different partners (Venus Williams, Alexandra Stevenson, and Max Mirnyi.

YearTournamentPartnerOpponents in FinalScoreLevel
2016WimbledonVenus WilliamsTimea Babos and Yaroslava Shvedova6-3, 6-4Grand Slam
2012WimbledonVenus WilliamsAndrea Sestini Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka7-5, 6-4Grand Slam
2012London OlympicsVenus WilliamsAndrea Sestini Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka6-4, 6-4Olympics
2010Australian OpenVenus WilliamsCara Black and Liezel Huber6-4, 6-3Grand Slam
2010Madrid OpenVenus WilliamsGisela Dulko and Flavia Pennetta6-2, 7-5WTA 1000
2010French OpenVenus WilliamsKveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik6-2, 6-3Grand Slam
2009Australian OpenVenus WilliamsDaniela Hantuchova and Ai Sugiyama6-3, 6-3Grand Slam
2009WimbledonVenus WilliamsRennae Stubbs and Sam Stosur7-6, 6-4Grand Slam
2009Bank of the West ClassicVenus WilliamsMonica Niculescu and Latisha Chan6-4, 6-1WTA 500
2009US OpenVenus WilliamsCara Black and Liezel Huber6-2, 6-2Grand Slam
2008WimbledonVenus WilliamsLisa Raymond and Sam Stosur6-2, 6-2Grand Slam
2008Beijing OlympicsVenus WilliamsVirginia Ruano Pascual and Anabel Medina Garrigues6-2, 6-0Olympics
2003Australian OpenVenus WilliamsVirginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez4-6, 6-4, 6-3Grand Slam
2002WimbledonVenus WilliamsVirginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez6-2, 7-5Grand Slam
2002Sparkassen CupAlexandra StevensonJanette Husarova  and Paola Suárez6-3, 7-5ITF
2001Australian OpenVenus WilliamsLindsay Davenport and Corina Morariu6-2, 4-6, 6-4Grand Slam
2000WimbledonVenus WilliamsJulie Halard-Decugis and Ai Sugiyama6-3, 6-2Grand Slam
2000Sydney OlympicsVenus WilliamsKristie Boogert and Miriam Oremans6-1, 6-1Olympics
1999HannoverVenus WilliamsAlexandra Fusai and Nathalie Tauziat5-7, 6-2, 6-2ITF
1999French OpenVenus WilliamsMartina Hingus and Anna Kournikova6-3, 6-7, 8-6Grand Slam
1999US OpenVenus WilliamsChanda Rubin and Sandrine Testud4-6, 6-1, 6-4Grand Slam
1998Oklahoma CityVenus WilliamsCatalina Cristea and Kristine Kunce7-5, 6-2ITF
1998ZurichVenus WilliamsMariaan De Swardt and Elena Tatarkova5-7, 6-1, 6-3ITF
1998Wimbledon (Mixed)Max MirnyiMahesh Bhupathi and Mirjana Lučić6–4, 6–4Grand Slam
1998US Open (Mixed)Max MirnyiLisa Raymond and Patrick Galbraith6-2, 6-2Grand Slam

Serena Williams Titles by Year

Serena Williams won her first WTA title in 1998 with her last WTA title coming in 2020.

YearSingles TitlesDoubles TitlesTotal
1998044
1999538
2000325
2001314
20028210
2003415
2004202
2005101
2006000
2007202
2008426
2009347
2010235
2011202
2012729
201311011
2014707
2015505
2016213
2017101
2018000
2019000
2020101
2021000
2022000
Totals732598

FAQ

Where did Serena Williams win her first Singles Title?

Serena Williams won her first singles title at the 1999 Open GDF Suez, where she beat Amélie Mauresmo 6–2, 3–6, 7–6 in the final

Has Serena Williams won the most WTA singles titles in tennis?

No, Martina Navratilova currently holds the record for most WTA singles titles with 167 titles to her name.

Has Serena Williams won all four Grand Slams?

Yes, Serena has won all 4 grand slam titles at least 3 times.

How old was Serena Williams when she won her last Grand Slam?

Serena Williams was 34 years old when she won her last grand slam tournament at the 2017 Australian Open.

Serena is also one of a small list of players who have won multiple grand slam tournaments over the age of 30.

Has Serena Williams won all the Grand Slams at least twice?

Yes, Serena has won the Australian Open seven times, the French Open three times, Wimbledon seven times, and the US Open six times.

Has Serena Williams won all 4 Grand Slams in the same year?

No, Serena Williams has never won all 4 Grand Slams in the same year.

The closest she came was in 2002 and 2015 when she won 3 out of the 4 grand slam tournaments.

How old was Serena Williams when she won her first Grand Slam?

Serena was 17 years old when she won her first grand slam title at the 1999 US Open.

How many trophies does Serena Williams have?

On the Pro Tour, Serena would have received trophies for winning each of her 98 Career Titles.