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 won during her tennis career as well as look at who she beat in the finals of each one.

Serena Williams Titles

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 in Auckland 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 FinalScoreWTA Level
2020AucklandJessica Pegula6-3, 6-4250
2017Australian OpenVenus Williams6-4, 6-4Grand Slam (or “GS”)
2016WimbledonAngelique Kerber7-5, 6-3GS
2016RomeMadison Keys7-6, 6-31000
2015Australian OpenMaria Sharapova6-3, 7-6GS
2015WimbledonGarbine Muguruza6-4, 6-4GS
2015Roland GarrosLucie Safarova6-3, 6-7, 6-2GS
2015Cincinnati MastersSimona Halep6-3, 7-61000
2015MiamiCarla Suárez Navarro6-2, 6-01000
2014US OpenCaroline Wozniacki6-3, 6-3GS
2014WTA FinalsSimona Halep6-3, 6-0YE Finals
2014Brisbane InternationalVictoria Azarenka6-4, 7-5500
2014Cincinnati MastersAna Ivanovic6-4, 6-11000
2014RomeSara Errani6-3, 6-01000
2014MiamiNa LI7-5, 6-11000
2014Silicon Valley ClassicAngelique Kerber7-6, 6-3500
2013Roland GarrosMaria Sharapova6-4, 6-4GS
2013US OpenVictoria Azarenka7-6, 6-7, 6-1GS
2013WTA FinalsNa Li2-6, 6-3, 6-0YE Finals
2013Brisbane InternationalAnastasia Pavlyuchenkova6-2, 6-1500
2013TorontoSorana Cirstea6-2, 6-01000
2013CharlestonJelena Jankovic3-6, 6-0, 6-2500
2013BeijingJelena Jankovic6-2, 6-21000
2013RomeVictoria Azarenka6-1, 6-31000
2013MadridMaria Sharapova6-1, 6-41000
2013MiamiMaria Sharapova4-6, 6-3, 6-01000
2013BastadJohanna Larsson6-4, 6-1250
2012WimbledonAgnieszka Radwanska6-1, 5-7, 6-2GS
2012US OpenVictoria Azarenka6-2, 2-6, 7-5GS
2012WTA FinalsMaria Sharapova6-4, 6-3YE Finals
2012CharlestonLucie Safarova6-0, 6-1500
2012MadridVictoria Azarenka6-1, 6-31000
2012Silicon Valley ClassicCoco Vandeweghe7-5, 6-3500
2012London OlympicsMaria Sharapova 6-0, 6-1Olympics
2011TorontoSam Stosur6-4, 6-21000
2011Silicon Valley ClassicMarion Bartoli7-5, 6-1500
2010WimbledonVera Zvonareva6-3, 6-2GS
2010Australian OpenJustine Henin6-4, 3-6, 6-2GS
2009WimbledonV.Williams7-6, 6-2GS
2009Australian OpenDinara Safina6-0, 6-3GS
2009WTA FinalsV.Williams6-2, 7-6YE Finals
2008US OpenJelena Jankovic6-4, 7-5GS
2008CharlestonVera Zvonareva6-4, 3-6, 6-3500
2008MiamiJelena Jankovic6-1, 5-7, 6-31000
2008BengaluruPatty Schnyder7-5, 6-3ITF
2007Australian OpenMaria Sharapova6-1, 6-2GS
2007MiamiJustine Henin0-6, 7-5, 6-31000
2005Australian OpenLindsay Davenport2-6, 6-3, 6-0GS
2004BeijingSvetlana Kuznetsova4-6, 7-5, 6-41000
2004MiamiElena Dementieva6-1, 6-11000
2003Australian OpenV.Williams7-6, 3-6, 6-4GS
2003WimbledonV.Williams4-6, 6-4, 6-2GS
2003MiamiJennifer Capriati4-6, 6-4, 6-11000
2003GDF SuezAmélie Mauresmo6–3, 6–2500
2002WimbledonV.Williams7-6, 6-3GS
2002Roland GarrosV.Williams7-5, 6-3GS
2002US OpenV.Williams6-4, 6-3GS
2002RomeJustine Henin7-6, 6-41000
2002MiamiJennifer Capriati7-5, 7-61000
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 DavenportWalkoverYE Finals
2001TorontoJennifer Capriati6-1, 6-7, 6-31000
2001Indian WellsKim Clijsters4-6, 6-4, 6-21000
2000Faber Grand PrixDenisa Chládková6–1, 6–1ITF
2000LA Women’s Tennis ChampionshipsLindsay Davenport4-6, 6-4, 7-6500
2000Toyota Princess CupJulie Halard-Decugis7-5, 6-1ITF
1999US OpenMartina Hingis6-3, 7-6GS
1999Grand Slam CupV.Williams6-1, 3-6, 6-3ITF
1999Indian WellsSteffi Graf6-3, 3-6, 7-51000
1999LA Women’s Tennis ChampionshipsJulie Halard-Decugis6-1, 6-4500
1999GDF SuezAmelie Mauresmo6–2, 3–6, 7–6500

Doubles Titles (Women’s and Mixed Doubles)

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

YearTournamentPartnerOpponents in FinalScoreWTA Level
2016WimbledonV.WilliamsTimea Babos and Yaroslava Shvedova6-3, 6-4GS
2012WimbledonV.WilliamsAndrea Sestini Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka7-5, 6-4GS
2012London OlympicsV.WilliamsAndrea Sestini Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka6-4, 6-4Olympics
2010Australian OpenV.WilliamsCara Black and Liezel Huber6-4, 6-3GS
2010MadridV.WilliamsGisela Dulko and Flavia Pennetta6-2, 7-51000
2010Roland GarrosV.WilliamsKveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik6-2, 6-3GS
2009Australian OpenV.WilliamsDaniela Hantuchova and Ai Sugiyama6-3, 6-3GS
2009WimbledonV.WilliamsRennae Stubbs and Sam Stosur7-6, 6-4GS
2009Bank of the West ClassicV.WilliamsMonica Niculescu and Latisha Chan6-4, 6-1500
2009US OpenV.WilliamsCara Black and Liezel Huber6-2, 6-2GS
2008WimbledonV.WilliamsLisa Raymond and Sam Stosur6-2, 6-2GS
2008Beijing OlympicsV.WilliamsVirginia Ruano Pascual and Anabel Medina Garrigues6-2, 6-0Olympics
2003Australian OpenV.WilliamsVirginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez4-6, 6-4, 6-3GS
2002WimbledonV.WilliamsVirginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez6-2, 7-5GS
2002Sparkassen CupAlexandra StevensonJanette Husarova  and Paola Suárez6-3, 7-5ITF
2001Australian OpenV.WilliamsLindsay Davenport and Corina Morariu6-2, 4-6, 6-4GS
2000WimbledonV.WilliamsJulie Halard-Decugis and Ai Sugiyama6-3, 6-2GS
2000Sydney OlympicsV.WilliamsKristie Boogert and Miriam Oremans6-1, 6-1Olympics
1999HannoverV.WilliamsAlexandra Fusai and Nathalie Tauziat5-7, 6-2, 6-2ITF
1999Roland GarrosV.WilliamsMartina Hingus and Anna Kournikova6-3, 6-7, 8-6GS
1999US OpenV.WilliamsChanda Rubin and Sandrine Testud4-6, 6-1, 6-4GS
1998Oklahoma CityV.WilliamsCatalina Cristea and Kristine Kunce7-5, 6-2ITF
1998ZurichV.WilliamsMariaan De Swardt and Elena Tatarkova5-7, 6-1, 6-3ITF
1998Wimbledon (Mixed)Max MirnyiMahesh Bhupathi and Mirjana Lučić6–4, 6–4GS
1998US Open (Mixed)Max MirnyiLisa Raymond and Patrick Galbraith6-2, 6-2GS

Titles by Year

Serena claimed 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

Titles by Tournament

Serena won titles in 32 different tournaments with her most successful tournament being the Wimbledon Championships, where she won the ladies’ singles seven times, the ladies’ doubles six times, and the mixed doubles once.

TournamentSinglesDoublesMixedTotal
Wimbledon76114
Australian Open74011
US Open6219
Miami8008
Roland Garros3205
WTA Finals5005
Rome4004
Roger’s Cup3003
Charleston3003
Madrid2103
Silicon Valley Classic3003
Brisbane International2002
Beijing2002
Cincinnati Masters2002
Indian Wells2002
LA Women’s Tennis Championships2002
London Olympics1102
GDF Suez2002
Sparkassen Cup1102
Toyota Princess Cup2002
Auckland1001
Bank of the West Classic0101
Beijing Olympics0101
Faber Grand Prix1001
Grand Slam Cup1001
Hannover0101
Indian Open1001
Oklahoma City0101
State Farm Classic1001
Bastad1001
Sydney Olympics0101
Zurich0101
Total7323298

FAQ

Where did Serena win her first Singles Title?

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

Has Serena 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 won all four Grand Slams?

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

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

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

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

Has Serena won all the Grand Slams at least twice?

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

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

No, She 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 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 have?

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