This tournament is played on grass surface, and tournament is located in London, England. The Ladies’ Singles was started in 1884. First Ladies Grand Slam Single title was won by Maud Watson after beating Lillian Watson. Let us take a look at the 12 Most Successful Female Tennis Players in Wimbledon.
The 12 Greatest Wimbledon Ladies Champions of All Time
Louise Brough Clapp was an American retired tennis player. She won all of her 4 Wimbledon titles in Armature era, and is inducted in the 12th spot in our list of top 12 most successful female tennis players in Wimbledon. Louise Brough Clapp achieved the Wimbledon titles in 1948, 1949, 1950, and 1955. Louise Brough Clapp won the reputed Wimbledon titles of Doubles in 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, and 1954. She achieved his career’s best ranking of World No.1 in 1955.
The 12 Greatest Wimbledon Champions of the Past 60 Years
Ranking the Greatest Champions in Wimbledon History
She was inducted in the international tennis hall of fame in 1967. American tennis sensation Venus Williams achieved a total of 47 WTA international titles which includes 5 Wimbledon titles in her tennis career. She won all of her 5 Wimbledon titles in the Open era, and is inducted in the eleventh spot in our list of top 12 most successful female tennis players in Wimbledon. Venus Williams won the reputed Wimbledon titles in 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2008. She already won a total of $31,866,912 as the prize money from the international tennis titles until now, and has 704–188 in her tennis career which includes 85.29% winning ratio. Serena Williams achieved his career’s best ranking of World No.1 for the first time on 25 February 2002. She currently holds the World No.14 spot as of the recent ranking update on 5th October 2015.