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List of Grand Slam girls' singles champions

List of Girls' Singles Junior Grand Slam tournaments tennis champions (for Boys see 1).

Contents

  • Champions by year 1
    • Most Grand Slam singles titles 1.1
    • Grand Slam singles titles by country (since 1974) 1.2
    • Trebles 1.3
  • See also 2

Champions by year

Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
1930 Emily Hood started in 1953 started in 1948 started in 1974
1931 Joan Hartigan
1932 Nancy Lewis
1933 Nancy Lewis
1934 May Blick
1935 Thelma Coyne
1936 Thelma Coyne
1937 Margaret Wilson
1938 Joyce Wood
1939 Joyce Wood
1940 Joyce Wood
1941-
1945
no competition
1946 Shirley Grant
1947 Joan Tuckfield
1948 Beryl Penrose Olga Miskova
1949 Judy Warnock Christiane Mercelis
1950 Barbara McIntyre Lorna Cornell
1951 Mary Carter Lorna Cornell
1952 Mary Carter Fanny ten Bosch
1953 Jenny Staley Christine Brunon Dora Kilan
1954 Elizabeth Orton Beatrice de Chambure Valerie Pitt
1955 Elizabeth Orton Maria-Teresa Reidl Sheila Armstrong
1956 Lorraine Coghlan Eliane Launay Ann Haydon
1957 Margot Rayson Ilse Buding Miriam Arnold
1958 Jan Lehane Francesca Gordigani Sally Moore
1959 Jan Lehane Joan Cross Joan Cross
1960 Lesley Turner Françoise Dürr Karen Hantze
1961 Robyn Ebbern Robyn Ebbern Galina Baksheeva
1962 Robyn Ebbern Kaye Dening Galina Baksheeva
1963 Robyn Ebbern Monique Salfati Monique Salfati
1964 Kaye Dening Nicole Seghers Peaches Bartkowicz
1965 Kerry Melville Esme Emanuel Olga Morozova
1966 Karen Krantzcke Odile de Roubin Birgitta Lindstrom
1967 Lexie Kenny Corinne Molesworth Judith Salome
1968 Lesley Hunt Lesley Hunt Kristy Pigeon
1969 Lesley Hunt Kazuko Sawamatsu Kazuko Sawamatsu
1970 Evonne Goolagong Veronica Burton Sharon Walsh
1971 Pat Coleman Elena Granatourova Marina Kroschina
1972 Pat Coleman Renata Tomanová Ilana Kloss
1973 Chris O'Neil Mima Jaušovec Anne Kiyomura
1974 Jennifer Walker Mariana Simionescu Mima Jaušovec Ilana Kloss
1975 Sue Barker Regina Maršíková Natasha Chmyreva Natasha Chmyreva
1976 Sue Saliba Michelle Tyler Natasha Chmyreva Marise Kruger
1977 Amanda Tobin (Jan)
Pamela Baily (Dec)
Anne Smith Lea Antonoplis Claudia Casabianca
1978 Elizabeth Little Hana Mandlíková Tracy Austin Linda Siegel
1979 Anne Minter Lena Sandin Mary Lou Piatek Alycia Moulton
1980 Anne Minter Kathy Horvath Debbie Freeman Susan Mascarin
1981 Anne Minter Bonnie Gadusek Zina Garrison Zina Garrison
1982 Amanda Brown Manuela Maleeva Catherine Tanvier Beth Herr
1983 Amanda Brown Pascale Paradis Pascale Paradis Elizabeth Minter
1984 Annabel Croft Gabriela Sabatini Annabel Croft Katerina Maleeva
1985 Jenny Byrne Laura Garrone Andrea Holíková Laura Garrone
1986 no competition Patricia Tarabini Natasha Zvereva Elly Hakami
1987 Michelle Jaggard Natasha Zvereva Natasha Zvereva Natasha Zvereva
1988 Jo-Anne Faull Julie Halard Brenda Schultz Carrie Cunningham
1989 Kim Kessaris Jennifer Capriati Andrea Strnadová Jennifer Capriati
1990 Magdalena Maleeva Magdalena Maleeva Andrea Strnadová Magdalena Maleeva
1991 Nicole Pratt Anna Smashnova Barbara Rittner Karina Habšudová
1992 Joanne Limmer Rossana de los Ríos Chanda Rubin Lindsay Davenport
1993 Heike Rusch Martina Hingis Nancy Feber Maria Bentivoglio
1994 Trudi Musgrave Martina Hingis Martina Hingis Meilen Tu
1995 Siobhan Drake Amélie Cocheteux Aleksandra Olsza Tara Snyder
1996 Magdalena Grzybowska Amélie Mauresmo Amélie Mauresmo Mirjana Lučić
1997 Mirjana Lučić Justine Henin Cara Black Cara Black
1998 Jelena Kostanić Nadia Petrova Katarina Srebotnik Jelena Dokić
1999 Virginie Razzano Lourdes Domínguez Iroda Tulyaganova Lina Krasnoroutskaya
2000 Anikó Kapros Virginie Razzano María Emilia Salerni María Emilia Salerni
2001 Jelena Janković Kaia Kanepi Angelique Widjaja Marion Bartoli
2002 Barbora Strýcová Angelique Widjaja Vera Dushevina Maria Kirilenko
2003 Barbora Strýcová Anna-Lena Grönefeld Kirsten Flipkens Kirsten Flipkens
2004 Shahar Pe'er Sesil Karatantcheva Kateryna Bondarenko Michaëlla Krajicek
2005 Victoria Azarenka Ágnes Szávay Agnieszka Radwańska Victoria Azarenka
2006 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Agnieszka Radwańska Caroline Wozniacki Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
2007 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Alizé Cornet Urszula Radwańska Kristína Kučová
2008 Arantxa Rus Simona Halep Laura Robson Coco Vandeweghe
2009 Ksenia Pervak Kristina Mladenovic Noppawan Lertcheewakarn Heather Watson
2010 Karolína Plíšková Elina Svitolina Kristýna Plíšková Daria Gavrilova
2011 An-Sophie Mestach Ons Jabeur Ashleigh Barty Grace Min
2012 Taylor Townsend Annika Beck Eugenie Bouchard Samantha Crawford
2013 Ana Konjuh Belinda Bencic Belinda Bencic Ana Konjuh
2014 Elizaveta Kulichkova Darya Kasatkina Jeļena Ostapenko Marie Bouzková
2015 Tereza Mihalíková Paula Badosa Gibert Sofya Zhuk Dalma Gálfi
Legend
Player won all 4 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 3 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year
Player won 2 Grand Slam tournaments in the same year

Most Grand Slam singles titles

Note: when a tie, the person to reach the mark first is listed first.
Titles Players
4 Ebbern, Zvereva
3 Wood, Hunt, Chmyreva, Minter, Maleeva, Hingis, Pavlyuchenkova

Grand Slam singles titles by country (since 1974)

22 
 United States
19 
 Australia
12 
 France
11 
 Great Britain
11 
 Russia
 Poland,  Bulgaria and  Czechoslovakia
 Argentina,  Belgium and   Switzerland and  Croatia
 Germany,  Czech Republic,  Soviet Union and  Netherlands
 Italy,  Hungary
 Romania,  South Africa,  Israel,  Zimbabwe,  Ukraine,  Indonesia,  Belarus,  Slovakia and  Spain
 Yugoslavia,  Sweden,  Paraguay,  Slovenia,  Uzbekistan,  Serbia and Montenegro,  Estonia,  Denmark,  Thailand,  Tunisia,  Canada and  Latvia

Trebles

  • French - Wimbledon - US Open treble:
    • (1987) Natasha Zvereva
  • Australian - French - US Open treble:
    • (1990) Magdalena Maleeva

At least 5 former ITF Junior World Champions have gone on to be Wimbledon finalists.

See also


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