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1 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT Tournament Information: WTA Information: WTA Communications: facebook.com/roland Garros facebook.com/wta Adam Lincoln Catherine Sneddon 2016 ROLAND GARROS SINGLES FINAL [1] SERENA WILLIAMS (USA #1) vs. [4] GARBIÑE MUGURUZA (ESP #4) Williams leads all-time head-to-head 3-1 All previous meetings have been at Grand Slam level... This will be the pair's second meeting at Roland Garros, after Muguruza defeated the World No.1 Williams in 2014 for the loss of just four games... Williams' three victories came at 2013 and 2015 Australian Open and 2015 Wimbledon... This will be the second career meeting in a final after 2015 Wimbledon (also the last time they met) and second career meeting on clay after 2014 Roland Garros All matches between the pair have been won in straight sets with no tiebreaks A CLOSER LOOK AT THE FINALISTS PLAYER RANK NAT AGE RG W/L MD* YTD PRIZE $^ YTD W/L MD* YTD TITLES CAREER PRIZE $^ CAREER W/L ALL* [1] Serena Williams 1 USA ,384, ,467, [4] Garbiñe Muguruza 4 ESP , ,641, *Includes current tournament / ^Does not include current tournament CAREER TITLES ROLAND GARROS & GRAND SLAM RECORDS PLAYER RG W-L [1] Serena Williams RG BEST RESULT Winner (2002, 2013, 2015) GS W-L GS BEST RESULT Winner (21): Australian Open (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015); Roland Garros (2002, 2013, 2015); Wimbledon (2002, 2003, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2015); US Open (1999, 2002, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014) [4] Garbiñe Muguruza 15-3 Final: Finalist (2): 2015 Wimbledon, 2016 Roland Garros GRAND SLAM FINAL HISTORIES PLAYER TOTAL GS F* LAST GRAND SLAM W-L IN GS F FINAL PLAYED [1] Serena Williams Australian Open (R-Up) 21-5 [4] Garbiñe Muguruza Wimbledon (R-Up) 0-1 *Includes 2016 Roland Garros 2016 ROLAND GARROS PRIZE MONEY & POINTS ROUND PRIZE MONEY ( ) RANKING POINTS Winner 2,000, Runner-Up 1,000, Semifinalists 500, Quarterfinalists 294, Round of 16 (4r) 173, Round of 32 (3r) 102, Round of 64 (2r) 60, Round of 128 (1r) 30, Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 1

2 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT CAREER GRAND SLAM RECORDS BY ROUND REACHED PLAYER R128 R64 R32 R16 QF SF F W TOTAL* [1] Serena Williams [4] Garbiñe Muguruza *Includes 2016 Roland Garros ONE YEAR ON Below is a look at the 2016 finalists and their results at 2015 Roland Garros and their ranking entering that event: PLAYER ROLAND GARROS RANKING ENTERING RANKING ENTERING 2015 RESULT 2015 ROLAND GARROS 2016 ROLAND GARROS [1] Serena Williams WON (d. Safarova) 1 1 [4] Garbiñe Muguruza QF (l. Safarova) 20 4 FINAL QUICK HITS Serena Williams has reached her 27th Grand Slam singles final. In the Open Era, Chris Evert reached the most Grand Slam finals, with 34 (18-16 win-loss record), followed by Martina Navratilova (32; 18-14) and Steffi Graf (31; 22-9) From her 26 previous Grand Slam singles finals, Williams won 21 of them - including three at Roland Garros (2002, 2013, 2015) Margaret Court reached 29 Grand Slam singles finals, going 24-5 (.828) overall and 11-1 (.917) in the Open Era; followed by S.Williams at 21-5 (.808), Graf at 22-9 (.710) and Seles at 9-4 (.692) Garbiñe Muguruza has advanced to the second Grand Slam final of her career, having previously fallen in the final at 2015 Wimbledon Muguruza is seeded No.4, the last time the No.4 seed won Roland Garros was Justine Henin in 2003 (d. Clijsters in F) Williams has spent 8 hours and 47 minutes on court en route to the final, compared with 8 hours and 33 minutes for Muguruza 2016 Roland Garros marks Muguruza's first final of the season and Williams' fourth (after Australian Open, Indian Wells and Rome) Number of clay court titles won by the finalists: Williams (13), Muguruza (n/a) This is Muguruza s first clay court final; the last player to contest her career-first clay court final at Roland Garros was Natasha Zvereva in 1988 (l. Graf) Roland Garros has been decided in three sets on 19 occasions, including the last two years. Muguruza owns a career record in 3-set matches (2-3 in 2016), while Williams record stands at (2-2 in 2016) - main draw matches only One of Williams' three previous Roland Garros finals has gone to three sets (2015, vs. Safarova) Williams has faced four unseeded players en route to the final (exceptions are No.18 seed Svitolina and No.26 seed Mladenovic); Muguruza has faced two seeded players (No.13 seed Kuznetsova and No.21 seed Stosur) This is the sixth time Williams has advanced to a Grand Slam final without defeating a Top 10 player en route: 2002 Wimbledon, 2008 Wimbledon, 2010 Wimbledon, 2014 US Open, 2015 Roland Garros and 2016 Roland Garros This is Williams 21st time as the No.1 seed at a Grand Slam (she's won 11 of the previous 20) Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 2

3 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT AGE IS JUST A NUMBER Serena Williams is the oldest woman in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam singles title most recently at 2015 Wimbledon: OPEN ERA: GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONS 30 AND OLDER YR SLAM NAME YRS DAYS 2015 Wimbledon Serena Williams (USA) Wimbledon Martina Navratilova (USA) Roland Garros Serena Williams (USA) US Open Flavia Pennetta (ITA) Australian Open Serena Williams (USA) US Open Serena Williams (USA) Wimbledon Virginia Wade (GBR) US Open Serena Williams (USA) Australian Open Li Na (CHN) Roland Garros Serena Williams (USA) Wimbledon Billie Jean King (USA) Roland Garros Chris Evert (USA) US Open Margaret Court (AUS) US Open Serena Williams (USA) US Open Martina Navratilova (USA) Roland Garros Margaret Court (AUS) US Open Billie Jean King (USA) Wimbledon Serena Williams (USA) Wimbledon Ann Jones (GBR) Wimbledon Martina Navratilova (USA) Roland Garros Chris Evert (USA) Australian Open Margaret Court (AUS) Williams is already the oldest Roland Garros champion in the Open Era (33 years, 254 days in 2015), but will be aged 34 years, 252 days at the end of the tournament this year, and is therefore bidding to become the oldest Roland Garros champion all-time, after Zsuzsi Kormoczy of Hungary, who was 33 years, 279 days when she won in 1958 In the Open Era, a thirty-something has won a Grand Slam singles title 22 times, a feat accomplished by: Serena Williams (8), Margaret Court (3), Martina Navratilova (3), Chris Evert (2), Billie Jean King (2), Ann Jones (1), Li Na (1), Flavia Pennetta (1) and Virginia Wade (1) At the 2015 US Open, Flavia Pennetta became the oldest first-time Grand Slam finalist and champion in the Open Era (33 years, 6 months) THERE S A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING 2016 Roland Garros marks Muguruza's 14th Grand Slam main draw appearance The last two Grand Slam finals have produced first-time champions: Flavia Pennetta at 2015 US Open and Angelique Kerber at 2016 Australian Open The last time there were three successive first-time Grand Slam champions was in , when four were crowned: Li Na (2011 Roland Garros), Petra Kvitova (2011 Wimbledon), Samantha Stosur (2011 US Open) and Victoria Azarenka (2012 Australian Open) Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 3

4 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT Muguruza would be the ninth different first time Grand Slam title winner in the last 24 Slams: Schiavone (2010 Roland Garros), Li (2011 Roland Garros), Kvitova (2011 Wimbledon), Stosur (2011 US Open) and Azarenka (2012 Australian Open), Bartoli (2013 Wimbledon), Pennetta (2015 US Open) and Kerber (2016 Australian Open) The Spaniard is bidding to become only the second player born in the 1990s to win a Grand Slam title (after Petra Kvitova, 2011 and 2014 Wimbledon) At 22 years, 7 months, Muguruza would be the youngest first-time Grand Slam champion since Victoria Azarenka won 2012 Australian Open aged 22 years, 6 months Muguruza is 1-0 vs. Williams on clay: only six players have defeated Serena Williams on clay more than once: Justine Henin (4-1 vs. Serena on clay), Jennifer Capriati (3-3), Patty Schnyder (3-0), Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (2-0), Nadia Petrova (2-2) and Francesca Schiavone (2-1) Muguruza is 1-3 vs. Williams at Grand Slams: only four players have defeated Serena Williams at a Grand Slam more than once: Venus Williams (5-9 vs. Serena at Slams), Justine Henin (4-3), Jennifer Capriati (4-3) and Samantha Stosur (2-1) Muguruza is bidding to defeat Williams for a second time at Roland Garros: Serena Williams has lost at Roland Garros to nine different players, including Muguruza (2014, R64), but only Jennifer Capriati (2001, QF; 2004, QF) and Justine Henin (2003, SF; 2007, QF) have defeated her more than once at Roland Garros WATCH OUT, STEFFI! SERENA SEEKING 22ND SINGLES SLAM Serena & Grand Slams Serena has the second-most Grand Slam singles titles in the Open Era with 21 (Graf 22) Serena has the third-most Grand Slam singles titles all-time with 21 (Court 24, Graf 22) Serena has the third-most Grand Slam match wins in Open Era with 297 (Navratilova 306, Evert 299) Serena is trying to win her fourth Roland Garros title (won it in 2002, 2013 and 2015); a fourth title would tie her with Justine Henin and Helen Wills Moody on the all-time leaderboard This is Serena's 21st time being the No.1 seed at a Grand Slam (she's won 11 of the first 20) Serena is 62-1 in Grand Slam first round matches (only loss: Razzano at 2012 Roland Garros) Serena & Finals Serena is 21-5 in Grand Slam singles finals, the second-best winning percentage Open Era (Court was 11-1) Serena won eight straight Grand Slam singles finals between 2012 Wimbledon and 2015 Wimbledon; losses on each side were 2011 US Open (l. Stosur) and 2016 Australian Open (l. Kerber) Serena has won 31 of her last 35 finals (only losses: Azarenka at 2013 Doha, 2013 Cincinnati, 2016 Indian Wells; and Kerber at 2016 Australian Open) Serena & Age-Related Stats Serena is the oldest woman to win a major in the Open Era (33y & 285d at 2015 Wimbledon) Serena is the oldest No.1 in WTA history (set record when returned to No.1 on February 18, 2013) Serena has the longest winning span between majors of any woman Open Era at 15 years and 10 months between 1999 US Open and 2015 Wimbledon (Evert, Navratilova and Graf had 12-year spans) Serena has won eight majors since turning 30, the most after 30 by far in the Open Era (Court and Navratilova three each, King and Evert two each and Jones, Wade, Li and Pennetta one each) Miscellaneous Serena has spent her 171st & 172nd straight weeks at No.1 during the Roland Garros fortnight (second-longest streak at No.1 in WTA history after Graf's 186) Serena has spent her 294th & 295th career weeks at No.1 during the Roland Garros fortnight (second-most weeks at No.1 in WTA history after Graf's 377) Serena has the most career prize money in WTA history ($76.5M - next-most is Sharapova's $36.8M) Serena has the fifth-most WTA titles in Open Era with 70 (after Navratilova, Evert, Graf, Court) Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 4

5 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT BEFORE AND SINCE PATRICK MOURATOGLOU Serena joined forces with Patrick Mouratoglou after falling first round at the 2012 French Open, and the dynamic duo's numbers speak for themselves here's a comparison of before and after Mouratoglou: Pre-Patrick Mouratoglou Win-loss: (.830) WTA titles: 41 Grand Slam titles: 13 out of 47 (.277) vs. Top 10: (.653) Post-Patrick Mouratoglou Win-loss: (.926) WTA titles: 29 Grand Slam titles: 8 out of 15 (.533) vs. Top 10: 56-6 (.903) Since Regaining World No.1 Since returning to the top spot on the WTA Rankings on February 18, 2013, Serena's reigned supreme: Win-loss: WTA titles: 23 of 33 Grand Slam titles: Won 6 of 12 contested vs. Top 10: 41-4 (.911) GRAND SLAM MATCH RECORD - WHEN WINNING FIRST SET: PLAYER GS MATCHES MATCH WINNING SET 1 W-L [1] Serena Williams [4] Garbiñe Muguruza GRAND SLAM MATCH RECORD - WHEN DROPPING FIRST SET: PLAYER GS MATCHES MATCH DROPPING SET 1 W-L [1] Serena Williams [4] Garbiñe Muguruza Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 5

6 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT ACTIVE GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONS World No.3 Angelique Kerber won her maiden Grand Slam singles title at the 2016 Australian Open. There are 10 active Grand Slam champions, five of whom have lifted the trophy previously at Roland Garros: Serena Williams (2002, 2013, 2015), Maria Sharapova (2012, 2014), Ana Ivanovic (2008), Svetlana Kuznetsova (2009) and Francesca Schiavone (2010). GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONS (ACTIVE PLAYERS) PLAYERS GS TITLES GRAND SLAM TITLES BREAKDOWN Serena Williams 21 Australian Open: 2003, 2005, 2007, , 2015; Roland Garros: 2002, 2013, 2015; Wimbledon: , , 2012, 2015; US Open: 1999, 2002, 2008, Venus Williams 7 Wimbledon: , 2005, ; US Open: Maria Sharapova 5 Australian Open: 2008; Roland Garros: 2012, 2014; Wimbledon: 2004; US Open: 2006 Victoria Azarenka 2 Australian Open: Svetlana Kuznetsova 2 Roland Garros: 2009; US Open: 2004 Petra Kvitova 2 Wimbledon: 2011, 2014 Angelique Kerber 1 Australian Open: 2016 Ana Ivanovic 1 Roland Garros: 2008 Francesca Schiavone 1 Roland Garros: 2010 Samantha Stosur 1 US Open: 2011 OPEN ERA: GRAND SLAM SINGLES TITLES LEADERS PLAYER (NAT) AO RG WIMB US TOTAL Steffi Graf (GER) Serena Williams (USA) Martina Navratilova (USA) Chris Evert (USA) Margaret Court (AUS) Monica Seles (USA) Billie Jean King (USA) Venus Williams (USA) Evonne Goolagong Cawley (AUS) Justine Henin (BEL) Martina Hingis (SUI) Maria Sharapova (RUS) Kim Clijsters (BEL) Hana Mandlikova (CZE) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP) T Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 6

7 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT ALL-TIME GRAND SLAM SINGLES TITLES LEADERS (10 or more) PLAYER TOTAL Margaret Court (AUS) 24 Steffi Graf (GER) 22 Serena Williams (USA) 21 Helen Wills Moody (USA) 19 Chris Evert (USA) 18 Martina Navratilova (USA) 18 Billie Jean King (USA) 12 ALL-TIME ROLAND GARROS TITLES BY COUNTRY TITLES COUNTRY MOST RECENTLY 29 United States Serena Williams (2015) 10 Germany Steffi Graf (1999) 8 Great Britain Sue Barker (1986) 7 Australia Margaret Court (1973) 7 France Mary Pierce (2000) 4 Belgium Justine Henin (2007) 4 Russia Maria Sharapova (2014) 4 Yugoslavia Monica Seles (1992) 3 Spain Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (1998) 1 Czech Republic Hana Mandlikova ( 981) 1 Romania Virginia Ruzici (1978) 1 Serbia Ana Ivanovic (2008) 1 Croatia Iva Majoli (1997) 1 Italy Francesca Schiavone (2010) 1 China Li Na (2013) 1 Netherlands Kea Bouman (1927) 1 Hungary Zsuzsi Kormoczy (1958) Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 7

8 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT WTA SINGLES RANKING PROJECTIONS The new WTA Rankings will be released on Monday, June 6. The following are updated projections based on this tournament s results: Serena Williams will retain the No.1 ranking after Roland Garros and at least until Wimbledon Agnieszka Radwanska will remain at No.2, unless Garbiñe Muguruza wins the title Garbiñe Muguruza will be No.3, unless she wins the title, and would therefore rise to a new career-high of No.2 Angelique Kerber will drop one place to No.4 Victoria Azarenka will drop out of the Top 5 and be replaced by Simona Halep Samantha Stosur returns to the Top 15 having reached the SF Kiki Bertens expected to rise to No.27 having reached the SF ROAD TO SINGAPORE LEADERBOARD WATCH By reaching the semifinals, Serena Williams will move to the top of the Road to Singapore Leaderboard If Garbiñe Muguruza wins the title, she will move to No.4 on the Leaderboard Entering the final, a look at the Leaderboard: 1. Serena Williams 2. Angelique Kerber 3. Victoria Azarenka 4. Agnieszka Radwanska (will drop to No.5 if Muguruza wins the title) 5. Garbiñe Muguruza (will rise to No.4 should she win the title) 6. Carla Suarez Navarro 7. Simona Halep 8. Svetlana Kuznetsova 9. Samantha Stosur 10. Timea Bacsinszky Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 8

9 MATCH NOTES ROLAND GARROS - FRANCE May 22 - Jun 05, 2016 $16,474,735 GRAND SLAM All data as at Saturday, June 4, 2016 [1] SERENA WILLIAMS (USA #1) vs. [4] GARBIÑE MUGURUZA (ESP #4) Head to Head: SERENA WILLIAMS leads WIMBLEDON GRASS O F SERENA WILLIAMS mins 2015 AUSTRALIAN OPEN HARD O R16 SERENA WILLIAMS mins 2014 ROLAND GARROS CLAY O R2 GARBIÑE MUGURUZA mins 2013 AUSTRALIAN OPEN HARD O R2 SERENA WILLIAMS mins SERENA WILLIAMS (34) $2,384,494 $76,467,915 1 / 70 0 / / / / / / / / WTA RANKING ROAD TO SINGAPORE LEADERBOARD DATE OF BIRTH (AGE) YTD PRIZE MONEY CAREER PRIZE MONEY SINGLES TITLES (YTD / CAREER) DOUBLES TITLES (YTD / CAREER) ROLAND GARROS W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER 3-SET W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER TIE-BREAK W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER CLAY W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER TOP 10 W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER TOP 20 W-L (MD) YTD / CAREER Left Hander W-L (MD) GARBIÑE MUGURUZA (22) $462,086 $6,641,863 0 / 2 0 / / / / / / / / ROLAND GARROS Performance SF W - KIKI BERTENS (NED #58) 7-6(7),6-4 SF W - [21] SAMANTHA STOSUR (AUS #24) 6-2,6-4 QF W - YULIA PUTINTSEVA (KAZ #60) 5-7,6-4,6-1 QF W - SHELBY ROGERS (USA #108) 7-5,6-3 R4 W - [18] ELINA SVITOLINA (UKR #20) 6-1,6-1 R4 W - [13] SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA (RUS #15) 6-3,6-4 R3 W - [26] KRISTINA MLADENOVIC (FRA #30) 6-4,7-6(10) R3 W - YANINA WICKMAYER (BEL #54) 6-3,6-0 R2 W - TELIANA PEREIRA (BRA #81) 6-2,6-1 R2 W - [WC] MYRTILLE GEORGES (FRA #204) 6-2,6-0 R1 W - MAGDALENA RYBARIKOVA (SVK #77) 6-2,6-0 R1 W - ANNA KAROLINA SCHMIEDLOVA (SVK #38) 3-6,6-3,6-3 ROLAND GARROS Tournament History * Qualifying match SERENA WILLIAMS 2015 F W - LUCIE SAFAROVA (CZE #13) (2) 6-2 SF W - TIMEA BACSINSZKY (SUI #24) QF W - SARA ERRANI (ITA #17) R16 W - SLOANE STEPHENS (USA #40) R3 W - VICTORIA AZARENKA (BLR #27) GARBIÑE MUGURUZA 2015 QF L - LUCIE SAFAROVA (CZE #13) 7-6(3) 6-3 R16 W - FLAVIA PENNETTA (ITA #28) R3 W - ANGELIQUE KERBER (GER #11) R2 W - CAMILA GIORGI (ITA #37) R1 W - PETRA MARTIC (CRO #158) R2 W - ANNA-LENA FRIEDSAM (GER #105) R1 W - ANDREA HLAVACKOVA (CZE #190) Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube:

10 MATCH NOTES ROLAND GARROS - FRANCE May 22 - Jun 05, 2016 $16,474,735 GRAND SLAM All data as at Saturday, June 4, R2 L - GARBIÑE MUGURUZA (ESP #35) R1 W - ALIZÉ LIM (FRA #135) F W - MARIA SHARAPOVA (RUS #2) SF W - SARA ERRANI (ITA #5) QF W - SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA (RUS #39) R16 W - ROBERTA VINCI (ITA #15) R3 W - SORANA CIRSTEA (ROU #30) R2 W - CAROLINE GARCIA (FRA #114) R1 W - ANNA TATISHVILI (USA #74) R1 L - VIRGINIE RAZZANO (FRA #111) (5) QF L - SAMANTHA STOSUR (AUS #7) (2) 8-6 R16 W - SHAHAR PEER (ISR #18) R3 W - ANASTASIA PAVLYUCHENKOVA (RUS #29) R2 W - JULIA GOERGES (GER #77) QF L - MARIA SHARAPOVA (RUS #8) R16 W - PAULINE PARMENTIER (FRA #145) R3 W - ANNA KAROLINA SCHMIEDLOVA (SVK #56) R2 W - SERENA WILLIAMS (USA #1) R1 W - GRACE MIN (USA #130) (6) 2013 R2 L - JELENA JANKOVIC (SRB #18) R1 W - KAROLINA PLISKOVA (CZE #73) R3* L - LARA ARRUABARRENA (ESP #135) (7) R2* W - ELINA SVITOLINA (UKR #180) R1* W - EKATERINA BYCHKOVA (RUS #161) R1 W - STEFANIE VOEGELE (SUI #76) 7-6(2) QF L - SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA (RUS #7) 7-6(3) R16 W - ALEKSANDRA WOZNIAK (CAN #24) R3 W - MARÍA JOSÉ MARTÍNEZ SÁNCHEZ (ESP #43) R2 W - VIRGINIA RUANO PASCUAL (ESP #133) R1 W - KLARA KOUKALOVA (CZE #100) (5) R3 L - KATARINA SREBOTNIK (SLO #24) R2 W - MATHILDE JOHANSSON (FRA #129) R1 W - ASHLEY HARKLEROAD (USA #61) QF L - JUSTINE HENIN (BEL #1) R16 W - DINARA SAFINA (RUS #11) R3 W - MICHAELLA KRAJICEK (NED #40) R2 W - MILAGROS SEQUERA (VEN #69) (3) R1 W - TSVETANA PIRONKOVA (BUL #91) QF L - JENNIFER CAPRIATI (USA #6) R16 W - SHINOBU ASAGOE (JPN #52) R3 W - SILVIJA TALAJA (CRO #106) R2 W - MARIA KIRILENKO (RUS #100) R1 W - IVETA MELZER (CZE #51) Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube:

11 MATCH NOTES ROLAND GARROS - FRANCE May 22 - Jun 05, 2016 $16,474,735 GRAND SLAM All data as at Saturday, June 4, SF L - JUSTINE HENIN (BEL #4) QF W - AMÉLIE MAURESMO (FRA #5) R16 W - AI SUGIYAMA (JPN #15) R3 W - BARBARA SCHETT (AUT #51) R2 W - MARIE-GAYANAY MIKAELIAN (SUI #39) R1 W - BARBARA RITTNER (GER #87) F W - VENUS WILLIAMS (USA #2) SF W - JENNIFER CAPRIATI (USA #1) (2) 6-2 QF W - MARY PIERCE (FRA #132) R16 W - VERA ZVONAREVA (RUS #142) R3 W - JANETTE HUSAROVA (SVK #41) R2 W - DALLY RANDRIANTEFY (MAD #169) R1 W - MARTINA SUCHA (SVK #39) QF L - JENNIFER CAPRIATI (USA #4) R16 W - NADIA PETROVA (RUS #58) R3 W - ZSOFIA GUBACSI (HUN #165) R2 W - KATARINA SREBOTNIK (SLO #138) R1 W - SARAH PITKOWSKI-MALCOR (FRA #91) (4) R3 L - MARY JOE FERNANDEZ (USA #37) R2 W - MARIANA DIAZ-OLIVA (ARG #99) R1 W - LAURENCE COURTOIS (BEL #94) R16 L - ARANTXA SANCHEZ-VICARIO (ESP #5) R3 W - DOMINIQUE MONAMI (BEL #14) R2 W - CORINA MORARIU (USA #43) R1 W - JANA NEJEDLY (CAN #96) [1] SERENA WILLIAMS (USA #1) R128: d. Magdalena Rybarikova (SVK #77) (0h42) R64: d. Teliana Pereira (BRA #81) (1h06) R32: d. [26] Kristina Mladenovic (FRA #30) 64 76(10) (2h11) R16: d. [18] Elina Svitolina (URK #20) (1h02) QF: d. Yulia Putintseva (KAZ #60) (2h08) SF: d. Kiki Bertens (NED #58) 76(7) 64 (1h38) ROAD TO THE FINAL vs. [4] GARBIÑE MUGURUZA (ESP #4) R128: d. Anna-Karolina Schmiedlova (SVK #38) (2h24) R64: d. [WC] Myrtille Georges (FRA #204) (0h53) R32: d. Yanina Wickmayer (BEL #54) (1h02) R16: d. [13] Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS #15) (1h38) QF: d. Shelby Rogers (USA #108) (1h19) SF: d. [21] Samantha Stosur (AUS #24) (1h17) Total games: 118 Won/lost: Sets won/lost: 12-1 Total time on court: 8h47 Average time on court: 1h28 Average rank of opponent: 54 Total games: 114 Won/lost: Sets won/lost: 12-1 Total time on court: 8h33 Average time on court: 1h26 Average rank of opponent: 74 Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube:

12 S.Williams: Making 15th main draw appearance at Roland Garros. A three-time champion in Paris, in 2002 (d. V.Williams in F), 2013 (d. Sharapova in F) and 2015 (d. Safarova in F) Bidding to win her fourth Roland Garros singles title, which would see her join Justine Henin and Helen Wills Moody in fourth place on the all-time titles leaderboard (after Evert-7; Graf-6; Court-5) Making 63rd appearance at a Grand Slam second most among active players after sister, Venus (70) A 21-time Grand Slam singles champion, sitting behind only Steffi Graf (22) in Open Era and Margaret Court (24) alltime Playing her 27th career Grand Slam singles final (21-5 record). Losses at this stage came at 2001 US Open (l. V.Williams), 2004 Wimbledon (l. Sharapova), 2008 Wimbledon (l. V.Williams), 2011 US Open (l. Stosur) and 2016 Australian Open (l. Kerber) In the Open Era, Chris Evert reached the most Grand Slam finals, with 34 (18-16 win-loss record), followed by Martina Navratilova (32; 18-14) and Steffi Graf (31; 22-9) Also playing her 90th career singles final (69-19 win-loss record, with one more title coming via walkover 2001 WTA Finals following Davenport s withdrawal due to injury) This is her 16th career final on clay (13-2 record, the most among active players); the only player to defeat S.Williams in a clay-court final is Henin (2002 Berlin and 2003 Charleston) CLAY COURT TITLES ACTIVE PLAYERS CLAY COURT QUEENS CLAY COURT TITLES ALL-TIME ROLAND GARROS TITLES ALL-TIME 13 Serena Williams 66 Chris Evert 7 Chris Evert 11 Maria Sharapova 32 Steffi Graf 6 Steffi Graf 10 Anabel Medina Garrigues 24 Margaret Court 5 Margaret Court* 9 Venus Williams 20 Conchita Martinez 4 Justine Henin 7 Sara Errani 19 Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario 4 Helen Wills-Moody* 6 Jelena Jankovic 17 Martina Navratilova 3 Hilde Sperling* 6 Roberta Vinci 14 Virginia Ruzici 3 Monica Seles 6 Francesca Schiavone 13 Justine Henin 3 Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario 13 Nancy Richey 3 Serena Williams 13 Monica Seles *Indicates some/all titles were 13 Serena Williams won Pre-Open Era In the Open Era, Williams 11-year gap between Roland Garros titles in 2002 and 2013 (without winning another Roland Garros title during that time) is the longest gap for a woman at any Grand Slam Williams also owns the record for the longest span between Roland Garros titles in the Open Era including winning other Roland Garros title(s) during that time at 13 years ( ) Entering the Roland Garros final, owns a win-loss record in Grand Slam main draw play boasts most wins among active players and is third in the Open Era, behind Navratilova (306-49) and Evert (299-37) Including her SF win, Williams has played the most matches (71), and has the highest match winning percentage (60-11,.845) at Roland Garros among active players (who ve played a minimum of 20 matches here) Also sits fifth in the Open Era for most matches played at Roland Garros: MOST ROLAND GARROS MAIN DRAW MATCHES (OPEN ERA) PLAYER WIN-LOSS TOTAL Steffi Graf Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario Conchita Martinez Chris Evert Serena Williams* *Williams match record entering final

13 Defeated Rybarikova (1r) and Pereira (2r) for the loss of just five games, however conceded twice that many during her defeat of Mladenovic (3r). Including QF win over Putintseva (17 games) and SF win over Bertens (10 games), has conceded 39 games en route to the final. This compares with 21 games en route to the final in 2013 and 35 games en route to the final in 2002 S.Williams is guaranteed to hold onto the WTA World No.1 ranking after Roland Garros concludes, and having reached SF, will rise to No.1 on the Road to Singapore leaderboard on Monday, June 6 This is the sixth time Williams has advanced to a Grand Slam singles final without defeating a Top 10 player en route: 2002 Wimbledon, 2008 Wimbledon, 2010 Wimbledon, 2014 US Open, 2015 Roland Garros and 2016 Roland Garros Plays No.4 Muguruza today. Owns a win-loss record against Top 5 players with most recent such loss coming vs. No.4 Kvitova at 2015 Madrid Four of her 11 losses at Roland Garros have come to players ranked in the Top 5: No.5 Sanchez-Vicario in 1998, No.4 Capriati in 2001, No.4 Henin in 2003, and No.1 Henin in 2007 S.Williams has lost at Roland Garros to nine different players, including Muguruza (2014, R64), but only Jennifer Capriati (2001, QF; 2004, QF) and Justine Henin (2003, SF; 2007, QF) have defeated S.Williams more than once at Roland Garros Owns a 38-8 record vs. Spanish players during her career. Losses came against: Muguruza (2014 Roland Garros), Martinez (2004 Charleston), Sanchez-Vicario (1999 Berlin), Ruano Pascual (1998 Wimbledon), Sanchez-Vicario (1998 Eastbourne), Sanchez-Vicario (1998 Roland Garros), Sanchez-Vicario (1998 Sydney), Serna (1997 Los Angeles qualifying) Bidding to become the first player to defend her Roland Garros title since Justine Henin ( ). The last time the Roland Garros defending champion fell in the final of her title defense was Maria Sharapova in 2013 (l. S.Williams) Five players in the Open Era have defended their title at Roland Garros: Court, Evert, Graf, Seles and most recently Henin Bidding to become only the second woman to defend her title at all four Grand Slams (after Graf) Below is a look at the Grand Slam singles champions who have defended their titles post WWII: AUSTRALIAN OPEN (21) ROLAND GARROS (11) WIMBLEDON (23) US OPEN (22) Nancy Wynne Bolton ( ) M. Smith Court ( , ) E. Goolagong Cawley ( ) Steffi Graf ( ) Monica Seles ( ) Martina Hingis ( ) Jennifer Capriati ( ) Serena Williams ( ) Victoria Azarenka ( ) Maureen Connolly Brinker ( ) Margaret Smith Court ( ) Chris Evert ( , , ) Steffi Graf ( , ) Monica Seles ( ) Justine Henin ( ) Louise Brough Clapp ( ) Maureen Connolly Brinker ( ) Althea Gibson ( ) Maria Bueno ( ) Billie Jean King ( , ) M. Navratilova ( , ) S. Graf ( , , ) Venus Williams ( , ) Serena Williams ( , ) Margaret Osborne dupont ( ) Maureen Connolly Brinker ( ) Doris Hart ( ) Althea Gibson ( ) Darlene Hard ( ) Maria Bueno ( ) Margaret Court ( ) Billie Jean King ( ) Chris Evert ( ) M. Navratilova ( , ) Steffi Graf ( , ) Monica Seles ( ) Venus Williams ( ) Kim Clijsters ( ) Serena Williams ( ) Is the top seed at a Grand Slam for the 21st time in her career; this is her sixth time as top seed at Roland Garros (and fourth consecutive) Has won 11 Grand Slam titles as the top seed, most recently 2015 Wimbledon Dating back to 2013 Roland Garros, this is the 13th consecutive Grand Slam that Williams is the top seed (the longest stretch of her career) Since 1968, the No.1 seed has claimed the Roland Garros title on 18 occasions and finished runner-up on 12 occasions

14 SERENA WILLIAMS' RESULTS AS TOP SEED AT A SLAM Result Times Slam Won US Open, 2003 Australian Open, 2003 Wimbledon, 2010 Australian Open, 2010 Wimbledon, 2013 Roland Garros, 2013 US Open, 2014 US Open, 2015 Australian Open, 2015 Roland Garros, 2015 Wimbledon R-Up Wimbledon, 2016 Australian Open SF Roland Garros, 2015 US Open QF Roland Garros R Wimbledon, 2014 Australian Open 3r Wimbledon 2r Roland Garros 1r Williams is already the oldest Roland Garros champion in the Open Era (33 years, 254 days in 2015), but will be aged 34 years, 252 days at the end of the tournament this year, and is therefore bidding to become the oldest Roland Garros champion of all-time, after Zsuzsi Kormoczy of Hungary, who was 33 years, 279 days when she won in 1958 Aged 33 years, 285 days at the conclusion of 2015 Wimbledon, became the oldest player to win a Grand Slam title in the Open Era overtook Navratilova, 33 years, 263 days at 1990 Wimbledon With her win at 2015 Wimbledon, boasts the longest span of Grand Slam singles glory all-time. Pre-Open Era, Helen Wills Moody won her majors over the course of 15y 9½m. Serena won her first Slam at 1999 US Open, some 15y 10m before her 2015 Wimbledon title. WTA Legends Evert, Navratilova and Graf all won their Slams over a 12 year span In the Open Era, a 30-something has won a Grand Slam title 22 times, a feat accomplished by nine different women: Serena Williams (8), Margaret Court (3), Martina Navratilova (3), Chris Evert (2), Billie Jean King (2), Ann Jones (1), Li Na (1), Flavia Pennetta (1) and Virginia Wade (1) OPEN ERA: GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONS 32 AND OLDER YEAR SLAM NAME YRS DAYS 2016 Roland Garros Serena Williams (USA) Wimbledon Serena Williams (USA) Wimbledon Martina Navratilova (USA) Roland Garros Serena Williams (USA) US Open Flavia Pennetta (ITA) Australian Open Serena Williams (USA) US Open Serena Williams (USA) Enters Roland Garros having won 70th career singles title at Rome in 89th career singles final (d. Keys in F). It was the first time since 1998 that she had contested Rome without having already won a title in the season to date Rome title was her 13th on clay the most among active players and improved her career finals win-loss record to (one title came via walkover 2001 WTA Finals following Davenport s withdrawal due to injury) With 70 singles titles, ranks fifth-on the Open Era list, after Navratilova (167), Evert (154), Graf (107) and Court (92) Including 2016 Roland Garros, has now reached SF or better in 14 of last 17 tournaments: 2016 Roland Garros (?), 2016 Rome (Won), 2016 Indian Wells (R-Up), 2016 Australian Open (R-Up), 2015 US Open (SF), 2015 Cincinnati (Won), 2015 Toronto (SF), 2015 Wimbledon (Won), 2015 Roland Garros (Won), 2015 Madrid (SF), 2015 Miami (Won), 2015 Indian Wells (SF), 2015 Australian Open (Won) and 2014 WTA Finals (Won). In that period exceptions are withdrawals at 2015 Rome (3r), 2015 Bastad (2r) and loss at 2016 Miami (4r) Oldest No.1 in WTA history set record when current streak began on February 18, Spending her 294th and 295th weeks at No.1 (non-consecutive) during 2016 Roland Garros. Third on all-time list after Graf s 377 and Navratilova s 332 Spending her 171st and 172nd consecutive weeks at No.1 during 2016 Roland Garros, which is second longest streak in WTA history after Graf s 186

15 Prior to Rome, withdrew from 2016 Madrid w/flu and reached 4r at Miami (l. eventual runner-up Kuznetsova). Achieved 750th career victory (all levels) while at Miami. Reached 88th career singles final at 2016 Indian Wells, which she lost to Azarenka Contested 26th Grand Slam singles final of career at 2016 Australian Open (l. Kerber). Prior to loss, had won last 15 finals contested, going back to 2013 Cincinnati (l. Azarenka) Record in finals across all the Grand Slams is now 21-5 losses coming at 2001 US Open (l. V.Williams), 2004 Wimbledon (l. Sharapova), 2008 Wimbledon (l. V.Williams), 2011 US Open (l. Stosur) and 2016 Australian Open (l. Kerber) In 2015, came within two match wins of completing the calendar year Grand Slam, having won the Australian Open (d. Sharapova in F), Roland Garros (d. Safarova in F) and Wimbledon (d. Muguruza in F); l. Vinci in SF at US Open. Was bidding to become third woman in Open Era to achieve the feat, after Court (1970) and Graf (1988) With victory at 2015 Wimbledon, held all four Grand Slam titles at the same time - the Serena Slam - for the second time in her career. Previously achieved this feat from 2002 Roland Garros to 2003 Australian Open Has won 13 Grand Slam doubles titles, all with sister Venus - most recently at 2012 Wimbledon. The sisters lost in the 3r of doubles at 2016 Roland Garros (l. Bertens/Larsson) Won five titles in 2015 (best on tour); in addition to the three Slams, won Miami for a record eighth time (d. Suarez Navarro in F) as well as Cincinnati (d. Halep in F). The only other players to win any WTA event eight times or more are Evert, Navratilova and Graf Recorded 700th career match win in QF at 2015 Miami (all levels), becoming the eighth woman to achieve the feat Finished 2015 season with a 53-3 match record, joint most wins along with Kerber and Ka.Pliskova Loss to Kvitova at 2015 Madrid ended a 27-match unbeaten streak, the second-best of her career (best is 34 in 2013) For the third time in career, passed $9 million in single-season prize money in 2015; holds single-season record of $12,385,572, achieved in 2013 At 2014 US Open, received $4 million prize money pay out (incl. Emirates Airline US Open Series bonus); the largest payout in tennis - men s or women s Career prize money currently stands at over $76 million First WTA player to pass 6 million Twitter followers Coached by father Richard Williams and mother Oracene Price; coaching consultant is Patrick Mouratoglou; hitting partner is Robbye Poole

16 Muguruza: Making fourth main draw appearance at Roland Garros and playing 14th Grand Slam main draw of career Has advanced to her first Roland Garros final, and second career Grand Slam final Owns a 0-1 record in Grand Slam finals, finishing runner-up at 2015 Wimbledon (l. S.Williams in F) Previous best performance at Roland Garros was QF twice, in 2014 (d. today's opponent S.Williams in 2r, l. eventual champion Sharapova) and 2015 (l. eventual finalist Safarova) Has become the third Spanish woman in the Open Era to reach the final of Roland Garros, after Arantxa Sanchez- Vicario and Conchita Martinez Is the first Spanish woman to reach the Roland Garros final since 2000, when Conchita Martinez finished runner-up to Mary Pierce Bidding to become the first Spanish woman to win Roland Garros since 1998, when Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario defeated Monica Seles in three sets SPANISH FINALISTS AT ROLAND GARROS (OPEN ERA) YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE 1989 (7) Arantxa Sánchez (ESP #10) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #1) 76(6) (1) Monica Seles (YUG #1) (5) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #6) (2) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #2) (12) Mary Pierce (FRA #12) (2) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (1) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #1) (Co-1) Steffi Graf (GER Co-#1) (4) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #3) 63 67(4) (4) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #5) (6) Monica Seles (USA #8) 76(5) (6) Mary Pierce (FRA #7) (5) Conchita Martínez (ESP #5) Bidding to become the 45th player in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam title Since 2000, five players have won their career-first Grand Slam title at Roland Garros: Henin (2003), Myskina (2004), Ivanovic (2008), Schiavone (2010) and Li (2011) Muguruza is playing her career-first final on clay; the last Roland Garros finalist to play her career first final on clay was Natasha Zvereva in 1988 (l. Graf) This is her sixth career singles final; owns a 2-3 record. Four of the finals were on hardcourts (Won-2014 Hobart, 2015 Beijing; R-Up-2014 Florianopolis, 2015 Wuhan), and one on grass (R-Up-2015 Wimbledon) Muguruza is seeded No.4; the last No.4 seed to win the Roland Garros title was Justine Henin in 2003 (d. Clijsters in F) Owns a 1-2 record vs. World No.1 players (all matches vs. S.Williams). Won their 2014 Roland Garros 2r encounter (62 62), which remains her career-best win, but lost their R16 match at 2015 Australian Open ( ) and 2015 Wimbledon final (64 64) The 2014 Roland Garros match-up between Muguruza and S.Williams was the last time a Spanish player defeated a World No.1 Bidding to become the seventh player to defeat the World No.1 in the Roland Garros final: DEFEATS OF WORLD NO.1 IN ROLAND GARROS FINAL (OPEN ERA) YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE 1985 (2) Chris Evert (USA #2) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) 63 67(4) (2) Chris Evert (USA #2) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) (2) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) (7) Arantxa Sánchez (ESP #10) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #1) 76(6) (2) Monica Seles (YUG #3) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #1) 76(6) (2) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (1) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #1) (9) Iva Majoli (CRO #9) (1) Martina Hingis (SUI #1) (6) Steffi Graf (GER #6) (1) Martina Hingis (SUI #1) (7) Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS #7) (1) Dinara Safina (RUS #1) 64 62

17 Owns a lifetime record vs. Top 10 opponents, and 2-2 so far this year, with wins over No.10 Bacsinszky (Rome) and No.8 Vinci (Fed Cup) Bidding to become only the second player born in the 1990s to win a Grand Slam title (after Petra Kvitova, 2011 and 2014 Wimbledon) At 22 years, 7 months would be the youngest first-time Grand Slam champion since Victoria Azarenka won 2012 Australian Open aged 22 years, 6 months Muguruza would be the ninth different first-time Grand Slam title winner in the last 24 Grand Slams: Schiavone (2010 Roland Garros), Li (2011 Roland Garros), Kvitova (2011 Wimbledon), Stosur (2011 US Open), Azarenka (2012 Australian Open), Bartoli (2013 Wimbledon), Pennetta (2015 US Open) and Kerber (2016 Australian Open) Dropped opening set of the tournament to Schmiedlova, but has won every subsequent match in straight sets; has dropped 38 games en route to the final (one less than S.Williams - 39) Muguruza s ranking is projected to rise to No.3 having reached the final and would be No.2 should she win the title (which would be a new career-high) The last Spanish woman to be ranked in the Top 2 was Sanchez-Vicario, the week of 16 December 1996 (as No.2) Advanced to SF at 2016 Rome (l. eventual runner-up Keys). SF run in Rome was first time the Spaniard had won three consecutive matches at a tournament since the 2015 WTA Finals (against Kvitova, Kerber and Safarova in RR stage) In other clay court events fell 2r at 2016 Madrid (l. Begu) and QF run at Stuttgart (l. Kvitova) Played first matches of season on clay representing Spain in Fed Cup in April, going 2-0 in singles (d. Schiavone, Vinci) in defeat of Italy in World Group play-off During the US hard court swing, reached R16 at 2016 Miami for third time (l. eventual champion Azarenka). Made WTA main draw debut there in 2012, defeating No.9 Zvonareva for first Top 10 win of career Suffered opening match loss at 2016 Indian Wells (after 1r bye, l. McHale). Loss to No.62 McHale was worst-byranking since 2015 US Open (l. No.97 Konta) In February, fell 2r at 2016 Dubai (w/1r bye, l. Svitolina) and reached QF at Doha (l. Petkovic). Went 2-0 in singles in Spain s 4-0 win over Serbia in 2016 Fed Cup World Group II QF tie (d. Jankovic, Jorovic) Opened 2016 season at Brisbane after 1r bye, ret. vs. Lepchenko in 2r w/left foot injury. Reached 3r at Australian Open (l. Strycova); was seeded No.3, her highest seeding at a Grand Slam to date Enjoyed a breakout season in 2015, ending the year ranked No.3 In 2015 won biggest title of career at Premier Mandatory-level Beijing (d. Bacsinszky in F) and finished runner-up at Wuhan (l. V.Williams via ret.) in back-to-back weeks Advanced to first Grand Slam final at 2015 Wimbledon (l. S.Williams). Defeated four Top 20 opponents en route to final at All England Club: No.10 Kerber (3r), No.5 Wozniacki (R16), No.15 Bacsinszky (QF) and No.13 A.Radwanska (SF) Became first Spanish woman to reach Wimbledon final since Sanchez Vicario (1996) and first Spanish woman to reach any Grand Slam singles final since Martinez at 2000 Roland Garros (l. Pierce) One of just five players born in the 1990s to make a Grand Slam final of the five, only Kvitova has gone on to lift the title (both times at Wimbledon, 2011 and 2014) Made Top 10 debut after 2015 Wimbledon; one of six players to enter the elite bracket in 2015 also Makarova, Suarez Navarro, Safarova, Ka.Pliskova and Bacsinszky Qualified for 2015 WTA Finals in singles for first time in career; compiled a perfect 3-0 record in RR stage (d. Safarova, Kerber and Kvitova) but lost to eventual champion A.Radwanska in SF During 2015 season, Muguruza/Suarez Navarro won titles at Birmingham and Tokyo, and were runners-up at Dubai and Madrid. Qualified for 2015 WTA Finals in doubles following withdrawal of Dellacqua/Shvedova (Dellacqua: concussion). Team advanced to final (l. Hingis/Mirza) Owns 2-3 career record in singles finals in addition to 2015 Beijing, won 2014 Hobart (as qualifier, d. Koukalova in F, did not drop a set en route) In addition to 2015 Wimbledon final, has furthermore reached QF twice in Grand Slam play, at Roland Garros in 2014 and 2015 In 2014 was the only player to record wins over the No.1-ranked (S.Williams at Roland Garros) and No.2-ranked (Halep at Wuhan) Currently the Spanish No.1 ahead of Suarez Navarro and Arruabarrena in Top 100 (May 23, 2016) Coached by Sam Sumyk; parted ways with long-time coach Alejo Mancisidor prior to 2015 US Open

18 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT ROLAND GARROS HONOR ROLL (OPEN ERA) YEAR (SEED) CHAMPION (RANK) (SEED) RUNNER-UP (RANK) SCORE 1968 (2) Nancy Richey (USA) (1) Ann Haydon Jones (GBR) (1) Margaret Smith-Court (AUS) (3) Ann Haydon Jones (GBR) (1) Margaret Smith-Court (AUS) (7) Helga Niessen (GER) (3) Evonne Goolagong (AUS) (-) Helen Gourlay (AUS) (3) Billie Jean King (USA) (1) Evonne Goolagong (AUS) (1) Margaret Smith-Court (AUS) (2) Chris Evert (USA) 67(5) 76(6) (1) Chris Evert (USA) (3) Olga Morozova (RUS) (1) Chris Evert (USA) (2) Martina Navratilova (TCH) (1) Sue Barker (GBR #18) (-) Renata Tomanova (TCH #47) (1) Mima Jausovec (YUG #9) (-) Florenta Mihai (ROM #40) 62 67(5) (2) Virginia Ruzici (ROM #17) (1) Mima Jausovec (YUG #14) (1) Chris Evert (USA #1) (4) Wendy Turnbull (AUS #6) (1) Chris Evert (USA #3) (8) Virginia Ruzici (ROM #13) (4) Hana Mandlikova (TCH #5) (6) Sylvia Hanika (GER #9) (2) Martina Navratilova (USA #2) (4) Andrea Jaeger (USA #4) 76(6) (2) Chris Evert (USA #2) (-) Mima Jausovec (YUG #38) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) (2) Chris Evert-Lloyd (USA #2) (2) Chris Evert (USA #2) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) 63 67(4) (2) Chris Evert (USA #2) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) (2) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (1) Martina Navratilova (USA #1) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #1) (13) Natalia Zvereva (URS #15) (7) Arantxa Sánchez (ESP #10) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #1) 76(6) (2) Monica Seles (YUG #3) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #1) 76(6) (1) Monica Seles (YUG #1) (5) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #6) (1) Monica Seles (YUG #1) (2) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (1) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (5) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA #7) (2) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #2) (12) Mary Pierce (FRA #12) (2) Steffi Graf (GER #2) (1) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #1) (Co-1) Steffi Graf (GER Co-#1) (4) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #3) 63 67(4) (9) Iva Majoli (CRO #9) (1) Martina Hingis (SUI #1) (4) Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP #5) (6) Monica Seles (USA #8) 76(5) (6) Steffi Graf (GER #6) (1) Martina Hingis (SUI #1) (6) Mary Pierce (FRA #7) (5) Conchita Martínez (ESP #5) (4) Jennifer Capriati (USA #4) (12) Kim Clijsters (BEL #14) (3) Serena Williams (USA #3) (2) Venus Williams (USA #2) (4) Justine Henin (BEL #4) (2) Kim Clijsters (BEL #2) (6) Anastasia Myskina (RUS #5) (9) Elena Dementieva (RUS #10) (10) Justine Henin (BEL #12) (21) Mary Pierce (FRA #23) (5) Justine Henin (BEL #5) (8) Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS #10) (1) Justine Henin (BEL #1) (7) Ana Ivanovic (SRB #7) (2) Ana Ivanovic (SRB #2) (13) Dinara Safina (RUS #14) (7) Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS #7) (1) Dinara Safina (RUS #1) (17) Francesca Schiavone (ITA #17) (7) Samantha Stosur (AUS #7) 64 76(2) 2011 (6) Li Na (CHN #7) (5) Francesca Schiavone (ITA #5) 64 76(0) 2012 (2) Maria Sharapova (RUS #2) (21) Sara Errani (ITA #24) (1) Serena Williams (USA #1) (2) Maria Sharapova (RUS #2) (7) Maria Sharapova (RUS #8) (4) Simona Halep (ROU #4) 64 67(5) (1) Serena Williams (USA #1) (13) Lucie Safarova (CZE #13) 63 67(2) 62 Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 9

19 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT FIRST TIME GRAND SLAM CHAMPS Since 1968 Roland Garros, 44 women have won at least one Grand Slam title (25 have gone on to win more). PLAYER AGE TOTAL OPEN ERA FIRST GRAND SLAM TITLE YRS, MOS GS TITLES (SGL) ****Richey-Gunter, Nancy (USA) 25, Roland Garros 1 ***King, Billie Jean (USA) 24, Wimbledon 8 Wade, Virginia (GBR) 23, US Open 3 *Court, Margaret (AUS) 26, Australian Open 11 **Jones, Ann (GBR) 30, Wimbledon 1 Goolagong Cawley, Evonne (AUS) 19, Roland Garros 7 Evert, Chris (USA) 19, Roland Garros 18 Barker, Sue (GBR) 20, Roland Garros 1 Melville-Reid, Kerry (AUS) 29, Australian Open (Jan) 1 Jausovec, Mima (YUG) 20, Roland Garros 1 Ruzici, Virginia (ROM) 23, Roland Garros 1 Navratilova, Martina (TCH/USA) 21, Wimbledon 18 O'Neil, Christine (AUS) 22, Australian Open 1 Austin, Tracy (USA) 16, US Open 2 Jordan, Barbara (USA) 22, Australian Open 1 Mandlikova, Hana (TCH/AUS) 18, Australian Open 4 Graf, Steffi (GER) 17, Roland Garros 22 Sanchez Vicario, Arantxa (ESP) 17, Roland Garros 4 Seles, Monica (YUG/USA) 16, Roland Garros 9 Sabatini, Gabriela (ARG) 20, US Open 1 Martínez, Conchita (ESP) 22, Wimbledon 1 Pierce, Mary (FRA) 20, Australian Open 2 Hingis, Martina (SUI) 16, Australian Open 5 Majoli, Iva (CRO) 19, Roland Garros 1 Novotna, Jana (CZE) 29, Wimbledon 1 Davenport, Lindsay (USA) 22, US Open 3 Williams, Serena (USA) 17, US Open 21 Williams, Venus (USA) 20, Wimbledon 7 Capriati, Jennifer (USA) 24, Australian Open 3 Henin, Justine (BEL) 21, Roland Garros 7 Myskina, Anastasia (RUS) 22, Roland Garros 1 Sharapova, Maria (RUS) 17, Wimbledon 5 Kuznetsova, Svetlana (RUS) 19, US Open 2 Clijsters, Kim (BEL) 22, US Open 4 Mauresmo, Amelie (FRA) 26, Australian Open 2 Ivanovic, Ana (SRB) 20, Roland Garros 1 Schiavone, Francesca (ITA) 29, Roland Garros 1 Li, Na (CHN) 29, Roland Garros 2 Kvitova, Petra (CZE) 21, Wimbledon 2 Stosur, Samantha (AUS) 27, US Open 1 Azarenka, Victoria (BLR) 22, Australian Open 2 Bartoli, Marion (FRA) 28, Wimbledon 1 Pennetta, Flavia (ITA) 33, US Open 1 Kerber, Angelique (GER) 28, Australian Open 1 *Court won her first Grand Slam title at 1960 Australian Championships aged 17 years, 6 months, and followed with 12 more titles between 1960 and 1966 ** Jones won two pre-open Era Grand Slam titles: her first at 1961 French Championships, aged 22 years, 8 months and a 2nd at the French again in 1966 *** King won 4 titles prior to the Open Era: (Wimbledon , US Open 1967 and the 1968 Australian Championships); King was aged 22 years, 8 months at the time of her first GS win at Wimbledon 1966 ****Richey won 1967 Australian Open (aged 24 years, 4 months) and the 1968 French Open - the first Grand Slam tournament of the Open Era Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 10

20 2016 ROLAND GARROS WOMEN S MATCH NOTES PARIS, FRANCE MAY 22-JUNE 5, 2016 GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT OPEN ERA GRAND SLAM HONOR ROLL YEAR AUSTRALIAN OPEN 1 ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN [2] Nancy Richey (USA) [1] Billie Jean King (USA) [6] Virginia Wade (GBR) 1969 [2] Margaret Court (AUS) [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [4] Ann Jones (GBR) [2] Margaret Court (AUS) 1970 [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [1] Margaret Court (AUS) 1971 [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [3] Evonne Goolagong (AUS) [3] Evonne Goolagong (AUS) [1] Billie Jean King (USA) 1972 [2] Virginia Wade (GBR) [3] Billie Jean King (USA) [2] Billie Jean King (USA) [1] Billie Jean King (USA) 1973 [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [1] Margaret Court (AUS) [2] Billie Jean King (USA) [2] Margaret Court (AUS) 1974 [2] Evonne Goolagong (AUS) [1] Chris Evert (USA) [2] Chris Evert (USA) [2] Billie Jean King (USA) 1975 [3] Evonne Goolagong (AUS) [1] Chris Evert (USA) [3] Billie Jean King (USA) [1] Chris Evert (USA) 1976 [1] Evonne Goolagong (AUS) [1] Sue Barker (GBR) [1] Chris Evert (USA) [1] Chris Evert (USA) 1977 JAN -[2] Kerry Reid (AUS) DEC - [1] Evonne Goolagong (AUS) [1] Mima Jausovec (YUG) [3] Virginia Wade (GBR) [1] Chris Evert (USA) 1978 [-] Chris O Neil (AUS) [2] Virginia Ruzici (ROU) [2] Martina Navratilova (USA) [2] Chris Evert (USA) 1979 [5] Barbara Jordan (USA) [1] Chris Evert (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [3] Tracy Austin (USA) 1980 [3] Hana Mandlikova (CZE) [1] Chris Evert (USA) [4] Evonne Cawley (AUS) [3] Chris Evert (USA) 1981 [3] Martina Navratilova (USA) [4] Hana Mandlikova (CZE) [1] Chris Evert (USA) [3] Tracy Austin (USA) 1982 [2] Chris Evert (USA) [2] Martina Navratilova (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [2] Chris Evert (USA) 1983 [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [2] Chris Evert (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) 1984 [2] Chris Evert (USA) [2] Martina Navratilova (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) 1985 [2] Martina Navratilova (USA) [2] Chris Evert (USA) [=1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [3] Hana Mandlikova (CZE) 1986 Not held [2] Chris Evert (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) 1987 [2] Hana Mandlikova (CZE) [2] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Martina Navratilova (USA) [2] Martina Navratilova (USA) 1988 [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) 1989 [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [7] Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) 1990 [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [2] Monica Seles (YUG) [2] Martina Navratilova (USA) [5] Gabriela Sabatini (ARG) 1991 [2] Monica Seles (YUG) [1] Monica Seles (YUG) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [2] Monica Seles (YUG) 1992 [1] Monica Seles (YUG) [1] Monica Seles (YUG) [=1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Monica Seles (YUG) 1993 [1] Monica Seles (YUG) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) 1994 [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [2] Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP) [3] Conchita Martínez (ESP) [2] Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP) 1995 [4] Mary Pierce (FRA) [2] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) 1996 [1] Monica Seles (USA) [=1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) [1] Steffi Graf (GER) 1997 [4] Martina Hingis (SUI) [9] Iva Majoli (CRO) [1] Martina Hingis (SUI) [1] Martina Hingis (SUI) 1998 [1] Martina Hingis (SUI) [4] Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario (ESP) [3] Jana Novotna (CZE) [2] Lindsay Davenport (USA) 1999 [2] Martina Hingis (SUI) [6] Steffi Graf (GER) [3] Lindsay Davenport (USA) [7] Serena Williams (USA) 2000 [2] Lindsay Davenport (USA) [6] Mary Pierce (FRA) [5] Venus Williams (USA) [3] Venus Williams (USA) 2001 [12] Jennifer Capriati (USA) [4] Jennifer Capriati (USA) [2] Venus Williams (USA) [4] Venus Williams (USA) 2002 [1] Jennifer Capriati (USA) [3] Serena Williams (USA) [2] Serena Williams (USA) [1] Serena Williams (USA) 2003 [1] Serena Williams (USA) [4] Justine Henin (BEL) [1] Serena Williams (USA) [2] Justine Henin (BEL) 2004 [1] Justine Henin (BEL) [6] Anastasia Myskina (RUS) [13] Maria Sharapova (RUS) [9] Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS) 2005 [7] Serena Williams (USA) [10] Justine Henin (BEL) [14] Venus Williams (USA) [4] Kim Clijsters (BEL) 2006 [3] Amelie Mauresmo (FRA) [5] Justine Henin (BEL) [1] Amelie Mauresmo (FRA) [3] Maria Sharapova (RUS) 2007 [-] Serena Williams (USA) [1] Justine Henin (BEL) [23] Venus Williams (USA) [1] Justine Henin (BEL) 2008 [5] Maria Sharapova (RUS) [2] Ana Ivanovic (SRB) [7] Venus Williams (USA) [4] Serena Williams (USA) 2009 [2] Serena Williams (USA) [7] Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS) [2] Serena Williams (USA) [WC] Kim Clijsters (BEL) 2010 [1] Serena Williams (USA) [17] Francesca Schiavone (ITA) [1] Serena Williams (USA) [2] Kim Clijsters (BEL) 2011 [3] Kim Clijsters (BEL) [6] Li Na (CHN) [8] Petra Kvitova (CZE) [9] Samantha Stosur (AUS) 2012 [3] Victoria Azarenka (BLR) [2] Maria Sharapova (RUS) [6] Serena Williams (USA) [4] Serena Williams (USA) 2013 [1] Victoria Azarenka (BLR) [1] Serena Williams (USA) [15] Marion Bartoli (FRA) [1] Serena Williams (USA) 2014 [4] Li Na (CHN) [7] Maria Sharapova (RUS) [6] Petra Kvitova (CZE) [1] Serena Williams (USA) 2015 [1] Serena Williams (USA) [1] Serena Williams (USA) [1] Serena Williams (USA) [26] Flavia Pennetta (ITA) 2016 [7] Angelique Kerber (GER) Notes - 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Australian Open held at start of year and from 1987, held at end of year from 1977 to 1985; held on grass through 1985, and hard court from 1987; 2. US Open held on grass through 1974, Clay (Har-tru) ; Hard court from Highlighted winners denote first time Grand Slam champions Follow WTA on Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: 11

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