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Australian Open: List of Women's Singles champions in Open Era

American tennis icon Serena Williams on Saturday romped home to her 19th Grand Slam singles title defeating her rival, Maria Sharapova in just little under two hours in front of a packed Rod Laver Arena crowd.

Australian Open: List of Women's Singles champions in Open Era

New Delhi: American tennis icon Serena Williams on Saturday romped home to her 19th Grand Slam singles title defeating her rival, Maria Sharapova in just little under two hours in front of a packed Rod Laver Arena crowd.

Here is the list of Australian Open women's singles winners after the event the start of Open Era in 1968.


2015 – Serena Williams (United States) bt Maria Sharapova (Russia)


2014 – Li Na (China) bt Dominika Cibulkova (Slovakia)


2013 – Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) bt Li Na (China)


2012 – Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) bt Maria Sharapova (Russia)


2011 – Kim Clijsters (Belgium) bt Li Na (China)


2010 – Serena Williams (United States) bt Justine Henin (Belgium)


2009 – Serena Williams (United States) bt Dinara Safina (Russia)


2008 – Maria Sharapova (Russia) bt Ana Ivanovic (Serbia)


2007 – Serena Williams (United States) bt Maria Sharapova (Russia)


2006 – Amelie Mauresmo (France) bt Justine Henin (Belgium)


2005 – Serena Williams (United States) bt Lindsay Davenport (United States)


2004 – Justine Henin ( Belgium) bt Kim Clijsters (Belgium)


2003 – Serena Williams (United States) bt Venus Williams (United States)


2002 – Jennifer Capriati (United States) bt Martina Hingis (Switzerland)


2001 – Jennifer Capriati (United States) bt Martina Hingis (Switzerland)


2000 – Lindsey Davenport bt Martina Hingis (Switzerland)


1999 – Martina Hingis (Switzerland) bt Amelie Mauresmo (France)


1998 – Martina Hingis (Switzerland) bt Conchita Martinez (Spain)


1997 – Martina Hingis (Switzerland) bt Mary Pierce (France)


1996 – Monica Seles (United States) bt Anke Huber (Germany)


1995 – Mary Pierce (France) bt Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (Spain)


1994 – Steffi Graf (Germany) bt Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (Spain)


1993 – Monica Seles (Yugoslavia) bt Steffi Graf (Germany)


1992 – Monica Seles (Yugoslavia) bt Mary Joe Fernandez (United States)


1991 – Monica Seles (Yugoslavia) bt Jana Novotna (Czechoslavakia)


1990 – Steffi Graf (Germany) bt Mary Joe Fernandez (United States)


1989 – Steffi Graf (Germany) bt Helena Sukova (Czechoslavakia)


1988 – Steffi Graf (Germany) bt Chris Evert (United States)


1987 – Hana Mandlikova (Czechoslavakia) bt Martina Navratilova (United States)


1986 – NO COMPETITION


1985 – Martina Navratilova (United States) bt Chris Evert (United States)


1984 – Chris Evert (United States) bt Helena Sukova (Czechoslavakia)


1983 – Martina Navratilova (United States) bt Kathy Jordan (United States)


1982 – Chris Evert (United States) bt Martina Navratilova (United States)


1981 – Martina Navratilova (United States) bt Chris Evert (United States)


1980 – Hana Mandlikova (Czechoslavakia) bt Wendy Turnbull (Australia)


1979 – Barbara Jordan (United States) bt Sharon Walsh (United States)


1978 – Chris O`Neil (Australia) bt Betsy Nagelsen (Australia)


1977 (December) – Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia) bt Helen Gourlay Cawley (Australia)


1977 (January) – Kerry Melville Reid (Australia) bt Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat (Australia)


1976 – Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia) bt Renata Tomanova (Czechoslavakia)


1975 – Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia) bt Martina Navratilova (Czechoslavakia)


1974 – Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia) bt Chris Evert (United States)


1973 – Margaret Court (Australia) bt Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia)


1972 – Virgina Wade (Britain) bt Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia)


1971 – Margaret Court (Australia) bt Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Australia)


1970 – Margaret Court (Australia) bt Melville Reid (Australia)


1969 – Margaret Court (Australia) bt Billie Jean King (United States)

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