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Australian Open WTA Seed Notes

Matt Zemek



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Presenting the best major result and the best Australian Open result for the 32 WTA singles seeds at the 2019 Australian Open:

1 – Simona Halep: Best major result — Champion; Best Australian Open result — Final

2 – Angelique Kerber: Major Champion; AO Champion

3 – Caroline Wozniacki: Champion, Champion

4 – Naomi Osaka: Champion, Fourth round

5 – Sloane Stephens: Champion, Semifinal

6 – Elina Svitolina: Quarterfinal, Quarterfinal

7 – Karolina Pliskova: Final, Quarterfinal

8 – Petra Kvitova: Champion, Semifinal

9 – Kiki Bertens: Semifinal, Third Round

10 – Daria Kasatkina: Quarterfinal, Third Round

11 – Aryna Sabalenka: Fourth Round, First Round

12 – Elise Mertens: Semifinal, Semifinal

13 – Anastasija Sevastova: Semifinal, Fourth Round

14 – Julia Goerges: Semifinal, Fourth Round

15 – Ashleigh Barty: Fourth Round, Third Round

16 – Serena Williams: Champion, Champion

17 – Madison Keys: Final, Semifinal

18 – Garbine Muguruza: Champion, Quarterfinal

19 – Caroline Garcia: Quarterfinal, Fourth Round

20 – Anett Kontaveit: Fourth Round, Fourth Round

21 – Wang Qiang: Third Round, Second Round

22 – Jelena Ostapenko: Champion, Third Round

23 – Carla Suarez Navarro: Quarterfinal, Quarterfinal

24 – Lesia Tsurenko: Quarterfinal, Third Round

25 – Mihaela Buzarnescu: Fourth Round, First Round

26 – Dominika Cibulkova: Final, Final

27 – Camila Giorgi: Quarterfinal, Third Round

28 – Hsieh Su-Wei: Fourth Round, Fourth Round

29 – Donna Vekic: Fourth Round, Second Round

30 – Maria Sharapova: Champion, Champion

31 – Petra Martic: Fourth Round, Fourth Round

32 – Barbora Strycova: Quarterfinal, Fourth Round

Matt Zemek is the co-editor of Tennis With An Accent with Saqib Ali. Matt is the lead writer for the site and helps Saqib with the TWAA podcast, produced by Radio Influence at Matt has written professionally about men's and women's tennis since 2014 for multiple outlets: Comeback Media, FanRagSports, and independently at Patreon, where he maintains a tennis site. You can reach Matt by e-mail: You can find him on Twitter at @mzemek.

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