Aryna Sabalenka ousted Caroline Garcia and Elena Rybakina, becoming the player with the most winners in WTA 2023

Aryna Sabalenka ends season with most number of winners in the WTA 2023.


Aryna Sabalenka ousted Caroline Garcia and Elena Rybakina, becoming the player with the most winners in WTA 2023

Aryna Sabalenka (Via Hindustan TImes)

Aryna Sabalenka, the World No. 2, has had a remarkable 2023 season, and she also tops the charts by becoming the top player with the most number of winners in WTA 2023. With strong forehands and backhands, the Belarusian is one of the strongest players on tour and, rightfully so, won the most winners this season.

Opta Ace has recently released the stats of the most winners in the WTA Tour 2023. Aryna Sabalenka has hit a total of 1922 winners, surpassing other active players like Jelena Ostanpenka, who is in second place with 1832 winners.

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Frenchman Caroline Garcia is just behind them with 1829 winners. 

1922 - Aryna Sabalenka registered 1,922 winners in the WTA during 2023, she is the player with the most winners this season. Stupendous.
posted Opta Ace.

Aryna Sabalenka last played in the WTA Finals, where she managed to qualify for the semi-finals from her group but eventually lost to tournament winner Iga Swiatek. Notably, this year has been fruitful for the Belarusian, who won the Australian Open and went to the finals of the US Open. 

Aryna Sabalenka’s miraculous run in 2023

World No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka has been wonderful throughout the 2023 season. She managed to have a good run at all four Grand Slam titles. After a first-ever Grand Slam title win in Australia, the Belarusian managed to reach the semi-finals at Wimbledon and the French Open.

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At the US Open, she managed to reach the finals but unfortunately lost to American Coco Gauff. Other than the Grand Slams, she managed to reach multiple finals and quarterfinals of various WTA tournaments.

Aryna Sabalenka
Aryna Sabalenka (Via NDTV)

With these points, Sabalenka managed to qualify for the WTA Finals. The year only got better for the 25-year-old, as she managed to become World No. 1.

She will now defend her Australian title next year, and before this, she will play an exhibition match against finalist Elena Rybakina. Sabalenka said: 

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I'm excited about starting my 2024 Australian season in Brisbane. Australia holds a special place in my heart after winning my first Grand Slam there.

Australia will welcome returning champion Naomi Osaka, who is a huge addition to the WTA tour and poses a huge threat to the Belarusian and her title defense. Fans will be excited for the new season, which promises more and more entertainment. 

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