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2014 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles

Women's Singles
2014 Wimbledon Championships
Champion Petra Kvitová
Runner-up Eugenie Bouchard
Final score 6–3, 6–0

Marion Bartoli was the defending champion, but retired from professional tennis in August 2013 several weeks after she won the tournament.[1]

Like the previous major, the 2014 Wimbledon Championships was marked by two big upsets. The top two seeds – Serena Williams and Li Na – both lost in the third round. That marked the first time in Open Era top seeds didn't reach the second week of Wimbledon. Five-time Wimbledon champion Williams' shock defeat to 25th-seeded Alizé Cornet equalled her earliest exit from the tournament (she lost at the same stage in 1998 and 2005),[2] while Li fell to unseeded Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová in straight-sets tiebreaks, and this was Li's final professional tennis match before she announced her retirement almost three months later.[3][4]

Petra Kvitová advanced to her second Wimbledon final. She won defeating Eugenie Bouchard in a comprehensive straight-sets victory that only took 55 minutes.[5] This marked the fifth-shortest women's singles final in Wimbledon history in terms of time elapsed.[6]

Contents

  • Seeds 1
  • Qualifying 2
  • Draw 3
    • Key 3.1
    • Finals 3.2
    • Top half 3.3
      • Section 1 3.3.1
      • Section 2 3.3.2
      • Section 3 3.3.3
      • Section 4 3.3.4
    • Bottom half 3.4
      • Section 5 3.4.1
      • Section 6 3.4.2
      • Section 7 3.4.3
      • Section 8 3.4.4
  • The final 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Seeds

Qualifying

Draw

Key

Finals

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                       
  13   Eugenie Bouchard 6 6  
9   Angelique Kerber 3 4  
  13   Eugenie Bouchard 77 6  
  3   Simona Halep 65 2  
3   Simona Halep 6 6
  19   Sabine Lisicki 4 0  
    13   Eugenie Bouchard 3 0
  6   Petra Kvitová 6 6
  23   Lucie Šafářová 6 6  
22   Ekaterina Makarova 3 1  
  23   Lucie Šafářová 66 1
  6   Petra Kvitová 78 6  
6   Petra Kvitová 6 7
      Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová 1 5  

Top half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
1 S Williams 6 6
A Tatishvili 1 2 1 S Williams 6 6
C Scheepers 6 6 C Scheepers 1 1
C McHale 3 3 1 S Williams 6 3 4
J Jakšić 2 6 5 25 A Cornet 1 6 6
P Cetkovská 6 4 7 P Cetkovská 4 7 3
AK Schmiedlová 6 4 2 25 A Cornet 6 5 6
25 A Cornet 4 6 6 25 A Cornet 65 5
20 A Petkovic 6 6 13 E Bouchard 77 7
K Piter 1 4 20 A Petkovic 6 3 6
I-C Begu 1 6 7 I-C Begu 4 6 1
V Razzano 6 4 5 20 A Petkovic 3 4
WC S Soler Espinosa 6 6 13 E Bouchard 6 6
O Govortsova 2 3 WC S Soler Espinosa 5 1
D Hantuchová 5 5 13 E Bouchard 7 6
13 E Bouchard 7 7

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
9 A Kerber 6 6
U Radwańska 2 4 9 A Kerber 6 5 6
H Watson 6 6 H Watson 2 7 1
A Tomljanović 3 2 9 A Kerber 3 6 6
P Martić 0 1 24 K Flipkens 6 3 2
L Domínguez Lino 6 6 L Domínguez Lino 2 1
Q T Paszek 4 77 2 24 K Flipkens 6 6
24 K Flipkens 6 63 6 9 A Kerber 77 4 6
26 A Pavlyuchenkova 6 5 1 5 M Sharapova 64 6 4
A Riske 4 7 6 A Riske 7 6
A Cadanţu 1 65 C Giorgi 5 2
C Giorgi 6 77 A Riske 3 0
Q T Bacsinszky 6 6 5 M Sharapova 6 6
S Fichman 1 3 Q T Bacsinszky 2 1
WC S Murray 1 0 5 M Sharapova 6 6
5 M Sharapova 6 6

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
3 S Halep 6 6
T Pereira 2 2 3 S Halep 6 4 6
D Pfizenmaier 3 0 Q L Tsurenko 3 6 4
Q L Tsurenko 6 6 3 S Halep 6 6
B Bencic 2 6 6 B Bencic 4 1
M Rybáriková 6 3 3 B Bencic 6 7
Q V Duval 6 3 6 Q V Duval 4 5
29 S Cîrstea 4 6 1 3 S Halep 6 6
21 R Vinci 4 6 4 Z Diyas 3 0
D Vekić 6 4 6 D Vekić 4 4
WC V Zvonareva 6 63 9 WC V Zvonareva 6 6
WC T Moore 4 77 7 WC V Zvonareva 61 6 3
Z Diyas 77 6 Z Diyas 77 3 6
K Mladenovic 64 4 Z Diyas 714 5 6
S Zhang 1 2 15 C Suárez Navarro 612 7 2
15 C Suárez Navarro 6 6

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
11 A Ivanovic 78 6
F Schiavone 66 4 11 A Ivanovic 6 6
A Beck 1 3 J Zheng 4 0
J Zheng 6 6 11 A Ivanovic 4 6 1
Ka Plíšková 64 6 10 19 S Lisicki 6 3 6
K Knapp 77 4 8 Ka Plíšková 3 5
J Glushko 2 1 19 S Lisicki 6 7
19 S Lisicki 6 6 19 S Lisicki 6 3 6
31 K Koukalová 7 6 Y Shvedova 3 6 4
WC T Townsend 5 2 31 K Koukalová 5 77 2
M Keys 6 6 M Keys 7 63 6
M Puig 3 3 M Keys 67 6r
WC Kr Plíšková 6 4 6 Y Shvedova 79 6
Y Shvedova 3 6 8 Y Shvedova 6 64 6
K Kanepi 6 6 K Kanepi 3 77 2
7 J Janković 3 2

Bottom half

Section 5

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
8 V Azarenka 6 7
M Lučić-Baroni 3 5 8 V Azarenka 3 6 5
J Larsson 62 0 B Jovanovski 6 3 7
B Jovanovski 77 6 B Jovanovski 6 65 8
Q T Smitková 6 6 Q T Smitková 4 77 10
S-w Hsieh 3 3 Q T Smitková 6 77
C Vandeweghe 6 3 7 C Vandeweghe 3 64
27 G Muguruza 3 6 5 Q T Smitková 0 2
23 L Šafářová 77 77 23 L Šafářová 6 6
J Görges 63 63 23 L Šafářová 79 7
P Hercog 6 6 P Hercog 67 5
P Ormaechea 4 4 23 L Šafářová 6 6
M Niculescu 5 3 10 D Cibulková 4 2
A Van Uytvanck 7 6 A Van Uytvanck 6 3 6
Q A Wozniak 1 2 10 D Cibulková 3 6 8
10 D Cibulková 6 6

Section 6

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
14 S Errani 6 63 5
C Garcia 2 77 7 C Garcia 7 6
T Pironkova 78 2 2 V Lepchenko 5 3
V Lepchenko 66 6 6 C Garcia 5 3
M Doi 6 6 22 E Makarova 7 6
E Svitolina 4 1 M Doi 5 4
K Date-Krumm 6 4 5 22 E Makarova 7 6
22 E Makarova 3 6 7 22 E Makarova 6 6
28 S Kuznetsova 6 3 1 4 A Radwańska 3 0
Q M Larcher de Brito 3 6 6 Q M Larcher de Brito 6 4 6
S Vögele 3 66 WC J Gajdošová 3 6 3
WC J Gajdošová 6 78 Q M Larcher de Brito 2 0
Q A Kontaveit 6 64 3 4 A Radwańska 6 6
C Dellacqua 3 77 6 C Dellacqua 4 0
Q A Mitu 2 1 4 A Radwańska 6 6
4 A Radwańska 6 6

Section 7

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
6 P Kvitová 6 6
A Hlaváčková 3 0 6 P Kvitová 6 6
M Barthel 7 6 M Barthel 2 0
PR R Oprandi 5 0 6 P Kvitová 5 77 7
K Nara 6 6 30 V Williams 7 62 5
A-L Friedsam 4 4 K Nara 64 1
MT Torró Flor 4 6 2 30 V Williams 77 6
30 V Williams 6 4 6 6 P Kvitová 6 6
18 S Stephens 2 66 S Peng 3 2
M Kirilenko 6 78 M Kirilenko 0 3
J Konta 4 6 4 S Peng 6 6
S Peng 6 3 6 S Peng 0 6 6
L Davis 6 6 L Davis 6 3 3
A Kleybanova 1 2 L Davis 6 77
J Čepelová 2 3 12 F Pennetta 4 64
12 F Pennetta 6 6

Section 8

First round Second round Third round Fourth round
16 C Wozniacki 6 6
S Pe'er 3 0 16 C Wozniacki 6 6
WC N Broady 2 79 6 WC N Broady 3 2
T Babos 6 67 0 16 C Wozniacki 6 6
Q A Konjuh 6 4 6 Q A Konjuh 3 0
M Erakovic 3 6 0 Q A Konjuh 3 6 6
Y Wickmayer 6 6 Y Wickmayer 6 2 2
17 S Stosur 3 4 16 C Wozniacki 2 5
32 E Vesnina 6 6 B Záhlavová-Strýcová 6 7
P Mayr-Achleitner 0 4 32 E Vesnina 4 2
Q A Kudryavtseva 2 2 B Záhlavová-Strýcová 6 6
B Záhlavová-Strýcová 6 6 B Záhlavová-Strýcová 77 77
V King 5 3 2 N Li 65 65
Y Meusburger 7 6 Y Meusburger 2 2
Q P Kania 5 2 2 N Li 6 6
2 N Li 7 6

The final

Sixth-seeded Kvitová defeated her compatriot and 23rd-seeded Lucie Šafářová 7–6(8–6), 6–1 in the first semi-final, while thirteenth-seeded Eugenie Bouchard defeated third-seeded Simona Halep 7–6(7–5), 6–2 in the other.[7][8] Bouchard – playing in only her sixth grand slam tournament[5] – advanced to the final without losing a set,[9] becoming the first Canadian tennis player to reach the singles final of a grand slam.[5][10] The title match was the first grand slam final contested between two players born in the 1990s.[5] In the first set, Kvitová broke in the third game and broke again in the seventh to establish a 5–2 lead. With Kvitová serving for the set, Bouchard broke back, but Kvitová did the same in the following game to take the first set 6–3. The second set saw Kvitová lose only three points on serve as she bagelled Bouchard 6–0.[5] Only 10 other Wimbledon women singles champions lost "fewer games in the final than Kvitova did".[11]

The victory gave Kvitová her second Wimbledon title and second Grand Slam title overall.[5] After the tournament, Bouchard improved to a career-high World No. 7 in the WTA rankings – surpassing Carling Bassett-Seguso's record of being the highest-ranked Canadian woman of all-time – while Kvitová moved up to World No. 4.[9]

References

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External links

  • Wimbledon.com – News, Schedule, Results
  • Main draw


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