2019 WTA Finals - Singles
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2019 WTA Finals %E2%80%93 Singles
2019 WTA Finals
ChampionAustralia Ashleigh Barty
Runner-upUkraine Elina Svitolina
Final score6-4, 6-3
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Elina Svitolina was the defending champion, but lost to Ashleigh Barty in the final, 6-4, 6-3.

With victory in the final, Barty became the fifth woman (after Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Petra Kvitová, and Dominika Cibulková) to win the tournament on their first attempt. Barty was also the first player since Williams in 2014 to win the WTA Finals in the same year they won a Grand Slam title, and the third player to win both the WTA Finals and the WTA Elite Trophy after Venus Williams and Petra Kvitová.

In addition to Barty, Bianca Andreescu, Belinda Bencic and Sofia Kenin (as an alternate replacing Andreescu) made their debuts in the event. This was also the first WTA Finals tournament since 2009 when both alternates were used.[]

Barty secured the year-end WTA no. 1 singles ranking after playing her second round robin match. Karolína Plí?ková and Naomi Osaka were also in contention for the top ranking at the start of the tournament.

Barty took home $4.42 million in prize money as a result of winning this tournament, which is the most prize money ever won by any player at a single tournament in tennis history, male or female.

The tiebreak played between Elina Svitolina and Karolína Plí?ková at the round robin, in which Svitolina won 14-12, was credited as the longest of the entire 2019 season.[1]


  1. Australia Ashleigh Barty (Champion)
  2. Czech Republic Karolína Plí?ková (Semifinals)
  3. Japan Naomi Osaka (Round robin, withdrew due to a right shoulder injury)
  4. Canada Bianca Andreescu (Round robin, withdrew due to a left knee injury)
  5. Romania Simona Halep (Round robin)
  6. Czech Republic Petra Kvitová (Round robin)
  7. Switzerland Belinda Bencic (Semifinals, retired)
  8. Ukraine Elina Svitolina (Final)


  1. Netherlands Kiki Bertens (Round robin, replaced Osaka, retired)
  2. United States Sofia Kenin (Round robin, replaced Andreescu)




Semifinals Final
1 Australia Ashleigh Barty 4 6 6
2 Czech Republic Karolína Plí?ková 6 2 3
1 Australia Ashleigh Barty 6 6
8 Ukraine Elina Svitolina 4 3
7 Switzerland Belinda Bencic 7 3 1r
8 Ukraine Elina Svitolina 5 6 4

Red Group

+ Following WTA rules, Bertens' retirement against Bencic was counted as a straight-set loss in determining round robin standings.

Purple Group

+ Following WTA rules, Andreescu's retirement against Plí?ková was counted as a straight-set loss in determining round robin standings.

Standings are determined by: 1) Number of wins; 2) Number of matches; 3) In two-player ties, head-to-head records; 4) In three-player ties, (a) percentage of sets won (head-to-head records if two players remain tied), then (b) percentage of games won (head-to-head records if two players remain tied), then (c) WTA rankings


  1. ^ Nguyen, Courtney (28 October 2019). "As it happened: Elina Svitolina wins longest tiebreak of 2019 to stun No.2 Plí?ková". Women's Tennis Association. Retrieved 2021.

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