1995 State Farm Evert Cup – Singles

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Singles
1995 Newsweek Champions Cup
and the State Farm Evert Cup
1994 Champion Germany Steffi Graf
Champion United States Mary Joe Fernández
Runner-up Belarus Natasha Zvereva
Final score 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
← 1994 · Newsweek Champions Cup · 1996 →
← 1994 · State Farm Evert Cup · 1996 →

Steffi Graf was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Mary Joe Fernández won in the final 6–4, 6–3 against Natasha Zvereva.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated. The top four seeds received a bye to the second round.

  1. Spain Arantxa Sánchez Vicario (Semifinals)
  2. Spain Conchita Martínez (Quarterfinals)
  3. United States Lindsay Davenport (Quarterfinals)
  4. Belarus Natasha Zvereva (Final)
  5. Japan Naoko Sawamatsu (Semifinals)
  6. United States Amy Frazier (First Round)
  7. Germany Sabine Hack (First Round)
  8. United States Mary Joe Fernández (Champion)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Final[edit]

Final
4 Belarus Natasha Zvereva 4 3  
8 United States Mary Joe Fernández 6 6  

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Spain A Sánchez Vicario 6 6  
  United States A Grossman 1 1     Indonesia Y Basuki 3 1  
  Indonesia Y Basuki 6 6   1 Spain A Sánchez Vicario 7 6  
WC Netherlands Y Basting 1 3     United States C Rubin 6 2  
  United States C Rubin 6 6     United States C Rubin 6 6  
  South Africa A Coetzer 6 6     South Africa A Coetzer 4 4  
7 Germany S Hack 4 4   1 Spain A Sánchez Vicario 5 3  
4 Belarus N Zvereva 7 6  
4 Belarus N Zvereva 7 7  
  United States L Raymond 1 6 6   United States L Raymond 5 6  
  United States Z Garrison-Jackson 6 3 3 4 Belarus N Zvereva 6 6  
Q Australia R McQuillan 7 2 6   Russia E Likhovtseva 4 0  
  United States M Werdel 5 6 3 Q Australia R McQuillan 4 2  
  Russia E Likhovtseva 7 6     Russia E Likhovtseva 6 6  
6 United States A Frazier 6 4  

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Japan N Sawamatsu 6 6 6
  United States S Stafford 7 1 2 5 Japan N Sawamatsu 6 6  
  Japan N Miyagi 3 6 1   United States T Whitlinger-Jones 4 2  
  United States T Whitlinger-Jones 6 2 6 5 Japan N Sawamatsu 4 6 7
Q Australia K Radford 1 2   3 United States L Davenport 6 4 6
  Mexico A Gavaldón 6 6     Mexico A Gavaldón 3 1  
3 United States L Davenport 6 6  
5 Japan N Sawamatsu 4 1  
8 United States M J Fernández 6 6   8 United States M J Fernández 6 6  
Q United States S Cacic 4 0   8 United States M J Fernández 6 6 6
Q United States P Fendick 7 6   Q United States P Fendick 7 3 2
  United States G Helgeson-Nielsen 6 3   8 United States M J Fernández 7 6  
  Bulgaria K Maleeva 6 2 7 2 Spain C Martínez 6 2  
WC United States M Tu 4 6 6   Bulgaria K Maleeva 2 2  
2 Spain C Martínez 6 6  

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