2009 Dubai Tennis Championships – Women's Singles

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Women's Singles
2009 Dubai Tennis Championships
Champion United States Venus Williams
Runner-up France Virginie Razzano
Final score 6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women

Elena Dementieva was the defending champion, but lost in the quarterfinals to Venus Williams.

Venus Williams won in the final, 6–4, 6–2, over Virginie Razzano.

Seeds[edit]

The top eight seeds receive a bye into the second round.

  1. United States Serena Williams (Semifinals)
  2. Russia Dinara Safina (Second Round)
  3. Serbia Jelena Janković (Third Round)
  4. Russia Elena Dementieva (Quarterfinals)
  5. Russia Vera Zvonareva (Quarterfinals)
  6. United States Venus Williams (Champion)
  7. Russia Svetlana Kuznetsova (Second Round)
  8. Serbia Ana Ivanovic (Quarterfinals)
  9. Poland Agnieszka Radwańska (First Round)
  10. France Alizé Cornet (Third Round)
  11. France Marion Bartoli (Third Round)
  12. Slovakia Dominika Cibulková (Third Round)
  13. China Zheng Jie (Third Round)
  14. Spain Anabel Medina Garrigues (Third Round)
  15. Russia Anna Chakvetadze (First Round)
  16. Estonia Kaia Kanepi (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                       
  1  United States Serena Williams 6 6    
8  Serbia Ana Ivanovic 4 4    
  1  United States Serena Williams 1 6 63  
  6  United States Venus Williams 6 2 7  
4  Russia Elena Dementieva 3 3  
  6  United States Venus Williams 6 6    
    6  United States Venus Williams 6 6  
     France Virginie Razzano 4 2  
  Q  Russia Elena Vesnina 3 5    
16  Estonia Kaia Kanepi 6 7    
  16  Estonia Kaia Kanepi 1 2  
     France Virginie Razzano 6 6    
5  Russia Vera Zvonareva 67 5  
     France Virginie Razzano 7 7    

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    1  United States S Williams 4 6 6  
   Chinese Taipei Y-J Chan 4 4          Italy S Errani 6 2 0  
   Italy S Errani 6 6         1  United States S Williams 6 6    
   Australia S Stosur 6 6         13  China J Zheng 4 2    
   Slovakia M Rybáriková 4 3          Australia S Stosur 6 5 5
Q  Russia A Rodionova 1 1       13  China J Zheng 3 7 7  
13  China J Zheng 6 6         1  United States S Williams 6 6  
9  Poland A Radwańska 4 3         8  Serbia A Ivanovic 4 4  
Q  Poland U Radwańska 6 6       Q  Poland U Radwańska 7 5 0r  
   Hungary Á Szávay 6 2 3     LL  France C Pin 66 7 2  
LL  France C Pin 2 6 6       LL  France C Pin 2 65  
Q  Russia A Lapushchenkova 6 3 2       8  Serbia A Ivanovic 6 7    
   Russia A Kleybanova 3 6 6        Russia A Kleybanova 5 4  
    8  Serbia A Ivanovic 7 6    
 

Section 2[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    4  Russia E Dementieva 7 6    
   Ukraine M Koryttseva 1 4          Austria S Bammer 5 2    
   Austria S Bammer 6 6         4  Russia E Dementieva 6 6    
   Belarus O Govortsova 4 3         14  Spain A Medina Garrigues 1 3    
   Ukraine A Bondarenko 6 6          Ukraine A Bondarenko 2 5  
LL  Slovenia A Klepač 3 1       14  Spain A Medina Garrigues 6 7    
14  Spain A Medina Garrigues 6 6         4  Russia E Dementieva 3 3  
10  France A Cornet 6 6         6  United States V Williams 6 6  
   Germany A-L Grönefeld 4 1       10  France A Cornet 6 6    
Q  Germany J Schruff 6 2 6     Q  Germany J Schruff 1 2    
   Czech Republic P Kvitová 3 6 4       10  France A Cornet 3 2  
   Russia M Kirilenko 2 4         6  United States V Williams 6 6    
   Russia A Pavlyuchenkova 6 6          Russia A Pavlyuchenkova 0 1  
    6  United States V Williams 6 6    
 

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    7  Russia S Kuznetsova 4 6 0  
Q  Russia E Vesnina 1 6 6     Q  Russia E Vesnina 6 3 6  
   China N Li 6 4 4       Q  Russia E Vesnina 4 6 4  
   Bulgaria T Pironkova 6 6         12  Slovakia D Cibulková 6 1 0r  
Q  Ukraine V Kutuzova 2 3          Bulgaria T Pironkova 65 4  
   Romania S Cîrstea 4 2       12  Slovakia D Cibulková 7 6    
12  Slovakia D Cibulková 6 6         Q  Russia E Vesnina 3 5  
16  Estonia K Kanepi 2 6 6       16  Estonia K Kanepi 6 7  
Q  Austria T Paszek 6 2 0     16  Estonia K Kanepi 7 6    
WC  India S Mirza 7 6       WC  India S Mirza 5 2    
   Russia E Makarova 5 2         16  Estonia K Kanepi 6 7  
   China S Peng 6 5 2       3  Serbia J Janković 2 5    
   Romania M Niculescu 3 7 6        Romania M Niculescu 3 2  
    3  Serbia J Janković 6 6    
 

Section 4[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    5  Russia V Zvonareva 6 6    
WC  Russia V Dushevina 2 6 6     WC  Russia V Dushevina 0 3    
Q  China Z Yan 6 4 3       5  Russia V Zvonareva 5      
   Italy F Schiavone 6 6         11  France M Bartoli 2 r    
   Australia C Dellacqua 1 1          Italy F Schiavone 65 6 3
   Japan A Sugiyama 0 6 66     11  France M Bartoli 7 3 6  
11  France M Bartoli 6 4 7       5  Russia V Zvonareva 67 5  
15  Russia A Chakvetadze 5 2            France V Razzano 7 7  
LL  Japan A Morita[1] 7 6       LL  Japan A Morita 61 2    
WC  Switzerland S Vögele 5 2          Slovakia D Hantuchová 7 6    
   Slovakia D Hantuchová 7 6            Slovakia D Hantuchová 2 6 2
   Ukraine K Bondarenko 5 2            France V Razzano 6 1 6  
   France V Razzano 7 6          France V Razzano 6 6  
    2  Russia D Safina 4 2    
 

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ayumi Morita replaced Israeli Shahar Pe'er who was denied a visa. Israeli Peer refused Dubai visa, BBC Sport, 15 February 2009.

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