10 Leaders In Prize Money On The WTA Tour In 2021
Maria Sakkari has climbed to a record-breaking #6 ranking this season, qualifying for the WTA Finals and earning $2,029,990 in prize money.
Elise Mertens has won five trophies this season, one in singles and four in doubles and earned 2,098,133 in prize money
Naomi Osaka won the Australian Open for the second time this season, increasing her number of slam victories to four, earning 2,306,222 in prize money
Paula Badosa has won two titles this season and qualified for the WTA Finals for the first time, earning 2,655,962 in prize money.
Emma Raducanu unexpectedly won a trophy at the US Open and earned 2,807,446 in prize money
Garbine Muguruza has won three trophies this season, including the final WTA tournament and earned 2,846,871 in prize money.
Karolina Pliskova has reached the finals of three major tournaments including Wimbledon, earning 2,868,865 in prize money
Aryna Sabalenka won two trophies this year, moving up to No. 2 in the WTA rankings for the first time in her career, earning 2,909,281 in prize money.
Barbora Krejcikova has won three trophies this year, moving up to No. 3 for the first time in her career, earning 3,646,883 in prize money
Ashleigh Barty has won five trophies this year, including a win at Wimbledon, earning 3,945,182 in prize money.
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