It was Elena Dementieva
There are 128 men and 128 women entered in the singles competitions. In addition to that there are 64 mens and 64 womens doubles teams, whose players can be from the singles events, and 64 mixed doubles teams, whose players can be either from the singles, or from the doubles. In addition to that there are also 128 men and 128 women qualifiers for the main draw. Then there are boys and girls teams, juniors, seniors, and wheelchair teams.
Amelie Mauresmo Won The 2006 Womens Singles Title At Wimbledon.
The women's singles tennis event was won by Charlotte Cooper of Great Britain. She was the first woman to win an Olympic event in history.
May Sutton became the 1st American woman to win the womens singles championship at Wimbledon in 1905.
For 2011, the winner of the Australian Open are as follows: Men's Singles: Novak Djokovic Women's Singles: Kim Clijsters Men's Doubles: Bob & Mike Bryan Women's Doubles: Gisela Dulko & Flavia Pennetta
The mens singles winner was Novak Djocovik and the mens doubles winners were Rick de Voest and Dmitry Tursunov. The womens singles winner was Venus Williams and the womens doubles winners were Cara Black and Liezel Huber.
i'll assume you wanna know top 100, on the mens singles side that would be Lleyton Hewitt, and on the females singles side that's Samantha Stosur and Alicia Monik, mens doubles Carsten Ball/Chris Guccione (they're partners) and womens doubles Rennae Stubbs, Samantha Stosur, and Sally Peers. :)
Its a womens tennis assosiation lol
Men's tennis organisation: ATP Women's tennis organisation: WTA