Ivanovic in final), US Open (18th Grand Slam title; d. Halep in final); $4 million winner's cheque at US Open was biggest payout in tennis history, male or female ($3 million for US Open plus $1 million bonus for winning US Open Series); SF twice at Dubai (l. Roland Garros).2013 - Third No.1 season; won 11 WTA titles at Brisbane (d. Davenport in final); SF once; QF three times; reached 4r once (US Open), 3r three times (incl. to Sharapova in final); SF once; QF four times (incl. Williams - sixth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open); had left knee surgery on August 1 and subsequently withdrew from all events rest of season (incl. Henin in final), Roland Garros (second Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), Wimbledon (third Grand Slam title; d. Williams in final), US Open (fourth Grand Slam title; d.
Williams); QF twice at Madrid and Beijing; reached 4r once (Australian Open), 3r once (Wimbledon) and 2r three times (incl. Dementieva 67(4) 75 86 in SF; saved mp down 5-4 third set); runner-up at Miami (l. Roland Garros, Wimbledon); came back for three summer events, reaching SF twice and 4r once (US Open); did not qualify for WTA Finals.2005 - Near-Top 10 season (finishing No.11); won one WTA title at Australian Open (seventh Grand Slam title; d. Roland Garros); Australian Open was fourth straight Grand Slam title, fifth player all-time to do that (after Connolly, Court, Navratilova and Graf) and ninth player all-time to get career Grand Slam (Sharapova has since become 10th); 57-week reign at No.1 ended on August 11 (to Clijsters); won one WTA doubles title (w/V.
Side note: This is also the episode where Vanessa comes back to town and gets all self-righteous about her former hipster bae Dan now being into the Upper East Side scene. ” she yells, after finding out he snuck into the masked ball. Talk about doing the nasty, or should I say being nasty? On one level, you have to respect Dan’s commitment to the Gossip Girl persona here.
So Dan’s childhood BFF has no idea that he has any interest in the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite, let alone that he’s Gossip Girl. Once again, Dan looks shell-shocked by a Gossip Girl blast — though this time Jenny and Rufus are there, so at least he has an audience to make feigning shock worthwhile. But the way he — as Gossip Girl — talks about his 15-year-old sister in this episode is downright unsettling:“Breaking News – Asher Hornsby overheard bragging that Little J swiped her V card at his register. You shouldn’t give away the ending if you want him to pick up the book again.”And then, a few scenes later…“Looks like Little J didn’t spread her legs after all.
Halard-Decugis in final), US Open (first Grand Slam title; d. Williams - third pair of sisters to win a WTA doubles title together); won first two Grand Slam mixed doubles titles at Wimbledon and US Open (both w/Mirnyi); V.
to Sánchez-Vicario 46 75 63; led 64 52), 3r twice (Wimbledon - ret. Ruano Pascual w/leg injury, and US Open) and 2r once (Australian Open - l. Williams); was fastest player ever to record five Top 10 wins, doing it in 16th pro match against Spirlea in Miami (previous record-holder was Seles, who did it in 33rd pro match); made Top 50 debut on January 26 (after Australian Open; rose from No.53 to No.48) and Top 20 debut on June 22 (after Eastbourne; rose from No.22 to No.20); won first two WTA doubles titles (both w/V.The revelation that Dan "Lonely Boy" Humphrey was Gossip Girl all along was a fitting end to the show, in the sense that it was an incomprehensible mess best enjoyed as self-parody.Co-creator Stephanie Savage has claimed that Dan as GG was always the plan, and that the pilot even had to be recut because one sequence seemed to make the twist too obvious.Married Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian in New Orleans on November 16, 2017... ADDITIONALAmerican Fed Cup Team, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2012-13, 2015; American Olympic Team, 2000, 2008, 2012, 2016.2016 - Posted fifth consecutive Top 3 season (finishing No.2); won two WTA titles at Wimbledon (22nd Grand Slam title; d. Keys in final); runner-up three times at Australian Open (l. Daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr., was born on September 1, 2017. Williams), Leipzig (w/Stevenson); 2001 - Australian Open (w/V. Williams); 1999 - Hannover, Roland Garros, US Open (all w/V. to Testud 62 26 97; held 2mp, and Roland Garros) and 2r twice; made Top 10 debut on April 5 (after Miami; rose from No.11 to No.9) and Top 5 debut on September 13 (after US Open; rose from No.6 to No.4); V. Williams won Paris [Indoors], making them first sisters to win WTA titles in same week; and with V. Williams reached Top 10 on April 5, first sisters to be ranked inside Top 10 at same time since April 22, 1991 (Manuela Maleeva-Fragnière and Katerina Maleeva); won three WTA doubles titles (all w/V. first two Grand Slam doubles titles at Roland Garros, US Open); withdrew from Wimbledon w/flu and from WTA Finals w/back injury.1998 - First Top 20 season; SF once; QF six times; reached 4r once (Roland Garros - l. Williams in final); QF twice; reached 3r twice (Australian Open - l. Cirstea in final), US Open (17th Grand Slam title; d. Henin in final; first player in Open Era to win there five times) and Wimbledon (13th Grand Slam title; d. to Stosur 62 67(2) 86; held mp at 5-4 third set); reached 3r once; missed three months early in season w/left knee injury (withdrew from Paris [Indoors], Dubai, Miami, Marbella and Charleston) and all post-Wimbledon events w/right foot injury (withdrew from Istanbul, Cincinnati, Montréal, US Open, Tokyo, Beijing, Linz and WTA Finals); spent most of season at No.1 until being replaced by Wozniacki on October 11; won three WTA doubles titles (all w/V. 11th and 12th Grand Slam doubles titles at Australian Open, Roland Garros); rose to No.1 in doubles on June 7 (co-No.1 w/V. Williams in final); became first player ever to save match points en route to winning a Grand Slam three times, doing so at 2003 Australian Open (d. Shaughnessy w/right ankle injury then withdrew from Australian Open); QF twice (incl. to Schnyder 26 64 75; held mp); reached No.3 on May 20 (after Rome), No.2 on June 10 (after Roland Garros) and No.1 on July 8 (after Wimbledon - held No.1 for 57 straight weeks, losing it to Clijsters in 2003); on June 10 were first siblings ever to be Top 2 at same time (V. Li in final); had only four losses, at Australian Open (l. to Stosur); withdrew from Tokyo and Beijing w/medical reasons; did not qualify for WTA Finals.2010 - Another Top 5 season (finishing No.4); won two WTA titles at Australian Open (12th Grand Slam title; d. to Jankovic 46 63 76(5); held mp at 5-4 third set); QF once (Roland Garros - l. Williams - fourth Grand Slam doubles title at Australian Open).2000 - Another Top 10 season (finishing No.6); won three WTA titles at Hannover (d. SINGLESWinner (72): 2017 - Australian Open; 2016 - Rome, Wimbledon; 2015 - Australian Open, Miami, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Cincinnati; 2014 - Brisbane, Miami, Rome, Stanford, Cincinnati, US Open, WTA Finals; 2013 - Brisbane, Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Toronto, US Open, Beijing, WTA Finals; 2012 - Charleston, Madrid, Wimbledon, Stanford, Olympics, US Open, WTA Finals; 2011 - Stanford, Toronto; 2010 - Australian Open, Wimbledon; 2009 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, WTA Finals; 2008 - Bangalore, Miami, Charleston, US Open; 2007 - Australian Open, Miami; 2005 - Australian Open; 2004 - Miami, Beijing; 2003 - Australian Open, Paris [Indoors], Miami, Wimbledon; 2002 - Scottsdale, Miami, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open, Tokyo [Princess Cup], Leipzig; 2001 - Indian Wells, Toronto, WTA Finals; 2000 - Hannover, Los Angeles, Tokyo [Princess Cup]; 1999 - Paris [Indoors], Indian Wells, Los Angeles, US Open, Grand Slam Cup. Williams); 2010 - Australian Open, Madrid, Roland Garros (all w/V. Finalist (20): 2016 - Australian Open, Indian Wells, Roland Garros; 2013 - Doha, Cincinnati; 2011 - US Open; 2010 - Sydney; 2009 - Miami; 2008 - Wimbledon; 2007 - Moscow; 2004 - Wimbledon, Los Angeles, WTA Finals; 2003 - Charleston; 2002 - Berlin, WTA Finals; 2001 - US Open; 2000 - Paris [Indoors], Montréal; 1999 - Miami. Williams); 2009 - Australian Open, Wimbledon, Stanford, US Open (all w/V.