2014 Record: 23-3
Grand Slam Record: 249-37
French Open Record: 46-10
French Open Best Result: Won (2002, ‘13)
Fast Fact: Serena has been ranked No. 1 for 66 consecutive weeks, the longest stretch at the top spot in her career.
2. Li Na
2014 Record: 26-5
Grand Slam Record: 88-29
French Open Record: 20-6
French Open Best Result: Won (2011)
Fast Fact: For the first time in her career, Li Na has reached the QF of three consecutive Grand Slam events (2013 Wimbledon, 2013 US Open, 2014 Australian Open).
2014 Record: 30-10
Grand Slam Record: 84-31
French Open Record: 16-7
French Open Best Result: QF (2013)
Fast Fact: Radwanska’s win over No. 2 Viktoria Azarenka at the 2014 Australian Open was her first Grand Slam win over a higher ranked opponent since 2008 Wimbledon (def. Kuznetsova).
4. Simona Halep
2014 Record: 19-7
Grand Slam Record: 14-15
French Open Record: 1-4
French Open Best Result: 2R (2011)
Fast Fact: Since the 2013 French Open, Halep has a 20-5 record against Top Twenty opponents.
5. Petra Kvitova
2014 Record: 14-9
Grand Slam Record: 54-22
French Open Record: 13-5
French Open Best Result: SF (2012)
Fast Fact: Despite being seeded among the top eight seeds at the last six Grand Slams, Kvitova has reached the quarterfinals only once (2013 Wimbledon).
6. Jelena Jankovic
2014 Record: 27-12
Grand Slam Record: 99-42
French Open Record: 28-10
French Open Best Result: SF (2007, ’08, ‘10)
Fast Fact: Jankovic is attempting to win her 100th Grand Slam match in the first round of Roland Garros.
2014 Record: 24-6
Grand Slam Record: 152-38
French Open Record: 43-10
French Open Best Result: Won (2012)
Fast Fact: After reaching the finals of the French Open in 2013, Sharapova won only one more match the remainder of the year.
8. Angelique Kerber
2014 Record: 23-12
Grand Slam Record: 39-25
French Open Record: 8-6
French Open Best Result: QF (2012)
Fast Fact: Kerber has spent two consecutive years in the Top Ten, since making her debut May 21st, 2012.
9. Dominika Cibulkova
2014 Record: 24-11
Grand Slam Record: 49-26
French Open Record: 16-7
French Open Best Result: SF (2009)
Fast Fact: This is the first time in her career that Cibulkova enters the French Open without having won a clay court match for the year (lost 1R Rome, 1R Madrid).
10. Sara Errani
2014 Record: 22-13
Grand Slam Record: 38-26
French Open Record: 12-6
French Open Best Result: RU (2012)
Fast Fact: Errani has earned 990 points in clay court events this year, 3rd best in the WTA behind Sharapova (1575) and Serena Williams (1115).
11. Ana Ivanovic
2014 Record: 30-8
Grand Slam Record: 93-36
French Open Record: 28-8
French Open Best Result: Won (2008)
Fast Fact: In 2014, Ivanovic has more match wins entering the French Open (30) than any other year during her career.
12. Flavia Pennetta
2014 Record: 19-8
Grand Slam Record: 64-42
French Open Record: 14-11
French Open Best Result: 4R (2008, ’10)
Fast Fact: A year ago, Pennetta was ranked 158th in the world.
13. Caroline Wozniacki
2014 Record: 15-8
Grand Slam Record: 70-28
French Open Record: 13-7
French Open Best Result: QF (2010)
Fast Fact: Wozniacki has been past the third round of the French Open only once (2010).
14. Carla Suarez Navarro
2014 Record: 30-12
Grand Slam Record: 38-21
French Open Record: 11-5
French Open Best Result: QF (2008)
Fast Fact: In her last two Grand Slam losses, Suarez Navarro has won only one game (6-0 6-0 vs. S. Williams, 2013 US Open; 6-1,6-0 vs. Cibulkova, 2014 Australian Open)
15. Sloane Stephens
2014 Record: 11-11
Grand Slam Record: 28-11
French Open Record: 6-3
French Open Best Result: 4R (2013)
Fast Fact: Stephens has lost in the opening round of half of her events (5 of 10) played in 2014.
16. Sabine Lisicki
2014 Record: 7-7
Grand Slam Record: 39-22
French Open Record: 4-5
French Open Best Result: 3R (2013)
Fast Fact: Over half (55%) of Lisicki’s ranking points are from her 2013 Wimbledon runner-up result.