Twitter list of women’s tennis players – all tweets in one place


Wozniacki's and Serena's tweets

Twitter is huge these days and a lot of women’s tennis players are active there so you can get a lot of first-hand info if you follow what they are tweeting. To make it easy for us to be up-to-date with what WTA players are saying, I made a cool widget which compiles all the players’ tweets, and you can see it even if you don’t have a Twitter account.

Zvonareva's tweet

My list currently includes 35 players such as Caroline Wozniacki, Victoria Azarenka, Serena Williams, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Daniela Hantuchova, Dominika Cibulkova, Venus Williams, Andrea Petkovic, Vera Zvonareva, Kim Clijsters, Sania Mirza, Bethanie Mattek Sands, and many others, and I will add more as more players join Twitter.

To see what players are saying just visit Women’s Tennis Blog and scroll down to the widget located below the fourth post on the homepage. It looks like this:

I hope you like this new addition to Women’s Tennis Blog. If you think I missed out on someone, let me know and I will add them to the list! (photos: Ralf Reinecke, Women Who Serve)


  1. Hi Marija,

    If you put up the full list of who you have, I can probably add to it. I follow loads of WTA players on twitter. 🙂

  2. I’m bored, so I’ll do a list for you now 😉

    Caroline Wozniacki
    Vera Zvonareva*
    Kim Clijsters
    Serena Williams
    Venus Williams
    Jelena Jankovic*
    Victoria Azarenka
    Justine Henin*
    Shahar Peer
    Yanina Wickmayer
    Flavia Pennetta (with Gisela Dulko)
    Alisa Kleybanova
    Svetlana Kuznetsova
    Daniela Hantuchova
    Dominika Cibulkova
    Andrea Petkovic
    Yaroslava Shvedova
    Julia Goerges
    Jarmila Groth
    Gisela Dulko (with her Boyfriend)
    Sofia Arvidsson
    Elena Baltacha
    Anna Chakvetadze (sure this one is fake though)
    Bethanie Mattek-Sands
    Anastasia Rodionova
    Arina Rodionova
    Melanie Oudin (can’t remember the last time she used it though)
    Vania King
    Rebecca Marino
    Alicia Molik
    Anne Keothavong
    Anastasia Pivovarova
    Aleksandra Wozniak
    Mandy Minella
    Mivhaella Krajicek
    Vitalia Diatchenko
    Sania Mirza
    Anna-Lena Groenefeld
    Heather Watson
    Sabine Lisicki
    Katie O’Brien
    Sloane Stephens
    Laura Robson
    Naomi Cavaday
    Casey Dellacqua

    *= Mostly post via Facebook

    Pretty sure there are one or two others as well.

    Hope this helps 🙂

  3. Wow, Tony, you have an extensive list! The first 34 names were my initial list, and the others I added based on your list.

    1. Alisa Kleybanova
    2. Rennae Stubbs
    3. Anastasia Rodionova
    4. Katie o’Brien
    5. Yaroslava Shvedova
    6. Yanina Wickmayer
    7. Melanie Oudin
    8. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
    9. Vera Zvonareva
    10. Sania Mirza
    11. Lindsay Davenport
    12. Julia Goerges
    13. Edina Gallovits
    14. Heather Watson
    15. Dominika Cibulkova
    16. Daniela Hantuchova
    17. Casey Dellacqua
    18. Bethanie Mattek Sands
    19. Anna-Lena Groenefeld
    20. Jarmia Groth
    21. Shahar Peer
    22. Elena Baltacha
    23. Melanie South
    24. Anne Keothavong
    25. Laura Robson
    26. Andrea Petkovic
    27. Svetlana Kuznetsova
    28. Victoria Azarenka
    29. Sabine Lisicki
    30. Venus Williams
    31. Justine Henin
    32. Caroline Wozniacki
    33. Serena Williams
    34. Kim Clijsters

    35. Jelena Jankovic
    36. Flavia and Gisela
    37. Sofia Arvidsson
    38. Vania King
    39. Rebecca Marino
    40. Alicia Molik
    41. Anastasia Pivovarova
    42. Aleksandra Wozniak
    43. Mandy Minella
    44. Michaella Krajicek
    45. Vitalia Diatchenko
    46. Naomi Cavaday
    47. Lisa Raymond
    48. Conchita Martinez

  4. Wow, you Twitmaniacs :-)! I now follow just Kim Clijsters, Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka. I used to follow Justine Henin but she is not that entertaining and interestingly she doesn’t follow a soul from WTA. Not even Kim or any other player from her country. Kim’s the exact opposite, at first she was just receiving messages and posting her updates, but after a while her chatty nature won and she started to connect with other people. Her and Caroline’s twitter pages are the best.

  5. I haven’t spent so much time on Twitter, never really got into the habit of going there frequently, but from what I’ve seen, Caroline has the most interesting and the most active Twitter. She also likes to interact with a lot of people.

    Now that I made this list, I believe I will get back to Twitter more often…


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