Women from the United States managed to win by far the most titles on the WTA Tour in 2023, showing their dominance.
While success can be measured by many different things, such as the WTA Rankings, one of the best indicators of success are certainly titles won throughout the season.
And that's exactly the metric that the players from the United States dominate on the WTA Tour in 2023. It's not only about one player, or two players, it's about multiple players showing their best and contributing to this feat.
Coco Gauff is the player to win most titles in 2023, when the 19-year-old American lifted four singles titles and two doubles trophies, but her compatriots are closely following her, with success in both singles and doubles.
Jessica Pegula, Taylor Townsend, and Desirae Krawczyk have all won three titles in 2023. While Townsend and Krawczyck succeeded only in doubles, Pegula also won one singles title, and it came at the 2023 Canadian Open, where she beat Liudmila Samsonova in the final.
Another player, who showed a lot of promise is Alycia Parks. The 22-year-old American won one WTA 1000 title in doubles, and one WTA 250 tournament in singles, when she stunned Caroline Garcia in the 2023 Lyon Open final.
Madison Keys and Danielle Collins are the other two names on the list, as they both managed to win one title each. While Keys won her title at the 2023 Eastbourne International in singles at the WTA 500 level, Collins managed to do the same thing in doubles.
Lauren Davis and Ashlyn Krueger also helped this success, with both winning one WTA 250 tournament in singles. Caty McNally and Sabrina Santamaria also lifted one title, both in doubles.
And even though the number adds up to 23, the official statistics recognize only 19 titles for the Untied States in 2023, for one simple reason, some of these titles were won in doubles by a pair that consisted of two American players, as is the case with Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula who play doubles together.
Second behind the United States in this statistic is the Czech Republic with 12 titles, and the third is China, with seven, followed by Poland, Brazil, and Japan, who all have six titles in 2023 on the WTA Tour.