2015 September

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7 September (e)
Number one ranking.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - United States Bob Bryan / United States Mike Bryan
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
United States US Open, New York City (2015)
ATP Challenger Tour
Italy Genoa (2015)
Colombia Barranquilla (2015)
Spain Seville (2015)
Novak Djokovic 2015 US Open.png
Djokovic became the third man in history after Roger Federer and Rod Laver to make all four major singles finals in the same calendar year. Djokovic secured 16,145 points on the rankings a new record and his 10th major title.
Netherlands Alphen aan den Rijn (2015)
Morocco Meknes (2015)
China Shanghai (2015)
France Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (2015)
WTA Challenger Tour
China Dalian (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
France Biarritz (2015)
ITF Juniors Circuit
United States US Open, New York City (2015)
Flavia Pennetta 2015 US Open.png
Pennetta won her first major title and became the first person to win her maiden major after the age of 30. Pennetta also was competing in her 49th appearance at a Grand Slam and set a record for most appearances before winning her one.
14 September (e)
Number one ranking changes.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - United States Bob Bryan / United States Mike Bryan
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
Davis Cup Semifinals
  • Great Britain Great Britain def. Australia Australia, 3-2.
  • Belgium Belgium def. Belgium Belgium, 3-2.
Canada Quebec City (2015)
Japan Tokyo (2015)
ATP Challenger Tour
Poland Szczecin (2015)
Bosnia & Herzegovina Banja Luka (2015)
Turkey Istanbul (2015)
China Nanchang (2015)
United States Cary (2015)
Morocco Kenitra (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
France Saint-Malo (2015)
Annika Beck 2015 Quebec City.png
Annika Beck won her second title and her first in 11 months.
21 September (e)
Number one ranking changes.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - United States Bob Bryan / United States Mike Bryan
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
France Metz (2015)
Russia St. Petersburg (2015)
Japan Tokyo (2015)
South Korea Seoul (2015)
China Guangzhou (2015)
ATP Challenger Tour
Chinese Taipei Kaohsiung (2015)
Turkey İzmir (2015)
Romania Sibiu (2015)
Slovakia Trnava (2015)
Brazil Campinas (2015)
United States Columbus (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
United States Albuquerque (2015)
Mexico Monterrey (2015)
Agnieszka Radwańska 2015 Tokyo.png
Agnieszka Radwańska won her 15th tour title in Tokyo.
28 September (e)
Number one ranking changes.
Men's Singles - Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women's Singles - United States Serena Williams
Men's Doubles - United States Bob Bryan / United States Mike Bryan
Women's Doubles - India Sania Mirza
China Wuhan (Qualifying, 2015)
China Shenzhen (2015)
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur (2015)
Uzbekistan Tashkent (2015)
ATP Challenger Tour
France Orléans (2015)
United States Tiburon (2015)
Italy Rome (2015)
Colombia Pereira (2015)
Turkey Ağrı (2015)
Brazil Porto Alegre (2015)
ITF Women's Circuit
China Zhuhai (2015)
Mexico Victoria (2015)
United States Las Vegas (2015)
Venus Williams 2015 Wuhan.png
Venus Williams won her 47th singles title by winning the final in Wuhan. This also marked her first Masters title since the 2010 Dubai masters.

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