2016 Boyd Tinsley Women's Clay Court Classic – Singles

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Singles
2016 Boyd Tinsley Women's Clay Court Classic
Champion Flag of the United States.svg Taylor Townsend
Runner-up Flag of the United States.svg Grace Min
Final score 7–5, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles
  2015  · Boyd Tinsley Women's Clay Court Classic ·  2017  

Allie Kiick was the defending champion, but chose not to participate.

Allie Kiick American tennis player

Alexandra "Allie" Kiick is an American tennis player.

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Taylor Townsend won the title, defeating Grace Min in an all-American final, 7–5, 6–1.

Taylor Townsend (tennis) American tennis player

Taylor Townsend is an American professional tennis player. She reached a career-best Women's Tennis Association (WTA) ranking of No. 61 in the world in July 2018.

Grace Min American tennis player

Grace Min is an American tennis player who won the 2011 US Open girls' singles title. She also won the 2011 Wimbledon girls' doubles title with Eugenie Bouchard. Min's highest singles ranking was 97 on 2 March 2015, while she peaked at 308 in the doubles rankings on 17 September 2012.

Seeds

  1. Flag of the United States.svg Shelby Rogers (First round)
  2. Flag of the United States.svg Anna Tatishvili (Semifinals)
  3. Flag of Sweden.svg Rebecca Peterson (First round)
  4. Flag of Russia.svg Alexandra Panova (Quarterfinals)
  5. Flag of Israel.svg Julia Glushko (First round)
  6. Flag of the Netherlands.svg Cindy Burger (First round)
  7. Flag of the United States.svg Jessica Pegula (Quarterfinals)
  8. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Elise Mertens (First round)

Main draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
  Flag of Bulgaria.svg Elitsa Kostova 2 1
WC Flag of the United States.svg Taylor Townsend 66
WC Flag of the United States.svg Taylor Townsend 76
  Flag of the United States.svg Grace Min 5 1
  Flag of the United States.svg Grace Min 66
2 Flag of the United States.svg Anna Tatishvili 4 0

Top half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Flag of the United States.svg S Rogers 62 3
  Flag of the United States.svg J Brady 3 66 Flag of the United States.svg J Brady 2 4
WC Flag of the United States.svg K Day 6656WC Flag of the United States.svg K Day 66
  Flag of the United States.svg M Sanchez 3 771 WC Flag of the United States.svg K Day 64 4
  Flag of Bulgaria.svg E Kostova 1 66 Flag of Bulgaria.svg E Kostova 4 66
WC Flag of the United States.svg M Gordon 62 2 Flag of Bulgaria.svg E Kostova 770 6
LL Flag of the United States.svg S Marand 67LL Flag of the United States.svg S Marand 6562
6 Flag of the Netherlands.svg C Burger 2 5 Flag of Bulgaria.svg E Kostova 2 1
3 Flag of Sweden.svg R Peterson 4 63 WC Flag of the United States.svg T Townsend 66
WC Flag of the United States.svg T Townsend 62 6WC Flag of the United States.svg T Townsend 5
Q Flag of the United Kingdom.svg T Moore 71 Q Flag of the United Kingdom.svg T Moore 0r
  Flag of Ukraine.svg E Ianchuk 5 01WC Flag of the United States.svg T Townsend 63 6
PR Flag of Canada.svg H El Tabakh 2r Flag of the United States.svg S Vickery 4 62
  Flag of the United States.svg S Vickery 5 Flag of the United States.svg S Vickery 66
  Flag of the United States.svg J Boserup 66 Flag of the United States.svg J Boserup 4 3
8 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg E Mertens 2 2

Bottom half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Flag of Israel.svg J Glushko 6964
  Flag of the United States.svg G Min 7110 6 Flag of the United States.svg G Min 66
  Flag of Canada.svg F Abanda 4 66 Flag of Canada.svg F Abanda 3 0
  Flag of the United States.svg J Loeb 63 3 Flag of the United States.svg G Min 66
  Flag of Switzerland.svg C Perrin 3 0 4 Flag of Russia.svg A Panova 3 3
  Flag of the United States.svg A Muhammad 66 Flag of the United States.svg A Muhammad 644
  Flag of Portugal.svg M Larcher de Brito 1 1 4 Flag of Russia.svg A Panova 776
4 Flag of Russia.svg A Panova 66 Flag of the United States.svg G Min 66
7 Flag of the United States.svg J Pegula 672 Flag of the United States.svg A Tatishvili 4 0
  Flag of Serbia.svg J Jakšić 4 5 7 Flag of the United States.svg J Pegula 66
Q Flag of the United States.svg R Kingsley 773 4 WC Flag of the United States.svg D Collins 4 3
WC Flag of the United States.svg D Collins 60667 Flag of the United States.svg J Pegula 2 67
Q Flag of the United States.svg A Stevenson 3 2 2 Flag of the United States.svg A Tatishvili 679
Q Flag of Australia.svg O Rogowska 66Q Flag of Australia.svg O Rogowska 1 1
  Flag of France.svg S Foretz 4 642 Flag of the United States.svg A Tatishvili 66
2 Flag of the United States.svg A Tatishvili 677

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