|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
|Tournament Entry Ranking||23|
|Highest Singles Ranking||16, November 2009|
|Career Singles Titles||3|
In 2010 she entered the ASB Classic as the tournament third seed and duly dispatched all in front of her displaying power and accuracy, not dropping a set the whole tournament, defeating Italian top seed Flavia Pennetta 6-3 6-2 in a ruthless display in the final. The win at the ASB Classic was her third career singles title.
At her next tournament she reached the fourth round of the Australian Open after qualifying for the main draw. She beat Pennetta again before falling to Justine Henin in three sets.
Throughout the year the Belgian maintained a record of consistency in WTA events. She reached the quarterfinals at Miami, Birmingham, Stanford and Cincinnati and also the fourth round at the US Open. Her ranking peaked at No12 in April.
Previously the 1.82m tall Wickmayer had won two titles, both in 2009 as she jumped nearly 60 places up the rankings.
She won the singles title at Estoril on clay and at s’Hertogenbosch on grass. Her career best result was at the 2009 US Open where she won through to the semifinals before falling to Caroline Wozniacki in a rain interrupted contest.
In 2008, ranked 175, Wickmayer was in the Main Draw of the ASB Classic courtesy of a Feed-Up spot from having won an ITF $US50,000 title in China. She will return once again in 2011 as one of the top seeds.