The 2004 WTA season was categorized by the arrival of the Russians. 15 tour titles were won by Russians that year, while Anastasia Myskina, Maria Sharapova and Svetlana Kuznetsova bagged three of the four major titles. Elena Dementieva finished runner-up twice and the foursome sat comfortably inside the year-end top 10 rankings. Myskina’s triumph at Roland Garros over Dementieva made her the first Russian woman to win a Grand Slam, but is largely considered the forgotten one of the quartet. Sharapova and Kuznetsova both went on to win other major titles in their careers and Dementieva was the gold-medalist at the 2008 Olympics.