Swiatek continues to lead a ranking in the WTA without major changes


He top 20 of the world ranking of The WTA is not undergoing any changes this weekthus maintaining the status quo among the best with, so far, unattainable Polish Iga Swiatek as number one

The first change is the Croatian one Donna Vekicwhere his victory in the tournament in Monterrey (California, USA) makes it easy for him to climb 8 places and settle in 23.

the ukrainian Martha Kostyukwith her first WTA title in Austin (Texas, USA), rising 12 places to stand at 40, while Varvara Grachevafinalist, rose to 22nd and ranked 66th.

the brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maiain thirteenth place, is the first Ibero-American player in the hundred best in the world, while the first Spanish player is Paula Badosa in twenty-second position.

Then Haddad and Badosa, Spanish women appear on the list Nuria Párrizas (88), Cristina Bucsa (90), Rebeka Masarova (92) and Sara Sorribes (96). The Colombian women Camila Osorio close top100.

WTA ranking

1. Iga Swiatek (Poland) 10,585 points
2. Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus) 6,100
3. Jessica Pegula (United States) 5,495
4. Ons Jabeur (Tunisia) 4,921
5. Caroline Garcia (France) 4,905
6. Coco Gauff (United States) 4,251
7. Maria Sakkari (Greece) 3,451
8. Daria Kasatkina (Russia) 3,375
9. Belinda Bencic (Switzerland) 3,360
10. Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan) 2,935

22. Paula Badosa (Spain) 1,758
88. Nuria Parrizas (Spain) 710
90. Cristina Bucsa (Spain) 708
92. Rebeka Masarova (Spain) 706
96. Sara Sorribes (Spain) 682
122. Marina Bassols (Spain) 543
129. Garbine Muguruza (Spain) 521

Source: La Verdad


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