the polish Iga Swiatek will face the defense of the US Open he won in 2022 from the world number one which he has unquestionably occupied for 74 weeks, but he is aware of the threat to his reign by the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka.
The current number two could rise to the top of the world for the first time if he reaches one round more than the Polish in the tournament in New York.
The first twelve positions of the WTA ranking remain unchanged this week, waiting to see what happens in the fourth Grand Slam of the year.
American Jessica Pegula, Kazakh Elena Rubakina and Tunisian Ons Jabeur completed the first five steps.
Paula Badosa, best Spanish, the 48th rank, resigned from the tournament and finished her season, so the attention of Hispanics is mainly focused on Sara Sorribes, who rose 40 spots, to 55, after winning the Cleveland tournament.
Cristina Bucsa, number 65, also climbs five positions and Rebeka Masarova improved by three, to 71.
Source: La Verdad
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