There is no change in the top thirty

There is no change in the top thirty

There has been no change to the top 30 in the women’s tennis world ranking, which was updated on Monday by the WTA (WTA).

Australian Ashley Party leads the standings with a comfortable advantage over Japanese Naomi Osaka, with Simona Halep still third.

Darja Kaszatkina (Russia), who won the championship in St. Petersburg, advanced from 61st to 49th, while Monterey (Canada) winner Laila Fernandez jumped 16 places, and Jacqueline Christian, who played in the quarter-finals in St. Petersburg, also improved to 72., Currently it is ranked 140 on the list with its best ranking so far.

Aside from Halep, there are again only three Romanian tennis players in the top 100 list: Patricia Sage at 63 (-1), Sorana Kirstia in 66th, Irina Bijou in 74th (-1), Anna Bogdan slipping from the position. the first. Hundred, now at 102. (-3)[-3)

WTA Women’s Single Ranking (former place in parentheses):
1 (1). Ashley Party (Australia) 9,186 points
2 (2). Naomi Osaka (Japan) 7835
3 (3). Simona Halep 7255
4 (4) Sophia Kenin (USA) 5760
5 (5). Elena Svitolina (Ukraine) 5370
6 (6). Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic) 5205
7 (7). Serena Williams (USA) 4915
8 (8). 4815- Arena Sabalenka (Belarus)
9 (9). Awad Saleh (Canada) 4735
10 (10). Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic) 4571
Women’s WTA Doubles Leaderboard:
1 (1). Arena Sabalenka (Belarus) 9,145 points
2 (2). Elise Mertens (Belgium) 9060
3 (3). 9010
4 (4). 8945 Barbora Strikova (Czech Republic)
5 (6). Papus Timia (Hungary) 8280
6 (5). Christina Mladenovic (France) 8115
7 (7). 6665 Barbora Kryzhikova (Czech Republic)
8 (8). Katrina Senyakova (Czech Republic) 6,640
9 (9). 6190
10 (10). Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada) 5675

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