Women’s tennis: Bianca Andreescu advanced to sixth place in the world rankings. Halep is still in third place

Romanian-born but playing with Canadian colors, he reached the final in the Miami tournament Bianca Andreescu Improving three spots, she advanced from ninth to sixth in the world women’s tennis ranking, which was updated by her association (WTA) on Monday.

Australian Ashley Party, Winner of the Miami tournament, confirmed his leading position in Japan Naomi Osaka And Simona Halep Ranking follows. Belarusian Arena Zabalenka Advance to seventh place.

In addition to Halep, four Romanian tennis players were in this week’s top 100: Patricia Sage A 63., Sorana Cercia A 65., Irina Bijou A 74., Anna Bogdan It ranks 100th.

In Paris Raluca Olaru Still 41, Monica Nikulescu Fifty-fifth Andrea Mito Ranked 90. The first place again in Taiwan Hszie Su-vej Are running Papus Timia With the improvement of two sites, it ranked third.

WTA Women’s Single Ranking (former place in parentheses):

1 (1). Ashley Party (Australia) 9,186 points
2 (2). Naomi Osaka (Japan) 7985
3 (3). Simona Halep 6965
4 (4) Sophia Kenin (USA) 5915
5 (5). Elena Svitolina (Ukraine) 5750
6 (9). Bianca Andreescu (Canada) 5265
7 (8). Arena Sabalenka (Belarus) 5085
8 (7). Serena Williams (USA) 4850
9 (6). Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic) 4660
10 (11). Kiki Bertens (Netherlands) 4490
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63 (63). Patricia Maria Schigg 1254
65 (66). Norana Cercia 1189
74 (74). Muhammed Servant of the Prophet 1084
100 (102). 832
132 (136). 636
136 (137). 593
144 (140). Jacqueline Christian 574
166 (163). 438- OMEGA – 200mg / 100ml MG
174 (152). 417- FAM – 20mg MG
206 (201). 343 Muhammed Muhammed
214 (219). Abdul-Rahman Servant of the Prophet 325
283 (275). Alexandra Kadaneo 235
295 (296). 220- jennifer

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Women’s WTA Doubles Leaderboard:
1 (3). Hszie Su-vej (Taiwan) 9010 pont
2 (4). 8945 Barbora Strikova (Czech Republic)
3 (5). Papus Timia (Hungary) 8280
4 (1). 8245- OMEGA – 20mg MG
5 (2). Elise Mertens (Belgium), 8120
6 (6). 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) 5760
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41 (41). 2325- CEPCOT – 2325
55 (52). Monica Niculescu, 1905
90 (92). Muhammed Awad 1110
115 (118). Irina Barra 850

(Agerpres / News)

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