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Iga Świątek is still on the throne.  Only one elite

Iga Świątek is still on the throne. Only one elite

Iga Świątek is always the best tennis player in the world according to the WTA rankings. The latest rating breakdown was published on Monday. What is the status of the other whites and reds?

Rafai Smolensky

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Last week, Iga Świątek did not participate in any of the main events of the series. Of course, the 21-year-old Pole has remained at the top of the WTA rankings. Its lead over Estonian second Anett Kontaveit is currently 4,120 points. Our tennis player has already announced that she will not be playing in Berlin and therefore will return to competing at Wimbledon.

There was only one reshuffle in the WTA standings on Monday. Belarusian Arina Sabalenka, who reached the final of the competition in Den Bosch, outperformed Greece’s Maria Sakkari, who is the fifth racket in the world. And the champion of the Dutch event, the Russian Wironika Kodermatwa, advanced to the twenty-seventh place. Brazilian Beatrice Haddad Maya, who triumphed in Nottingham, moved to 32nd place at the top of her career.

Magda Linnett, second of the White Reds, won one game on a lawn in Nottingham last week, thus moving up from 67th to 65th. Magdalena Froche, who finished quickly in Nottingham, jumped to 91st. Katarzina Kawa is 131st in the rankings. The WTA and Maja Chualinska ranked 185th.

This week the main series will take place in Berlin (WTA 500) and Birmingham (WTA 250).

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WTA Single Game List:
1. Iga شفwiecتيكek (Poland) 8,631 points
2 – Annette Kontaveit (Estonia) 4511
3 – Paula Padusa (Spain) 4245
4 – Anas Jaber (Tunisia) 4150
5 – Arina Sabalenka 4145
6- Maria Skari (Greece) 4,075
7 – Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic) 3678
8. Jessica Pegula (USA) 3255
9- Daniel Collins (USA) 3255
10- Garbin Muguruza 3060
11- Emma Raducano (Great Britain) 2975
12- Daria Kasatkina 2765
13. Coco Gauff (USA) 2756
14- Barbora Krejkova (Czech Republic) 2642
15- Laila Fernandez (Canada) 2605
16 – Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) 2596
17- Belinda Benesse (Switzerland) 2585
18- Andelika Kerber (Germany) 2474
19. Victoria Azarenka 2330
20- Simona Halep (Romania) 2196

65- Magda Linate (Poland) 931
91- Magdalena Froch (Poland) 740
131- Katarzyna Kawa (Poland) 495
185- Maja Chualinska (Poland) 366
311- Wironica Valkoska (Poland) 208
324- Ursula Radwiska (Poland) 196

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