Iga Świątek on the throne before the prestigious tournament.  See the last ranking

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Rafal Smolensky


The latest WTA rankings were released on Monday. Iga Świątek remained the leader in the world rankings. How big is the Polish tennis player’s advantage over the rest of the bet?

21-year-old Iga Świątek kicked off her 49th week on Monday as the leader in the WTA rankings. Our tennis player is already in Indian Wells, where the struggles will begin at the prestigious BNP Paribas Open 2023 event on Wednesday. The Polish tennis player will be the highest seed in this tournament and will receive a bye in the first round.

Świątek will defend his title and 1000 ranking points in Indian Wells. Currently, she has 10,585 to her credit, while Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka, who is ranked second in the world rankings, has lost 4,485 points. And the loss of the third American, Jessica Pegula, is much greater because it is 5090 points.

Magda Lynette, second of the White and Reds team, appeared in the new WTA 250 event, which is being held on the hard courts in Austin. Poznańian never won a victory in the Texas capital and remained the 21st batter in the world. Now he will start in Indian Wells, where, like Świątek, he will start the struggle from the second round.

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Magdalena Froch also sang in Austin, but also failed to improve her grades. The player from Łódź dropped from 105th to 106th on Monday. She will now face two stage eliminations for the WTA 1000 Championship in Indian Wells.

Katarzyna Kawa dropped to 235th place, but nevertheless managed to overtake Maja Czawalinska (WTA 238), who will return to the professional courts this week. Weronika Falkowska has moved up to 247th, being the only Polish woman to score points on the ITF World Tennis Tour in Trnava in recent days.

The world’s top 20 tennis players were unchanged on Monday. Monterey’s Croatian champion Donna Vekic moved up from 31st to 23rd. The winner of the Austin contest, Ukraine’s Marta Kostyuk, reached the 40th spot of her career.

The next list of WTA rankings will be released only after the end of the prestigious BNP Paribas Open 2023 tournament in Indian Wells, that is, on Monday, March 20.

WTA Individual Assessment:
1. Iga Schwijk (Poland) 10,585 points
2 – Arena Sabalenka 6100
3 – Jessica Pegula (USA) 5495
4 – Anas Jaber (Tunisia) 4921
5 – Caroline Garcia (France) 4905
6- Coco Joffe (United States) 4251
7- Maria Sakkari (Greece) 3451
8- Daria Kasatkina 3375
9 – Belinda Bencic (Switzerland) 3360
10. Yelena Rybakina (Kazakhstan), 2935
11. Veronika Kudrmitova 2620
12 – Lyudmila Samsonova 2301
13- Beatrice Haddad Maya (Brazil) 2246
14. Victoria Azarenka 2237
15- Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic) 2227
16. Barbora Krejkova (Czech Republic) 2205
17- Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic), 2045
18. Ekaterina Alexandrova 2030
19- Simona Halep (Romania), 1955
20. Madison Keys (USA) 1857
21- Magda Linette (Poland) 1770

106. Magdalena Frosch (Poland) 622
235- Katarzyna Kawa (Poland) 283
238- Maja Cwalinska (Poland) 272
247- Weronika Valkowska (Poland) 262
343- Ursula Radwanska (Poland) 162
572. Olivia Lenser (Poland), 65
613. Martina Kupka (Poland) 54
831 – Weronika Paszak (Poland) 23
878 – Stefania Rogozinska-Dzyk (Poland) 20
913 – Anna Hertel (Poland) 18
959 – Xenia Bandurowska (Poland) 16
1144 – Aleksandra Zowchanska (Poland) 8
1167 – Veronica Ewald (Poland) 7
1189 – Daria Kocher (Poland) 7
1302 – Susanna Bednarz (Poland) 3

WTA Finals Qualification List:
1. Aryna Sabalenka, 2,660 points
2 – Yelena Rybakina (Kazakhstan), 1561
3- Ega Schwijk (Poland) 1420
4- Belinda Bencic (Switzerland) 1410
5- Jessica Pegula (USA) 1,395
6- Barbora Krejkova (Czech Republic) 1251
7- Victoria Azarenka 1041
8- Coco Gauff (USA) 970
9. Magda Linette (Poland) 927
10. Caroline Garcia (France) 871

WTA doubles rating:
1. Katerina Siniakova (Czech Republic) 6,726 points
2 – Barbora Krejkova (Czech Republic) 5846
3- Coco Jove (USA) 5610
4. Veronica Kudermetowa 5410
5. Jessica Pegula (USA) 5290
6 – Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada) 4,790
7- Juliana Olmos (Mexico) 4,700
8- Lyudmila Kichenok (Ukraine) 4520
9- Zhaoxuan Yang (China) 4375
10. Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) 4305

39- Alice Rosolska (Poland) 1780
58- Magda Linette (Poland) 1309
72- Katarzyna Kawa (Poland) 1118
92. Weronika Valkowska (Poland) 824
136. Paula Kania – Chodocz (Poland) 585
156. Katarzyna Peter (Poland) 505
314. Martina Kupka (Poland) 246
353- Maja Cwalenska (Poland) 208
372- Magdalena Frosch (Poland) 192
806 – Daria Kocher (Poland) 39
841 – Stefania Rogozinska-Dzik (Poland) 35
931 – Olivia Lenser (Poland), 27
964 – Anna Hertel (Poland) 24
1121 – Ursula Radwanska (Poland), 16
1173 – Aleksandra Zowchanska (Poland), 15
1227 – Veronika Paszak (Poland), 13
1243 – Xenia Pandowska (Poland)
1243 – Ewa Czapolak (Poland)
1267 – Maja Pagorek (Poland) 11
1376 – Susanna Bednarz (Poland) 7
1377 Zuzana Kobacha (Poland) 7
1397. Rosalia Groszynska (Poland) 6
1397 – Joanna Zawadzka (Poland) 6
1452 – Susanna Frankowska (Poland) 4
1484 – Alice Formila (Poland) 3

List of doubles qualification for the WTA Finals:
1. Pegula / Jove 1440 points
2- Aoyama / Shibahara 1401
3 – Kitchenok / Ostapenko 1035
4. Kudermetowa/Samsonowa 966
5. Schurs/Krawczyk 881
6- Kato / Sutiadi 686
7. Chan / Chan 685
8. Pavlyuchenkova/Rybakina 650
9. MUHAMMAD/Townsend 600
10. Vondrousova/Kolodziejova 525

25. Rosolska/Routliffe 211

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