Iga Świątek promoted, but what happened in the rankings?  Tremendous news for a Polish woman

Iga Świątek advanced to the quarterfinals of the WTA 1000 tournament in Indian Wells without any major problems. Yulia Putintseva tried her best to distract our tennis player in the second set, but to no avail. finally The Pole lost only three games in the entire match And registered in the “Top 8” competition in California. This win is also reflected in the WTA rankings.

Before the start of the competition in Indian Wells, our tennis player had 10,105 points in the WTA ranking, and Aryna Sabalenka – 8,725 points. During the tournament held in California, Razin's player defended 390 points from last year's semifinals. In Miami you didn't win anything because She didn't start there last season due to injury. In turn, the Belarusian will lose 650 points for the Indian Wells final and 215 points for the quarter-finals in Florida. In its case, this gives a total of 865 points.

So, subtracting last year's achievements during the Sunshine Double, Świątek has a starting position of 9715 points, and her biggest competitor in the WTA ranking – 7860 points. For tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami You can get a maximum of 2000 points – 1000 to win each.

To reach the quarterfinals, the Pole can count on 215 points. This means it has approximately 9,930 stitches. Aryna Sabalenka, even if she wins the Indian Wells and Miami tournaments, she can get a maximum of 9860 points, so Less than what Iga Świątek already has. This means that the Belarusian no longer even has a sporting chance to overtake the Polish representative after the 1000-meter race in Florida.

In this way, the 22-year-old has ensured herself in the next few weeks at the top of the WTA rankings. So far, Świentek has secured a certain first place at least until the end of the competition in Miami, which means 96 weeks. Now this space has been extended at least until the end of the WTA 500 tournament in Stuttgart, because both tennis players were not on the starting list for the WTA 500 tournament in Charleston, which will be held immediately after the competition in Miami. this The pole gives an additional three weeks at the top – 99 in total.

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Reaching this number of weeks means that Iga is sure to move up one spot on the all-time list Taking into account the total number of weeks individual players have spent in the No. 1 spot, Raszynian will edge out Lindsay Davenport, who has spent a total of 98 weeks and will soon move up to ninth in the historical standings. The only players better than our tennis player are: Justine Henin, Ashleigh Barty, Monica Seles, Martina Hingis, Chris Evert, Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova and leader Steffi Graf, who has been at the top of the WTA rankings for 377 weeks.

Therefore, Iga Świątek is very close to reaching the 100-week mark at the top of the ranking of the best tennis players. Should positive results be achieved in the later stages of the WTA 1000 tournament in Indian Wells Our competitor can secure this achievement this week.

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