Iga Swiatek of Poland and Carlos Alcaraz of Spain continue to hold the No. 1 spots in their respective gender categories.
Iga Swiatek of Poland is still the indisputable No. 1 player according to the WTA ranking that was announced on Monday. This position has not changed significantly from the previous week because there was not a major tournament played during that time.
Even though he is more than 5,000 points behind Swiatek, the Tunisian Ons Jabeur continues to hold the second place spot, which puts him ahead of the Estonian Anett Kontaveit.
After reaching the quarter-finals in Portoroz, France’s Diane Parry turned in the best performance of the week, which helped her move up the rankings by five places to 66th overall (Slovenia).
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Caroline Garcia, who reached the semifinals of the US Open, is currently ranked 10th heading into this week’s WTA 500 event in Tokyo, where she will be the second seed.
The young Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz starts his second week on the throne of world No. 1 on Monday, ahead of the Norwegian Casper Ruud and Rafael Nadal, in an ATP ranking that is largely unchanged due to the absence of a tournament on the main circuit. In women’s tennis, the young Spaniard Garbine Muguruza begins her second week on the throne of world No. 1 on Monday.
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Due to the fact that the past week was spent competing in the Davis Cup, an event that does not award ATP points, there has been no change in the rankings of the players who are ranked in the Top 50.
Because of his triumph in the championship match of the challenger tournament that was held in Szczecin, Poland, the Frenchman Corentin Moutet has advanced 20 positions and is now in 64th place. This is a huge change.
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