The “500” in San Diego and the “250” in Osaka last week caused only two changes in the world’s elite. To lead the top ten of the rankingfor the second consecutive week she is the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka, Australian Open champion and US Open finalist, who has an advantage of 1,071 points over the Pole Iga Swiatek: the 22-year-old from Warsaw handed over the world scepter at the end of the American Slam after 76 weeks in a row. On the third step of the podium was the queen of New York, the American Coco Gauff, which reiterates the “best”.
Exchange of seats between the other Americans Jessica Pegulawhich rises to fourth place, and the Kazakh Elena Rybakina, who drops to fifth, immediately ahead of the Czech Marketa Vondrousovachampion at Wimbledon, who reiterates her personal best.
In seventh position, stable, Tunisian Hon Jabeur, which precedes the other Czech one Karolina Muchova, octave, and the Greek Maria Sakkari, not at. The success in the WTA 500, seventh career title and second in 2023, give a Barbora Krejcikova three positions and the return to the top ten, third Czech among the world elite.