Significant changes in the world ranking of women and tennis players

Paris – AFP
Japan’s Naomi Osaka has fallen five places in the WTA rankings, topping the top 10 for the first time since winning the US Open in 2018, while Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur continues her career to 14th place, the best of her career .
The former Japanese number one in the world has not competed in any tournament since she was knocked out in the third round of Flushing Meadows last month and dropped to 12th place, her lowest position since her first of four titles at the US Open for her first ever. four. Grand Slam titles Three years, when she beat Serena Williams.
Osaka withdrew from the French Open (Roland Garros) and did not participate in Wimbledon this year, in order to maintain her mental health.
For her part, Spain’s Garbine Mugurosa, holder of two Grand Slam titles, jumped to sixth after winning the Chicago American Open title on Sunday at the expense of Jaber, who continued to climb by rising to fourteenth place, the highest rating in her professional career.
Among the men, there was no change in the top ten, despite the approach of Norwegian Casper Ruud (10) to Swiss Roger Federer (9), after winning the San Diego tournament, where the difference between them was only 150 points. became.
The Serbian Novak Djokovic stayed ahead of the Russian Daniil Medvedev and the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Ranking of the top ten players:
1- Australian Ashleigh Barty 9,077 points
2. Belarusian Arina Sabalenka 7115
3- Czech Karolina Pliskova 5285
4- Polish Iga Svienk 4756
5- Czech Barbora Krajicekova 4668
6- Spanish Garbine Mugurosa 4595 (+3)
7- Ukrainian Elina Svitolina 4376 (-1)
8- American Sophia Kenin 4190
9- Greek Maria Sakkari 4055 (+1)
10- Swiss Belinda Bencic 3835 (+2)
12- Japanese Naomi Osaka 3326 (-5)
14- Tunisian Anas Jaber 3220 (+2)

Ranking of the top ten players:
1 – Novak Djokovic 11,633 points
2- Russian Daniil Medvedev 10575
3- Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas 8175
4- German Alexander Zverev 7603
5- Russian Andrey Rublev 6130
6- Rafael Nadal 5815
7- Italian Matteo Berrettini 5173
8- Austrian Dominic Thiem 4495
9- Roger Federer 3765
10- Norwegian Casper Rod 3615



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