Sport: WTA classification: Garcia becomes French n ° 1

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is one of the players in the form of the moment. This Sunday, Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia won the ninth title of her career, on the side of Warsaw in Poland, her second of the year. Consequently, the Habs continues to progress in the WTA ranking. The new published this Monday shows that the Lyonnaise won thirteen positions to meet in the 32nd place in the world. Caroline Garcia thus becomes the French number again. She takes this place in Alizé Cornet, who remains 38th. As for the other two tricolors present in this top 100, their ranking remains unchanged. Indeed, Diane Parry remains 76th world player, while Oceane Dodin retains her 89th position. Beyond this top 100, the first tricolor is Kristina Mladenovic, currently 112nd.

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The top 10 remains unchanged

last week, another tournament took place, on the side of Prague. Winner of this home test, the Czech Marie Bouzkova takes the opportunity to make a jump of 20 places and now find herself 46th world player, her very better ranking, she who is now 24 years old. Just behind her, in the 48th place in the world, we find the player she beat in the final, namely the Russian Anastasia Potapova. As for Warsaw's finalist, Romanian Ana Bogdan, she is 75th after 33 places won. In front, the top 10 remains unchanged. He is obviously always dominated by the Polish Iga Swiatek, largely a leader in front of the Estonian Anett Kontaveit and the Greek Maria Sakkari. A top 10 still closed by the British Emma Raducanu (10th).

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ranking on Monday August 1, 2022

1- IGA Swiatek (POL) 8 396


Anett Kontaveit (East) 4 476

3- Maria Sakkari (Gre) 4,190

4- pala Badosa (ESP) 4 030 5- ons jabeur (tun) 4 010

6- Aryna Sabalenka (bie) 3 267

7- Jessica Pegula (USA) 3 087

8- Garbiñe Muguruza (ESP) 2 886

9- Danielle Collins (USA) 2,743

10- Emma Raducanu (GBR) 2 717



Caroline Garcia (FRA) 1 405 (+13)

38- Alizé Cornet (FRA) 1 271

76- Diane Parry (FRA) 779

89- Océane Dodin (FRA) 708


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