At the end of the Hertogenbosch, Nottingham and Valencia tournaments, discussed last week, the Top 20 of the WTA standings, remitted this Monday, has seen little change. Only Aryna Sabalenka made progress. Finalist of the ‘s-Hertogenbosch grass tournament (beaten by Russian Ekaterina Alexandrova), Belarus (ranked No. 2 last year) won a place and is now the fifth world player.
Greece’s Maria Sakkari, leading the No. 1 series at Nottingham but beaten in the quarter -finals, slipped to one place and found sixth. The WTA standings have always been crushed by Polish Iga Swiatek, who recently won the Roland-Garros tournament. He scored 4 120 points ahead sur the dauphine, l’Estonienne Anett Kontaveit.
Première Française, Alizé Cornet occupies 34e place mondiale. She lost a rank, without mentioning a tournament last week.