RANKING WTA. The Polish Swiatek remains at the top of the WTA ranking ahead of her new runner-up, Paula Badosa past Barbora Krejcikova.
Status quo at the top of the WTA rankings. While the WTA Masters in Madrid began on 28 April, Iga Swiatek absent in the capital Spanish is still world number one. The Polish is ahead of Paula Badosa, new runner-up and the Czech Barbora Krejcikova. No other change in the Top to report. On the French side, no development, Alizé Cornet is stable (28e). Caroline Garcia loses two ranks (71e), same thing for Clara Burel (71e).
What is the classification WTA?
Iga Swiatek is world number 1. The Pole is ahead of the Spaniard Paula Badosa and the Czech Barbora Krejcikova. The ranking:
What is the ranking of the WTA Race?
Titled in Indian Wells, Miami, Doha and Stuttgart this season, Iga Swiatek is ahead of the Spaniard Paula Badosa and the Greek Maria Sakkari. The ranking:
What are the differences between the WTA and WTA Race rankings?
Unlike the “classic” WTA ranking updated each week taking into account the points earned on the 52 previous weeks, the WTA Race ranking only takes into account the points earned during the current season and gradually accumulates the eighteen best results.
Computerized from 1973, the WTA ranking is updated every Monday, except during the Grand Slam tournaments since November 3 1975. The WTA ranking, which follows the principles and rules decreed by the WTA, is cumulative over a period of 28 weeks, i.e. determined by the amount of tournaments played during the 52 weeks as well as the best results obtained over this period and fixed at sixteen tournaments to determine the WTA ranking of a singles player.
This ranking includes the points obtained during the four Grand Slam tournaments, the points earned during the Premier Mandatory category tournaments, those of the two best results among the Premier 5 category tournaments for players who are members of the top 20 and the points obtained at the Masters (tournament where the eight best players of the current season compete).