Are tennis players Louisa Stephanie I Beatridge Hadad Wins good place in the ranking of Wta, In this Monday update. Stephanie Gaye Runners-up in doubles at WTA 1000 in Miami, In the United States, while Bea was Villa Maria tournament in Argentina, champion in singles at level W25.
Despite being runner-up, Louisa achieved the most expressive result of the week. With the finals in Miami, he got his best result in a professional circuit tournament. In the final, he and American Hayley Carter overtook Japan’s Ana Shibahara and Shuko Ayoama, ranked double number five in the tournament.
With the result, Brazil and the US moved up to fourth place in the doubles rankings of the season. Overall, Louisa jumped to 26th place, the best Brazil of her career so far and the biggest in the WTA rankings.
Bia Haddad, in turn, climbed 11 positions and began occupying the 331st position. The score obtained on Sunday, however, has not yet been calculated. It should only appear on the following Monday. Thus, Brazil must win new placements in their recovery on the circuit, following injuries and suspensions by doping.
Bia is currently ranked third in the Brazilian rankings. First on the list is Brazilian Gabriella, ranked 249th, followed by Laura Pigosi, 326th. In the men’s section, Thiago Monteiro continues as the No. 1 seed in Brazil in 78th place, when he dropped two places – he did not enter the courtroom in Miami. Thiago Wilde (122iago) and Joao Menezes (200 appear) appear behind.
Among the top finishers, there was only one change in the ATP’s Two10. Even though he was made his debut in Miami, German Alexander Zverev overtook Swiss Roger Federer and advanced to sixth place. Federer, who did not play in the United States, is ranked seventh.
The biggest attraction of the top 20 is Polish Hubert Hercz, an amazing champion in Miami. He jumped 21 places and is now in 16th position, his career-best position. The Italian runner-up, the runner-up, won eight places and appeared in 23rd place, also the best of his career.
In the women’s division, Australian Ashley Barty topped it by becoming the two-time champion in Miami. The top 10 big news is Canadian Bianca Andreescu, runner-up for the American tournament. After losing the match in the second set, she moved up three places and is now in sixth place.
Belarusian Aryba Sabalenka rose to seventh place, while Serena Williams lost one place (8th) and Czech Carolina Pliskova fell to three (9th). Dutch Kiki Bertens won a spot and now closes the top 10.