Badosa enters the Top-10 and Alcaraz already touches the Top-30

The Spanish Paula Badosa enters the Top10 of the WTA classification, on whose podium the Australian Ashleigh Barty remains, Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka in second place and Czech Barbora Krejcikova in third place.

With Garbiñe Muguruza in fifth place and Badosa in tenth, Spain has two representatives in the first ten places, something that only the Czech R. can match with Krejcikova and Karolina Pliskova, who is fourth.

The WTA Finals begin on Wednesday in Guadalajara (Mexico) In which will participate the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka, the Czech Barbora Krejcikova and Karolina Pliskova, the Greek Maria Sakkari, the Polish Iga Swiatek, the Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza and Paula Badosa and Estonian Anett Konteveit.

After Muguruza and Badosa, the also Spanish Sara Sorribes in position 36 It is the next in terms of Latin American players, with the Colombian Camila Osorio, in position 54.

Nuria Parrizas (ESP, 64) and Nadia Podoroska (ARG, 82) are the other Ibero-American representatives in the top 100.

Zverev unseats Tsitsipas from the podium and Alcaraz achieves his best ranking

German Alexander Zverev throws Greek Stefanos Tsisipas off the podium this week, always with Serbian Novak Djokovic dominating and with Russian Daniil Medvedev as lieutenant.

Also losing a place is Russian Andrey Rublev, now fifth, and Spanish Rafael Nadal who is sixth. The Swiss Roger Federer continues to go down, logically due to his inactivity which this week appears in the sixteenth step after losing two positions.

The Spanish Carlos Alcaraz, on the other hand, continues to climb and gains three places until reaching thirty-two, his top so far in his short career.

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In the top 100 are, this week, up to 19 Latin American players: Rafael Nadal (ESP, 6), Diego Schwartzman (ARG, 13), Cristian Garín (CHI, 17), Roberto Bautista (ESP, 19), Pablo Carreño (ESP, 20), Carlos Alcaraz (ESP, 32), Federico Delbonis (ARG, 43), Albert Ramos (ESP, 44), Alejandro Davidovich (ESP, 49), Pedro Martínez (ESP, 62), Federico Coria (ARG, 70) , Roberto Carballés (ESP, 73), Guido Pella (ARG, 76), Facundo Bagnis (ARG, 78), Pablo Andújar (ESP, 88), Jaume Munar (ESP, 89), José Manuel Cerundolo (ARG, 91), Carlos Taberner (ESP, 96) and Pablo Cuevas (URU, 97).

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