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WTA Women's singles ranking Australian world No.1 defeats Karolina Pliskova in gripping three-set final



Ashleigh Barty, who won Wimbledon for the first time, increased her lead at the top of the rankings and is now nearly 2,300 points ahead of the Japanese Naomi Osaki.

Serena Williams dropped out of the WTA top 10 for the first time in more than two years when the new rankings were released on Monday, according to The PUNCH.

The 39-year-old, who has spent 319 weeks at number one over the course of her glittering career, dropped rankings points at Wimbledon, where she was a finalist at the last eidition, after she withdrew through injury from her first-round match with Aliaksandra Sasnovich.

Her withdrawal sees Williams plummet eight places to 16th in the world, her lowest ranking since early January 2019.

Simona Halep also tumbled to ninth after injury ruled her out of defending the Wimbledon title she won in 2019, and the points that went with that victory.

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Karolina Pliskova, the losing finalist, moved from 13th to 7th place.

WTA ranking as of July 12

1 Ashleigh Barty 9635
2 Naomi Osaka 7336
3 Aryna Sabalenka 6965
4 Sofia Kenin 5640
5 Bianca Andreescu 5331
6 Elina Svitolina 5125
7 Karolína Plíšková 4975
8 Iga Świątek 4695
9 Simona Halep 4330
10 Garbiñe Muguruza 4165
11 Belinda Bencic 4085
12 Petra Kvitová 3985
13 Barbora Krejčíková 3863
14 Victoria Azarenka 3845
15 Jennifer Brady 3830
16 Serena Williams 3641
17 Elise Mertens 3575
18 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 3420
19 Maria Sakkari 3420
20 Elena Rybakina 3083
21 Kiki Bertens 2975
22 Angelique Kerber 2950
23 Ons Jabeur 2930
24 Karolína Muchová 2876
25 Cori Gauff 2765
26 Madison Keys 2575
27 Jessica Pegula 2470
28 Anett Kontaveit 2385
29 Paula Badosa Gibert 2260
30 Jeļena Ostapenko 2170
31 Daria Kasatkina 2090
32 Petra Martić 2060
33 Veronika Kudermetova 2040
34 Ekaterina Alexandrova 2000
35 Alison Riske 1815
36 Nadia Podoroska 1762
37 Sorana Cîrstea 1734
38 Johanna Konta 1728
39 Markéta Vondroušová 1717
40 Shelby Rogers 1698
41 Svetlana Kuznetsova 1693
42 Yulia Putintseva 1640
43 Magda Linette 1628
44 Dayana Yastremska 1580
45 Donna Vekić 1550
46 Sara Sorribes Tormo 1550
47 Qiang Wang 1545
48 Viktorija Golubic 1531
49 Tamara Zidanšek 1530
50 Danielle Collins 1529
51 Ajla Tomljanović 1470
52 Saisai Zheng 1450
53 Anastasija Sevastova 1448
54 Ludmilla Samsonova 1431
55 Jil Teichmann 1429
56 Marie Bouzková 1363
57 Shuai Zhang 1353
58 Camila Giorgi 1350
59 Rebecca Peterson 1332
60 Laura Siegemund 1318
61 Kateřina Siniaková 1295
62 Alison Van Uytvanck 1295
63 Kristina Mladenovic 1260
64 Marta Kostyuk 1241
65 Alizé Cornet 1235
66 Fiona Ferro 1190
67 Heather Watson 1166
68 Danka Kovinić 1160
69 Sloane Stephens 1156
70 Ann Li 1152
71 Leylah Fernandez 1151
72 Patricia Maria Țig 1096
73 Irina-Camelia Begu 1094
74 Caroline Garcia 1070
75 Su-wei Hsieh 1069
76 Bernarda Pera 1060
77 Tereza Martincová 1057
78 Nao Hibino 1050
79 Madison Brengle 1045
80 María Camila Osorio Serrano 1029
81 Kaia Kanepi 988
82 Anna Blinkova 985
83 Amanda Anisimova 980
84 Arantxa Rus 961
85 Anastasia Potapova 953
86 Aliaksandra Sasnovich 938
87 Polona Hercog 936
88 Varvara Gracheva 928
89 Nina Stojanović 928
90 Vera Zvonareva 922
91 Jasmine Paolini 920
92 Lin Zhu 891
93 Misaki Doi 871
94 Lauren Davis 870
95 Anhelina Kalinina 858
96 Clara Tauson 855
97 Andrea Petković 850
98 Ana Bogdan 850
99 Christina McHale 827
100 Martina Trevisan 817

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