Bia maintains her position, Carol takes a leap and is close to the top 300

Bia maintains her position, Carol takes a leap and is close to the top 300
Bia maintains her position, Carol takes a leap and is close to the top 300

Miami (USA) – The country’s leading name in the WTA, Beatriz Haddad Maia from São Paulo maintained her position in the ranking released after the WTA 1000 in Miami. This Monday, Brazil’s number 1 remained firmly in 13th place, with just five points more than Italy’s Jasmine Paolini, 14th in the world.

Bia is firmly in the top 20 and has more than 700 points ahead of the first outside that range, Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (21st). Looking up, the left-handed player from São Paulo has a similar gap in relation to the top 10, just a little smaller. She is 568 points behind Latvian Jelena Ostapenko, currently in tenth place.

A little further down, the highlight is Carolina Meligeni Alves from São Paulo, who made a good start this week, gained 28 positions in the ranking and got closer to returning to the top 300, reaching 305th place, but still a little far from 165th place, the best of his career.

Between Carol and Bia is Laura Pigossi, also from São Paulo, second best in the country in the WTA, who had a slight fall this week. The 29-year-old tennis player lost three positions on Monday’s list and is now 119th in the world.

Luiza Fullana from Brasilia starts the week with great news: she gained 17 places and achieved the best ranking of her career. The 22-year-old tennis player rose to 845th place. Gabriela Cé, from Rio Grande do Sul, gained a position and is now 448th in the world, and São Paulo’s Ana Candiotto, who rose from 579th to 577th.

See the top 10 Brazilian women in the WTA rankings:

Beatriz Haddad Maia – 13th
Laura Pigossi – 119th (-3)
Carolina Meligeni Alves – 305th (+28)
Gabriela Cé – 449th (+1)
Ana Candiotto – 577th (+2)
Thaisa Pedretti – 645th (-4)
Luiza Fullana – 845th (+17)
Julia Konishi – 868th (-2)
Carolina Bohrer Martins – 888th (+8)
Rebeca Pereira – 971st (+5)

The article is in Portuguese

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