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WTA Rankings – Osorio at career high, Yastremska knocking on door of Top 100

The finalists at this week’s WTA tournaments have been rewarded with ranking rises

Maria Camila Osorio Serrano Colombia’s Camila Osorio reacts during her quarter final match against Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina in Monterrey (Panoramic)

It’s been a fantastic week for Maria Camila Osorio Serrano, who reached the Monterrey final as well as a new career-high ranking.

Her previous best was world No 44 – now she is the new world No 35 after losing to Leylah Fernandez in the final.

Yastremska on rise

Dayana Yastremska is on the verge of breaking back into the Top 100 as well. Ranked as high as world No 21 in January 2020, she’s since sunk as low as 150th in the world. After finishing as runner-up in Lyon, though, she will rise 37 places to world No 103. Zhang Shuai, the woman who defeated her in the final, rises 23 places to world No 41.

Shuai Zhang (CHN) remporte la finale du tournoi de Lyon – Open 6eme sens Métropole de Lyon || 224040_0032 2022 femme Lyon Metropole de Lyon tennis woman WTA250


There will be more players in the WTA Top 100 achieving a new career-best ranking this week. Here is a list of the women on the rise:

  • Nuria Parrizas Diaz – No 44
  • Varvara Gracheva – No 70
  • Zheng Qinwen – No 75
  • Anna Bondar – No 76
  • Panna Udvardy – No 82
  • Wang Xinyu – No 84
  • Claire Liu – No 87
  • Magdalena Frech – No 88
  • Harmony Tan – No 91
  • Diane Parry – No 98
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