WTA rankings: Top 10 debut for Paolini, Gauff hits career-high

The post-Roland-Garros WTA rankings have seen several shifts to the women’s top 10, including a debutant and a new world No 2

Gauff WTA Rankings 2024 - Chryslene Caillaud / Panoramic Gauff WTA Rankings 2024 – Chryslene Caillaud / Panoramic

The latest edition of the WTA rankings, released on Monday, 10th June, see several changes in the women’s top 10. Iga Swiatek extends her lead over the rest of the field, now sitting 3,707 clear of her closest rival. 

Speaking of, Coco Gauff shifts to a career-high of No 2 in the world after her Roland-Garros semi-final run. She overtakes Aryna Sabalenka, who slips back one spot to No 3 in the world. The remainder of the top five remains stable.

This year’s Roland-Garros finalist, Jasmine Paolini, jumps an incredible eight places to make her debut in the world’s top 10. The Italian sits at No 7 now, just ahead of Qinwen Zheng and behind Marketa Vondrousova.

Maria Sakkari, Ons Jabeur and Danielle Collins all move downwards, with Collins dropping out of the top 10 after her early exit at Roland-Garros

WTA Tour top 10, as of 10 June, 2024:

  1. Iga Swiatek: 11,695 points
  2. Coco Gauff: 7,988 points
  3. Aryna Sabalenka: 7,788 points
  4. Elena Rybakina: 5,973 points
  5. Jessica Pegula: 4,625 points
  6. Marketa Vondrousova: 4,503 points
  7. Jasmine Paolini: 4,068 points
  8. Qinwen Zheng: 4,005 points
  9. Maria Sakkari: 3,980 points
  10. Ons Jabeur: 3,748 points

Outside of the top 10, Emma Navarro makes a big jump up the rankings to No 18 in the world, a movement of six places for her new career-high ranking. Beatriz Haddad Maia, on the other hand, fall six spots to No 20. 

Mirra Andreeva continues her meteoric rise, up 15 places to a career-high of No 23 in the world.

Other notable career-highs this Monday are Maria Kostyuk (18), Clara Burel (42) and Moyuka Uchijima (76).

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