Camila Giorgi takes a step back, Elisabetta Cocciaretto at No. 90

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First among the Azzurre is always Martina Trevisan, who is stable at No. 30

Several changes for Italian tennis players in the women’s world rankings released Monday by the WTA. First of the Azzurre is always Martina Trevisan, who is stable at No. 30. The 28-year-old left-hander from Tuscany in this 2022 won her first WTA trophy on clay in Rabat and reached the semifinals at Roland Garros, a career-best result in a Slam.

Behind her is always Camila Giorgi, who takes a step back, number 60, as well as Lucia Bronzetti, number 62. Thanks to the quarters in the WTA 250 in Parma, however, Jasmine Paolini, now number 76, recovers three positions.

The eighths in the “Parma Ladies Open” give yet another “best ranking” this season to Elisabetta Cocciaretto, who gains eight positions and rises to number 90. She also takes a step forward for Sara Errani, now number 108.

Positive changes also for Lucrezia Stefanini, who recovers six places and rises to number 152, Camilla Rosatello, who climbs 37 places and is number 244, Nuria Brancaccio, who with three places higher is now number 295 (new personal best), and Giulia Gatto-Monticone, who takes two steps forward and is number 311.

Two changes in the top 10 of the WTA ranking led by Poland’s Iga Swiatek who, thanks to her third career Slam won in New York, maintains more than twice as many points as the second ranked player, Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur. On the third step of the world podium returns Estonia’s Anett Kontaveit, a finalist at in her home tournament in Tallinn, who bypasses Spain’s Paula Badosa.

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