Martina Trevisan top Italian, then Camila Giorgi and Lucia Bronzetti

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Martina Trevisan top Italian, then Camila Giorgi and Lucia Bronzetti

Several changes for the top ten Italian tennis players in the women’s world rankings released this morning by the WTA. Ahead of them all is still Martina Trevisan, who, thanks to the eighth round in San Diego, recovers three positions and is number 28. The 28-year-old left-hander from Tuscany-who is playing this week in the WTA 1000 in Guadalajara, Mexico-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, stable at number 60, then Lucia Bronzetti, who loses one position and is now number 64. Thanks to the final in the WTA 250 in Cluj Napoca makes a leap of eleven places Jasmine Paolini, who rises to number 67. Both Bronzetti and Paolini are competing this week in the WTA 125k in Rouen, France.

Stable is Elisabetta Cocciaretto, number 92: The 21-year-old from Fermo is also on the draw in Guadalajara, where she made it through qualifying. She takes two steps forward instead Sara Errani, who thanks to the semifinals in the $60,000 Monastir event rises to number 106.

Lucrezia Stefanini loses two positions, dropping to number 142, while Camilla Rosatello gains ten, now number 236. Finally, of note are the “best rankings” for both Nuria Brancaccio, number 293, four places higher than last week, and Matilde Paoletti, number 316 with a jump of ten positions.

28. Trevisan, Martina 1,509 points
60. Giorgi, Camila 945
64. Bronzetti, Lucia 906
67. Paolini, Jasmine 867
92. Cocciaretto, Elisabetta 685
106. Errani, Sara 615
142. Stefanini, Lucrezia 447
236. Rosatello, Camilla 264
293. Brancaccio, Nuria 210
316. Paoletti, Matilde 184

Unchanged is the podium of the WTA top 10 ranking led by Poland’s Iga Swiatek, who won her eighth title and 64th match this season in San Diego: the 21-year-old from Warsaw retains well over twice as many points as the second ranked player, Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur. In third place is Estonia’s Anett Kontaveit.
Of note is the overpowering climb of Russian Anna Blinkova, who, thanks to her victory in Cluj Napoca, gains 59 positions in one shot, moving from number 139 to 79, moving closer to that number 54 position that represents her record, reached in February 2020.

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