Paula Badosa has entered the exclusive club of the ‘top ten’ in the WTA classification that the Australian continues to lead Ashleigh Barty and where Garbiñe Muguruza it occupies the fifth place in the world. The two Spanish tennis players will be in the WTA Finals that begin to be played this Wednesday in Guadalajara (Mexico).
The Catalan tennis player becomes the fifth Spanish tennis player to reach the ‘top ten’ after they achieved it Arantxa Sánchez Vicario, Conchita Martinez, Carla Suarez and Muguruza. Since 2000, when Arantxa and Conchita achieved it for the last time, no two Spanish tennis players had been among the top ten in the world. BadosaThe 23-year-old has progressed from the 70th position that started the year with the Indian Wells Masters 1,000 title, achieved a month ago, in addition to winning her first title on the WTA circuit at the Belgrade tournament.
Debut among the teachers
Badosa will participate for the first time in the WTA Finals together Muguruza, who will be here for the fifth time, the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka, the czechs Barbora Krejcikova and Karolina Pliskova. the polish Iga Swiatek , The greek Maria Sakkari and estonia Anet Kontaveit, who has entered as a substitute after resigning to play as Barty, champion of the last edition in 2019.
The tournament title record tops him Martina Navratilova, with eight titles, followed by Steffi Graf and Serena Williams, with five crowns.