WTA ranking as of 07-Jul-2008

Ana Ivanovic retains WTA #1 after Wimbledon, where no one of the Top 4 players reached the quarter-finals. Jelena Jankovic gets back to #2 due to the early defeat of Maria Sharapova. Wimbledon runner-up Serena Williams climbs to #5 and gets closer to the Top 4, as semifinalist Elena Dementieva. Polish Agnieszka Radwanska breaks into the Top 10 for the first time peaking at #10. Quarter-finalist Tamarine Tanasugarn moves from #60 to #37, although the greatest gainer of the week is semifinalist Jie Zheng who climbs 93 places up to #40. Russian Evgeniya Rodina and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova break into the Top 100 for the first time and reach career-high rankings at #87 and #92 respectively, while Maria Jose Martinez (25 places up to #76), Barbora Zahlavova Strycova (26 places up to #83) and Alla Kudryavtseva (55 places up to #99) return to Top 100. Career-high rankings for 4th rounders Alisa Kleybanova (from #42 to #35) and Bethanie Mattek (from #69 to #55), as well as for 3rd rounders Marina Erakovic (from #53 to #49) and Sorana Cirstea (from #66 to #53).

CurPrvNameCountryRank pts.Tours.
1(1)Ana IvanovicSRB382817
2(3)Jelena JankovicSRB368522
3(2)Maria SharapovaRUS362614
4(4)Svetlana Kuznetsova


5(6)Serena WilliamsUSA312613
6(5)Elena DementievaRUS310520
7(7)Venus WilliamsUSA260613
8(8)Anna ChakvetadzeRUS248624
9(9)Dinara SafinaRUS228722
10(11)Agnieszka Radwanska



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