WTA ranking as of 6-Jul-2009

Despite being the champion of 3 of the 4 last Grand Slams (US Open, Australian Open and wimbledon), Serena Williams is unable to reach WTA #1 and Dinara Safina even extends her lead after her semifinalist place at Wimbledon. Surprisingly there are no changes in Top-10. Virginie Razzano breaks into the Top-20 for the first time, moving from #23 to a career-high ranking at #17. Surprising quarter-finalists Sabine Lisicki and Francesca Schiavone climb 15 places up to #26 and #28 respectively. Good climbs also for Tatjana Malek (21 places to #80) and Polona Hercog (24 places to #89), although greatest gainer in Top-100 is young American Melanie Oudin, who gains 54 places to break into Top-100 and peak at #70 after progressing to Wimbledon Last-16 round as a qualifier upsetting Jelena Jankovic on her way.

CurPrvNameCountryRank pts.Tours.
1(1)Dinara SafinaRUS1052119
2(2)Serena WilliamsUSA875817
3(3)Venus WilliamsUSA661716
4(4)Elena DementievaRUS659121
5(5)Svetlana Kuznetsova


6(6)Jelena JankovicSRB598022
7(7)Vera ZvonarevaRUS540024
8(8)Victoria Azarenka


9(9)Caroline WozniackiDEN478028
10(10)Nadia PetrovaRUS330025

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