Muguruza will return to the Top-10 of the World Cup and Badosa will premiere Top-30

Garbiñe Muguruza, despite falling in the third round of Wimbledon, will return to the Top-10 of the World Cup WTA next Monday. All this, because in 2019 he did not pass the first round in the British event, so having reached the third round this year, he made him leave Wimbledon with 120 more points in his private account, reaching 4,165 total points .

In this way, the Hispanic-Venezuelan will surpass Petra Kvitova and Belinda Bencic, which fell on their debut, and Serena Williams, who withdrew in the first crash of Wimbledon due to injury.

In this way, the tennis player born in Caracas, what was number 1 in 2017, will be back in the top 10 tennis players in the world 151 weeks after he was last in the Top-10. On August 20, 2018 he left these top 10 positions, and now he will return in 10th place, unable to reach ninth place due to the points achieved by Karolina Pliskova, finalist in Wimbledon. In that sense, Garbiñe benefited from the defeat of Kerber in the semifinals.

Garibiñe will look for more points in his next tournaments, in Montreal, Cincinnati and the US Open, with few points to defend.

Badosa, first time in the Top-30

Also noteworthy is the entry for the first time in the Top-30 of the Catalan Paula Badosa, which will go from 33rd to 29th place with 2,260 points. For her part, Nuria Parrizas will gain at least 20 positions to occupy number 128 in the world ranking, although they could be more if she wins the final of the Bastad WTA.