(Paris) The Polish Iga Swiatek retains the lead in the WTA ranking published on Monday, in which the Czech Marketa Vondrousova, crowned Saturday at Wimbledon, makes her entry into the top 10 for the first time.

The 24-year-old Vondrousova, who captured her second title on the tour, moved up 32 places to 10th in the world.

Tunisian Ons Jabeur, who lost for the third time in her career in the final of a Grand Slam tournament after Wimbledon and the United States Open in 2022, remains in 6th place.

She nevertheless gets very close to the French Caroline Garcia, 5th, who is only ahead of her by 19 points.

The gap between Swiatek and her runner-up, Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka, was almost halved at the end of the London tournament, which saw the Pole fail in the quarters while her rival was eliminated in the semi-finals by Jabeur.

Swiatek’s faller, Ukrainian Elina Svtolina, who had received an invitation from the organizers, moved up to 27th place in the world, up 49 positions.

Czech Petra Kvitova takes 8th place at the expense of Greek Maria Sakkari.

The Russian Daria Kasatkina, 11th, and the Czech Barbora Krejcikova, 12th, both fell one place.

Ontarian Bianca Andreescu climbed six rungs to 44th after competing in the third round. Quebec’s Leylah Fernandez moved up to 84th after a narrow second-round loss.