Iga Świątek has maintained a high position on the latest world ranking list. The second Polish woman, Magda Linette, landed. On the other hand, Urszula Radwaska advanced.

Last week, the best Polish tennis player did not participate in the WTA 500 competition in Doha, Qatar. Instead, she traveled to Dubai, where she was preparing for the WTA 1000 Championship. On Monday, Iga Shvetiek retained the 15th place she rose to after her success in Adelaide. Our representative will return to court on Tuesday, and its first competitor in the United Arab Emirates will be Misaki Doi or Bologna Hercog.

Magda Lynette, the second of the White-Reds, has resumed training after a knee injury and is preparing for the first start of the 2021 season, which will be held in Miami. The Poznan player dropped from 43rd to 45th on Monday. Katarzyna Kawa (WTA 123) slipped four places, and Magdalena Fręch retained 161. Maja Chwalińska is the 216th in the world.

Urszula Radwańska jumped 32 places. The Krakow girl was added 50 points for winning the ITF competition with a total prize pool of $ 25,000 in Moscow, thus rising to 231. This week, the pole will compete at the ITF indoor event in Kazan. Weronika Falkowska, who achieved excellent results in the future at Deir Tunis, rose to 619th place in her career.

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