"Number 1 is the perfect reward": Aryna Sabalenka | Video

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The Belarusian tennis player Aryna Sabalenka will be the new number 1 in the WTA ranking behind the US Open 2023 and it will be the eighth player in occupying andFirst place in the world in both singles and doubles throughout her career, a milestone that allows the one from Minsk to fulfill a childhood dream and is a “perfect reward” to your job this year.

After knowing that she will lead the WTA ranking, Sabalenka He assured the media:

Reaching the number 1 spot in the WTA singles world ranking is something I have dreamed of since I was a little girl when I started playing tennis.

Sabalenka He stressed that it is the “perfect reward” for his work in recent months.

2023 has been an incredible year for me and my team and this is the perfect reward for all our hard work. It is an incredible feeling to join the impressive list of other WTA players who have achieved this and it is a great honor to be able to call myself the world number 1.

The Belarusian will be the tennis player number 29 to reach the number 1 position in the WTA world, and only the eighth player to have been ranked number 1 in both singles and doubles during his career, having also risen to the top of the doubles rankings in February 2021.

Given this, Steve Simonpresident and CEO of the WTA, said:

Aryna's rise to the top of our sport is an incredible achievement and I would like to congratulate her on becoming the new world number one in WTA singles.

Sabalenkawhich confirmed its rise to number 1 in the ranking after the defeat of Iga Swiatek against Jelena Ostapenko In New York, will surpass the Polish and will put an end to 75 consecutive weeks as number 1.

This year, The Belarusian has won three titles, the most recent Mutua Madrid Open WTA 1000 category, in addition to Adelaide International (WTA 500) and her first Grand Slam singles title in the Australian Open.

In addition, she reached two other finals this year, in the WTA 1000 BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells) and the WTA 500 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix (Stuttgart), and reached the semi-finals in both Roland Garros as in Wimbledon.

(With information from Europa Press)

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