Australian expert Ashleigh Barty has begun gradually in the 2021 season. Subsequent to winning the WTA 500 Melbourne, she saw a furious in the Australian Open quarterfinals. At that point, she even lost the initial match of her title-safeguard crusade in Adelaide International.
In any case, meanwhile, the 24-year-old has crossed a mind boggling achievement in her profession. She has outperformed Romanian Simona Halep in the absolute number of weeks spent at the highest point of the WTA Rankings.
As of now, the Queenslander is in her 65th week as the World No. 1 player on the ladies’ visit. She is presently second just to Serena Williams’ 319 weeks record among the dynamic players.
Prior to her, the current World No. 3, Halep, had been guarding the second spot with 64 weeks for quite a while. Presently, almost certainly, Barty will securely proceed with her rule for some more weeks to come.
When did Ashleigh Barty become World No. 1?
Ashleigh Barty made her achievement in the Top 10 rankings in the 2019 season, and it was her best tennis season to date.
Ashleigh Barty of Australia commends triumph after the Women’s Singles last match against Elina Svitolina of Ukraine on Day eight of the 2019 WTA Finals at Shenzhen Bay Sports Center on November 3, 2019, in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province of China. (Photograph by VCG/VCG by means of Getty Images)
Initially, the Australian pro made her presentation in a Grand Slam quarterfinal in the 2019 Australian Open. Following that, she arrived at the fourth round of Indian Wells and won the Miami Open title.
This effective run encouraged her penetrate the Top 10 rankings. From that point forward, she won the greatest competition of her vocation, the 2019 French Open, and got World No. 2.
She proceeded with her run of karma at the Birmingham Classic to arrive at the apex in rankings. Barty lost her position to Japan’s Naomi Osaka briefly however took it back at the US Open.
During the season’s end, the Australian expert won the WTA Finals and finished her first season as World No. 1. From that point forward, no player has tested her position.
The World No. 1 rundown incorporates (64) Halep, (51) Azarenka, (34) Kerber, (25) Osaka, (20) Clijsters, (11) Venus Williams, (8) Pliskova, and (4) Muguruza.
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Which competition will Barty play straightaway?
During her Adelaide upset against unseeded Danielle Collins, Barty got a leg injury. Thus, she has removed from the Qatar Open and the Dubai Duty-Free Championships.
Be that as it may, Barty is resolved to get back to Miami Open 2021 and guard her title. Be that as it may, a 1000 point misfortune in Dubai will irrefutably hurt Barty.
In the rankings race, the as of late delegated Australian Open boss, Osaka, is surrounding the Australian. Consequently, things are simply going to get intriguing from here on.