The French Caroline García holds the WTA Finals trophy, after beating the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka.
The French Caroline García on Monday the WTA Finals tournament in Fort Worth (Texas) to climb to fourth place in the world ranking of women's tennis, which is still led by the Polish Iga Swiatek despite falling in the semifinals of that event.
García, 29 years old and who won in the final the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka -she went up to the fifth- became in the oldest finalist in this tournament since the American Venus Williams in 2017.
As of June and until the beginning of the Texas tournament, the French racket had won 37 games, more than no one in that period, and raised She won three titles, including beating Czech Petra Kvitova in the final in Cincinnati as a qualifier for her biggest title in five years.
A Swiatek , who was eliminated by Sabalenka, got away from her. what would have been a first trophy of the WTA Finals, which would have crowned the dazzling season that she has had, in which she monopolized & oacute; eight trophies, two of them Grand Slam (Roland Garros and US Open).
On the other hand, the Spanish Paula Badosa lowered one seat from 12 to 13 and Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia remained in fifteenth place.