Wimbledon Day 6: Danielle Collins' bucket list, Mpetshi Perricard makes his own luck (2024)

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On day six of Wimbledon 2024, the unluckiest lucky loser made hay, Danielle Collins dreamed of Centre Court, and football invaded the home of tennis.

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The unluckiest lucky loser makes his fortune

When Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard walked into Roehampton to start Wimbledon qualifying, he could have been forgiven for feeling a little miffed.

The Frenchman is ranked world No. 58, comfortably inside the top 100, but that’s not where he was in late May when the cut for Wimbledon entries took place.

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So, he went to qualifying — and lost, in the final round, to Maxime Janvier. That had to sting too.

But then Spain’s Alejandro Davidovich Fokina withdrew, and American No. 20 seed Sebastian Korda went from facing a slightly maverick but ultimately navigable challenge to facing 51 aces, an average first-serve speed of 135 mph, and an average second-serve speed of 126 mph. Ben Shelton, who has a pretty big serve himself, says that the 6-foot-8 Frenchman doesn’t hit a second serve at all.

Wimbledon Day 6: Danielle Collins' bucket list, Mpetshi Perricard makes his own luck (1)

Mpetshi Perricard has made the most of his second chance, even if he was unlucky not to have gone straight into the main draw. (Glyn Kirk / AFP)

After beating Korda, Perricard has come through two more matches and now finds himself in the fourth round, facing Lorenzo Musetti. Musetti, who is a master of the chipped, block return and the backhand slice, has the kitchen towel absorbency required to hold a candle to a serve as big as Mpetshi Perricard’s, which has produced 105 aces in the tournament so far. But he’s not just a server: His backhand, a one-hander like Musetti’s, has arc and pace, and he moves with the economy of the best on the green stuff.

Lucky, or unlucky? Sometimes, you just have to make your own.

Speaking of serves, did Shelton (more on him later) break the record for the quickest serve at Wimbledon on Thursday?

Well, yes, until he didn’t. When it happened, no one thought much of the serve in question except the speed gun, which posted 153 mph on its display after Shelton hit an unreturned serve against Lloyd Harris. There wasn’t much buzz about it though, which was odd for a record that normally gets people talking.

Watching the serve on video it quickly became clear why. It was far too slow. The serve, an ace out wide with some kick on it, was fast sure, but it wasn’t record-breaking fast.

After checking with IBM, which looks after such data for Wimbledon, a spokesperson explained that “one of [Shelton’s] serves was incorrectly recorded and displayed courtside as 153 mph. Following a review, this has been corrected to 132 mph.”

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Sorry, Ben.

— James Hansen and Charlie Eccleshare

A return to a court of good memories for Elina Svitolina. A new stage for Danielle Collins?

Elina Svitolina was about the biggest story going at Wimbledon last year.

She was just a few months removed from maternity leave, rolling through the draw to the semifinals as bombs dropped on Ukraine, where much of her family still lives. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, pregnancy, and the birth of her child, Svitolina had been out so long that a lot of people had forgotten what a terrific player she could be — a former world No. 3, and a winner of the season-ending Tour Finals.

Svitolina was back on Wimbledon’s Centre Court on Saturday, where she beat Ons Jabeur, the finalist the past two years, 6-1, 7-6.

“Great performance,” said Svitolina who is suddenly looking like a potential finalist with the top half of the draw opening up following Iga Swiatek’s loss.

“Really happy the way I was playing, the way I was moving around the court.”

Wimbledon Day 6: Danielle Collins' bucket list, Mpetshi Perricard makes his own luck (2)

Danielle Collins is enjoying a superb season, her last on the tour. (Henry Nicholls / AFP via Getty Images)

Another candidate to emerge from that side of the draw is Danielle Collins, the big-hitting American who lost the first four games against Beatriz Haddad Maia of Brazil, but regrouped during a rain delay and won 12 of the next 16 for 6-4, 6-4 wins.

Collins, who is stepping away from tennis at the end of the season to hopefully start a family herself, has another incentive for winning more matches: She has never played a singles match on Centre Court, the stage Svitolina holds so dear.

“That’s a huge bucket lister for me,” Collins said.

“You watch so much tennis as a kid and see all of these people that you look up to and idolize playing. And when you get to come here as an adult, it’s such a surreal experience.”

Collins is one of seven Americans in the fourth round of the singles at the All England Club, the first time that has happened in 20 years.

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— Matt Futterman

Ben Shelton’s six days of serves, strength and (not very much) sleep

Shelton is young, and big, and strong, and seemingly filled with boundless energy on the tennis court.

He’s needed every bit of it this first week of Wimbledon, and then some.

Start with the lengths of his matches. He’s played three of them and he’s needed the maximum five sets in each one. His second-round win against Lloyd Harris of South Africa required a match-deciding tiebreak. Then there’s the rain, which has been happening a lot in London during the past 10,000 years or so, and especially the past week.

All three of Shelton’s matches started on one day and ended on another, meaning he has been on the court every day. He began his third-round match against Denis Shapovalov of Canada on Friday afternoon. So maybe it was the endorphins from his win talking after he beat Shapovalov 6-7, 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 around 24 hours later.

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Ben Shelton has had to show all his strength on six gruelling days of tennis. (Clive Brunskill / Getty Images)

“I was telling my coaches that physically after this match today, it’s the best that I’ve felt in the last two or three months,” said Shelton, who has been nursing a sore shoulder and other niggles during the spring.

Then he went out and showed everyone just how good he felt, playing a doubles match with his close friend Mackenzie McDonald against Flavio Cobolli and Lorenzo Sonego. Of course, they split the first two sets and failed to finish before darkness settled.

They will finish Sunday probably, which is shaping up to be another busy day for Shelton. He faces Jannik Sinner, the world No. 1, in the fourth round.

GO DEEPERBen Shelton: 'I didn't want to be one of 50 Nike guys'

— Matt Futterman

Euro 2024 makes itself heard on Centre Court

It’s been clear that this year’s Wimbledon tournament, like all others, would be a football-free zone. No Euros matches, involving England or anyone else, would be shown on site.

Naturally, fans took matters into their own hands. When Alexei Popyrin went to serve at 30-30, down 1-4 in the second set against Novak Djokovic, a roar erupted from the Centre Court stands, as Trent Alexander-Arnold’s winning penalty kick sent England into the European Championship semifinals. The players laughed it off, and Djokovic even mimed a penalty — left-footed, which is how he plays the game — that Popyrin attempted “saving” on the other side of the net.

Centre Court erupts as the news that @England have won on penalties filters through 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿#Wimbledon | #EURO2024 pic.twitter.com/OoKv7n1tVo

— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 6, 2024

England plays their semifinal on Wednesday at 8 p.m., which if it goes to normal time, would finish just before 10 p.m. Play is unlikely to still be going on on the main courts by then, but if it is, whoever’s in action will be left in little doubt at how England are getting on.

— Charlie Eccleshare

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Shank of the day

Club players: Jelena Ostapenko would crush you in a match — but she will also speak to your soul.

Only @JelenaOstapenk8 could win this point 🤣#Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/eIZpqFfLrM

— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 6, 2024

Wimbledon men’s draw 2024

First Round

Second Round

Third Round

Fourth Round

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

🇮🇹

1

J. Sinner

6636

🇩🇪

Y. Hanfmann

3463

🇮🇹

M. Berrettini

7636

🇭🇺

M. Fucsovics

63261

🇮🇳

S. Nagal

2634

🇷🇸

M. Kecmanovic

6366

🇨🇴

D. Galan (LL)

6334

🇳🇱

27

T. Griekspoor

766

🇨🇱

19

N. Jarry

154

🇨🇦

D. Shapovalov

676

🇩🇪

D. Altmaier

47166

🇬🇧

A. Fery (WC)

666631

🇿🇦

L. Harris (Q)

3477711

🇺🇸

A. Michelsen

6656269

🇮🇹

M. Bellucci (Q)

63634

🇺🇸

14

B. Shelton

46366

🇧🇬

10

G. Dimitrov

667

🇷🇸

D. Lajovic

345

🇨🇱

C. Garin (Q)

544

🇨🇳

J. Shang

766

🇨🇭

S. Wawrinka

676

🇬🇧

C. Broom (WC)

354

🇫🇷

G. Monfils

6376

🇫🇷

22

A. Mannarino

4654

🇨🇳

32

Z. Zhang

766

🇫🇷

M. Janvier (Q)

6432

🇩🇪

J. Struff

66466

🇭🇺

F. Marozsan

4723

🇫🇷

A. Muller

677

🇫🇷

H. Gaston (Q)

46265

🇺🇸

A. Kovacevic

342

🇷🇺

5

D. Medvedev

666

🇪🇸

3

C. Alcaraz

776

🇪🇪

M. Lajal (Q)

6352

🇦🇺

A. Vukic

69663710

🇦🇹

S. Ofner

71144668

🇭🇷

B. Coric

676

🇧🇷

F. Meligeni Alves (Q)

3623

🇮🇹

M. Arnaldi

76133

🇺🇸

29

F. Tiafoe

652666

🇦🇷

18

S. Baez

234

🇺🇸

B. Nakashima

666

🇷🇺

P. Kotov

77444

🇦🇺

J. Thompson

55666

🇳🇱

B. Van de Zandschulp

6466

🇬🇧

L. Broady (WC)

2632

🇰🇿

A. Schevchenko

166271

🇫🇷

16

U. Humbert

647636

🇺🇸

12

T. Paul

6646

🇪🇸

P. Martinez

2163

🇫🇮

O. Virtanen (Q)

666

🇦🇺

M. Purcell

322

🇧🇪

Z. Bergs (Q)

147768

🇫🇷

A. Cazaux

666264710

🇨🇿

J. Mensik

67442

🇰🇿

23

A. Bublik

462666

🇦🇷

M. Navone

4624

🇮🇹

31

L. Sonego

676

🇪🇸

R. Bautista Agut

666

🇩🇪

M. Marterer

314

🇫🇷

L. Van Assche (LL)

135

🇮🇹

F. Fognini

667

🇦🇺

A. Bolt (Q)

6244

🇳🇴

8

C. Ruud

766

🇷🇺

6

A. Rublev

47265

🇦🇷

F. Comesana

6567

🇦🇷

F. Coria

335

🇦🇺

A. Walton

667

🇮🇹

L. Darderi

74276

🇬🇧

J. Choinski (Q)

56652

🇫🇷

C. Lestienne

66422

🇮🇹

25

L. Musetti

4766

🇺🇸

20

S. Korda

6576673

🇫🇷

G. Mpetshi Perricard (LL)

76478646

🇯🇵

Y. Nishioka

67826

🇵🇹

N. Borges

26663

🇫🇮

E. Ruusuvori

784576

🇺🇸

M. McDonald

6667663

🇯🇵

T. Daniel

6545

🇬🇷

11

S. Tsitsipas

767

🇺🇸

12

T. Fritz

666

🇦🇺

C. O'Connell

124

🇯🇵

K. Nishikori

74732

🇫🇷

A. Rinderknech

566266

🇮🇹

F. Cobolli

7466

🇦🇺

R. Hijikata

5644

🇬🇧

D. Evans

253

🇨🇱

24

A. Tabilo

676

🇬🇧

28

J. Draper

36646

🇸🇪

E. Ymer (Q)

63363

🇬🇧

C. Norrie

776

🇦🇷

F. Diaz Acosta

553

🇬🇧

H. Searle (WC)

6344

🇺🇸

M. Giron

3666

🇪🇸

R. Carballes Baena

242

🇩🇪

4

A. Zverev

666

🇵🇱

7

H. Hurkacz

5666

🇲🇩

R. Albot (Q)

7434

🇫🇷

A. Fils

6636

🇨🇭

D. Stricker

3264

🇧🇪

D. Goffin (LL)

664164

🇨🇿

T. Machac

3266710`

🇷🇺

R. Safiullin

653766

🇦🇷

26

F. Cerundolo

76534

🇨🇦

17

F. Auger-Aliassime

676944

🇦🇺

T. Kokkinakis

4571166

🇫🇷

L. Pouille (Q)

37366

🇷🇸

L. Djere

664631

🇪🇸

J. Munar

6636

🇬🇧

B. Harris (WC)

4463

🇦🇺

J. Duckworth (LL)

616364

🇦🇺

9

A. de Minaur

777

🇩🇰

15

H. Rune

666

🇰🇷

S. Kwon

144

🇬🇧

P. Jubb (WC)

666645

🇧🇷

T. Seyboth Wild

137867

🇫🇷

Q. Halys (Q)

666

🇺🇸

C. Eubanks

442

🇦🇷

30

T. Etcheverry

666

🇮🇹

L. Nardi

142

🇦🇺

A. Popyrin

66866

🇧🇷

T. Monteiro

471034

🇬🇧

J. Fearnley (WC)

76714

🇪🇸

A. Moro Canas (Q)

64612

🇷🇸

2

N. Djokovic

666

🇨🇿

V. Kopriva (Q)

122

🇮🇹

1

J. Sinner

7727

🇮🇹

M. Berrettini

6364664

🇷🇸

M. Kecmanovic

479166

🇳🇱

27

T. Griekspoor

667623

🇨🇦

D. Shapovalov

761636

🇩🇪

D. Altmaier

633674

🇿🇦

L. Harris (Q)

6657367

🇺🇸

14

B. Shelton

47656710

🇧🇬

10

G. Dimitrov

564666

🇨🇳

J. Shang

77424

🇨🇭

S. Wawrinka

65463

🇫🇷

G. Monfils

767

🇨🇳

32

Z. Zhang

736168

🇩🇪

J. Struff

5677

🇫🇷

A. Muller

76445

🇷🇺

5

D. Medvedev

63767

🇪🇸

3

C. Alcaraz

766

🇦🇺

A. Vukic

6522

🇭🇷

B. Coric

6513

🇺🇸

29

F. Tiafoe

766

🇺🇸

B. Nakashima

666

🇦🇺

J. Thompson

322

🇳🇱

B. Van de Zandschulp

6913

🇫🇷

16

U. Humbert

71166

🇺🇸

12

T. Paul

46576

🇫🇮

O. Virtanen

63754

🇫🇷

A. Cazaux

4614

🇰🇿

23

A. Bublik

676

🇮🇹

L. Sonego

3634

🇪🇸

R. Bautista Agut

6366

🇮🇹

F. Fognini

67616

🇳🇴

8

C. Ruud

4573

🇦🇷

F. Comesana

716126710

🇦🇺

A. Walton

56714168

🇮🇹

L. Darderi

46744

🇮🇹

25

L. Musetti

646566

🇫🇷

G. Mpetshi Perricard (LL)

666

🇯🇵

Y. Nishioka

412

🇫🇮

E. Ruusuvori

771236

🇬🇷

11

S. Tsitsipas

6661063

🇺🇸

12

T. Fritz

6636

🇫🇷

A. Rinderknech

3464

🇮🇹

F. Cobolli

6464664

🇨🇱

24

A. Tabilo

77446

🇬🇧

28

J. Draper

63466

🇬🇧

C. Norrie

767

🇺🇸

M. Giron

214

🇩🇪

4

A. Zverev

666

🇵🇱

7

H. Hurkacz (RET)

624668

🇫🇷

A. Fils

72669

🇨🇿

T. Machac

2473

🇷🇺

R. Safiullin

6656

🇦🇺

T. Kokkinakis (RET)

652

🇫🇷

L. Pouille (Q)

275

🇪🇸

J. Munar

225

🇦🇺

9

A. de Minaur

667

🇩🇰

15

H. Rune

3666

🇧🇷

T. Seyboth Wild

6322

🇫🇷

Q. Halys (Q)

46366

🇷🇺

21

K. Khachanov

63634

🇦🇷

30

T. Etcheverry

64643

🇦🇺

A. Popyrin

36466

🇬🇧

J. Fearnley (WC)

3475

🇷🇸

2

N. Djokovic

6657

🇮🇹

1

J. Sinner

666

🇷🇸

M. Kecmanovic

142

🇨🇦

D. Shapovalov

72462

🇺🇸

14

B. Shelton

646646

🇧🇬

10

G. Dimitrov

666

🇫🇷

G. Monfils

343

🇩🇪

J. Struff

6647

🇷🇺

5

D. Medvedev

13663

🇪🇸

3

C. Alcaraz

56476

🇺🇸

29

F. Tiafoe

726622

🇺🇸

B. Nakashima

693766

🇫🇷

16

U. Humbert

71166568

🇺🇸

12

T. Paul

666

🇰🇿

23

A. Bublik

342

🇪🇸

R. Bautista Agut

783576

🇮🇹

F. Fognini*

6667614

🇦🇷

F. Comesana

27633

🇮🇹

25

L. Musetti

66476

🇫🇷

G. Mpetshi Perricard (LL)

4676

🇫🇮

E. Ruusuvori

62654

🇺🇸

12

T. Fritz

767

🇨🇱

21

A. Tabilo

6335

🇬🇧

C. Norrie

44615

🇩🇪

4

A. Zverev

66717

🇫🇷

A. Fils

46166

🇷🇺

R. Safiullin

63643

🇫🇷

L. Pouille (Q)

🇦🇺

9

A. de Minaur (WO)

🇩🇰

15

H. Rune

164676

🇫🇷

Q. Halys (Q)

674641

🇦🇺

A. Popyrin

63463

🇷🇸

2

N. Djokovic

4667

🇮🇹

1

J. Sinner

66711

🇺🇸

14

B. Shelton

2469

🇧🇬

10

G. Dimitrov

3

🇷🇺

5

D. Medvedev (RET)

5

🇪🇸

3

C. Alcaraz

6617

🇫🇷

16

U. Humbert

3465

🇺🇸

12

T. Paul

676

🇪🇸

R. Bautista Agut

2642

🇮🇹

25

L. Musetti

4666

🇫🇷

G. Mpetshi Perricard (LL)

6332

🇺🇸

12

T. Fritz

464676

🇩🇪

4

A. Zverev

674634

🇫🇷

A. Fils

2463

🇦🇺

9

A. de Minaur

6646

🇩🇰

15

H. Rune

342

🇷🇸

2

N. Djokovic

666

🇮🇹

1

J. Sinner

🇷🇺

5

D. Medvedev

🇪🇸

3

C. Alcaraz

🇺🇸

12

T. Paul

🇮🇹

25

L. Musetti

🇺🇸

12

T. Fritz

🇦🇺

9

A. de Minaur

🇷🇸

2

N. Djokovic

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Wimbledon women’s draw 2024

First Round

Second Round

Third Round

Fourth Round

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

🇵🇱

1

I. Swiatek

66

🇺🇸

S. Kenin

34

🇬🇧

F. Jones (WC)

612

🇭🇷

P. Martic

366

🇰🇿

Y. Putintseva

76

🇩🇪

A. Kerber (WC)

53

🇨🇦

M. Stakusic (Q)

42

🇨🇿

27

K. Siniakova

66

🇫🇷

23

C. Garcia

67

🇷🇺

A. Blinkova

45

🇺🇸

B. Pera

646710

🇷🇺

A. Potapova

7466

🇫🇷

O. Dodin

40

🇺🇦

D. Snigur (Q)

66

🇦🇺

A. Tomljanovic (WC)

12

🇱🇻

13

J. Ostapenko

66

🇺🇸

11

D. Collins

67

🇩🇰

C. Tauson

364

🇪🇬

M. Sherif

12

🇭🇺

D. Galfi

66

🇨🇴

C. Osorio

66

🇺🇸

L. Davis

31

🇵🇱

M. Frech

53

🇧🇷

20

B. Haddad Maia

76

🇨🇿

31

B. Krejcikova

7617

🇷🇺

V. Kudermetova

6475

🇦🇷

M. Carle

25

🇺🇸

K. Volynets (Q)

67

🇪🇸

C. Bucsa

64710

🇷🇴

A. Bogdan

4665

🇪🇸

J. Bouzas Maneiro

66

🇨🇿

6

M. Vondrousova

42

🇰🇿

4

E. Rybakina

66

🇷🇴

E. Ruse (Q)

31

🇩🇪

L. Siegemund

66

🇺🇦

K. Baindl

41

🇩🇰

C. Wozniacki (WC)

66

🇺🇸

A. Parks (Q)

20

🇮🇹

L. Bronzetti

43

🇨🇦

30

L. Fernandez

66

🇷🇺

17

A. Kalinskaya

66

🇭🇺

P. Uvardy (Q)

32

🇨🇿

M. Bouzkova

66

🇦🇷

J. Riera

21

🇺🇦

A. Kalinina

23

🇷🇺

E. Avanesyan

66

🇪🇸

R. Masarova

362

🇷🇺

15

L. Samsonova

646

🇹🇳

10

O. Jabeur

66

🇯🇵

M. Uchijima

31

🇺🇸

R. Montgomery (Q)

66

🇦🇺

O. Gadecki (Q)

44

🇨🇭

V. Golubic

21

🇩🇪

J. Niemeier

66

🇵🇱

M. Linette

57113

🇺🇦

21

E. Svitolina

7696

🇬🇧

32

K. Boulter

77

🇩🇪

T. Maria

665

🇬🇧

H. Dart

66

🇨🇳

Z. Bai

40

🇨🇳

X. Wang

736

🇧🇬

V. Tomova

6460

🇺🇸

A. Kreuger

20

🇺🇸

5

J. Pegula

66

🇨🇳

8

Q. Zheng

624

🇳🇿

L. Sun (Q)

466

🇧🇪

A. Van Uytvanck

43

🇺🇦

Y. Starodubtseva (Q)

66

🇷🇴

I. Begu

04

🇨🇳

L. Zhu

66

🇺🇸

T. Townsend

641

🇷🇺

25

A. Pavlyuchenkova

76

🇲🇽

22

R. Zarazua (LL)

63

🇬🇧

E. Raducanu (WC)

76

🇯🇵

N. Hibino

624

🇧🇪

E. Mertens

266

🇳🇱

A. Rus

66

🇨🇳

Y. Yuan

23

🇺🇸

M. Kessler (Q)

31

🇬🇷

9

M. Sakkari

66

🇷🇺

14

D. Kasatkina

66

🇨🇳

S. Zhang

30

🇩🇪

T. Korpatsch

21

🇬🇧

Y. Miyazaki (WC)

66

🇪🇸

P. Badosa

66

🇨🇿

K. Muchova

32

🇨🇿

B. Fruhvirtova

166

🇷🇺

24

M. Andreeva

632

🇺🇦

28

D. Yastremska

67

🇦🇷

N. Podoroska

162

🇺🇦

L. Tsurenko

31

🇫🇷

V. Gracheva

66

🇭🇷

D. Vekic

366

🇨🇳

X. Wang

634

🇺🇸

E. Bektas

6563

🇷🇺

3

E. Andreeva (LL)

736

🇮🇹

7

J. Paolini

76

🇪🇸

S. Sorribes Tormo

53

🇧🇪

G. Minnen

76

🇬🇧

H. Watson (WC)

54

🇨🇦

B. Andreescu

66

🇷🇴

J. Cristian

42

🇮🇹

S. Errani

631

🇨🇿

26

L. Noskova

76

🇺🇦

18

M. Kostyuk

66

🇸🇰

R. Sramkova

32

🇦🇺

D. Saville

66

🇺🇸

P. Stearns

42

🇸🇰

A. Schmiedlova

064

🇨🇳

Y. Wang

636

🇮🇹

M. Trevisan

464

🇺🇸

12

M. Keys

67

🇫🇷

16

E. Jaquemot (LL)

33

🇺🇸

S. Stephens

66

🇨🇿

K. Pliskova

645

🇷🇺

D. Shnaider

467

🇯🇵

N. Osaka (WC)

616

🇫🇷

D. Parry

164

🇨🇳

Q. Wang

02

🇺🇸

19

E. Navarro

66

🇷🇴

29

S. Cirstea

620

🇬🇧

S. Kartal (Q)

366

🇩🇪

E. Lys (Q)

24

🇫🇷

C. Burel

66

🇷🇸

O. Danilovic (LL)

51

🇷🇴

A. Todoni

76

🇺🇸

C. Dolehide

12

🇺🇸

2

C. Gauff

66

🇵🇱

1

I. Swiatek

66

🇭🇷

P. Martic

43

🇰🇿

Y. Putintseva

646

🇨🇿

27

K. Siniakova

062

🇫🇷

23

C. Garcia

634

🇺🇸

B. Pera

366

🇺🇦

D. Snigur (Q)

30

🇱🇻

13

J. Ostapenko

66

🇺🇸

11

D. Collins

66

🇭🇺

D. Galfi

34

🇨🇴

C. Osorio (RET)

🇧🇷

20

B. Haddad Maia

3

🇨🇿

31

B. Krejcikova

77

🇺🇸

K. Volynets (Q)

6665

🇪🇸

C. Bucsa

613

🇪🇸

J. Bouzas Maneiro

76

🇰🇿

4

E. Rybakina

636

🇩🇪

L. Siegemund

363

🇩🇰

C. Wozniacki (WC)

637

🇨🇦

30

L. Fernandez

265

🇷🇺

17

A. Kalinskaya

66

🇨🇿

M. Bouzkova

41

🇷🇺

E. Avanesyan

33

🇷🇺

15

L. Samsonova

66

🇹🇳

10

O. Jabeur

67

🇺🇸

R. Montgomery (Q)

15

🇩🇪

J. Niemeier

34

🇺🇦

21

E. Svitolina

66

🇬🇧

32

K. Boulter

6168

🇬🇧

H. Dart

46710

🇨🇳

X. Wang

6676

🇺🇸

5

J. Pegula

4791

🇳🇿

L. Sun (Q)

466

🇺🇦

Y. Starodubtseva (Q)

632

🇨🇳

L. Zhu

66

🇷🇺

25

A. Pavlyuchenkova

43

🇬🇧

E. Raducanu

66

🇧🇪

E. Mertens

12

🇳🇱

A. Rus

53

🇬🇷

9

M. Sakkari

76

🇷🇺

14

D. Kasatkina

66

🇬🇧

Y. Miyazaki (WC)

00

🇪🇸

P. Badosa

66

🇨🇿

B. Fruhvirtova

42

🇺🇦

28

D. Yastremska

36710

🇫🇷

V. Gracheva

6465

🇭🇷

D. Vekic

66

🇷🇺

E. Andreeva (LL)

23

🇮🇹

7

J. Paolini

76

🇧🇪

G. Minnen

652

🇨🇦

B. Andreescu

67

🇨🇿

26

L. Noskova

365

🇺🇦

18

M. Kostyuk

476

🇦🇺

D. Saville

6624

🇨🇳

Y. Wang

22

🇺🇸

12

M. Keys

66

🇺🇸

S. Stephens

11

🇷🇺

D. Shnaider

66

🇯🇵

N. Osaka (WC)

41

🇺🇸

19

E. Navarro

66

🇬🇧

S. Kartal (Q)

656

🇫🇷

C. Burel

373

🇷🇴

A. Todoni

21

🇺🇸

2

C. Gauff

66

🇵🇱

1

I. Swiatek

612

🇰🇿

Y. Putintseva

366

🇺🇸

B. Pera

13

🇱🇻

13

J. Ostapenko

6

🇺🇸

11

D. Collins

66

🇧🇷

20

B. Haddad Maia

44

🇨🇿

31

B. Krejcikova

64

🇪🇸

J. Bouzas Maneiro (RET)

03

🇰🇿

4

E. Rybakina

66

🇩🇰

C. Wozniacki

01

🇷🇺

17

A. Kalinskaya

76

🇷🇺

15

L. Samsonova

642

🇹🇳

10

O. Jabeur

164

🇺🇦

21

E. Svitolina

67

🇬🇧

H. Dart

653

🇨🇳

X. Wang

276

🇳🇿

L. Sun (Q)

778

🇨🇳

L. Zhu

6466

🇬🇧

E. Raducanu

66

🇬🇷

9

M. Sakkari

23

🇷🇺

14

D. Kasatkina

6664

🇪🇸

P. Badosa

7846

🇺🇦

28

D. Yastremska

6471

🇭🇷

D. Vekic

7636

🇮🇹

7

J. Paolini

76

🇨🇦

B. Andreescu

641

🇺🇦

18

M. Kostyuk

43

🇺🇸

12

M. Keys

66

🇷🇺

D. Shnaider

634

🇺🇸

19

E. Navarro

266

🇬🇧

S. Kartal (Q)

40

🇺🇸

2

C. Gauff

66

🇰🇿

Y. Putintseva

23

🇱🇻

13

J. Ostapenko

66

🇺🇸

11

D. Collins

53

🇨🇿

31

B. Krejcikova

76

🇰🇿

4

E. Rybakina

63

🇷🇺

17

A. Kalinskaya (RET)

30

🇺🇦

21

E. Svitolina

66

🇨🇳

X. Wang

21

🇳🇿

L. Sun (Q)

656

🇬🇧

E. Raducanu (WC)

272

🇪🇸

P. Badosa

264

🇭🇷

D. Vekic

616

🇮🇹

7

J. Paolini

6665

🇺🇸

12

M. Keys (RET)

3785

🇺🇸

19

E. Navarro

66

🇺🇸

2

C. Gauff

43

🇱🇻

13

J. Ostapenko

🇨🇿

31

B. Krejcikova

🇰🇿

4

E. Rybakina

🇺🇦

21

E. Svitolina

🇳🇿

L. Sun (Q)

🇭🇷

D. Vekic

🇮🇹

7

J. Paolini

🇺🇸

19

E. Navarro

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