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Rank Player Country Points WTA Race Earnings
1 Angelique Kerber Germany 7,515 812 $404,269
2 Serena Williams United States 7,130 2,030 $2,704,680
3 Karolina Pliskova Czech Republic 5,640 1,761 $938,351
4 Dominika Cibulkova Slovakia 5,160 776 $295,920
5 Simona Halep Romania 5,022 205 $106,459
6 Garbine Muguruza Spain 4,790 886 $525,889
7 Svetlana Kuznetsova Russia 4,555 1,145 $812,434
8 Agnieszka Radwanska Poland 4,345 606 $222,454
9 Madison Keys United States 4,007 -* $77,265
10 Elina Svitolina Ukraine 3,850 1,645 $786,440
11 Johanna Konta England 3,545 1,075 $518,110
12 Venus Williams United States 3,485 1,546 $1,511,485
13 Elena Vesnina Russia 3,320 1,392 $1,503,173
14 Caroline Wozniacki Denmark 3,225 1,395 $582,204
15 Petra Kvitova Czech Republic 3,095 -* -*
16 Timea Bacsinszky Switzerland 2,303 251 $192,779
17 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Russia 2,141 802 $533,047
18 Kristina Mladenovic France 2,080 1,156 $606,954
19 Samantha Stosur Australia 2,010 242 $153,253
20 Barbora Strycova Czech Republic 1,995 606 $345,900
21 Kiki Bertens Netherlands 1,960 -* $142,137
22 Coco Vandeweghe United States 1,878 846 $658,957
23 Caroline Garcia France 1,815 491 $278,647
24 Carla Suarez Navarro Spain 1,736 -* $82,833
25 Anastasija Sevastova Latvia 1,725 523 $272,917
26 Daria Gavrilova Australia 1,715 415 $241,016
27 Timea Babos Hungary 1,675 359 $190,650
28 Irina-Camelia Begu Romania 1,617 -* $154,390
29 Mirjana Lucic-Baroni Croatia 1,589 943 $680,244
30 Roberta Vinci Italy 1,535 332 $146,242
31 Ana Konjuh Croatia 1,527 505 $177,135
32 Yulia Putintseva Kazakhstan 1,525 497 $197,317
33 Shuai Zhang China 1,480 472 $151,078
34 Lauren Davis United States 1,447 725 $243,092
35 Ekaterina Makarova Russia 1,426 358 $381,052
36 Lucie Safarova Czech Republic 1,411 485 $428,635
37 Katerina Siniakova Czech Republic 1,383 386 $361,245
38 Alison Riske United States 1,370 380 $210,416
39 Laura Siegemund Germany 1,332 -* $109,306
40 Monica Puig Puerto Rico 1,300 457 $171,518
41 Lesia Tsurenko Ukraine 1,295 411 $109,130
42 Daria Kasatkina Russia 1,285 331 $145,927
43 Shuai Peng China 1,270 727 $380,017
44 Alize Cornet France 1,267 487 $183,951
45 Monica Niculescu Romania 1,255 256 $112,474
46 Christina McHale United States 1,245 395 $137,140
47 Julia Goerges Germany 1,150 385 $139,030
48 Victoria Azarenka Belarus 1,131 -* -*
49 Naomi Osaka Japan 1,113 255 $126,220
50 Yaroslava Shvedova Kazakhstan 1,090 -* $129,048
51 Misaki Doi Japan 1,050 196 $91,626
52 Kristyna Pliskova Czech Republic 1,042 329 $190,028
53 Viktorija Golubic Switzerland 995 -* $93,887
54 Jelena Jankovic Serbia 990 194 $152,317
55 Catherine Bellis United States 983 373 -*
56 Eugenie Bouchard Canada 965 327 $155,231
57 Pauline Parmentier France 958 242 $125,789
58 Qiang Wang China 949 393 $143,684
59 Oceane Dodin France 947 158 $81,151
60 Johanna Larsson Sweden 940 -* $80,202
61 Shelby Rogers United States 939 280 $122,270
62 Annika Beck Germany 925 176 $94,337
63 Louisa Chirico United States 922 -* $78,405
64 Jelena Ostapenko Latvia 905 337 $192,899
65 Sorana Cirstea Romania 877 297 $192,047
66 Ying-Ying Duan China 875 320 $132,211
67 Yanina Wickmayer Belgium 868 -* $77,672
68 Elise Mertens Belgium 839 418 $86,750
69 Sloane Stephens United States 837 -* -*
70 Tsvetana Pironkova Bulgaria 831 -* -*
71 Carina Witthoeft Germany 827 213 $83,914
72 Lara Arruabarrena Spain 818 -* $91,142
73 Magda Linette Poland 811 189 $86,742
74 Mandy Minella Luxembourg 804 270 $110,093
75 Camila Giorgi Italy 799 -* $96,968
76 Andrea Petkovic Germany 790 245 $128,955
77 Jennifer Brady United States 784 323 $179,189
78 Danka Kovinic Montenegro 784 -* $94,570
79 Evgeniya Rodina Russia 771 280 -*
80 Nao Hibino Japan 770 241 $83,797
81 Natalia Vikhlyantseva Russia 768 464 $104,621
82 Kristina Kucova Slovakia 758 -* -*
83 Varvara Lepchenko United States 750 192 $89,845
84 Maria Sakkari Greece 710 191 $109,656
85 Kirsten Flipkens Belgium 705 162 $93,021
86 Madison Brengle United States 685 162 $95,496
87 Risa Ozaki Japan 682 226 -*
88 Donna Vekic Croatia 675 238 $109,396
89 Mona Barthel Germany 671 446 $194,535
90 Irina Khromacheva Russia 665 171 -*
91 Ashleigh Barty Australia 664 532 $196,133
92 Vania King United States 651 -* $96,940
93 Ekaterina Alexandrova Russia 648 296 -*
94 Kateryna Bondarenko Ukraine 645 182 $121,272
95 Patricia Maria Tig Romania 636 -* -*
96 Irina Falconi United States 631 -* $90,304
97 Julia Boserup United States 628 220 -*
98 Su-Wei Hsieh Chinese Taipei 627 283 $80,968
99 Sara Sorribes Tormo Spain 626 159 -*
100 Saisai Zheng China 619 229 $98,891
101 Tatjana Maria Germany 617 285 -*
102 Sara Errani Italy 613 -* $112,317
103 Kurumi Nara Japan 607 -* -*
104 Mariana Duque-Marino Colombia 599 -* -*
105 Jana Cepelova Slovakia 593 -* -*
106 Cagla Buyukakcay Turkey 593 -* -*
107 Marina Erakovic New Zealand 577 -* -*
108 Heather Watson England 575 -* $97,205
109 Denisa Allertova Czech Republic 563 151 -*
110 Sabine Lisicki Germany 550 -* -*
111 Taylor Townsend United States 529 -* -*
112 Anett Kontaveit Estonia 529 173 -*
113 Kateryna Kozlova Ukraine 523 -* -*
114 Kai-Chen Chang Chinese Taipei 521 218 -*
115 Stefanie Voegele Switzerland 519 182 -*
116 Maryna Zanevska Belgium 515 -* -*
117 Rebecca Sramkova Slovakia 513 -* -*
118 Kai-Lin Zhang China 512 -* -*
119 Nicole Gibbs United States 508 154 $124,340
120 Aliaksandra Sasnovich Belarus 501 -* -*
121 Silvia Soler-Espinosa Spain 491 -* -*
122 Naomi Broady England 488 161 -*
123 Xinyun Han China 479 -* -*
124 Ana Bogdan Romania 478 -* -*
125 Aleksandra Krunic Serbia 468 -* -*
126 Yafan Wang China 466 -* -*
127 Nina Stojanovic Serbia 465 -* -*
128 Ons Jabeur Tunisia 464 291 -*
129 Grace Min United States 460 -* -*
130 Aryna Sabalenka Belarus 456 244 -*
131 Veronica Cepede Royg Paraguay 454 -* -*
132 Sachia Vickery United States 453 -* -*
133 Lin Zhu China 448 201 -*
134 Asia Muhammad United States 444 220 -*
135 Belinda Bencic Switzerland 437 -* $81,797
136 Anna Blinkova Russia 437 224 -*
137 Anna-Lena Friedsam Germany 432 -* -*
138 Alison Van Uytvanck Belgium 422 -* -*
139 Fangzhou Liu China 420 -* -*
140 Sabina Sharipova Uzbekistan 414 -* -*
141 Elitsa Kostova Bulgaria 412 -* -*
142 Tamara Zidansek Slovenia 412 225 -*
143 Karin Knapp Italy 408 -* -*
144 Dalila Jakupovic Slovenia 406 -* -*
145 Isabella Shinikova Bulgaria 402 -* -*
146 Su Jeong Jang South Korea 402 -* -*
147 Rebecca Peterson Sweden 401 -* -*
148 Francesca Schiavone Italy 399 -* -*
149 Tamara Korpatsch Germany 397 -* -*
150 Anna Kalinskaya Russia 396 -* -*
151 Ivana Jorovic Serbia 391 186 -*
152 Viktoriya Tomova Bulgaria 390 -* -*
153 Kayla Day United States 386 -* $84,592
154 Tara Moore England 377 -* -*
155 Misa Eguchi Japan 377 -* -*
156 Dalma Galfi Hungary 373 226 -*
157 Richel Hogenkamp Netherlands 366 -* -*
158 Bethanie Mattek-Sands United States 363 -* $355,655
159 Lucie Hradecka Czech Republic 362 -* $126,169
160 Samantha Crawford United States 358 151 -*
161 Ipek Soylu Turkey 356 -* -*
162 Barbora Stefkova Czech Republic 353 -* -*
163 Jamie Loeb United States 351 186 -*
164 Tereza Martincova Czech Republic 350 -* -*
165 Lesley Kerkhove Netherlands 350 173 -*
166 Beatriz Haddad Maia Brazil 341 -* -*
167 Alla Kudryavtseva Russia 337 -* -*
168 Cindy Burger Netherlands 336 -* -*
169 Nigina Abduraimova Uzbekistan 335 -* -*
170 Virginie Razzano France 334 -* -*
171 Quirine Lemoine Netherlands 330 161 -*
172 Polona Hercog Slovenia 326 -* -*
173 Tereza Smitkova Czech Republic 325 -* -*
174 Barbara Haas Austria 324 -* -*
175 Francoise Abanda Canada 323 -* -*
176 Viktoria Kuzmova Slovakia 319 -* -*
177 Anastasiya Komardina Russia 313 -* -*
178 Miyu Kato Japan 309 -* -*
179 Susanne Celik Sweden 306 -* -*
180 Amra Sadikovic Switzerland 300 -* -*
181 Hiroko Kuwata Japan 298 -* -*
182 Antonia Lottner Germany 297 -* -*
183 Arantxa Rus Netherlands 296 -* -*
184 Lizette Cabrera Australia 291 -* -*
185 Jessica Pegula United States 288 -* -*
186 Olga Govortsova Belarus 287 -* -*
187 Paula Cristina Goncalves Brazil 287 -* -*
188 Ksenia Lykina Russia 287 -* -*
189 Teliana Pereira Brazil 286 -* -*
190 Anastasia Pivovarova Russia 282 -* -*
191 Eri Hozumi Japan 281 -* $100,467
192 Lina Gjorcheska Macedonia 279 -* -*
193 Akiko Omae Japan 277 -* -*
194 Na-Lae Han South Korea 273 -* -*
195 Nadia Podoroska Argentina 272 -* -*
196 Montserrat Gonzalez Paraguay 271 -* -*
197 Victoria Kamenskaya Russia 270 -* -*
198 Luksika Kumkhum Thailand 269 -* -*
199 Arina Rodionova Australia 269 -* -*
200 Veronika Kudermetova Russia 265 -* -*
* Not in top 200 for this category
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