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NUMBER NAME RANK - NATIONALITY:

1. Karolina Pliskova 3 CZE
2. Dominika Cibulkova 5 SVK
3. Johanna Konta 6 GBR
4. Garbiñe Muguruza 7 ESP
5. Svetlana Kuznetsova8 RUS
6. Agnieszka Radwanska 9 POL
7. Caroline Wozniacki 10 DEN
8. Kristina Mladenovic 14 FRA
9. Elena Vesnina 15 RUS
10. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 17 RUS
11. Coco Vandeweghe 19 USA
12. Kiki Bertens 20 NED
13. Barbora Strycova 21 CZE
14. Mirjana Lucic-Baroni 22 CRO
15. Carla Suarez Navarro 23 ESP
16. Samantha Stosur 25 AUS (Out injured...)
17. Daria Kasatkina 26 RUS
18. Ana Konjuh 28 CRO
19. Yulia Putintseva 29 KAZ
20. Shuai Zhang 31 CHN
21. Daria Gavrilova 33 AUS
22. Timea Bacsinszky 34 SUI
23. Timea Babos 35 HUN
24. Alison Riske 36 USA
25. Katerina Siniakova 37 CZE
26. Lucie Safarova 38 CZE (Out injured...)
27. Shuai Peng 39 CHN
28. Monica Puig 40 PUR
29. Lesia Tsurenko 41 UKR
30. Alize Cornet 42 FRA
31. Ekaterina Makarova 43 RUS
32. Julia Goerges 45 GER
33. Kristyna Pliskova 46 CZE
34. Yaroslava Shvedova 47 KAZ (Out injured...)
35. Monica Niculescu 48 ROU
36. Naomi Osaka 49 JPN
37. Jelena Ostapenko 50 LAT
38. Eugenie Bouchard 52 CAN
39. wc-Angelique Kerber 1 GER
40. wc-Simona Halep ROU
 

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Wow! Just realized Kris is entered at 3 grass court tournaments pre-Wimbledon: Mallorca, Ricoh Open, and here. Really think she is going to be top 30 by Wimbledon. Exciting to see!!
 

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I can see an Ostapenko vs Wozniacki Round 1 coming!
 

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More likely not before QF - both of them probably will be seeds 5-8.
I forgot Wozniacki was ranked something like 80 last year this time, that's why she drew a Top 16 player I R1...
 

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Stosur has withdrawn. Turns out she didn't just have torn muscle in her hand in her match vs Ostapenko, but fractured hand. Bones take long to heal so doubt she will make Wimbledon either. First GS missed out of last 37. The article talks about being ready for US Open.
 

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Stosur has withdrawn. Turns out she didn't just have torn muscle in her hand in her match vs Ostapenko, but fractured hand. Bones take long to heal so doubt she will make Wimbledon either. First GS missed out of last 37. The article talks about being ready for US Open.
:sad: That's so disappointing. Still, it's better she takes the time to recover fully. Hopefully she'll be fit for the hard courts, and come back to Eastbourne next year. I like seeing her guns in person :grin2:
 

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:sad: That's so disappointing. Still, it's better she takes the time to recover fully. Hopefully she'll be fit for the hard courts, and come back to Eastbourne next year. I like seeing her guns in person :grin2:
With broken bones you have no choice but to follow Doctors orders. Usually 6 weeks to heal. At least it is clearer and less tempting to play while injured, as she did for 8 months with her shoulder injury recently The silver lining is with fractured bones she has a definitive period and HAS to rest. Too bad you will miss the guns, but at least she has time to recover and the guns will be out Eastbourne 2018 I'm sure :yeah:
 

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With broken bones you have no choice but to follow Doctors orders. Usually 6 weeks to heal. At least it is clearer and less tempting to play while injured, as she did for 8 months with her shoulder injury recently The silver lining is with fractured bones she has a definitive period and HAS to rest. Too bad you will miss the guns, but at least she has time to recover and the guns will be out Eastbourne 2018 I'm sure :yeah:
I hope so :lol: Such a pain it happened just as she had found some good form but hopefully she'll come back with renewed vigour. At least we all know she's still able to play at a high level after her run on the clay.
 

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I hope so :lol: Such a pain it happened just as she had found some good form but hopefully she'll come back with renewed vigour. At least we all know she's still able to play at a high level after her run on the clay.
Those two key points are exactly my thoughts too. It's sad, but encouraging for the future.
 

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WOMEN

NUMBER NAME RANK - NATIONALITY:

1. Karolina Pliskova 3 CZE
2. Dominika Cibulkova 5 SVK
3. Johanna Konta 6 GBR
4. Garbiñe Muguruza 7 ESP
5. Svetlana Kuznetsova8 RUS
6. Agnieszka Radwanska 9 POL
7. Caroline Wozniacki 10 DEN
8. Kristina Mladenovic 14 FRA
9. Elena Vesnina 15 RUS
10. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 17 RUS
11. Coco Vandeweghe 19 USA
12. Kiki Bertens 20 NED
13. Barbora Strycova 21 CZE
14. Mirjana Lucic-Baroni 22 CRO
15. Carla Suarez Navarro 23 ESP
16. Samantha Stosur 25 AUS
17. Daria Kasatkina 26 RUS
18. Ana Konjuh 28 CRO
19. Yulia Putintseva 29 KAZ
20. Shuai Zhang 31 CHN
21. Daria Gavrilova 33 AUS
22. Timea Bacsinszky 34 SUI
23. Timea Babos 35 HUN
24. Alison Riske 36 USA
25. Katerina Siniakova 37 CZE
26. Lucie Safarova 38 CZE
27. Shuai Peng 39 CHN
28. Monica Puig 40 PUR
29. Lesia Tsurenko 41 UKR
30. Alize Cornet 42 FRA
31. Ekaterina Makarova 43 RUS
32. Julia Goerges 45 GER
33. Kristyna Pliskova 46 CZE
34. Yaroslava Shvedova 47 KAZ
35. Monica Niculescu 48 ROU
36. Naomi Osaka 49 JPN
37. Jelena Ostapenko 50 LAT
Bouchard is in for Stosur
 

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The question now is, can she play in Bastad?
It doesn't look like it :sad: Her broken hand has a 9-10 week healing period, so looks like she will only be ready by US Open. Even then, she would have to do physio to strengthen the hand again. She has been an iron woman though, so maybe she will defy the usual human healing period for broken bones.
 
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