Bia expected to be head 14 in Melbourne, Iga leads

Bia expected to be head 14 in Melbourne, Iga leads

For the 3rd consecutive Grand Slam, Beatriz Haddad Maia will be amongst the front runners. The country’s No. 1 and also No. 15 on the planet is set to be seeded No. 14 at the Australian Open as No. 12 Simona Halep is put on hold from the tour. The ranking launched this Monday by the WTA will serve as the basis for the definition of the list of essential seeds in Melbourne. The secret will be drawn on Thursday, at a time to be defined.

World ranking leader as well as three Grand Slam victor, Iga Swiatek will be the primary favorite in Australia. In this way, the two will just encounter each various other in a possible final, as has actually currently taken place at the US Open.

The North American Jessica Pegula and also the French Caroline Garcia are the 4th and 3rd seeds. They would certainly likewise just fulfill in the title decision, as well as might go across paths with Swiatek or Jabeur in the semifinals.

The seeds between 5 and also 8 are Aryna Sabalenka, Maria Sakkari, Coco Gauff and Daria. They might fulfill the leading 4 in the rankings in the quarterfinals.

After that follow the heads in between 9 and 16. Veronika Kudermetova, Madison Keys, Paula Badosa and also Belinda Bencic can battle with someone between 5 and also 8 in the round of 16. On the other hand, Bia, in addition to Danielle Collins, Petra Kvitova or Anett Kontaveit would face somebody in the top 4.

The seeds between 17 and 24 can encounter a person in between 9 and 16 in the third round. In this group are Grand Slam champs such as Jelena Ostapenko, Barbora Krejcikova and Victoria Azarenka and Elena Rybakina. Already the seeds in between 25 and 32 would certainly go across paths with the leading 8 in the 3rd phase. Among the names are previous world number 1 Karolina Pliskova, along with Elise Mertens and appealing Chinese Qinwen Zheng.

Check out the provisional list of seeds in Australia.

1. Iga Swiatek
2. Ons Jabeur
3. Jessica Pegula
4. Caroline Garcia
5. Aryna Sabalenka
6. Maria Sakkari
7. Coco Gauff
8. Daria Kasatkina
9. Veronika Kudermetova
10. Madison Keys
11. Paula Badosa
12. Belinda Bencic
13. Danielle Collins
14. Beatriz Haddad Maia
15. Petra Kvitova
16. Anett Kontaveit
17. Jelena Ostapenko
18. Liudmila Samsonova
19. Ekaterina Alexandrova
20. Barbora Krejcikova
21. Martina Trevisan
22. Elena Rybakina
23. Shuai Zhang
24. Victoria Azarenka
25. Marie Bouzkova
26. Elise Mertens
27. Irina-Camelia Begu
28. Amanda Anisimova
29. Qinwen Zheng
30. Karolina Pliskova
31. Kaia Kanepi
32. Jil Teichmann

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