Aryna Sabalenka is about to play against Kaia Kanepi on Friday the 2nd of September at the U.S. Open. Here is an update about her live rankings.
Aryna Sabalenka is now ranked no.6 positioned as Belarussian no.1 with 3470 points ahead of Victoria Azarenka who has 1841 points and is ranked no.26.
On the other side, Kaia Kanepi is at present ranked no.34 with 1433 points positioned as Estonian no.2 behind Anett Kontaveit who is her compatriot no.1 with 4360 points ranked no.2.
She is 3 places down after losing 710 points to be the new world no.9. Her career-best rank was no.2.
Aryna Sabalenka will not improve her live rankings if she defeats Kanepi in the 2nd round. In fact, as of now the next player in line is Darya Kasatkina who has 2895 points. If Sabalenka wins, she will have 2820 points.
Sabalenka will have no points to defend in the next 4 weeks.
In her live rankings, out of 2760 points, Aryna has gained 1630 points (59%) on Hard Court, 850 points (31%) on Clay, 180 points (7%) on Grass and 100 points (4%) on Indoor.
Year-to-date live rankings
In terms of live year-to-date rankings, Sabalenka is still ranked no.12 as the Belarussian no.1.
H2H Aryna Sabalenka vs. Kaia Kanepi
Sabalenka and Kanepi played each other twice. The head to head is 0-2 for Kanepi.
The last time that they played each other it was at the Australian Open (Australian Open) when Kanepi won 5-7 6-2 7-6(7). The prediction is Kanepi to win in 3 sets.
Highlights Kaia Kanepi vs Aryna Sabalenka – Australian Open 24-January-2022
Kanepi at the U.S. Open, ranking, and results in 2022
Ranked no.34, Kaia owns a composed 26-14 record in 2022. The Estonian is playing at the U.S. Open where she toppled Tereza Martincova 7-64 6-3.
Kanepi was the finalist in Washington (Citi Open).
Kaia won 4 titles in her career: 1 on hard courts and 3 on clay courts. (See the list of her titles)
Sabalenka at the U.S. Open, ranking, and results in 2022
Currently ranked no.6, the Belarussian achieved an overall 25-17 match record in 2022. Aryna is currently competing at the U.S. Open where she bested Catherine Harrison 6-1 6-3.
The Belarussian reached the final in Stuttgart (Porsche Tennis Grand Prix) and in Hertogenbosch (‘s).
Aryna won 10 titles in her career: 7 on hard courts, 1 on clay courts and 2 on indoor courts. (See the list of her titles)