Anett Kontaveit is about to play against Xiyu Wang on Tuesday the 27th of September in Tallinn. Here is an update about her live rankings.
Anett Kontaveit is now ranked no.4 as the Estonian no.1 with 3860 points ahead of Kaia Kanepi who has 1433 points and is ranked no.32.
On the other part of the net, Xiyu Wang is now ranked no.58 with 958 points occupying the position of Chinese no.3 following Qinwen Zheng (world no.28) and Shuai Zhang who is world no.26.
She is 1 place down after losing 29 points to be the new world no.4. Her career-best rank was no.2.
Anett Kontaveit will not improve her live rankings if she defeats Wang in the 1st round. In fact, as of now the next player in line is Paula Badosa who has 3934 points. If Kontaveit wins, she will have 3860 points.
Kontaveit will have 685 points to defend in the next 4 weeks. She will drop 215 points on the 17th of October (BNP Paribas Open – Indian Wells) and 470 points on the 24th of October (Kremlin Cup – Moscow).
In her live rankings, out of 3831 points, Anett has gained 2320 points (61%) on Hard Court, 1221 points (32%) on Indoor and 290 points (8%) on Clay.
Year-to-date live rankings
In terms of live year-to-date rankings, Kontaveit is still ranked no.17 as the Estonian no.1.
H2H Anett Kontaveit vs. Xiyu Wang
Kontaveit and Wang have never played against each other so far on the main tour.
Anett Kontaveit in 2022
This season Anett achieved a compiled 25-14 record. Anett has won 1 title in St. Petersburg. The Estonian was the runner-up in Doha and in Hamburg.
Xiyu Wang in 2022
At present, during this year Xiyu owns a composed 38-21 record. Xiyu Wang’s most significant accomplishment of the current year was reaching the final in the W100 Palm Harbor, the W60 Charlottesville, the W100 Charleston and the Valencia.