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Eala reaches career-best WTA ranking


Alex Eala final breaches the Top 200 of the Women’s Tennis Associarion after reaching No. 195.

Eala, 18, made a big jump from No. 217 after winning the W25 Roehampton women’s singles and making it to the final of the W25 Aldershot in England this month.

The graduate of the world-famous Rafael Nadal Academy is expected to join tounaments in Asia to prepare for the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China from 23 September to 8 October.

With her decision to represent the country in the Asiad this year, Eala will be skipping this year’s US Open.

    Alex Eala has now reached her highest-ever ranking in the WTA at No. 195. Photograph courtesy of Alex Eala/FB.
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