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Ashleigh Barty usurps the world No.1 of Naomi Osaka

Ashleigh Barty usurps the world No.1 of Naomi Osaka

The reigning champion of Roland Garros - Ashleigh Barty has made history when she became the first Australian female player to become the world's number one, since Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1976.

Beating Julia Goerges after 2 sets 6-3, 7-5 in the final at Birmingham Classic over the weekend, Ashleigh Barty has scored the sixth WTA title in his career. Her victory also ended 21 weeks in the world No. 1 by Naomi Osaka.

Ashleigh Barty became the 27th player in the world of women's tennis history to top the WTA rankings. After the first Grand Slam milestone in Roland Garros last month, the Australian player continued to reap success.

The Birmingham Classic championship led Ashleigh Barty to extend his 12 consecutive victories and become the first player to win three WTA titles this season. Earlier, the first WTA Premier tournaments Mandatory titler in Miami in March helped her to make the top 10 in the world for the first time.

Just three years ago, Ashleigh Barty was still at the 623 position on the WTA rankings, but now he is at the peak.

Not only in the women's singles, the 23-year-old is also very successful when playing double. Ashleigh Barty and teammate CoCo Vandeweghe won the US Open and Miami Open titles last season. That victory is 2 of the total of 10 WTA titles her double.