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There are four British women in the top 100 of the WTA singles rankings after Laura Robson joined Heather Watson, Anne Keothavong and Elena Baltacha on Monday.
Today marks the first time there have been four British women amongst the top 100 players in the world in over 21 years, since March 12th 1991.
Heather Watson, who won her first WTA title by scooping the doubles in Stanford this weekend, is the British No.1 at world No.71, closely followed by Anne Keothavong at 76.
Laura Robson, who reached the singles semi-finals at the WTA International in Palermo, Italy this weekend, is at a career high of 91 in the singles rankings with Elena Baltacha completing the quartet at 100.
There are also eight British men ranked inside the top 100 of the ATP doubles rankings, with four in the top 40, including Wimbledon champion Jonny Marray at 22.