Pperhaps the biggest feature of this year Wimbledon is that, in a way, it’s just an exhibition event, as no ranking points are offered.
performance in Wimbledon this year, of course, will still be financially rewarded, but the player’s efforts will not be compensated by ranking points in either the WTA or the ATP.
The reason for this lies in the reaction of the tournament to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. As a result of the war Wimbledon I decided ban all Russian and Belarusian players from competition.
The move prompted tennis’s governing bodies to strip this year’s competition of ranking points.
Other competitions recognized by the WTA and ATP did not take such drastic measures as Wimbledon and therefore were able to keep their points.
As with some other sports, previous WTA and ATP tournaments allowed Russian and Belarusian players to compete under a neutral flag. Wimbledon believe that their position is consistent with the policy of the British government.
Usually the winners Wimbledon will receive 2000 rating points.
Those who performed well at Wimbledon last year will be particularly hurt as they fail to defend those points.