Muguruza’s victory will push her up to fifth in the WTA Rankings when they are published Monday.
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Newly crowned Wimbledon women's champion Garbine Muguruza says she would rather be ranked 10th in the world and win more Grand Slams than focus on reaching the top of the rankings.Muguruza beat five-time champion Venus Williams in straight sets Saturday to win her second major tournament after her triumph at the French Open in 2016 . Czech Karolina Pliskova, who went out in the second round at Wimbledon, will take over from German Angelique Kerber in the top spot in the new rankings.Muguruza says the points and calculations are far from her mind and it is the big events such as Wimbledon and next month's U.S. Open that fire her up.
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