99. (95) JAUME MUNAR (ESP) 593Barty continues to be chief and Garbiñe stays sixteenthAustralian tennis participant Ashleigh Barty continues for one more week at the head of the WTA world rating, adopted by Romanian Simona Halep and Czech Karolina Pliskova, in a classification during which the Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza stays in the sixteenth place it reached after being a finalist in the Australian Open on February 1.The Australian maintains a distinction of 506 factors over quantity two and continues to ship in a classification that presents sure adjustments in the prime ten. The Swiss Belinda Bencic climbs a place and locations fourth, snatching the web site to the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina, which falls to sixth place, leaving the Canadian Bianca Andreescu fifth between the two.On the different hand, the week has been destructive for the different three Spaniards in the world ‘Prime 100’. Canarian Carla Suarez goes down 4 steps to place 59, whereas Sara Sorribes from Castellón falls from place 78 to 80 and the Catalan Paula Badosa (93) loses a place.Classification of the WTA as of February 171. (1) Ashleigh Barty (AUS) 8,367 factors.2. (2) Simona Halep (RUM) 5,796.3. (3) Karolina Pliskova (RCH) 5,290.4. (5) Belinda Bencic (SUI) 4,720.5. (6) Bianca Andreescu (CAN) 4,665.6. (4) Elina Svitolina (UCR) 4,650.7. (7) Sofia Kenin (USA) 4,495.8. (8) Kiki Bertens (PBA) 4,335.9. (9) Serena Williams (USA) 3,915.10. (10) Naomi Osaka (JAP) 3,626.… / …16. (16) GARBIÑE MUGURUZA (ESP) 2,527.59. (55) CARLA SUAREZ (ESP) 994.80. (78) SARA SORRIBES (ESP) 767.93. (92) PAULA BADOSA (ESP) 698. Serbian tennis participant Novak Djokovic stays at the head of the ATP world rating forward of Spaniard Rafa Nadal, after per week with out adjustments in the prime 10 of the classification and during which the Swiss Stan Wawrinka falls three positions till the 19th and the Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime improves three, till the eighteenth, amongst the prime 20.Djokovic, who recovered primary after successful the Australian Open, the first ‘huge’ of the 2020 season, maintains a 325-point revenue over Nadal, identical margin as final week, and each have greater than 2,000 of benefit over Roger Federer, who closes the podium on the record.As well as, Spanish tennis retains a complete of ten gamers amongst the prime 100 on the planet, with Roberto Bautista sustaining his twelfth place, Pablo Carreño climbing three positions and inserting twenty-seventh and Albert Ramos rising from place 42 to 41.Classification of the ATP as of February 171. (1) Novak Djokovic (SRB) 9,720 factors.2. (2) RAFAEL NADAL (ESP) 9,395.3. (3) Roger Federer (SUI) 7.130.4. (4) Dominic Thiem (AUT) 7.045.5. (5) Daniil Medvedev (RUS) 5,890.6. (6) Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) 4.745.7. (7) Alexander Zverev (ALE) 3,885.8. (8) Matteo Berrettini (ITA) 2,860.9. (9) Gael Monfils (FRA) 2,860.10. (10) David Goffin (BEL) 2,600.… / …12. (12) ROBERTO BAUTISTA (ESP) 2.360.27. (30) PABLO CARREÑO (ESP) 1,500.41. (42) ALBERT RAMOS (ESP) 1,130.49. (47) FERNANDO VERDASCO (ESP) 1,000.53. (51) FELICIANO LOPEZ (ESP) 953.59. (58) PAUL ANDUJAR (ESP) 887.90. (89) ALEJANDRO DAVIDOVICH (ESP) 655.93. (88) ROBERTO CARBALLÉS (ESP) 639.
Following the award of 0 million in contracts for rehabilitation works in several communities in Region (Six East Berbice-Corentyne), Minister of State Joseph Harmon visited with community members and contractors in the selected areas to ensure that the community members are involved during the construction process.Minister of State Joseph Harmon with Chairman of the Lancaster/Hogstye NDC Forbes Moore (third from right) along with other members of the community during one of his visits to East Berbice-CorentyneAt High Dam, Caracas, West Canje, Berbice, residents expressed relief that the road in that area would finally be paved. However, several took the opportunity to air other concerns that needed to be addressed in the area, including the need for a recreational centre for children, the installation of street lights, and the alleviation of flooding that occurs in the area.Minister Harmon pledged to address matters of flooding as a priority as it affects residents’ livelihoods. He pledged that at a later date, efforts will be made to look into the installation of street lights, which he noted is a larger project – not just for a specific community – and paving other access roads to the area.Regarding the paving of the High Dam Road, which is a 453-metre stretch into the community, the Minister said that after consulting with the contractor, once the weather clears, the project should take a month to complete. He also noted that the entire project should be completed in two months.Minister Harmon then paid a visit to Lancaster, Middle Walk Dam and Liverpool to assess the work to be done. At those locations, some residents were primarily concerned with obtaining some form of employment from the work that would soon begin on the roads. Minister Harmon agreed that residents should have this benefit, stating that this was part of the reason for his visit.“It is important that the community is involved in what is happening here. And you should also ensure that people from the community are employed. I want to make sure that whatever work is done there is reflective of community involvement. These contracts were aimed to give a bit [of a] jumpstart to the communities so I hope the contractors will pay attention to that,” the Minister said.In response to the work being done, Chairman of the Lancaster/Hogstye Neighbourhood Democratic Council, Forbes Moore said the planned works are a great help to the community. He noted, however, that there were some other needs communicated to him, including the establishment of a farmers market, better drainage and irrigation and better garbage collection.Following these visits, Minister Harmon also visited the Independence Arch at Hogstye and met with more residents. Community visits were also scheduled at Second Street, 65 Village, Arjune Street, Hampshire and Koker Dam Fyrish North on Saturday.