I am mantaining a Wordpress site developed with a third party theme that has a custom post type called "team-members". We are using that post type to add info about the guests featured in our event (the site is to promote an event, obviously); hence, we have used a plugin to change all the permalinks of that category from "/team-members/" to "/guests/".
Now I am using Yoast SEO to generate the XML sitemap, and when I open it I see the following XML sitemaps linked in it:
/post-sitemap.xml /page-sitemap.xml /team-members-sitemap.xml
And in turn, if I open "team-members-sitemap.xml", I get URLs such as:
/team-members/ /guests/guest_a/ /guests/guest_B/ /guests/guest_D/
(These URLs have been rewritten, as mentioned, by using another plugin).
So now, my question is: does Google take into account the sitemap's name for any kind of SEO purposes? In other words, the fact that the linked sitemap within the main one is called "team-members-sitemap.xml" instead of "guests-sitemap.xml"... does it matter?