Dudi Sela was the mover of this week. He is up 24 spots after acquiring points by winning big on the ATP Challenger Tour. He’s played five Challenger events this year and has been to the semi-finals or better in four of them. Unfortunately in his four ATP Tour tournaments this year he has not been able to get past the round of 32. With the passage of time it is getting harder and harder to compete at the level required to go far in the draw on the ATP Tour; however, his love of the game keeps him fighting on the Challenger Tour to keep his ranking up and give himself a better chance of getting into the coveted main draw without going through qualifying rounds.
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Dudi Sela (ISR)||UP 24||60|
|Horacio Zeballos (ARG)||UP 22||90|
|Evgeny Donskoy (RUS)||UP 15||67|
|Thomas Fabbiano (ITA)||UP 12||98|
|Fernando Verdasco (ESP)||DOWN 12||77|
|Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)||UP 11||96|
|Adrian Mannarino (FRA)||DOWN 10||74|
|Olga Govortsova (BLR)||DOWN 15||99|
|Sabine Lisicki (GER)||DOWN 14||51|
|Heather Watson (GBR)||UP 14||55|
|Kristyna Pliskova (CZE)||UP 13||88|
|Kiki Bertens (NED)||UP 12||96|
|Johanna Larsson (SWE)||DOWN 12||69|
|Zarina Diyas (KAZ)||UP 11||86|
|Elena Vesnina (RUS)||UP 11||85|
|Timea Babos (HUN)||UP 10||39|
The top 10 members of the ATP Tour remained the same and maintained their exact position from last three weeks.
There were some interesting changes amongst the top 10 players on the WTA Tour. Carla Suarez Navarro fell out of the top ten and Maria Sharapova is back in at number 9. The remaining members are the same with some minor changes in their position.