Juan Monaco accomplished what he wanted over the weekend and his reward is that he is back in the top one hundred. Monaco has been battling numerous injuries late in his career and was sidelined last year due to wrist surgery. Things looked pretty daunting for him as Jack Sock came out playing hard and fast, aggressively destroying anything Monaco sent his way. Monaco looked helpless and lost the first set 6-3. A well-timed medical timeout for his back injury came to his rescue. The momentum shifted completely to Monaco and he quickly won the second set. Sock tried to mount a comeback but it was a little too late to do much damage. Monaco won his 9th career singles title with the 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 defeat of American, Jack Sock.
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Juan Monaco (ARG)||UP 62||86|
|Daniel Munoz de la Nava (ESP)||DOWN 21||96|
|Malek Jaziri (TUN)||UP 20||74|
|Dudi Sela (ISR)||DOWN 15||75|
|Damir Dzumhur (BIH)||DOWN 12||99|
|Federico Delbonis (ARG)||UP 11||36|
|Fernando Verdasco (ESP)||DOWN 11||88|
|Taylor Fritz (USA)||UP 10||69|
|Elena Vesnina (RUS)||UP 34||51|
|Dominika Cibulkova (SVK)||UP 15||38|
|Alison Van Uytvanck (BEL)||DOWN 14||70|
|Danka Kovinic (MNE)||DOWN 12||50|
|Francesca Schiavone (ITA)||UP 11||90|
The top 10 members remained the same and maintained their exact position on the ATP Tour.
The top 10 members on the WTA Tour remained the same; however, the number two and three ranked players traded position.