The mover of the week honors go to, Thomaz Bellucci, who fell thirty-three spots to number 100. Since making the Ecuador Open final in February, 2016, Bellucci has been plagued by a slew of first and second round losses. He has also not made it out of the qualifying rounds at a few tournaments. The twenty-nine year old Brazilian is struggling to find his form at the moment, usually a sign of low confidence, which is not surprising if you are not winning like you used to. Unfortunately for him, his 2017 season has started off just as poorly, he lost in the first round of the two tournaments he entered. He will have to re-think his plan of attack and make some changes before much longer. If he does not begin to get some positive results soon, he will fall out of the top one-hundred very shortly..
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Thomaz Bellucci (BRA)||DOWN 33||100|
|Dustin Brown (GER)||DOWN 20||84|
|Ryan Harrison (USA)||UP 16||62|
|Taylor Fritz (USA)||UP 15||83|
|Natalia Vikhlyantseva (RUS)||UP 26||89 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Kristina Mladenovic (FRA)||UP 20||31|
|Mandy Minella (LUX)||UP 15||78|
|Shuai Peng (CHN)||UP 12||59|
ATP & WTA Tours: the top ten members remained the same and maintained their exact positions from the previous week.
SPECIAL MENTION: Jack Sock is still the current number one American male player at #19.
Our spotlight player, Alexander Zverev, is still the youngest player (male or female) in the top 25 at #21 (one spot off his career high ranking of 20).
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