The mover of the week is Mona Barthel. Barthel has been affected by injury like so many other tennis players and her ranking fell out of the top 100. The road back after injury is always difficult, some weeks you play well and some weeks you just cannot find you game and your ranking is further affected with every poor result. She had not made it to a final since 2015 and winning the Prague Open title over the weekend has helped her ranking and will certainly give her a much needed boost of confidence going into the second Major of the season.
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Thiago Monteiro (BRA)||DOWN 19||100|
|Taro Daniel (JPN)||UP 15||98|
|Hyeon Chung (KOR)||UP 12||66|
|Kyle Edmund (GBR)||DOWN 12||53|
|Adam Pavlasek (CZE)||UP 11||95|
|Denis Istomin (UZB)||DOWN 11||85|
|Nicolas Almagro (ESP)||UP 10||76|
|Mona Barthel (GER)||UP 26||56|
|Francesca Schiavone (ITA)||UP 23||77|
|Sorana Cirstea (ROU)||DOWN 19||83|
|Magda Linette (POL)||DOWN 17||97|
|Sara Errani (ITA)||UP 12||90|
|Jennifer Brady (USA)||DOWN 11||87|
|Madison Brengle (USA)||UP 10||81|
|Kristyna Pliskova (CZE)||UP 10||48|
ATP Tour: the top ten members remained the same; however, Marin Cilic moved up one to #7 and Kei Nishikori moved down one to #8.
WTA Tour: there was some shuffling amongst the top ten. Madison Keys fell to #13; Elina Svitolina is back in at #10; Simona Halep fell to #8; Garbine Muguruza moved up to #4; Johanna Konta and Agnieszka Radwanska both moved up one to #6 and #7 respectively; and the five remaining members maintained their exact positions from the previous week.
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