Borna Coric’s impressive run at the Mutua Madrid Open earned him the mover of the week honors. He defeated the number one ranked player, Andy Murray, before he was stopped in the quarterfinals by Dominic Thiem. Coric is slowly but surely working his way back up the rankings after knee surgery derailed him last year. He won his first career title earlier this year and hopes that his continued hard work will result in further increases in his ranking as the season progresses. He is definitely growing in confidence and that can only bode well for him at the second Major of the season, Roland Garros.
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Borna Coric (CRO)||UP 18||41|
|Marius Copil (ROU)||UP 14||90 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Frances Tiafoe (USA)||UP 14||65 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Rogerio Dutra Silva (BRA)||DOWN 13||84|
|Karen Khachanov (RUS)||DOWN 12||54|
|Joao Sousa (POR)||DOWN 10||51|
|Sorana Cirstea (ROU)||UP 16||67|
|Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA)||UP 15||100 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Christina McHale (USA)||DOWN 13||58|
ATP Tour: the top ten members remained the same; however, Rafael Nadal moved up one spot to #4 and Roger Federer fell one spot to #5. Dominic Thiem moved up two spots to #7. Marin Cilic and Kei Nishikori both fell one spot to #8 and #9 respectively.
WTA Tour: The top ten members remained the same with one exception; Elina Svitolina fell out of the top ten and was replaced by Caroline Wozniacki at the #10 spot. Simona Halep moved up four spots to #4; Garbine Muguruza fell three spots to #7; Svetlana Kuznetsova moved up one spot to #8; Agnieszka Radwanska fell two spots to #9; and Angelique Kerber is back at #1.
SPECIAL MENTION: Our spotlight player, Alexander “Sascha” Zverev, is at a career high of #17.
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