Vasek Pospisil is our mover of the week. He won the Busan Open Challenger in South Korea over the weekend and did so without dropping a set. This victory has propelled him back into the top one hundred. Once ranked as high as number twenty-five, Pospisil has suffered the indignity of falling out of the top 100. For the last ten months he has been battling niggling injuries and low confidence and working hard to regain his top form. With Roland Garros less than a week away, many are working hard in preparation; however, quite a few will not play at Roland Garros in order to get some much-needed rest and recovery. Apparently, Pospisil, like Roger Federer has opted to pass on Roland Garros this year.
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Vasek Pospisil (CAN)||UP 24||82|
|Steve Darcis (BEL)||UP 12||38|
|Dudi Sela (ISR)||UP 12||100|
|Anett Kontaveit (EST)||UP 16||52|
|Marketa Vondrousova (CZE)||UP 15||94 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Mona Barthel (GER)||UP 13||47|
|Catherine Bellis (USA)||UP 7||46 (CAREER HIGH)|
ATP Tour: the top nine members remained the same and maintained their exact positions from last week. Alexander Zverev cracks the top ten for the first time, displacing David Goffin, at #10.
WTA Tour: the top four members remained the same and maintained their exact positions from the previous week. Caroline Wozniacki fell out of the top ten; she was replaced by Elina Svitolina, who jumped up the rankings to #6. The remaining members are the same but now have different positions.
SPECIAL MENTION: Our spotlight player, Alexander Zverev, is at a new career high at #10. CONGRATULATIONS!
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