At twenty-eight years old, time is running out for the Lithuanian who has been on tour since 2007 and has yet to win his first ATP Tour singles title. Berankis made it to two Tour finals in 2012 and 2017 but could not cross the finish line. He got to a career high of fifty in May of 2016 and currently is playing more on the Challenger Tour than of the main tour where he won three titles this season to give him enough ranking points to keep him in the top hundred. He will be looking to make a deep run at Roland Garros in hopes of significantly improving his rankings to avoid having to go through the qualifying rounds for the smaller tournaments later in the season.
|NAME||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANKING|
|Ricardas Berankis (LTU)||UP 25||70|
|Hugo Dellien (BOL)||UP 13||96|
|Bernard Tomic (AUS)||DOWN 12||85|
|Hubert Hurkacz (POL)||UP 11||41 CAREER HIGH|
|Kateryna Kozlova (UKR)||UP 19||66|
|Anna Karolina Schmiedlova (SVK)||UP 17||92|
|Stefanie Voegele (SUI)||UP 17||96|
|Timea Bacsinszky (SUI)||UP 13||95|
|Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS)||UP 12||89|
|Samantha Stosur (AUS)||DOWN 11||94|
ATP: John Isner fell out of the top ten and was replaced in the #10 spot by Marin Cilic. Alexander Zverev and Juan Martin del Potro each fell one spot to #5 and #9 respectively. Dominic Thiem and Kei Nishikori both moved up one spot to #4 and #6 respectively. Stefanos Tsitsipas moved up two spots to a career high ranking of #7; while Kevin Anderson fell two spots to #8.
WTA: the top ten members remained the same; however, there were quite a bit of shuffling around. Naomi Osaka remains at #1. Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber each moved up one spot to #2 and #3 respectively. Kiki Bertens moved up three spots to a career high ranking of #4. Petra Kvitova fell three spots to #5 and Karolina Pliskova fell two spots to #7.
SOURCE OF IMAGES: Zimbio.com (main image: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Europe – Ricardas Berankis)