Ostapenko Zooms Up The Rankings

WEEK: 06.12.2017 The second Major (Roland Garros) of the year has come to an end and there were many significant changes in the rankings on both the ATP and WTA Tours.  The new female French Open Champion, Jelena Ostapenko, gets the mover of the week honors; she jumped 35 spots to a career high of…

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Kuznetsov Hopes To Ride Momentum

WEEK: 05.29.2017 An impressive run to the semifinals of the Geneva Open has given Kuznetsov some much needed ranking points.  This makes Andrey Kuznetsov the mover of the week. He will look to build on this momentum at Roland Garros; however, his first round opponent is the number one ranked player, Andy Murray.  Despite the…

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Vasek Pospisil Returns To The Top 100

WEEK: 05.22.2017 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…

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Coric Leaps Up The Rankings

WEEK: 05.15.2017 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…

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Barthel’s Ranking Gets A Boost

WEEK: 05.08.2017 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…

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