Andrey Rublev Cracks The Top Fifty

Andrey Rublev cracks the top fifty

WEEK: 07.24.2017 The mover of the week honors go to the Russian teenager, Andrey Rublev.  Rublev turned professional in 2014 and three years later he has won his first career singles title at the age of nineteen.  He beat three top-tier clay-court specialists to accomplish that feat.  He out hit his opponents and completely outplayed…

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Rybarikova’s Ranking Soars After Wimbledon

Rybarikova's return of a ball at Wimbledon

WEEK: 07.17.2017 Magdalena Rybarikova rockets up the rankings with her impressive semifinal run at Wimbledon; she is now two places shy of her career high of thirty-one, which was achieved in 2013.  Injuries have interrupted Rybarikova’s career.  Her last tournament in 2016 was Wimbledon and she just returned to the Tour in February after having knee…

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Tipsarevic Climbs The Rankings

WEEK: 04.24.2017 The mover of the week is Janko Tipsarevic.  It has been a slow climb back up the rankings after injury derailed his career. He was off the Tour from the end of the 2013 season until April of the 2015 season.  He won a Challenger tournament over the weekend to gain some much…

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Coric Joins First Title Club

WEEK: 04.17.2017 The mover of the week is Borna Coric.  After an impressive start to his career, he was derailed by knee injury that required surgery and saw his ranking drop drastically.  Since his return he has been struggling to regain the confidence and the game that he had that impressed so many before his…

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Ashleigh Barty’s Return Bears Fruit

WEEK: 03.06.2017 Australian, Ashleigh Barty, is the mover of the week.  She won her first career WTA singles title at the ALYA WTA Malaysian Open on Sunday.  Once considered Australia’s most talented female tennis player and on the tour since age 13, she decided to take an indefinite break after the 2014 US Open (speculation…

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