On Monday, Quebecian Félix Auger-Aliassime climbed one place in the newly released ATP rankings and is now ranked 21st in the world.
The winner of the Marbella Championship, Spaniard Pablo Carreño Busta, ranked 12th in the ATP rankings, still dominated by Donovak Djokovic, and improved by 3 places.
The 29-year-old Carreño Busta won the highest ranking in two and a half years, thanks to his fifth title on Sunday. The former No. 10 Gijon, especially in the semifinals of the US Open, benefited from Djokovic’s disqualification in the 16th round.
Another winner of the weekend, this time in Cagliari, the Italian Lorenzo Sonego jumped 6 places to 28th, the highest of the 25-year-old Turinese Ranking.
In the final, Serbia’s Laslo Djere was his opponent, thanks to his eight places, marking his return to the top 50 (49th).
Australian Asleigh Barty still easily occupied the first place in the WTA ranking announced on Monday, with Japanese runner-up Naomi Osaka leading by 1,300 points.
In the top 20, there is only one notable change: Cetra Petra Kvitova (Cetra Petra Kvitova) ranks tenth, while Kiki Bertens (Kiki Bertens) of the Netherlands died.
Russian Veronika Kudermetova, who won her first WTA championship at the clay court championship in Charleston, South Carolina on Sunday, rose 9 places to 29th in the world.
The best result of entering the top 100 is attributed to Danka Kovinic, who was defeated by Kudemertova in the final in Charleston: Montenegro is currently ranked 65th in the world, up 26 places.
Canadian Bianca Andreescu (Bianca Andreescu) still ranks sixth in the world. Quebecers Leylah Annie Fernandez and Eugenie Bouchard ranked 72 and 119 respectively.