Elise Mertens climbs in the Monday published WTA ranking from the fifteenth to the fourteenth place. That is the highest rating so far for the 22-year-old Limburg.
The Romanian Simona Halep remains the stand to plead. Also in the rest of the top 3 no changes. The Danish Caroline Wozniacki follows as the second, for the American Sloane Stephens. The German Angelique Kerber is the fourth, the Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia (+1) fifth.
Alison Van Uytvanck, after Mertens, the highest listed Belgian on the 37th place. She makes four places profit and was never higher. Kirsten Flipkens should be a spot back at number 48, Yanina Wickmayer two to 96. Ysaline Bonaventure rises one place to position 125. Maryna Zanevska (-3 to 161), Kimberley Zimmermann (-2 to 299), and Marie Benoit (-2 to 308) a few places to submit.
Goffin continues to eleventh
David Goffin continues on Monday published ATP ranking eleventh. At the top of the stand is still Rafael Nadal. The 32-year-old Spaniard wrote on Sunday-the ATP tournament of Toronto in his name.
The Swiss Roger Federer retains his second place, the Argentine Juan Martín del Potro rises a place to three. Alexander Zverev does the reverse and drops from three to four. The Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov remains status quo as the fifth.
Ruben Bemelmans is after Goffin the highest listed tennis-Belgian, with his 130th place. In so doing, the Observer is exactly the same as the previous ranking. Arthur De Greef are two places to submit and is 249e, Kimmer Coppejans is a jump of fourteen places to 283e. Steve Darcis, who for months on the side with a elleboogblessure, remains 295e.