The first movement in the rankings comes just outside the Top 10 as Belinda Bencic and Petra Kvitova swap places. The French Open 2021 Champion, Barbora Krejcikova is the mover of the week as she gains 18 places and is now the World No.15. Also, Roland Garros runner-up Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova moves up 13 places and his back into the Top 20.
Lorenzo Musetti reached the last 16 of the French Open 2021, and gained 15 spots in the ATP Rankings. The Italian climbed to number 61 in the world, and is expected to break into the top 50 soon. Cristian Garin moved up four places after reaching the fourth round of French Open. The Chilean is now ranked 19th in the world, whereas, Hubert ...
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Krejcikova is already at her highest ranking, and hence will be at her highest career rankings after French Open 2021. With their deep run in Paris, Pavlyuchenkova, and Krejcikova have already gone above the likes of Coco Gauff, Jessica Pegula, Angelique Kerber before the final. And the winner will go above Victoria Azarenka, Maria Sakkari, etc.
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