After the first exciting week of the season, we have some minor movements in the rankings.
Grigor has finally won his first tournaments since more than two years in Brisbane after defeating three top10. This title allowed the Bulgarian to climb two places and be ranked no.15. The top10 is his immediate target
King Roger has decided to stage his comeback in Perth instead of defending his points in Brisbane where he has reached the final last year. This made Roger lose one place in the rankings (no.17).
Gael didn’t play last week, but Cilic lost the points he gained last year after he reached the quarters in Brisbane. For this reason, Gael overtook Marin as the new world no.6. A long way to go before catching Nishikori (no.5)
The 20-year-old from Russia is the one that gained the most in the top100 after reaching the final in Chennai. Daniil has climbed 34 places to be the new world no. 65 (career high).
Here the top30.