The tournaments in Basel and Valencia didn’t change anything in the top 10, but they helped a couple of interesting players to reach a career high.

Janowicz

Jerzy didn’t really shine in Valencia, but reaching the quarters (defeated by Ferrer) helped him to reach a career high world no.14.

Pospisil

Vasek had a really good tournament in Basel to reach the semifinal and to force Roger Federer to a tricky 3 setter. This week helped the young Canadian to climb 8 places and be ranked world no.32.

Youzhny

Mikhail has now won his 10th career title in Valencia to leapfrog 6 places and been ranked world no.15.

The biggest gainer: Nedovesov

The 26 years old for Ukraine won the challenger in Kazan to gain 22 places and just break in the top 100 (now ranked 99, career high).

The biggest loser: Dolgopolov

Alexandr’s rankings are going down and down. Dolgopolov lost to Dimitrov in the 2nd round in Basel to lose a wealth of points (last year he reached the final in Valencia) and crash down to be ranked world no.59

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