WTA Tour Rankings – as of March 23, 2015

After two weeks of intense tennis, no change in the top 10.

Genie Bouchard could have jumped to No. 6 or even possibly No. 5, had she been able to maximize her open draw this week. But she remains at No. 7, just 119 points behind Ivanovic.

HEATING UP

Jankovic, Jelena  (SRB): No. 21 ———–> No. 17 (a nice move with the final appearance)

Muguruza, Garbiñe  (ESP): No. 22 ———–> No. 19 (Don’t even remember her BEING at IW, but she was, even if she only won one match; it’s a career high)

Lisicki, Sabine  (GER): No. 30 ———–> No. 21

Bacsinszky, Timea  (SUI): No. 26 ———–> No. 23 (another career high for the Swiss Miss.

Tsurenko, Lesia  (UKR): No. 85 ———–> No. 56 (career high for the 25-year-old after a great week in IW, including a win over Genie Bouchard)

Hercog, Polona  (SLO): No. 75 ———–> No. 69

Arruabarrena, Lara  (ESP): No. 92 ———–> No. 82

Gavrilova, Daria  (AUS): No. 106 ———–> No. 97  (into the top 100 with a career best)

 

COOLING DOWN

Pennetta, Flavia  (ITA): No. 15 ———–> No. 28 (Champion can’t defend)

Cibulkova, Dominika  (SVK): No. 23 ———–> No. 30

Dellacqua, Casey (AUS): No. 35 ———–> No. 42

Stephens, Sloane  (USA): No. 42 ———–> No. 45

Shvedova, Yaroslava  (KAZ): No. 60 ———–> No. 74

 

The Canucks

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Bad news for Aleksandra Wozniak, who had a great Indian Wells last year (beating Lisicki, among others).

 

 

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