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