WTA Tour Rankings – as of Sept. 21, 2015

The “late” schedule this season means last year’s points from Tokyo, Guangzhou and Seoul are all dropping off today, even though the tournaments have yet to be played.

So some changes have occurred in the top 10 that could be reversed by next Monday.

The retiring Flavia Pennetta moves up to a new career high, and Angelique Kerber and Carla Suárez Navarro are back in the top 10.


BRENGLE, MADISON (USA): No. 42 —————–> No. 37

BECK, ANNIKA (GER): No. 57 —————–> No. 43 (Quebec champ ties her career high)

TOMLJANOVIC, AJLA (CRO): No. 61 —————–> No. 53

WICKMAYER, YANINA (BEL): No. 86 —————–> No. 67 (Tokyo International champ)

LINETTE, MAGDA (POL): No. 84 —————–> No. 64 (Tokyo finalist moves to a career high)

OSTAPENKO, JELENA (LAT): No. 101 —————–> No. 77 (The 18-year-old QC finalist moves to a career high)

LUCIC-BARONI, MIRJANA (CRO): No. 104 —————–> No. 85

KASATKINA, DARIA (RUS): No. 109 —————–> No. 93 (Another 18-year-old into the top 100 after winning St-Malo)

BROADY, NAOMI (GBR): No. 157 —————–> No. 127 (the 25-year-old moves to a career best)

CRAWFORD, SAMANTHA (USA): No. 217 —————–> No. 178



IVANOVIC, ANA (SRB): No. 7 —————–> No. 12 (Ivanovic won Tokyo last year, hence the hopefully temporary drop)

CORNET, ALIZÉ (FRA): No. 29 —————–> No. 34

LEPCHENKO, VARVARA (USA): No. 38 —————–> No. 46

NICULESCU, MONICA (ROU): No. 39 —————–> No. 49

FALCONI, IRINA (USA): No. 64 —————–> No. 70


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