Taylah Preston, Arina Rodionova and Priscilla Hon all make significant moves in the latest world singles rankings.
Arina Rodionova makes her long-awaited top-100 debut in the latest WTA Tour women’s singles rankings.
The 34-year-old rises four spots to world No.97 following a quarterfinal appearance at a WTA 250 tournament in Thailand. This was Rodionova’s best tour-level result since July 2017.
Priscilla Hon is the biggest mover of the week, jumping up 30 places to world No.171. The 25-year-old won the biggest title of her career at an Australia Pro Tour event in Burnie last week.
Meanwhile, Taylah Preston sets a new career-high, rising five places to world No.194 after qualifying at a WTA-level tournament for the second time in her career.
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Omar Jasika is the biggest mover in the latest ATP Tour men’s singles rankings.
The 26-year-old skyrockets up 63 places to world No.230 after winning his first ATP Challenger singles title in seven years. This is seven spots shy of Jasika’s career-high.
Dane Sweeny rises nine places to a new career-high of No.224, while Alex Bolt improves 36 positions to world No.255 after contesting his first ATP Challenger final since June 2021.
Bernard Tomic is on the rise as well, jumping up 25 spots to world No.277 after winning an ITF title in India. This propels the 31-year-old to his highest ranking since February 2022.
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Alex Bolt makes giant strides in the latest ATP Tour doubles rankings.
The 31-year-old rises 51 spots to world No.233 after capturing an ATP Challenger alongside compatriot Luke Saville in Burnie.
Saville, meanwhile, improves six places to world No.173.
Adam Walton, a runner-up in Burnie, moves 11 positions to a career-high world…