The WTA Top 50 remains largely unchanged, but breakthroughs and comebacks at the Claro Open Colsanitas and the Ladies Open Biel Bienne dominated the biggest moves down the list in this week's WTA rankings.
Here are the biggest ranking movers this week after Bogota and Biel/Bienne, as well as notable action on the ITF Circuit.
Francesca Schiavone +64 (No. 168 to No. 104) - While teenager Marketa Vondrousova was making waves in Biel/Bienne, the veteran wildcard was turning back the years in Bogota. Schiavone claimed her eighth career crown in Colombia, as she upset four seeds en route and did not drop a set in five matches. The win puts her inside the main draw cutoff for the French Open, as this week's rankings are used to determine the main draw entry list.
Marketa Vondrousova +116 (No. 233 to No. 117) - The Czech teenager cut her ranking in half as a result of her fairytale run to the title at the Ladies Open Biel Bienne as a qualifier, in which she defeated players ranked above her in seven out of eight matches. In the main draw, the 17-year-old took out four top 100 players, including top seed Strycova in the semifinals, and did not lose a set in five main draw matches.
Anett Kontaveit +25 (No. 99 to No. 74) - Up 25 spots inside the WTA top 100 after her first career final at the Ladies Open Biel Bienne, the Estonian moves up to No.74 - just one spot shy of the career-high ranking of No.73 that she set in May of 2016.
Aliaksandra Sasnovich +12 (No. 108 to No. 96) - The Belarusian returns to the top 100 after reaching the semifinals at the Ladies Open Biel Bienne, where she fell in a deciding third set to Kontaveit. Currently the Belarusian No.1, Sasnovich's best career ranking of No.92 came three years ago in 2014 - and she has her sights set higher after a strong beginning to the season.
Vicky Duval +376 (No. 896 to No. 520) - It was a successful return to competition for the American at the $80,000 ITF event in Indian Harbor Beach last week, as she reached the semifinals in her first event since Wimbledon last year. The 21-year-old, who continues to work her way back on tour after beating Hodgkin's lymphoma, defeated Ajla Tomljanovic in a match of the comeback queens in the first round and ousted top seed Eugenie Bouchard in the quarterfinals, 6-0, 6-3. Her run was ended by 15-year-old compatriot Amanda Anisimova in the semifinals, who also had a rise in the rankings - moving up 170 spots to just outside the top 300 on the back of her second professional final.