The two newest champions crown their week with climbs up the WTA Rankings.
Citi Open winner Svetlana Kuznetsova is back into the Top 100 as she continues her comeback from surgery. She rises 41 places to World No.87 after beating Donna Vekic in the Washington final, 4-6, 7-6(7), 6-2.
Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic champion Mihaela Buzarnescu breaks the Top 20 for the first time following her victory over Maria Sakkari in the San José final, rising four places to her new career high.
Here are some of the week's other most notable rankings movers:
Maria Sakkari (+18, No.49 to No.31): It's a new career high for the Greek player, who made it to the San José final despite being unseeded. The 23-year-old also claimed the scalps of eighth seed Timea Babos and third seed Venus Williams along the way.
Danielle Collins (+7, No.42 to No.35): It was another impressive week for the American, who made it to the semifinal in San José before falling to Sakkari.
Donna Vekic (+7, No.44 to No.37): The Croatian had to battle through an epic Round of 16 encounter against Hungary's Fanny Stollar, eventually winning 6-2, 3-6, 7-6(13). That was the only set she dropped en route to the Washington final, though.
Johanna Konta (+5, No.48 to No.43): The British No.1 enjoyed a spectacular win over Serena Williams in San José, winning 12 straight games to beat her 6-1, 6-0, and followed that up with a defeat of another American, Sofia Kenin, 6-1, 6-4.
Zheng Saisai (+21, No.85 to No.64): The 24-year-old did not drop a set in her Washington campaign prior to her semifinal against seventh seed Vekic.
Victoria Azarenka (+13, No.108 to No.95): The former World No.1 returns to the Top 100 after San José. She was forced to withdraw from her quarterfinal there against Collins after winning the first set 7-6(4), having enjoyed a comfortable win in the previous round against Anna Blinkova 6-1, 6-0.