The Top 100 may stay in situ, but there are plenty of rankings movers - including a few home favorites, plus a teenager reaching her career-high spot so far.
Here are some of the week's most notable rankings movers:
Chanel Simmonds (+19, No.315 to No.296): The South African moves back into the Top 300 after a good run at the Digicell Futures event in Stellenbosch. She enjoyed consecutive straight-sets victories en route to the final, dropping only ten games, but finished as runner-up to American Salma Ewing 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Chanel Simmonds' great run at the Digicall Futures 2 tennis tournament in Stellenbosch ended in disappointment, as she lost narrowly in the final on Sunday. Chanel lost a tight three set match to Salma Ewing (6-4, 4-6, 4-6). pic.twitter.com/FkLLp65ulj
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Olga Danilovic (+60, No.384 to No.324): The 16-year-old Serbian breaks into the Top 350 a week after reaching the final at the BBVA Open Ciudad de Valencia in Spain. She enjoyed four consecutive straight-sets wins there, but could not get past second seed Irina Bara, who beat her 5-7, 6-4, 6-0.
Marie Benoit (+15, No.377 to No.362): The 22-year-old made it to the quarterfinal at the Hammamet Open in Tunisia, where she was top seed. She cruised past both Jasmine Khoshabeh and Denise-Antonela Stoica in straight sets, but found Jade Suvrijn of France a much tougher task, losing 7-6(5), 6-1.
Manon Arcangioli (+17, No.381 to No.364): The Frenchwoman was seeded top at the Milovice Open in the Czech Republic, and progressed to the final where she lost to second seed and home favorite Miriam Kolodziejova 6-3, 6-3.