As the WTA heads to the terre battue, or the clay courts of Europe, the first quarter of the Porsche Race to Shenzehn is in the rearview mirror.

There was no major movement in the Top 8 last week, with Belinda Bencic and Angelique Kerber swapping one spot with idle counterparts Bianca Andreescu and Elina Svitolina.

The Swiss moves up one spot to No.5 after reaching the quarterfinals of the Premier-level event on the green clay of Charleston, while Kerber moves up to No.7 after reaching the semifinals in Monterrey.

The two champions of last week, Madison Keys and Garbiñe Muguruza, reap the benefits of their first titles in 2019 and head into the spring with some momentum in the Race.

Both move into the Top 20, as Muguruza rises six spots to No.12 after successfully defending her title on the Monterrey hard courts, while Keys moves up a staggering 41 spots to No.19 after winning her first career clay court title in Charleston. 

Click here to see how the Porsche Race to Shenzhen in singles stands as of April 8.