This marks the 53rd consecutive week at No.1 for Iga Swiatek, who holds a 2,030-point advantage on No.2 Aryna Sabalenka.
Katerina Siniakova continues her reign atop the doubles ranking for the 30th consecutive week and 92nd overall.
With the completion of the Sunshine Double, here is a look at the notable rankings movement.
Kvitova returns to Top 10
Last week in Miami, Petra Kvitova captured her ninth WTA 1000 title of her career. Since the level of tournament was introduced, only Serena Williams (13) and Victoria Azarenka (10) own more. Kvitova, who now has 30 career titles, returned to the Top 10 for the first time since Sept. 20, 2021.
Miami Open reaction:
- Champions Corner: Gauff and Pegula not afraid of a little trash talk
- Gauff, Pegula win Miami Open doubles; fifth team title
- Champions Corner: How pacing herself has kept Kvitova motivated
- Kvitova snaps Rybakina's streak to win Miami; 30th career title
- Miami Open shining moments: Best OT performance, buzzer-beater and more
Since the start of 2000, seven women have reached the Top 10 after turning 33 years old, including Kvitova. The list includes Angelique Kerber, Flavia Pennetta, Nathalie Tauziat, Roberta Vinci, Serena Williams and Venus Williams.
Rybakina collecting points
During the Sunshine Double, Elena Rybakina collected 1,650 rankings points -- the most on tour -- by reaching back-to-back finals. Rybakina won Indian Wells and finished as the runner-up in Miami. She improved her ranking to a career-high No.7, up three spots from where she was at the start of the month.
Kvitova collected the second most points (1,215) during the Sunshine Double, followed by Aryna Sabalenka (865) and Sorana Cirstea (605).
Biggest mover of the week
Former World No.21 Cirstea entered the Sunshine Double ranked No.83, but her position in the Top 100 was in jeopardy. By reaching the quarterfinals at Indian Wells and the semifinals at Miami, Cirstea improved her position 42 spots in the past month, the biggest jump on tour. She rises to No.41.
Trevisan, Gracheva hit milestones
By advancing to the quarterfinals in Miami, Martina Trevisan makes her Top 20 debut. She climbs four spots from No.24 to No.20. In the past five years, only Magda Linette (31 years old) and Mihaela Buzarnescu (30) were older than Trevisan (29 years, 151 days) when they made their Top 20 debuts.
After reaching the fourth round as a qualifier in both Indian Wells and Miami, Varvara Gracheva makes her Top 50 debut, at No.46.
Other notable rankings movement
Sara Errani +21 (from No.99 to No.78): The former World No.5 reached the final at the WTA 125 San Luis Potosi clay-court tournament.
Marketa Vondrousova +20 (from No.103 to No.83): The 23-year-old Czech booked her return to the Top 100 this week by advancing to the fourth round in Miami.
Elise Mertens +10 (from No.39 to No.29): A fourth-round result in Miami allowed Mertens to jump 10 spots, moving from No.39 to No.29.
Elisabetta Cocciaretto +4 (from No.49 to No.45): A title winner at the WTA 125 San Luis Potosi, the 22-year-old Cocciaretto reached a career-high of No.45.
As the tour shifts gears to the clay court, here is a look at the players defending the most points leading into Roland Garros:
1,990: Ons Jabeur
1,370: Iga Swiatek
810: Jessica Pegula
720: Ekaterina Alexandrova
720: Aryna Sabalenka
650: Belinda Bencic
610: Jil Teichmann
590: Amanda Anisimova
525: Daria Kasatkina
455: Paula Badosa