A week ago, Belinda Bencic was No.20 on the WTA Rankings - now, after winning the Rogers Cup, she's No.12. How high can the WTA Rising Star go? Tell us what you think!
WTA Staff

TORONTO, Canada - After winning the biggest title of her career at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, WTA Rising Star has soared from No.20 to No.12 on the WTA Rankings, now just two spots away from becoming the first player born in 1995 or later to break the Top 10 - and she was born in 1997.

Bencic beat Eugenie Bouchard, Caroline Wozniacki, Sabine Lisicki, Ana Ivanovic, Serena Williams and Simona Halep en route to the title - four Grand Slam finalists and two Grand Slam champions.

"I didn't know before that I beat six Grand Slam finalists in a row.. I cannot believe it, and it's amazing," Bencic jubilated afterwards. "I have no words for this. And definitely talk about a tough draw!

"Now I actually feel like I belong here, and that I can really be one of the top players."

The Swiss clearly has a bright future, but just how bright is it? Tell us what you think here!