The first Porsche Race to Singapore update after Wimbledon sees Kiki Bertens join an exclusive club in the Porsche Race to Singapore - read on to find out what it is!
WTA Staff
July 24, 2017

Though there was no movement in the top 10 of the Porsche Race to Singapore in the week after Wimbledon, several strong results on a brief pit stop to the European red clay sees movement on both the singles and doubles leaderboard.

The two singles finalists at the Ladies' Championship Gstaad made a notable move, as champion Kiki Bertens rose three spots to No.20, and runner-up Anett Kontaveit rose two places to No.19. 

In addition, Bertens and Johanna Larsson are making a push to qualify together. After winning their second doubles title of the season in Gstaad, the duo rises three spots to No.14 in the doubles race.

Bertens is one of just five players to rank in the top 20 in both races, alongside Svetlana Kuznetsova, Kristina Mladenovic, Caroline Garcia and Elena Vesnina.

Thanks to winning the BRD Bucharest Open,  Irina-Camelia Begu soars up 21 spots to No.39 on the leaderboard, while runner-up Julia Goerges improves 10 places to  No.32. The German has reached four semifinals and two finals on the WTA this year in a consistent effort.

Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova, who lost in the quaterfinals in Bucharest, also makes a move this week, rising three total spots to No.12.

Here's how the Porsche Race to Singapore Leaderboard in singles stands as of July 24.