There are plenty of rises up the rankings outside the Top 100 this week.
WTA Staff
December 4, 2017

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.

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.