French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko is on the brink of the Top 10, while Simona Halep returns to No.2 and Elina Svitolina sets another career high.

The dust from a topsy-turvy fortnight in Paris is settling following the second Grand Slam of the year - and that means some spectacular shake-ups in the WTA Rankings.

None is more dramatic than the rise of shock champion Jelena Ostapenko. At World No.47, she was the lowest-ranked Roland Garros victor in the tournament's history - and she soars thirty-five spots to land at No.12. Her previous career high, set in January, was just No.33.

Runner-up Simona Halep could have ascended to No.1 by winning the final, but her performance was still enough to climb two spots to retake No.2 - a position she first held in August 2014 for seven weeks, then again from August 2015 to January 2016 (behind Serena Williams throughout both stretches). Semifinalist Timea Bacsinszky, who fell out of the Top 30 last month, has risen nine spots to No.22, while quarterfinalist Elina Svitolina climbs one place to make her Top 5 debut at No.5.

Here are the other most notable WTA Rankings movers this week:

Caroline Wozniacki (+5, 12 to 7): The former World No.1 scored her best Roland Garros run in seven years with a quarterfinal showing - and is rewarded with her best ranking since September 2015.

Caroline Garcia (+6, 27 to 21): After six years of playing Slams, the Frenchwoman finally broke her second-week duck in style, making it all the way to the quarterfinals. She sets a new career high this week, having fallen slightly from her previous best ranking of No.23 set last October.

Alizé Cornet (+5, 43 to 38): The former World No.11 appeared in the fourth round of a Slam for the fourth time in her career, where she lost to Garcia, and rejoined the Top 40 for the first time since January.

Océane Dodin (+10, 56 to 46): In a strong week on the WTA Rankings for France, the country's youngest member of the Top 100 won her first ever match at Roland Garros before losing a second-round thriller to Svetlana Kuznetsova - and followed it up with a semifinal in the ITF $100,000 event in Surbiton to break the Top 50 for the first time.

Anett Kontaveit (+4, 53 to 49): The Estonian has been surging up the rankings in 2017, and a second-round showing at Roland Garros has enabled her to break the Top 50 as well.

Elise Mertens (+9, 60 to 51): Having kicked off the season with her maiden title in Hobart and followed it up with another final in Istanbul in April, the Belgian scored another milestone in Paris by making the third round of a Slam for the first time in her career. It takes her to a new career high on the brink of the Top 50.

Sara Errani (+20, 91 to 71): The former World No.5 and Roland Garros finalist was relegated to qualifying - but came through it in style and won a round in the main draw to solidify her return to Top 100 territory.

Magda Linette (+17, 94 to 77): The Pole is still slightly short of her career high of No.64, set in September 2015, but her first ever third-round run in a Slam capped a solid clay season that also included a Bogota quarterfinal.

Veronica Cepede Royg (+19, 97 to 78): Having broken the Top 100 for the first time in May, Cepede Royg rode that wave to become the first Paraguayan woman to make the second week of a Slam since Rossana de los Rios in 2000 - where she stretched Karolina Pliskova to a 6-4 deciding set. She'll now have de los Rios's ranking high of No.51 in her sights.

Marketa Vondrousova (+17, 96 to 79): The 17-year-old Czech has been one of this year's sensations - having begun 2017 ranked No.421, her ascent continues to be vertiginous. On her Slam debut, she came through qualifying to reach the second round, taking her total number of match wins to 51 this year.

Beatriz Haddad Maia (+7, 101 to 94): The Brazilian No.1 came through qualifying to make her Slam main draw debut, falling in three sets to Elena Vesnina, and then followed it up with a semifinal showing in the Bol Croatia Open last week to hit a new career high.

Bethanie Mattek-Sands (+20, 117 to 97): The former World No.30 hadn't been ranked inside the Top 100 since October 2016. But Mattek-Sands has made great headway in her comeback this year. Following a fourth-round showing in Miami, a third-round run from qualifying in Paris, including a brilliantly played win over Petra Kvitova en route, has put the WTA doubles No.1 back in elite singles territory again.

Richel Hogenkamp (+5, 105 to 100): Fresh off back-to-back ITF titles, the Dutchwoman qualified and won a round in Paris before Elise Mertens halted her winning streak at 14. Hogenkamp becomes the eleventh player to break the Top 100 in 2017.

Aleksandra Krunic (+23, 124 to 101): The Serb set a career high of No.62 in July 2015 - and has regained her highest ranking position since December of that year with victory at the Bol Croatia Open last week, her biggest ever title.

Ons Jabeur (+10, 114 to 104): The Tunisian's exploits in Paris made headlines in the first week. As a lucky loser, she notched up her first ever Top 10 win over Dominika Cibulkova to become the first Arab woman in the third round of a Slam - and it takes her to the verge of the Top 100.

Magdalena Rybarikova (+75, 192 to 117): The Slovak former World No.31 fell all the way to No.453 in March following a seven-month absence due to injury. But her comeback has been spectacular: in Paris, she scored a win over CoCo Vandeweghe in the first round, and last week she followed it up with a title at the Surbiton $100,000 event - her third ITF trophy of the year.

Petra Martic (+161, 290 to 129): The Croat, also on the comeback trail from injury, was one of the stories of the Roland Garros fortnight. The lowest-ranked player to make the second week of the French Open in over two decades, the former World No.42 - who was ranked as low as No.662 in April - extended her win-loss record in 2017 to 23-4 and continues to scythe her way back towards the Top 100.