The final grass warm-up, the Aegon International in Eastbourne, was done and dusted last week - and the latest WTA rankings are showing which players are in-form on the lawns ahead of Wimbledon.
With just five WTA Tour main draw wins in 2017 prior to last week, Heather Watson has seen her ranking gradually sink outside the Top 100 this year. A semifinal run in Eastbourne was much needed, and sees the British player moving in the right direction again - this week, she rises 24 spots to No.102.
Meanwhile, Roland Garros champion Jelena Ostapenko won her first match since her shock Slam title, and her third-round showing in Eastbourne makes her the sole rankings climber within the Top 20, moving up one place to No.13.
Here are the other most notable WTA Rankings movers this week:
Lauren Davis (+3, 29 to 26): The American fell in Eastbourne qualifying to Francesca Schiavone - but took full advantage of her Lucky Loser spot, beating Agnieszka Radwanska for her third career win over a Top 10 player. Her third-round showing sees her match her career high ranking.
Lara Arruabarrena (+8, 60 to 52): The Spaniard qualified and reached the third round of Eastbourne, beating Daria Gavrilova en route. From July 2014, the 25-year-old spent 33 consecutive months ranked between 60 and 100 until finally cracking the Top 60 this April - and now she's set another career high on the brink of the Top 50.
Irina-Camelia Begu (+5, 69 to 64): The Romanian began 2017 inside the Top 30, but has seen her ranking gradually slide following a sequence of disappointing results. Last week, she turned that around with a run to the final of the ITF $100,000 event in Southsea.
Tatjana Maria (+19, 93 to 74): The 29-year-old German, one of three mothers in the Top 100, was the Southsea champion last week - her second ITF $100,000 title of the year (following Midland in February). Having fallen to No.128 in January, Maria is now just 12 spots below the career high ranking she set in July 2015.
Ekaterina Alexandrova (+3, 78 to 75): The Russian's first big breakthrough came this time last year when, as one of the final direct acceptances to Wimbledon qualifying, she made it to the main draw - via a pair of dramatic overtime matches that went 14-12 and 13-11 in the third set - and beat Ana Ivanovic for her first WTA-level win. Now firmly ensconced in the Top 100, a semifinal showing in Southsea moves the 22-year-old up to a new career high.
Tsvetana Pironkova (+18, 149 to 131): The former Wimbledon semifinalist has a history of dramatic ranking rises and falls, often pulling off big results despite a low placement. Her third-round showing in Eastbourne as a Lucky Loser added another example to the pattern.