Oceane Dodin became the youngest WTA title-winner in 2016 and made the biggest ranking leap of the week; Coupe Banque Nationale runner-up Lauren Davis also returned to Top 100.
WTA Staff

Coupe Banque Nationale champion Oceane Dodin became the latest teenager to make her Top 100 debut in 2016 following her maiden WTA title.

Dodin had won just two main draw matches heading into Québec, but both were at major tournaments over Top 40 players in 2015. The 19-year-old is currently riding a 10 match winning streak on two different surfaces, including five wins to capture an ITF 25K Challenger tournament in Barcelona.

Rising up 39 spots since last week, Dodin currently sits at No.93, and is the sixth youngest woman in the Top 100.

Québec City finalist Lauren Davis also made a big leap, returning to the Top 100 herself with a 21-spot jump to become the new World No.83 after making her second WTA final in as many months.

Who else made major moves? Find out below and click here to check out the full WTA rankings.