There may be no movement in the Top 10 - but cast your eyes further down the rankings to see some intriguing shifts.
Marketa Vondrousova edges back towards her career high of No.14 as she moves back into the Top 15, a rise of one place, while Great Britain's Johanna Konta is looking to climb back into the Top 10 - she now sits at World No.14, her highest ranking since the start of last year.
Venus Williams also moves up one place, meaning she returns to the Top 50 after an absence of three weeks.
Jil Teichmann +28 (No.82 to No.54): The new Ladies Open Palermo champion flies up the rankings and is knocking on the door of the Top 50 after her second title of the year, and her first ever win against a Top 10 player, beating Kiki Bertens.
Bernarda Pera +11 (No.74 to No.63): The American beat eighth seed Jelena Ostapenko in the first round of the Baltic Open, and enjoyed a great run in Jurmala, curtailed only by Katarzyna Kawa in the semifinal.
Paula Badosa, +18 (No.119 to No.101): The Spaniard didn't drop a set in Palermo until the semifinal, and claimed the scalp of fifth seed Pauline Parmentier in the first round. She now reaches a career best ranking and is on the verge of breaking into the Top 100.
Katarzyna Kawa, +66 (No.194 to No.128): The Polish qualifier enjoyed an incredible week at the Baltic Open, dropping only one set in the main draw (to Ysaline Bonaventure in the first round) until she reached the final - and even then she managed to take a set off top seed and home favorite Anastasija Sevastova. It is even more amazing when you consider that this was also her WTA main draw debut.