Washington champion Jessica Pegula, pictured with her very good girl Maddie, rises to a new career high of No.55 with her first trophy (Mike Lawrence @CitiOpen)
August 5, 2019
Jessica Pegula and Zheng Saisai both lifted their first WTA trophies last week in Washington and San Jose respectively, and are among the players receiving boosts in the latest WTA Rankings.
Jil Teichmann climbs 28 places to World No.54 after winning the Ladies Open Palermo (Getty)
July 29, 2019
See the week's biggest rankings movers in pictures.
15-year-old Coco Gauff was the breakout sensation of Wimbledon 2019, thrilling audiences with her prodigious run to the fourth round - which sees her soar 172 places to land at No.141 (Getty)
July 15, 2019
Coco Gauff, Barbora Strycova and Alison Riske are among the Wimbledon 2019 stars rewarded with a rankings boost this week, while Petra Martic cracks the Top 20 for the first time.
Ashleigh Barty won her maiden Grand Slam title at Roland Garros and becomes the new World No.2 (Getty)
June 10, 2019
Roland Garros champion Ashleigh Barty and runner-up Marketa Vondrousova are among the players reaping the rankings benefits of strong Paris performances.
Two-time Grand Slam champion Victoria Azarenka is back into the Top 50, rising seven places up to World No.44 (Jimmie48/WTA)
May 20, 2019
Some of the week's biggest rankings movers - in pictures.
Qualifier Jil Teichmann was a shock champion in Prague: having never previously reached a WTA quarterfinal, the 21-year-old ended the week with her first trophy - and a place in the Top 100 at World No.87 (J&T Banka Prague Open/Pavel Lebeda)
May 6, 2019
Maria Sakkari returns to the Top 50 after picking up her first trophy at the Grand Prix de SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem, while Jil Teichmann gatecrashes the Top 100 after qualifying and winning the J&T Banka Prague Open.
Victoria Azarenka fought off jetlag to make the Stuttgart quarterfinals and re-enter the Top 50 (Getty)
May 1, 2019
Stuttgart quarterfinalist Victoria Azarenka and Istanbul finalist Marketa Vondrousova are among the players making moves in this week's WTA Rankings.
New Bogota champion Amanda Anisimova rises 22 places, to World No.54 (Jimmie48/WTA)
April 15, 2019
Two teenagers are blazing a trail through the Top 100 this week.
Victoria Azarenka made the first final of her comeback from maternity leave in Monterrey, rising seven places to World No.60 as a result (Abierto GNP Seguros)
April 8, 2019
All the biggest movers in the WTA Rankings of April 8, 2019.
Miami semifinalist Anett Kontaveit's new career high of World No.14 makes the 23-year-old the best-ranked Estonian in history, beating Kaia Kanepi's previous national record by one spot (Jimmie48/WTA)
April 1, 2019
All the biggest movers in the WTA Rankings on April 1, 2019.
It was a first WTA singles title in Indian Wells for Bianca Andreescu, who rose 36 places in the rankings to No.24 (Jimmie48/WTA)
March 18, 2019
All the biggest movers in the WTA Rankings on March 18, 2019.