Ons Jabeur is the week’s biggest winner on the WTA rankings – up to a new career high of world No 3 as she takes home the trophy in Berlin.
The Tunisian won the title there in unfortunate fashion as her good friend Belinda Bencic retired from the final through injury.
Elsewhere in the top 10, nobody is within touching distance of Iga Swiatek in the world No 1 spot, but Maria Sakkari, the Berlin semi-finalist, has moved up one place, to world No 5.
The Greek reached the quarter-finals in Nottingham last week as the top seed, and went one better in Birmingham.
New career high for Coco
Coco Gauff is putting together some solid form, reaching the Berlin semi-final this week for her bow on grass this year, and she’s rewarded with a new career high ranking of world No 12.
Haddad Maia goes higher
The Birmingham champion Beatriz Haddad Maia breaks into the Top 30 after a sensational start to her grass-court season, with ten wins in a row. She’s unbeaten in the UK so far this year as she heads to Eastbourne having won the singles and doubles in Nottingham as well.