WOMEN

TOP 5

ELISE MERTENS

WTA Ranking – 20

2017- Elise played in the Hobart International Tournament in January, beating No.3 seed Monica Niculescu. Elise found herself in the WTA top 100. After placing in the St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy, ultimately losing to Kristina Mladenovic then went on to play in the Dubai Tennis Championships and lost in the second round; reaching her new career ranking at 69.

2018 – Elise started the 2018 season ranking 35th and ending the season with her first top 20, finishing No.13.

2019 – Doubles winner at Indian Wells, and Miami; currently ranked 20th.

LESIA TSURENKO

WTA Ranking – 34

2017 – Reached a career-high ranking 29th. In that time, she beat Mladenovic in QF, she was one of the highest of seven top 50 wins over a season. After that Lesia made appearances in Stanford, Moscow, Roland Garros, and Wimbledon and exits at the Australian and U.S. Opens.

2018 – First career high ranking of 27th spot in the WTA.

2019 – Lesia is currently ranking 34th this season.

CARLA NAVARRO SUAREZ

WTA – 26

2017 – Carla ranked within the top 100 for the tenth consecutive years, finishing the season at No. 40.

2018 – The follow up to the 2017 season, Carla placed in the top 50 finishing at No.23

2019 – Currently sitting at the 26th spot for her 2019 season the 30-year-old is looking to improve her standings in this season’s future.

ALIAKSANDRA SASNOVICH

WTA - 37

2017 – Fifth consecutive Top 100 season at No.70, ending the year as the No.12 American woman… Highlight was finishing R-up in first tournament of the year at Shenzhen

2018 – Sixth consecutive Top 100 season (finishing No.63)

2019 – Winner (2): 2019 - 's-Hertogenbosch; 2014 - TianjinFinalist (6): 2019 - Shenzhen; 2018 - Nürnberg; 2017 - Shenzhen; 2016 - Shenzhen, Nottingham, Tianjin.Currently sitting at No.37

KATERINA SINIAKOVA

WTA - 41

2017 – Following a top 50 season in 2016, Katerina placed within the top 50 in 2017. In that time Katerina captured her second career title and first title on clay.

2018 – Maintaining that top 50 season, 2018 was kind to Katerina, finishing at No. 31 winning consistently.

2019 – Still within the top 50, Katerina is currently sitting at No. 41.

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TOP 5

KEVIN ANDERSON

ATP – 14

2017 – Anderson became the first South African US open finalist in Open era and grand slam finalist since Curren in 1984, ranking at No.32.

2018 – Taking that success in 2017, Anderson continued to climb into the No.8 spot. Becoming the highest ranked South African in ATP history. Eventually advancing to the second Grand Slam final at Wimbledon, where Anderson and Djokovic spent a whopping 23h-20min on court.

2019 – At the beginning of the season, Anderson ranked No.1 in February. After falling to Tiafoe in the Australian Open in the 2nd round, leading to a 4th loss in the last 5 matches, unfortunately unable to see more than 3 tournaments in the 1st 5 months due to a right elbow injury. He is currently sitting in the No.14 spot.

NIKOLOZ BASILASHVILI

ATP – 17

2017 – Earning a career high 25 wins in the 2017 season, Basilashvili climbed the ranks to No. 51, another career high achievement.  

2018 – Becoming the first ATP World Tour Champion from Georgia. In that time, he won the Hamburg Title, bumping himself up to No.21 ranking.  

2019 – Taking that momentum from the 2018 season, Basilashvili currently ranks at the No.17 spot, becoming the top ranked Georgian player in ATP history.

MATTEO BERRETTINI

ATP – 26

2017 – Established a career high ranking of No.250 ATP ranking.

2018 – By not drop a set all week at Gstaad, Berrettini dominated in the singles matches, bumping him up to No.52

2019 –  Coming off 5 straight losses, Berrettini followed that up with 2 straight finals in Munich defeating No.5 Zverev (one of his biggest career wins) now finding himself in the No.26 ATP rankings.

LASLO DJERE

ATP – 37

2017 – Achieved a career high ranking at No. 88 breaking into the top 100 ATP.

2018 – Continuing to build momentum, Djere earned his first Grand Slam win in the U.S. Open, crawling up to No.83 in ATP rankings.

2019 – Without dropping a set, Djere beat No.8 seed, Thiem; one of his biggest wins of his career. Resilience throughout the next tournaments, Laslo unfortunately lost to the eventual champion of the tournament Cilic at the Sao Paulo and Budapest. Pushing his career high rankings up to No. 27. Currently Laslo is sitting at No.37.

DAMIR DZUMHUR

ATS – 104

2017 – Hitting a stride, Dzumhur had a career high 36 wins and went on to solidifying his spot at ATS ranking No.31 with a 24-7 record.  

2018 – Maintaining that drive, Dzumhur continued to increase in standings, achieving the No.23 rankings  

2019 – Falling to multiple injuries, Dzumhur is currently sitting at No.104.

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