Andreas Seppi is still the Italian number one in the ATP rankings . The 31 year old Caldaro lost a position and drops to number 25. Behind him stable Fabio Fognini (27) while he steps back Simone Bolelli (61). By winning in the challenger in Cortina Paolo Lorenzi gains seven positions (80), the last Italian in the top hundred. In the top-ten worldwide, with Novak Djokovic (158 weeks number one) who continued his domination, Kei Nishikori and Stan Wawrinka exchange their position, and the Japanese, rising to fourth place, equaling his best ranking.
Among women Sara Errani loses a position, first of Azzurre, becomes 17th. Behind her stable Flavia Pennetta (26): a step back, however, for Camila Giorgi (31) and Karin Knapp (35). Two positions less for Roberta Vinci (53), and while is stable Francesca Schiavone (88) that closes the group of the top 100 Italian. Further back to report the 124 positions climbed by Martina Trevisan (339). In the top-ten worldwide, always led by Serena Williams (for her 253esima week from number 1: in the special list is fourth, next target Chris Evert, third to share 260), enters for the first time Karolina Pliskova, a finalist at Stanford, who places herself in eighth place. Earn a place even the other Czech Lucie Safarova rising to number 7. Greet for the second time this season the club of the strongest Agnieszka Radwanska, who slipped to number 14 (-7).
Translation provided by Pietro Ferreri