Only a few changes in the top 30 than last week. The Quebec semifinalist Lucie Safarova earned five spots to be World No. 28, she was No. 5 in September 2015, the year where she reached Roland Garros final. The Chinese Shuai Zhang lost two spots, she is No.
30, while Lauren Davis, who had reached Quebec final last year and lost several points, left top 40. Anett Kontaveit, Daria Kasatkina and Mirjana Lucic Baroni lost one place, while Krystina Pliskova, Alize Cornet and Naomi Osaka earned two spots.
Yulia Putintseva broke into the top 50 again, while Katerina Siniakova left top 50. Quebec finalist Timea Babos earned ten spots to get back closer to top 50, while Tokyo International winner Zarina Diyas earned 37 spots. Quebec winner Alison Van Uytvanck earned 30 spots to break into the top 70, while Oceane Dodin lost 14 spots.