WTA New Rankings, all the main changes this week

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WTA New Rankings, all the main changes this week

No changes in the top 10 WTA Rankings after the first week of grass-court season. Simona Halep still leads the way, being the world No. 1 ahead of Caroline Wozniacki and Garbine Muguruza. Coco Vandeweghe, who reached 's-Hertogenbosch semifinals, earned one place to become No.

15, followed by the Australian Ashleigh Barty who won Nottingham title. The mover of the week is the 's-Hertogenbosch champion Alessandra Krunic, who cracked top 40 following her triumph in the Dutch tournament. Kirsten Flipkens, who lost to Krunic in the final, earned 12 places to comeback in the top 50, while Lucie Safarova, Zarina Diyas and Donna Vekic all left the top 50.

Samantha Stosur cameback in the top 100. This week Muguruza can get closer to Wozniacki by going far in Birmingham, as the Danish player will comeback to compete only in Eastbourne just before Wimbledon. Here below full top 30.