Ranking changes after the Sevilla Open 2017

The Sanchez Alayeto twins fly up to first place

Rises, falls, changes...there have been plenty of changes to the World Padel Tour rankings after the stop in Seville. The ninth event of the season has left important moves in the rankings, where things are starting to heat up for the final stretch of the season. This is what the rankings looks like after the battle in Andalusia.

Cambios, movimientos, ascensos y descensos. Así se agita el ranking World Padel Tour tras el paso del circuito por Sevilla. La novena prueba de la temporada deja importantes novedades en la lista de entradas donde comienzan a perfilarse algunas luchas apasionante por estar entre los mejores y alcanzar los objetivos de esta campaña. Así queda la clasificación en ambas categorías tras una semana de duras batallas y pasión en la capital hispalense.

Women's rankings

In the women's rankings, the Sevilla Open 2017 was the seventh event of the season. The winners in the Pabellón San Pablo, Majo and Mapi Sanchez Alayeto won their sixth event of the season and also climbed to the top of the rankings. A place that had been occupied by Marta Marrero until Seville. Her partner Cata Tenorio, who reached her third consecutive final with Marrero in Seville, is the biggest climber, having gone up four places from 9th to 5th with 4230 points. The changes in the top ten affect the number three pairing. A position that Patty Llaguno and Elisabet Amatriain have surrendered to Gemma Triay and Lucia Sainz who have gone up thanks to their 4210 points.

Men's rankings

After their win at the Sevilla Open, Paquito Navarro and Sanyo Gutierrez have cut down their deficit to the world number ones. They are now 1170 points behing Bela and Lima, who top the rankings on 12200 points. In the men's top ten, Cristian Gutierrez has gone up a place to 8th on 4210 points, taking that place from Miguel Lamperti, who is 9th. Juani Mieres' protected ranking period comes to an end at the next tournament and therefore Cristian Gutierrez and Franco Stupaczuk are the number four pairing now.

For the ninth consecutive week, Juan Cruz Belluati and Alejandro Galan have gone up the rankings. Both players have moved up two places, from 13th to 11th on 2789 points, opening the gap to their most immediate pursuers, Gonzalo Diaz and Luciano Capra, who dropped points after not equalling their semifinals from Monaco last year. The battle for the Master Final continues to heat up as we surpass the halfway point of the season.

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