Changes in the rankings after Jaen on the World Padel Tour Get to know the biggest changes in the rankings 30/05/2018 En Español El Top 5 de Patty Llaguno A shoulder injury will force Mapi Sánchez Alayeto to undergo surgery Early bird tickets for the London Padel Masters 2019 are already on sale! Marcello Jardim and Guga Vázquez will seek to reinvent themselves in 2019 Raquel Segura and Laura Clergue will fight together in 2018 Virseda and Villalba will begin their journey together in 2019 Juan Martín Díaz's Top 5 from 2018 Tickets for the Estrella Damm Alicante Open 2019 are already on sale! Maxi Grabiel and Fernando Poggi, a 'grand reserve' mix for 2019 Mapi Sánchez Alayeto's Top 5 from 2018 Lacoste Watches, official World Padel Tour watch Cristian Gutiérrez's Top 5 from 2018 With the Caja Rural Jaén Open finished, it's time to take a look at the changes in the rankings. The fight for the Master Final and the top ten has suffered changes. Here are those variations:Men's rankingsThe third title of the season for Sanyo Gutiérrez and Maxi Sánchez has helped them inch closer to Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima. They have a total of 13,770 points, as opposed to the 12,545 of Sanyo and the 10,910 of Sanchez. Paquito Navarro has now dropped to fifth. Juan Mieres reached the semifinals and returns to the top ten. The biggest climber is Juan Martín Díaz who has gone up 13 places from 38th to 25th.Women's rankingsThe first title of the season went to Majo and Mapi Sánchez Alayeto, which means they extend their lead at the top with 12,870 points. There have been no changes in the top ten and the biggest climber is Virginia Riera who reached the quarter finals with Lorena Alonso and has gone up 14 places from 69th to 55th. The next biggest climber is Beatriz González who has gone up six places from 26th to 20th.You can view the full rankings here.