How the World Padel Tour rankings have changed after the Menorca Open

Find out all the most notable changes in the World Padel Tour Rankings following the conclusion of the Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021

How the World Padel Tour rankings have changed after the Menorca Open

The Estrella Damm Menorca Open 2021 is in the books, leaving us with a wealth of spectacular games, sets, and individual rallies - and changes in the World Padel Tour rankings.

The Circuit is now 14 tournaments into the 2021 season after the showdown on the Balearic island, with the rankings now really taking shape as we close into the final act of the year.

With that said, these are the most notable changes in the World Padel Tour rankings, both on the men and on the women's side of the equation.

Ale Galán (left) and Juan Lebrón (right) keep up their dominance in the standings

Men's rankings

With Juan Lebrón and Alejandro Galán emerging victorious in Menorca, the pair strengthen their position at the top of the men's rankings with 14.145 points each. This leaves them within touching distance of cementing their status as number ones in the world for the second season running.

Behind them, another Spaniard in Paquito Navarro is third with 9.345, followed by his Argentinian team-mate Martín Di Nenno, who has 8.620 points in fourth.

Within the top 10, Agustín Tapia leapfrogged his fellow compatriot Fernando Belasteguín to sixth place, and Argentinian duo Juan Tello and Federico Chingotto moved up to joint-eighth.

Gonzalo Rubio (right) was a big winner in the rankings as he moved up three places

Looking down at the top 50, the biggest gainers from Menorca are three Spaniards who all moved up three spots; Gonzalo Rubio (41)Víctor Ruiz (42), and Jon Sanz (47).

 

These gains were made as all three managed to reach the round of 16 at the Menorca Open with their respective partners, giving them 85 points in the rankings.

Gemma Triay strengthens her place at the top of the standings

Women's rankings

After winning their fourth consecutive tournament and their sixth of the season overall at the Menorca Open, Gemma Triay and Alejandra Salazar solidified their place at the top of the World Padel Tour rankings even more, with 16.180 and 13.110 points respectively.

Lucía Sainz has gained a place in the top five, moving up to fourth as she reached her third final of the year. Her former team-mate Bea González, who made the semi-finals in Menorca, has also moved up a spot as she is now ninth.

The biggest gainer in the top 50 following the showdown in Menorca is Arantxa Soriano. The 31-year-old reached the round of 16, giving her 85 points and moving her up three places as she finds herself in 36th place.

Click here to see the full World Padel Tour rankings for both the men and the women!

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