Tello and Chingotto fly up the rankings after Valladolid

Here are all the changes in the rankings after the Valladolid Open

Tello and Chingotto fly up the rankings after Valladolid

Men's rankings

After the recent Valladolid Open 2017, here are the major changes in the World Padel Tour rankings. In the men's rankings, despite not playing the final Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima stay on top, while Sanyo Gutiérrez and Paquito Navarro have inched slightly closer. After their first semifinals of an Open, Juan Tello and Fede Chingotto climb a whopping 22 places from 56th to 34th. The young Argentines earned 360 points for reaching the semifinals, plus a bonus of 20 points for knocking out seeds Mieres and LampertiFranco Stupaczuk makes it into the top ten for the first time (10th) after moving up four places. Álvaro Cepero has made the second biggest move by going up six places to fifteenth. For yet another week, Juan Cruz Belluati and Alejandro Galán continue to rise and are now 20th.

Women's rankings

Majo and Mapi Sánchez Alayeto, who won in Valladolid after Alejandra Salazar's injury, hold onto top spot with a lead of 70 points over Marta Marrero and Alejandra SalazarThere are no changes in the top ten with the biggest mover being Ainhoa Ricowho jumps from 67th to 57th. The second biggest movers are Andrea Medina and Cynthia Pérezwho have gone up six places to 38th. After her quarter final appearance in Valladolid, Carla Mesa moves from 25th to 20th.

Access the entire rankings here: www.worldpadeltour.com/jugadores

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