The new rankings are out after the Valladolid Open 2018 Gerard Company and Delfina Brea are the biggest climbers of the week 28/06/2018 En Español Navarro & Di Nenno take down Bela in sensational Cordoba Open semi-finals Sánchez, Josemaría edge toughly contested Cordoba Open semi-final to advance Semi-finals LIVE: Watch the Cervezas Victoria Córdoba Open online Cordoba Open quarter-finals recap: Bela upsets ex-partners in three-setter Women's Cordoba Open quarter-finals: Triay and Salazar survive match point in three-set epic Salazar and Triay get going in women's Cordoba Open round of 16 Cordoba Open round of 16: Galán & Lebrón start quest for more glory Cordoba Open round of 16 morning shift: Paquito, Di Nenno shine in first game Comebacks and new pairings as women's Cordoba Open gets underway Cordoba Open round of 32: smooth sailing for Coello and Bela Cordoba Open round of 32 check-up: Lima and Ruiz up and running All eight internationals crash out in Cordoba Open women's qualifiers The fifth tournament of the season is history. After the World Padel Tour touched down in Valladolid, the rankings have experienced some important changes, which could well vary again with the upcoming tournament in Valencia. Here are the biggest changes to the men's and women's rankings:Men's rankingsThere are no changes in the top ten but the margins have tightened up after the Valladolid Open. Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima are now just 435 points above Sanyo Gutiérrez at the top of the rankings. The difference between Paquito Navarro (5th with 8695 points) and Matías Díaz is also closing down after the Argentine won in Valladolid to take his tally to 8430 points. The biggest climber of the week is Gerard Company, who has gone up 12 place from 54th to 42nd. The second biggest climber is his partner, Rubén Rivera, who has improved nine spots after reaching the quarter finals. Another quarter finalist, Francisco "Chico" Gomes, has gone up eight places to 39th.Women's rankingsAlthough there are no changes in the top ten, things have also tightened up. The number ones, Majo and Mapi Sánchez Alayeto, have a smaller advantage over Gemma Triay and Lucia Sainz, which now stands at 1065 points. The fight between Patty Llaguno - Eli Amatriaín (7th on 4640 points) and Marta Ortega - Ariana Sánchez (9th on 4630) is also heating up, with the gap only at 10 points. The biggest climber after the fifth tournament of the season is Delfina Brea, who after reaching her first quarter finals alongside Ana Catarina Nogueira, has gone up 8 places from 41st to 33rd. The second biggest climber is Alicia Blanco Rojo, who has improved five spots to 42nd.View the entire rankings here.Consulta el ranking al completo aquí en nuestra clasificación.