The rankings are shook up after the Estrella Damm Alicante Open and will be tested in Seville

The rankings move after Alicante

The rankings are shook up after the Estrella Damm Alicante Open and will be tested in Seville

The season comes to its defining moment, with a host of important tournaments in September. Seville is on the World Padel Tour horizon, and the battle to climb up the rankings will continue after the Estrella Damm Alicante Open. Here are some of the most significant moves in the men's and women's rankings, which will continue to experience changes at the Sevilla Open.

Women

In the women's rankings, Marta Marrero continues to sit on top with a 70 point advantage over the Sánchez Alayeto twins who won their fifth consecutive tournament in Alicante. Cata Tenorio makes progress in the top ten after her second consecutive final with Marrero, and she's now 9th on 3390 points. Victoria Iglesias has gone up two places to 12th. But the biggest climber after Alicante is Valeria Pavón, who has gone up 11 places from 31st to 20th. Her partner, Porutgal's Ana Catarina Nogueira is the second biggest climber with a rise of six places, sharing 20th with Valeria.

Men

Fernando Belasteguín and Pablo Lima, made the most of their third title of the season to open up the gap on Sanyo Gutiérrez and Paquito Navarro to 2800 points. There are no more changes in the top ten. But there are changes in the positions htat grant access to the Master Final in Decemeber. Juan Cruz Belluati and Alejandro Galán continue to progress after reaching the quarter finals, and they're now 13th. The biggest climbers after the eighth event of the season are Borja Yribarren and Juan Manuel Vázquez, who have gone up five places. Álex Ruíz is the second biggest riser, having gone up 4 places to 22nd.

You can view the whole rankings here: www.worldpadeltour.com/jugadores

 

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