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After another brilliant week of padel at the CDMX Open 2021, we take a look at how the World Padel Tour rankings were affected.
With the upsets and drama in Sweden, the Areco Malmö Padel Open has caused plenty of WPT ranking changes - here are the ones of note.
After the Cordoba Open finished on Sunday afternoon, find out how the World Padel Tour rankings have been shaken up.
The Buenos Aires Padel Master and the Keler Euskadi Open will be key ahead of the Estrella Damm Master Final
Gemma Triay and Lucía Sáinz are now seeds instead of Carolina Navarro and Cecilia Reiter
The twins' victory in Valladolid has brought back some excitement to the women's tour. The Sanchez Alayeto twins have cut down the deficit at the top of the World Padel Tour rankings in what is an exciting battle for first place.
The finalists from the Joma Barcelona Challenger have made the biggest rise in the World Padel Tour rankings this week. There haven't been major changes in the women's ranking.
Franco Stupaczuk and Marcelo Jardim sum points in a tighter than ever ranking. They go up and are seeded couple number 9 now. Reca-Lebrón get up one position and enter the top 10.
With the title won this weekend at the Lisboa Challenger, Matias Marina climbs five positions in the World Padel Tour ranking and gets to the 36th position. The greatest climbs are for the Portuguese players.