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Ranking -November 21, 2005

1.Lindsay Davenport (1)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Serena Williams (11)
4.Jill Craybas (47)
5.Amy Frazier (55)
6.Laura Granville (61)
7.Meghann Shaughnessy (66)
8.Mashona Washington (73)
9.Lisa Raymond (74) +1
10.Jamea Jackson (79) -1
11.Shenay Perry (111)
12.Ashley Harkleroad (120)
13.Meilen Tu (121)
14.Marissa Irvin (132)
15.Angela Haynes (134)
16.Lilia Osterloh (136) +1
17.Lindsay Lee Waters (141) -1
18.Bethanie Mattek (151) +1
19.Abigail Spears (157) -1
20.Vania King (162) +4
 

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Ranking -November 28, 2005

1.Lindsay Davenport (1)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Serena Williams (11)
4.Jill Craybas (48)
5.Amy Frazier (55)
6.Laura Granville (61)
7.Meghann Shaughnessy (66)
8.Mashona Washington (72)
9.Lisa Raymond (74)
10.Jamea Jackson (80)
11.Shenay Perry (113)
12.Ashley Harkleroad (119)
13.Meilen Tu (121)
14.Marissa Irvin (130)
15.Angela Haynes (133)
16.Lilia Osterloh (135)
17.Lindsay Lee Waters (141)
18.Bethanie Mattek (149)
19.Abigail Spears (158)
20.Vania King (162)

No change this week in the ranking position
 

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Ranking -December 5, 2005

1.Lindsay Davenport (1)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Serena Williams (11)
4.Jill Craybas (48)
5.Amy Frazier (55)
6.Laura Granville (61)
7.Meghann Shaughnessy (66)
8.Mashona Washington (72)
9.Lisa Raymond (73)
10.Jamea Jackson (80)
11.Shenay Perry (114)
12.Ashley Harkleroad (119)
13.Meilen Tu (121)
14.Bethanie Mattek (123) +4
15.Marissa Irvin (130) -1
16.Angela Haynes (133) -1

17.Lindsay Lee Waters (141)
18.Lilia Osterloh (144) -2
19.Abigail Spears (157)
20.Vania King (162)

Good week for Bethanie who won Palm Beach Gardens 50K$ challenger. She's up 26 places in the world ranking and 4 spots in the american ranking..
In the other hand, Lilia is down 2 places falling in the 1rst round of Palm Beach challenger against Olga Poutchkova: she lost the points she earned in 2005 as quater finalist .
 

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Ranking -January 9, 2006

1.Lindsay Davenport (1)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Serena Williams (13)
4.Amy Frazier (52) +1
5.Jill Craybas (56) -1

6.Laura Granville (60)
7.Meghann Shaughnessy (64)
8.Lisa Raymond (71) +1
9.Mashona Washington (73) -1

10.Jamea Jackson (93)
11.Ashley Harkleroad (109) +1
12.Meilen Tu (119) +1
13.Lindsay Lee Waters (124) +4
14.Marissa Irvin (127) +1
15.Shenay Perry (130) -4
16.Lilia Osterloh (144) +2
17.Bethanie Mattek (123) -3
18.Angela Haynes (133) -2
19. Asha Rolle (166) NEW ENTRY

20.Vania King (162)

Lindsay Lee is the best progression in the US Top 20, breaking the Top 15...just because of the new ranking system (she's up 14 places in the world ranking with 27 tournements played in a year!)
In the other hand, Shenay Perry is down 4 spots at n°15 (she only played 18
tournements).
Lilia Osterloh continues her rise (2 more places eraned ...with 28 tournements in a year)...and Bethanie Mattek is falling from 3 spots (only 17 tournements).
Angela Haynes is also falling in the Top 20 due to a bad ending season in 2005 (familial tragedy...)
A new entry in the Top 20 with Asha Rolle who reached the semi final in Palm Beach Gardens Challenger ($50k) in December.
 

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February Ranking

Ranking -February 6, 2006[/COLOR]

1.Lindsay Davenport (3)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Serena Williams (37)
4.Laura Granville (42) +2
5.Amy Frazier (54) -1
6.Jill Craybas (56) -1

7.Meghann Shaughnessy (60)
8.Lisa Raymond (73)
9.Ashley Harkleroad (83) +2
10.Jamea Jackson (85)
11.Mashona Washington (99) -2
12.Bethanie Mattek (125) +5
13.Lilia Osterloh (132) +3
14.Shenay Perry (134) +1
15.Meilen Tu (135) -3
16.Marissa Irvin (137) -2
17.Vania King (141) +3
18.Asha Rolle (156) +1
19.Angela Haynes (166) -1
20.Jessica Kirkland (184) NEW ENTRY


No change in the national Top 3...but big changes in the world ranking as Lindsay Davenport lost her crown as Best Player in the world and Serena Williams slump at n°37!
Laura Granville is up 2 places in the ranking and back in the world Top 50 with a good australian Campaign (2nd round in Auckland, Quater Final in Hobart and 3rd round in the Australian Open).
Ashley Harkleroad continues her come back breaking the national Top 10 (at n°9) and the world Top 100 (at n°83). 2 good results for Ashley (2nd round in Auckland and Australian Open after qualifying).
A lot of ranking movements from the n°12 to n°19 but no significant results (Bethanie Mattek is up 5 places with nearly the same world ranking as last month).
Special cheering for Vania King, the most youngest to be ranked in the Top 20, she's up 3 spots this month, breaking the world Top 150...
A new entry for Jessica Kirkland who was runner up last week in Waikoloa $50K challenger ousting n°1 seed/n°126 Edina Gallovits in the Semis. Jessica's best world ranking was n°151 in march 2005.
 

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Ranking -February 6, 2006[/COLOR]

1.Lindsay Davenport (3)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Serena Williams (37)
4.Laura Granville (42) +2
5.Amy Frazier (54) -1
6.Jill Craybas (56) -1

7.Meghann Shaughnessy (60)
8.Lisa Raymond (73)
9.Ashley Harkleroad (83) +2
10.Jamea Jackson (85)
11.Mashona Washington (99) -2
12.Bethanie Mattek (125) +5
13.Lilia Osterloh (132) +3
14.Shenay Perry (134) +1
15.Meilen Tu (135) -3
16.Marissa Irvin (137) -2
17.Vania King (141) +3
18.Asha Rolle (156) +1
19.Angela Haynes (166) -1
20.Jessica Kirkland (184) NEW ENTRY


No change in the national Top 3...but big changes in the world ranking as Lindsay Davenport lost her crown as Best Player in the world and Serena Williams slump at n°37!
Laura Granville is up 2 places in the ranking and back in the world Top 50 with a good australian Campaign (2nd round in Auckland, Quater Final in Hobart and 3rd round in the Australian Open).
Ashley Harkleroad continues her come back breaking the national Top 10 (at n°9) and the world Top 100 (at n°83). 2 good results for Ashley (2nd round in Auckland and Australian Open after qualifying).
A lot of ranking movements from the n°12 to n°19 but no significant results (Bethanie Mattek is up 5 places with nearly the same world ranking as last month).
Special cheering for Vania King, the most youngest to be ranked in the Top 20, she's up 3 spots this month, breaking the world Top 150...
A new entry for Jessica Kirkland who was runner up last week in Waikoloa $50K challenger ousting n°1 seed/n°126 Edina Gallovits in the Semis. Jessica's best world ranking was n°151 in march 2005.
:yeah: Thanks for that...Amy Frazier still the #5 Female Tennis Player in the United States at age 33... :worship:
 

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March update

Ranking -MARCH 6, 2006

1.Lindsay Davenport (4)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Amy Frazier (47) +2
4.Laura Granville (52)
6.Jill Craybas (53) +1
6.Serena Williams (58) -3
7.Lisa Raymond (68) +1
8.Ashley Harkleroad (78) +1
9.Meghann Shaughnessy (85) -2

10.Jamea Jackson (90)
11.Shenay Perry (94) +3
12.Mashona Washington (96) -1
13.Vania King (108) +4
14.Bethanie Mattek (115) -2
15.Lilia Osterloh (134) -2
16.Meilen Tu (142) -1
17.Marissa Irvin (145) -1

18.Asha Rolle (148)
19.Angela Haynes (162)
20.Jessica Kirkland (186)

Congrats to Amy who is up 3 spots in the national ranking and back on the world top 50 at the age of 33 :worship: !In february she reached Memphis Tier III $175K semi final falling to eventual champion and 3rd seed/n°47 Sofia Arvidsson.
Serena continues to fall in the world ranking out of the world Top 50 now!! and down 3 places in the national ranking :eek: .
Good month for Shenay Perry who is up 3 places at n°11 and back in the world top 100 after her victory at Las Vega $75K challenger.
The biggest progression of the month is to up coming talent Vania King (+4 and closed to break the Top 100! :bounce: ). She reached her 1rst ever WTA Tour semi final at Bangalore Tier III $175K.

However, this is unacceptable stats for such a big nation as the United States: only 3 girls in the Top 50 :eek: :eek: and a pretty old players such as Lindsay, Amy, Laura, Jill and Lisa (all in the top 10). The only refreshing news is coming from Vania who is improving quickly as a teenage.
 

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Ranking -MARCH 6, 2006

1.Lindsay Davenport (4)
2.Venus Williams (10)
3.Amy Frazier (47) +2
4.Laura Granville (52)
6.Jill Craybas (53) +1
6.Serena Williams (58) -3
7.Lisa Raymond (68) +1
8.Ashley Harkleroad (78) +1
9.Meghann Shaughnessy (85) -2

10.Jamea Jackson (90)
11.Shenay Perry (94) +3
12.Mashona Washington (96) -1
13.Vania King (108) +4
14.Bethanie Mattek (115) -2
15.Lilia Osterloh (134) -2
16.Meilen Tu (142) -1
17.Marissa Irvin (145) -1

18.Asha Rolle (148)
19.Angela Haynes (162)
20.Jessica Kirkland (186)

Congrats to Amy who is up 3 spots in the national ranking and back on the world top 50 at the age of 33 :worship: !In february she reached Memphis Tier III $175K semi final falling to eventual champion and 3rd seed/n°47 Sofia Arvidsson.
Serena continues to fall in the world ranking out of the world Top 50 now!! and down 3 places in the national ranking :eek: .
Good month for Shenay Perry who is up 3 places at n°11 and back in the world top 100 after her victory at Las Vega $75K challenger.
The biggest progression of the month is to up coming talent Vania King (+4 and closed to break the Top 100! :bounce: ). She reached her 1rst ever WTA Tour semi final at Bangalore Tier III $175K.

However, this is unacceptable stats for such a big nation as the United States: only 3 girls in the Top 50 :eek: :eek: and a pretty old players such as Lindsay, Amy, Laura, Jill and Lisa (all in the top 10). The only refreshing news is coming from Vania who is improving quickly as a teenage.
Thanks for that :worship:
 

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Ranking -APRIL, 2006

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution

1.Lindsay Davenport (5)/--/-1
2.Venus Williams (10)/--/-1
3.Jill Craybas (49)/+3/+4
4.Laura Granville (52)/+1/--
5.Amy Frazier (54)/-2/-7
6.Lisa Raymond (75) +1/-7
7.Ashley Harkleroad (78)/+1/--
8.Jamea Jackson (90)/+2/+8

9.Meghann Shaughnessy (84)/--/+1
10.Mashona Washington (85)/+2/+11
11.Shenay Perry (87)/--/+7
12.Serena Williams (88)/-6/-30
13.Vania King (108)/--/+18
14.Bethanie Mattek (104)/--/+11
15.Lilia Osterloh (130)/--/+4
16.Meilen Tu (142)/--/+6
17.Asha Rolle (148)/+1/+4
18.Marissa Irvin (145)/-1/-33

19.Angela Haynes (162)/--/-22
20.Tiffany Dabek (189)/NEW ENTRY


No change in the national ranking lead of course with Lindsay and venus still in the world top 10.
Jill is up 2 places and back in the world Top 50 after a very good run in Miami whereshe creates one of the biggest upset ousting world n°2 Kim Klijters. Giving her confidence to play great tennis to beat n°29 Klara Koukalova before loosing to Jie Zheng.
Good ranking evolution for Jamae too who is up 2 places in the national ranking and 8 in the world ranking and not fat away from her best (n°73). She reached the 3rd round in Miami with a convincing victory over n°28 Gisela Dulko before falling to Nadia Petrova.
Mashona Washington is back to the National Top 10 and 11 places up in the world ranking. 2 times in a row she made it to the 2nd round at Indian Wells (victory over n°61 Maria Sanchez Lorenzo) and in Miami after qualifying.
One of the biggest slump of the months with Serena down 6 places in the national and 30 places in the world! Her main current motivation is not competing and she seems to prefer to show off on the premiere's event red carpet.
Vania and Bethanie doesn't move in the national ranking but keep improving: Vania already broke the world Top 100 and Bethanie is about to do it.
Marissa Irvin is the biggest slump of the months in the world ranking loosing 33 spots without playing (she lost her 2005 Miami points where she reached the 3rd round).
Angela is trying to come back with no real success right now loosing in the 1rst round of the qualies in Miami and Indian Wells. Maybe she should focusing on playing chalengers event like she did in Las Vegas last months.
Tiffany is the new entry of the month. She played a challenger in march reaching the quaterfinal loosing to n°257 Kelly Liggan.
 

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Ranking -As May 1, 2006

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution

1.Lindsay Davenport (7)/--/-2
2.Venus Williams (13)/--/-3
3.Jill Craybas (40)/--/+9
4.Laura Granville (51)/--/+1
5.Amy Frazier (53)/--/+1
6.Meghann Shaughnessy (74)/+3/+10
7.Ashley Harkleroad (78)/--/--
8.Jamea Jackson (80)/--/+10
9.Lisa Raymond (75)/-3/-11
10.Mashona Washington (87)/--/-2
11.Shenay Perry (88)/--/-1
12.Vania King (92)/+1/+16
13.Serena Williams (88)/-1/-18

14.Bethanie Mattek (109)/--/-5
15.Lilia Osterloh (119)/--/+11
16.Meilen Tu (120)/--/+22
17.Asha Rolle (157)/--/-9
18.Tiffany Dabek (184)/+2/+5
19.Marissa Irvin (189)/-1/-44
20.Angela Haynes (191)/-1/-29


Another desapointing months for the american players. The top players are down a couple of places in the WR and the cut for the Top 20 is now closed to n°200.
In the Top 10 NR, good news from Meghann who played pretty well in April Her 58 position in the Race proves that she's a little be underanked. At Amelia Island Tier I, Meghann reached the 3rd round ousting 16th seed/n°31 french Bartoli en route before losing to Top seed/n°7 Petrova. At Charleston Tier I, she was unlucky to play resurgent russian 2nd seed/n°10 Kuznetsova in the 2nd round. However, dur to her very poor 2005 season, these results made her rise 10 places in the WR.
Jamea is keeping her 8th position in the NR but she's also up 10 spots in the WR reaching the 2nd round at Charleston Tier 1 with a victory over 15th seed/n°36 Peschke before falling to erratic n°90 Sprem.
Lisa in down 3 places in the NR and 11 on the WR despite a good victory over n°39 indian star Mirza before losing to 2nd seed/n°9 Schnyder at Amelia Island Tier I. AT Charleston Tier I, early exit against wc n°303 Neha Uberoi!
Vania is definitively the only rising player of this Top 20. She broke the Top 100 for the 1rst time this month. At Indian Wells, she run to the 3rd round ousting 16th seed/n°27 Koukalova before falling to talented chinese n°70 Li. At Charleston, she performed a good victory over n°57 Bammer before losing to 20th seed/n°21 russian Kirilenko. Vania recorded her Best ranking (n°90 this month).
Serena is now out of the Top 100...with no real declared intention to come back strongly within a couple of months. She's still on the spotlight..for partying!
No NR rising for Lilia but she's up 11 places after a SF at Dothan $75K where she lost to eventual champion 3rd seed/n°111 Fedak.
Meilen is back to the world Top 120 and up 22 places (the best progression of the month) with good results on the WTA Tour. At Amelia Island, she reached the 2nd round of the qualies with a victory over 14th seed/n°117 Birnerova before falling to 8th seed/n°103 Savchuk. Much more convincing at Charleston Tier I, Meilen made it to the 2nd round of the main draw as a qualifer. In the qualies, she ousted 17th seed/n°120 Bohmova and 13th seed/n°128 Lepchenko. In the main draw, she beat compatriot n°54 Frazier before losing to 3rd seed/n°9 Schnyder.
Tiffany is up 2 spots in the NR especially because Marissa and Angela continue to slump in the WR. Marissa hasn't been playing since the beginning of the year. Angela tried to get confidence back competing in the ITF Tour but lost in the 2nd round at $25K Jackson vs qualifer n°348 Melikishvili and vs 5th seed/n°131 Osterloh at Dothan $75K in the 1rst rd.
 

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June update

Ranking -As May 29, 2006

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution


1.Lindsay Davenport (7)/--/--
2.Venus Williams (13)/--/--
3.Laura Granville (48)/+1/+3
4.Jill Craybas (52)/-1/-12
5.Meghann Shaughnessy (56)/+1/+18
6.Amy Frazier (62)/-1/-9
7.Ashley Harkleroad (79)/--/-1
8.Lisa Raymond (81)/+1/+5
9.Jamea Jackson (82)/-1/-2

10.Mashona Washington (89)/--/-2
11.Vania King (91)/+1/+1
12.Shenay Perry (92)/-1/-4
13.Bethanie Mattek (102)/+1/+7
14.Serena Williams (108)/-1/-2

15.Lilia Osterloh (115)/--/+4
16.Meilen Tu (119)/--/+1
17.Asha Rolle (157)/--/--
18.Angela Haynes (188)/+2/+3
19.Tiffany Dabek (190)/-1/-6
20.Sunitha Rao (193)/--/ NEW ENTRY



Laura is taking the bronze medal this week, back in the WR Top 50 and 3rd in the USA. She played a challenger tournement in may and won it as Top seed.
Meghann continues to impress in her come back , she's now close to the world Top 50. She played 3 tournements. 1rst at Prague where she reached the 2nd rd falling to 6th seed/n°57 Camerin. The week after, she captured her 4th title (and 1rst in over 3 years!) at Rabat with victories over 9th seed/n°79 and 8th seed/n°76 respectively in SF and in final. At least, she played Istanbul upsetting 3rd seed/n°29 Chakvetadze before losing to n°65 Yakimova.
Amy keeps slumping in the WR and NR...ot seems that she's closer and closer to the end of her career.
Bethanie is still on the way to break the Top 100! and she's overtaking Serena in the NR.
Sunitha is back to the National top 20! She reached the QF at Charlottesville $50K beating 4th seed/n°138 Pooutchkova before falling to surprising runner up n°396 Cibulkova.
 

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September Update

Ranking -As Septembre 11, 2006

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution

1.Lindsay Davenport (12)/--/-5
2.Meghann Shaughnessy (41)/+3/+15
3.Shenay Perry (42)/+9/+50

4.Venus Williams (43)/-2/-29

5.Jamea Jackson (47)/+4/+35
6.Jill Craybas (52)/-2/--
7.Amy Frazier (59)/-1/+3

8.Laura Granville (77)/-5/-29

9.Vania King (85)/+2/+6
10.Meilen Tu (86)/+6/+33
11.Serena Williams (94)/+3/+14

12.Lisa Raymond (105)/-4/-24
13.Ashley Harkleroad (106)/-6/-27
14.Bethanie Mattek (109)/-1/-7

15.Lilia Osterloh (116)/--/-1
16.Asha Rolle (153)/+1/+4
17.Mashona Washington (161)/-7/-72
18.Ansley Cargill (187)/NEW ENTRY
19.Angela Haynes (191)/-1/-3
20.Jessica Kirkland (196)/NEW ENTRY


No change at the top of the American Ranking. Lindsay is the n°1 but the crisis in american tennis is growing up with no player in the Top 10 :eek: .

Meghann in back in the world Top 50 and americna n°2 after a good summer where she reacehd the QF at Los Angeles (victories over n°17 Dechy and n°49 Vesnina), won Forest Hills (vicories over n°45 Vesnina and n°43 Dominguez Lino).

Jamea is the most impressive rise in the NR (+6). She performed her 1rst WTA tour final at Birmingham (wins over n°36 Koukalova, n°30 Jankovic, n°29 Likhovtseva and n°4 Sharapova!!). After that, she reached several times the 2nd rd of many tournements (San Diego, Montreal as a qualifer, and US Open). She broke the Top 50 for the 1rst time.

Meilen had also a breakthrough week at Birmingham reaching the Semi final (victories over n°41 Mirza and n°27 Bartoli) and made it to the 2nd rd at wimbledon and San diego (win n°57 Granville). She's been reaching her best ranking for 3 years.

The biggest slump is for Mashona (-72 places in the WR) who won only 2 matches this summer and didn't play at the USO.
Venus and Laura also lost merely 30 places in the WR. Venus lost her wimbledon 2005 points as winner...losing in the 3rd round this year vs n°29 Jankovic and didn't play since Wimbledon. As far sa Laura is concerned, excepted a 3rd rd at Montreal (victory over n°27 Sugyama), she spent hard time on the american tour with pretty draw.

Ansley is one of the new entry of the summer. That former n°90 in the world (3 years ago) won 2 ITF titles at Hammond $50K (wins over n°134 Poutchek and n°193 Perebiynis) and Vancouver $25K. At the USO she reached the final rd of the qualies (victories over n°122 Gallovits and n°186 Voracova).

Jessica is the 2nd to come back in the top 20...more because the Top 20 is lower than 3 months ago than because of her results. She reached the quater final at Grado $25K and won a coule of mathes in the qualies of 2 bog tournements (2nd rd of the qualies at Stanford beating n°90 Tu and at san Diego).
 

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Update 30 of Ocober, 2006

Ranking -As Septembre 11, 2006

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution

1.Lindsay Davenport (18)/--/-6
2.Meghann Shaughnessy (37)/--/+4
3.Shenay Perry (46)/--/-4
4.Jamea Jackson (47)/+1/--
5.Venus Williams (52)/-1/-9
6.Vania King (53)/+3/+32
7.Jill Craybas (72)/-1/-20
8.Laura Granville (75)/--/+2
9.Amy Frazier (76)/-2/-17
10.Meilen Tu (87)/--/-1
11.Ashley Harkleroad (89)/+2/+17
12.Serena Williams (95)/-1/-1
13.Bethanie Mattek (101)/+1/+8
14.Lisa Raymond (107)/-2/-2
15.Lilia Osterloh (121)/--/-5
16.Ahsha Rolle (133)/--/+20
17.Angela Haynes (169)/+2/+22
18.Mashona Washington (170)/-1/-9
19.Abigail SPEARS (181)/NEW ENTRY
20.Jessica Kirkland (195)/--/+1


Best progression and closed to break the national ranking, Vania gives a little bit of fresh for american tennis. She's up 3 places in the NR and more that 30 spots in the world ranking. She captured her ever 1rst WTA tour title at Bankhok upsetting 4 seed/n°39 Safarova, 8 seed/n°51 Kostanic and 6 seed/n°43 Shaughnessy en route and WC/n° come backer Tanasugarn. Before that breakthrough, she also reached the 2nd rd at Tokyo ousting n°53 Bremond.

Ashley is back to the world Top 100 at n°89 focusing on the american ITF circuit in October. she reached the SF at Troy $50K, won her 1rst ITF ot the year at San Fransisco $50K (ousting Top seed/n°74 Granville en route) and QF at Houston $50K.

Ahsha is up 20 spots in the WR and broke her ranking record (n°131-september 25, 2006) winning her 1rst ITF title of the year at Albuquerque $75K (upsetting 3rd seed/n°124 Dubois, Top seed/n°76 Granville and 6th seed/n°131 Brandi). Like Ashley, she concentrated on the american ITF circuit with reaaly smart results: semi finalist at Ashland $50K (vicotry over 3rd seed/n°102 Kutuzova), runner up at Troy $50K (2nd victory in a row over 4th seed/n°134 Brandi, 2nd seed/n°105 Harkleroad).

Angela is fighting to recover her level who made her reached the Top 100 in august 2005 (n°95). Due to her lower ranking, she's aloso competing on the ITF circuit reaching 2 QF at Troy and San Francisco $50K challengers, and a SF at Houston $50K (win vs n°91 Harkleroad).

Jill and Amy are the biggest slumps. Jill lost 3 times in a row in the 1rst rd at Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo WTA events due to unfortunate toss (2 times losing to in form and recent new Top 20 player Bartoli and Zheng). Last week, she found the way back to vistories reaching the QF at Linz ousting 7th seed/n°56 Dulko en route. As far as Amy is concerned, it seemsthat she's nearly at the end of her career with lighter program: she hasn't been playing since the USO.

NEW ENTRY for Abigail who was Top 70 player in 2005 who reached several times the 2nd rd of the tournements she commited (Kolkhata and Tokyo WTA events, Houston $50K challenger), and one QF at Tokyo $50K challenger.
 

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Re: Update as of 5 february, 2007

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution

1.Serena Williams (15)/+11/+80
2.Lindsay Davenport (36)/-1/-18
3.Meghann Shaughnessy (41)/-1/-4
4.Shenay Perry (50)/-1/-4
5.Venus Williams (51)/--/+1
6.Jamea Jackson (60)/-2/-13
7.Vania King (53)/-1/-12
8.Jill Craybas (67)/-1/+5
9.Meilen Tu (71)/+1/+16
10.Laura Granville (75)/-2/+2
11.Ashley Harkleroad (82)/--/+7
12.Bethanie Mattek (101)/+1/-20
15.Lilia Osterloh (124)/+2/-3
16.Ahsha Rolle (128)/--/+5
17.Abigail SPEARS (138)/+2/+43
18.Amy Frazier (152)/-9/-76
19.Lisa Raymond (178)/-5/-71
20.Carly Gullickson (193)/NEW ENTRY
 

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Re: Update as of March 19, 2007

Nation Ranking/Name/World rank./Nation Rank. Evolution/World Rank.Evolution

1.Serena Williams (18)/--/-3
2.Venus Williams (39)/+4/+12
3.Meghann Shaughnessy (43)/--/-2
4.Meilen Tu (52)/+5/+19
5.Jill Craybas (60)/+3/+7
6.Lindsay Davenport (62)/-4/-36
7.Laura Granville (67)/+3/+8
8.Shenay Perry (70)/-4/-20
9.Jamea Jackson (73)/-3/-13
10.Vania King (78)/-3/-15
11.Ashley Harkleroad (95)/--/-13
12.Ahsha Rolle (113)/+4/+15
13.Abigail SPEARS (120)/+4/+18
14.Bethanie Mattek (122)/-2/-11
15.Lilia Osterloh (139)/--/-15
16.Julie Ditty (190)/NEW ENTRY
17.Raquel Kops Jones (191)/NEW ENTRY
18.Carly Gullickson (198)/+2/-5
19.Amy Frazier (201)/-1/-49
20.Neha Uberoi (211)/NEW ENTRY
 
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