There is now a three-way tie for second place as three players have 66 matches on the year. Igor Andreev, Julien Jeanpierre, and Mario Radic all have 66 matches. Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France jumps to #7 while Jiri Novak jumps 8 spots to #8 after reaching the semifinals in Toronto. Fernando Verdasco of Spain continues his good year with a finals appearance at the Segovia challenger. And American Ryan Sachire breaks into the top 10 after a title in USA F21 and a semifinals appearance in USA F22.
Brandon Wagner takes over sole possession of first place for now as Cristian Villagran returned from injury and reached the quarterfinals before losing for the first time this year. He is now 13-1. Tati Rascon was also in action again as was Matias Boeker but they both lost early, allowing Andre Agassi to get back to #4. Miles MacLagan is having a good comeback and it was capped off with a big week last week, qualifying for and taking the title at Egypt F2. He now has a 35-7 record, which is 6th best on the year. African veteran Claude N'Goran has had a good run at the West Africa satellite, and won the title in last week's leg. This gets him into the top 10 with an 18-4 record. Phillip King is in a virtual tie for 10th place after taking the title last week in USA F22.