Not much change here in the way of standings. The top players each played two or three matches this past week. Juan Giner is now up to 105 matches while countryman Guillermo Garcia-Lopez cracks 90.
Two of the top players in this category were to both be in action last week: Cristian Villagran and Tati Rascon. Rascon withdrew and Villagran went down in the first round. So that allows Rascon to take over 2nd place and is now 39-6 to Villagran's 37-6. A new entry to the top 10 is 27-year-old Aussie, John James, who qualified for the first two legs of Australia #2 satellite only to lose in the first round, but in the third week, he qualified again and this time reached the finals. That gives him a 16-3 record so far in the satellite and on the year.