Uros Vico of Italy continues his rise to the top of this category by way of another title and 4 more matches (plus one walkover) at the Italy #8 satellite. He is now at 98 matches on the year, which is second on the list. Andres Pedroso got in 3 more and moves to #4. A host of other Americans who are making the most of the US circuit are also closing in, like Vince Spadea at #14, Huntley Montgomery at #22, and Brian Vahaly at #23.
Andre Agassi suffered a tough week as this category goes. No wins and two losses brought him down to #6. As a result, Wesley Whitehouse creeped up to #4 while Jean-Julien Rojer continues his Caribbean success with a win in Barbados. He moves all the way up to #5 with a 32-7 record.