Roko Karanusic did not play last week but Nicolas Almagro did and had a good week, qualifying and reaching the semifinals at Spain F4. So that was a total of six matches and it pulls Almagro to within one of Karanusic. In Nigeria F2, Arnaud Segodo won his second straight title, moving him into third place with a 24-3 record. Timothy Aerts of Belgium also had a good week, winning the title at the third leg of the Switzerland #1 satellite. Those five matches gives Aerts also a total of 27. And rounding out the top 5 is Stefano Pescosolido, the veteran from Italy on the comeback trail. His ranking is low enough that he has to play futures and challengers and he has been doing well in Great Britain. In the first four futures there, he reached the semifinals, finals, semifinals, and finals again. Now last week at the Wrexham challenger, he reached the finals there too. He as done everything but win a title and now has a record of 18-7 for a total of 25 matches. In 6th place is the hot Roger Federer who has reached the semifinals in his last three events and won two of them. He now has 24 matches.
Andre Agassi was still idle but will be in action once again this week in Scottsdale. So for now he remains undefeated. Arnaud Segodo surges up to 4th with a current streak of 16 wins in a row! Wesley Moodie comes off his third title of the year (two futures and now the Wrexham challenger) all in Great Britain. His record is now 19-3 on the year, and one behind him is Karol Kucera with an 18-3 record after his first title at the ATP level since 1999 in Copenhagen.