The top 5 continue to be all Spaniards. Roger Federer reached the finals at Rome and breaks into the top 10 at #6. Markus Bayer of Germany also got in 6 matches and is in at #7.
Despite losing in the first round at Rome, Andre Agassi remains #1 with a 23-2 record. Young-Joon Kim, ranked #748 in the world, currently has a 7-1 record after reaching the quarterfinals in Korea F1 and then winning the title last week at Korea F2, defeating 3 seeded players in straight sets. Kim has already won his first round match at Korea F3. Juan Carlos Ferrero and Marcos Baghdatis are also now in the top 10.