- Novak Djokovic’s appeared in his second Wimbledon Semifinal (while Roger Federer bowed out in the Quarters) helping to bump him up to Number 2.
- While Serena Williams continues to dominate from the Number 1 rank, her sister, Venus dropped two spots to Number 4 after a disappointing run at Wimbledon.
- Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic took Venus William’s spot at Number 2, while Caroline Wozniacki follows her at Number 3.
- Tomas Berdych followed up his upset of Roger Federer in the quarterfinals, upset of Novak Djokovic in the semifinals, and first grand slam final appearance at Wimbledon with a swift move from Number 13 to a career high ranking at Number 8.
- Yen-Hsun Lu jumped 40 spots to Number 42. We’re expecting to see more from this Taiwanese titan who took out Andy Roddick in the fourth round.
- She may have lost both the singles and doubles finals – on the same day – but Vera Zvonareva won a lot of points for her ranking, bumping her from Number 21 to Number 9.
- Andy Roddick dropped two spots to Number 9 after his early-exit upset. Still in the top 10, we’re hoping Andy Roddick can regain momentum with the start of the hard court season.
- Roger Federer fell to Number 3 in the ATP rankings. We’re tired of hearing the analysis of “what’s happened to Roger Federer’s game.” He’s still one of the greatest, if not the greatest, tennis players of all time. After all of his Grand Slam titles and everything he’s done for the sport of tennis, we should all just agree on the following – ranking is just a number.