Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Stosur remain Australia's top-ranked players, while Casey Dellacqua storms back into the top 100.
Veteran Lleyton Hewitt remains Australia’s top-ranked male after climbing two spots to No.41, while Bernard Tomic slipped eight places to 65th.
Tomic is now only the fourth highest-ranked Australian, behind Hewitt, Marinko Matosevic (55) and Mathew Ebden (61).
Teen star Nick Kyrgios improved his place on the rankings by 21 to 162nd, with good friend Thanasi Kokkinakis up 169 spots to No.401.
In the women’s rankings, Sam Stosur is unchanged at No.17, Storm Sanders jumps rom 219 to 212 and Olivia Rogowska moves from 140 to 169.
But the biggest mover was Casey Dellacqua who is back inside the top 100. Dellacqua improved from No.120 to No.80 thanks to her fourth-round showing at the Australian Open.