Melbourne VIC, Australia, 10 September 2014 |

There have been plenty of good news stories in terms of Australian player rankings following the US Open.

Nick Kyrgios has vaulted to within a couple of places of the top 50, while thanks to Sam Groth’s jump of seven places after reaching the second round in New York, Australia again has six men inside the top 100.

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Our women are flourishing too – Sam Stosur has returned to the top 20, Casey Dellacqua has hit a career-high mark of No.29 and Jarmila Gajdosova has re-entered the world’s top 100.

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Outside of the US Open, Aussies have been enjoying plenty of success at Challenger and ITF level as well, leading to some impressive rankings gains.

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See below for a table of this week’s most notable movers and shakers:


Player Rise (places) Current ranking Latest results
John Millman 182 No.587 Captured back-to-back Futures titles in Korea before reaching the second round at the ATP Shanghai Challenger – has won 11 of his past 12 matches.
Blake Mott 70 No.516 Secured a career-high ranking this week following on from his finals appearance at the ITF Futures event in Winnipeg, Canada.
Jordan Thompson 59 No.219 Reaching the final of the recent ATP Bangkok Challenger was preceded by a semifinal run at the Winnipeg Futures event, boosting the Sydneysider to a career-high ranking.
Andrew Whittington 49 No.379 The 21-year-old recently reached the final of a Futures tournament in Chinese Taipei, moving him to within striking distance of his career-high ranking of 368th.
Dane Propoggia 29 No.376 Propoggia continues to scale the rankings ladder, his latest countable result being a finals finish at an ITF Futures event in Belarus. It was his fifth Futures final of 2014.


Player Rise (places) Current ranking Latest results
Abbie Myers 267 No.775 The 20-year-old stormed through the draw to win an ITF $10,000 event in Egypt, having the week before reached the semifinals at another Egyptian ITF event as a qualifier.
Anastasia Rodionova 41 No.180 The veteran qualified for the main draw at the US Open and progressed to the second round, returning to the Australian top five in the process.
Alexandra Nancarrow 18 No.424 Nancarrow continues her excellent form at ITF $10,000 level, the latest result being a semifinal in Caslano, Switzerland.