Melbourne VIC, Australia, 19 June 2018 |

Matt Ebden was among many Aussie men and women this week enjoying impress gains in the world rankings.

At 30 years of age, the West Australian climbed nine spots to a career-best ranking of No.60 after reaching the semifinals in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.

> ATP rankings

The milestone comes more than four years after his previous of peak of No.61.

Alex De Minaur is not far behind Ebden, jumping 18 places to world No.78 – also a career high – after claiming his first ATP Challenger title in Nottingham.

> Australian rankings

The 19-year-old has cemented his position as the fourth-ranked Aussie man, and has won nine of his past 10 matches on grass.

Jaimee Fourlis was another player enjoying a significant gain; the teenager cracked the top 200 after advancing to the final round of qualifying at the WTA event in Nottingham.

> WTA rankings

Here’s a look at some of the more notable rankings moves for Aussies on the ATP and WTA tours this week:


Player Rank Move Activity
Nick Kyrgios 21 +3 SF Stuttgart ATP
Matt Ebden 60 +9 SF s-Hertogenbosch ATP
Alex De Minaur 78 +18 W Nottingham CH
Bernard Tomic 146 +35 SF s-Hertogenbosch ATP
Alex Bolt 160 +16 R2 s-Hertogenbosch ATP (Q)
Alexei Popyrin 360 +28 QF Lyon CH


Player Rank Move Activity
Sam Stosur 98 +5 R2 Nottingham WTA
Jaimee Fourlis 199 +10 QFR Nottingham WTA
Kimberly Birrell 332 +11 Qualified for Manchester ITF
Naiktha Bains 350 +15 QFR Nottingham WTA
Alison Bai 398 +79 F Changsha ITF

The latest rankings were released on Monday 18 June.