Zvonareva movin' on up in rankings

Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland kisses the trophy after winning her final match against Vera...

Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland kisses the trophy after winning her final match against Vera Zvonareva of Russia at a WTA tennis event in Carlsbad, California August 7, 2011. (REUTERS/Denis Poroy)

DAVE POLLARD, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 4:49 PM ET

TORONTO - The updated WTA rankings won't be released until Monday but, rest assured, there will be some movement in the top 10 based on the Rogers Cup results.

1. Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark): Holds on to top spot (and will be No. 1 at the U.S. Open) despite losing in the second round.

2. Vera Zvonareva (Russia): Moves up from No. 3 to equal career high even though she was bounced in the third round.

3. Kim Clijsters (Belgium): Drops from second because of a slight abdominal tear that forced her to retire during her second-round match.

4. Victoria Azarenka (Belarus): Semifinalist could move up another spot by winning Rogers Cup title, dropping Clijsters to fourth.

5. Na Li (China): No change even though the French Open champ played just one match in Toronto, a third-round loss to Samantha Stosur.

6. Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic): Wimbledon champ moves up one spot to career-best sixth despite being upset in the third round by Andrea Petkovic.

7. Maria Sharapova (Russia): Third-round loss to qualifier Galina Voskoboeva drops her two spots.

8. Francesca Schiavone (Italy): No change to her ranking even though she, like so many others in Toronto, fell unexpectedly in the third round.

9. Marion Bartoli (France): Tournament's ninth seed was Voskoboeva's first victim in Toronto but maintains her ranking.

10. Andrea Petkovic (Germany): Will stay at 10 unless Samantha Stosur goes one round deeper or Agnieszka Radwanska wins the tourney.


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