Two-time national champion Chris Hanson and Haley Mendez both reached career high world rankings of No. 62 and No. 43, respectively, in June.
Both players were boosted by strong performances in Atlanta’s CAC Open last month. Hanson defeated U.S. teammate Todd Harrity–who moved up one place to No. 53–to claim what was the largest title of his career, and Mendez reached the largest semifinal of her career in the women’s draw. Hanson climbed a dozen places from No. 74 and Mendez moved up two places from No. 45.
On the women’s side, former world No. 6 Amanda Sobhy moved up three places to return to the world’s top twenty at No. 18. She joins Olivia Blatchford who moved down one place to No. 14.
Further down the rankings, fifteen-year-old Marina Stefanoni moved up three places to a career high of No. 74.
View the complete list of world rankings on psaworldtour.com/rankings.