Very little movement at the top this week. Most of the top players on the list only got in 1 or 2 matches. Daniel Gimeno got in a couple to tie Gabriel Moraru at 2nd place.
Roger Federer continued to pull away from the rest of the field. His title in Gstaad extends his win streak to 17 and he rests comfortably on top with a 51-4 record. Alexander Markin continues his good performance in the Ukraine. He won his second consecutive futures and won 22 of his last 23 matches. He moves into second place, passing Andy Roddick. Johan Brunstrom of Sweden is seeing his first action since October of last year and is out to a fast start. He qualified and reached the finals in Denmark F2 last week, moving his record to 17-4 on the year.