Tunisia's Ons Jabeur becomes first Arab to break into tennis top ten
Dreams do come true 🏆😍— Ons Jabeur (@Ons_Jabeur) May 7, 2022
I love you all!! 🙏🇹🇳
Thank you Madrid, thank you to everyone who came and supported me. I am so grateful. Thank you to my familly and to the best team: Karim, Issam & Mélanie, you guys are amazing! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/3Bge7Qvr6G
Pegula has moved up three places to a career-high of 11th in the world.
Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka slipped four spots to eighth.
The only place in the top 15 not to change hands was the world-number-one spot, with Iga Swiatek still holding a commanding lead at the top of the rankings despite missing Madrid due to injury.