Andy Murray of Great Britain reacts during the Mens Singles Final against John Isner of the United States on day seven of the BNP Paribas Masters at Palais Omnisports de Bercy on November 6, 2016 in Paris, France. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

There were career-high rankings galore this week on the women's side, while Andy Murray rocketed through the rankings after finally making the quarterfinals of a tournament. The Asian swing is almost over, bringing with it new rankings and title winners. Here are the highest ranking movers for this week. 


Andy Murray

+214 - No. 503 to 289

Andy Murray's long-awaited comeback may finally be gathering steam. After reaching the quarterfinals of the China Open, defeating Cameron Norrie and Matteo Berrettini in the first and second rounds, eventually losing to Dominic Thiem, the Scot became, easily, the highest mover of the week, jumping over 200 places to within the Top 300.


Naomi Osaka

+1 - No. 4 to No. 3

Winning the China Open has put Naomi Osaka back into the Top 3. The No. 4 seed defeated the current world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, despite losing the first set, 3-6. This was her third title win of the season. 


Alison Riske

+4 - No. 24 to No. 20

Alison Riske celebrated a milestone ranking on Monday, breaking the Top 20 for the first time in her career. The American was defeated by Osaka in the second round of the China Open, but she was able to squeak into her career-high ranking after beating Ajla Tomlijanovic in the first round.


Sofia Kenin

+1 - No. 16 to No. 15

Another new best ranking for another American, Sofia Kenin had a strong week in Beijing, reaching the third round in singles and then winning the doubles side with Bethanie Mattek-Sands as her partner. This is a new career-best ranking for the 20-year-old.


Jennifer Brady

+10 - No. 66 to No. 56

Getting through the qualifiers and taking down two top players is something no player should be disappointed in. Brady qualified for the main draw of the China Open, defeating Amanda Anisimova and Madison Keys in the first and second rounds. Even though Bianca Andreescu proved to be too much, she still earned a consolation prize of a new career-high ranking.