Both Jelena Ostapenko and Iga Swiatek have made significant advancements in their respective positions within the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rating system. 

With 10,300 ranking points, Swiatek was able to maintain her title as the Qatar Open champion, surpassing Aryna Sabalenka in the process.  

Jelena Ostapenko secured her return to the top 10 rankings by advancing to the Round of 16 in Doha. 

Latvian Karolina Muchova currently holds the 9th position with 3,533 points, surpassing Karolina Muchova's 3,465 points. 

Coco Gauff, Elena Rybakina, and Jessica Pegula rank in the top 5 with 7,100, 6,738, and 4,500 points, respectively. 

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Danielle Collins also made significant advancements in the WTA rankings. Pavlyuchenkova climbed eight spots to reach No. 24 with 1,810 points, returning to the top 25. 

Karolina Pliskova continued her resurgence by climbing 23 positions in the rankings following her performance in the Qatar Open semifinals. 

With a ranking of 10,000 or more points, Swiatek is currently in the 28th week of her career that she has been competing in.  

Karolina Pliskova climbed in the WTA rankings from No. 59 to No. 36 after reaching the semifinals in Doha.