More French players in the top 100, for the first time since 2019

Victor Perez Darren Carroll/USGA

Víctor Pérez had obtained 22nd place in 2020 at TPC Harding Park…

Update on the men’s and women’s world rankings on the French side but also on the top. The only change within the top 10, the return of Cameron Smith who took advantage of her 4th place in Saudi International to take 9th place. His best career ranking of her!

The Australian’s arrival at 9th place in the mullet cut results in his expulsion from the top 10 Bryson DeChambeauinjured and underperforming at the start of the season.

Note also the drop of Brooks Koepka in 20th place. The American hadn’t been this poorly ranked for 5 years (April 2017)!

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For the first time since June 23, 2019, none of the hexagonal men’s golf representatives are in the world top 100. During the summer of that year, mike lorenzo vera Y benjamin herbert had taken place there before the end of September, following his win at the Dunhill Links Championship, Victor Perez settled there permanently.

The Tarbais lost 10 places and is now in position 104 while Julian Brown moved up 4 places to rank 117.

The most beautiful recovery must be attributed to Matthew Pavon that climbs 40 steps, following his excellent podium in Ras Al Khaimah for his first tournament in 2 and a half months!

Roussin-Bouchard approaching

in girls, Celine boutier recorded a drop of one place (22) while bitch of the court6 places up, getting closer to the top 100 and that Pauline Roussin-Bouchard jumped 53 places and reached a best ranking of 148th. With only 10 tournaments left on the clock, he could very quickly close in on the top 50 when it resumes in late March in California.

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