The American is the first 15-year-old in the Top 50 in nearly 15 years.

Even when she doesn’t play, Coco Gauff makes magic. The 15-year-old American jumped two spots in the WTA rankings on Monday and sits at No.49 in the world today, meaning that she has become the first 15-year-old to crack the WTA’s Top 50 since August of 2005.

Bianca Andreescu moved to her previous career-high ranking despite not being in action last week. The Canadian hops up to No.4 in the world.

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Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina, who fell to Simona Halep in Saturday’s Dubai final, also cracks a career-high ranking. The 20-year-old comes in at No.17 this week.

American Jennifer Brady jumps seven spots to reach a career-high of 45 in the rankings. The 24-year-old qualified for Dubai last week and racked up three Top 20 wins en route to the semis.