2017 July

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3 July (e)
Number one ranking changes.
Great Britain Wimbledon (2017)
ATP Challenger Tour
Germany Marburg (2017)
Italy Recanati (2017)
ITF Women's Circuit
Italy Rome (2017)
Karolína Plíšková Number 1 July 2017.png
Despite losing in the second round Karolína Plíšková became world number one after Wimbledon.
10 July (e)
Number one ranking changes.
Great Britain Wimbledon (2017)
ATP Challenger Tour
Germany Braunschweig (2017)
Sweden Båstad (2017)
Roger Federer 2017 Wimbledon.png
Federer won the Wimbledon men's singles for a record eighth time.
Italy Perugia (2017)
United States Winnetka (2017)
Colombia Medellín (2017)
Canada Winnipeg (2017)
ITF Women's Circuit
France Contrexéville (2017)
Hungary Budapest (2017)
Germany Versmold (2017)
ITF Juniors Circuit
Great Britain Wimbledon (2017)
Garbiñe Muguruza 2017 Wimbledon.png
Garbiñe Muguruza won her first Wimbledon title and second major title.
17 July (e)
Number one ranking changes.
United States Newport (2017)
Sweden Båstad (2017)
Croatia Umag (2017)
Romania Bucharest (2017)
Switzerland Gstaad (2017)
John Isner 2017 Newport.png
Isner captured his third title in Newport.
ATP Challenger Tour
Kazakhstan Astana (2017)
Poland Poznań (2017)
Italy San Benedetto del Tronto (2017)
Netherlands Scheveningen (2017)
Canada Gatineau (2017)
ITF Women's Circuit
Kazakhstan Astana (2017)
Czech Republic Olomouc (2017)
Turkey Bursa (2017)
United States Stockton (2017)
2017 Bucharest final.png
Irina-Camelia Begu (left) beat Julia Görges (right) in straight sets to win her fourth title in Bucharest.
24 July (e)
Number one ranking changes.
Germany Hamburg (2017)
United States Atlanta (2017)
Switzerland Gstaad (2017)
Sweden Båstad (2017)
China Nanchang (2017)
John Isner 2017 Atlanta.png
John Isner won his 12th title and 4th title in Atlanta.
ATP Challenger Tour
Canada Granby (2017)
United States Binghamton (2017)
Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo (2017)
Czech Republic Prague (2017)
Finland Tampere (2017)
ITF Women's Circuit
Czech Republic Prague (2017)
Canada Granby (2017)
United States Sacramento (2017)
Kateřina Siniaková 2017 Båstad.png
Siniaková won her 2nd title by beating Wozniacki in straight sets in Båstad.
31 July (e)
Number one ranking changes.
United States Washington, D.C. (2017)
Mexico Cabo San Lucas (2017)
Austria Kitzbühel (2017)
United States Stanford (2017)
ATP Challenger Tour
China Chengdu (2017)
Italy Biella (2017)
Spain Segovia (2017)
United States Lexington (2017)
Czech Republic Liberec (2017)
ITF Women's Circuit
United States Lexington (2017)
2017 Stanford finalists.png
Vandeweghe (left) and Keys (right) contested the Stanford final.

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