Quebec's Félix Auger-Aliassime remained at number 28 in the newly published ATP rankings on Monday.
Last week, “FAA” lost to China’s Zhizheng Zhang in the second round of the Marseille tournament.
He is the only Canadian representative in the world top 100.
Novak Djokovic continues to dominate the ATP rankings, with the only notable changes coming at the top 20 level.
Building on his win at the 250cc tournament in Marseille against Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, Frenchman Ugo Humbert moved up three places to finish in 18th place.
The American Tommy Paul, who won his game in Dallas, is now 14th (+1) ahead of his compatriots Frances Tiafoe and Ben Shelton and the Russian Karen Khachanov (17th, +1).
Britain's Cameron Norrie, who completes the top 20, lost one place.
Further down the rankings, American Marcos Giron, beaten in Dallas by Tommy Paul, rose 15 places to reach 52nd place in the world rankings.
The Italian Luciano Darderi, winner in Cordoba (ATP 250), is doing even better as he has moved up to 76th place (+60), the best position of his career at 21 years old.
WTA: Rybakina fights for a place and ends up at the bottom of the podium
Kazakh Elena Rybakina, who won the 500 tournament in Abu Dhabi this weekend, finished 4th in the WTA rankings released on Monday, still dominated by Iga Swiatek.
Rybakina easily defeated Russia's Daria Kasatkina (13th) 6-1, 6-4 on Sunday to secure the seventh title of her career, the second of the year after Brisbane.
In the top 20, Kasatkina is one place ahead of Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia. Further down the rankings, Czech and former No. 1 Karolina Pliskova, who won her 17th trophy on the circuit in Cluj-Napoca, moved up 19 places (59th).
The season continues this week with the WTA 1000 tournament in Doha.
Quebec's Leylah Fernandez is ranked 38th in the WTA rankings.