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Carlos Alcaraz is up to a career-high No. 6 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after winning the Mutua Madrid Open.

Alcaraz Continues Rapid Rise, Mover Of Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 9 May 2022

No. 6 Carlos Alcaraz +3, (Career High)
The Spaniard has jumped three spots to No. 6 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after he captured his second ATP Masters 1000 title at the Mutua Madrid Open. The 19-year-old eliminated Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev en route to the trophy, becoming the first player since David Nalbandian in Madrid in 2007 to defeat three top four stars at a Masters 1000 event. Read Madrid Final Report & Watch Highlights

Alcaraz, who now holds a 5-0 record in ATP Tour finals, is the second-youngest player to win two Masters 1000 titles, after triumphing in Miami in March. Nadal clinched crowns in Monte Carlo and Rome in 2005 when he was 18.

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No. 12 Hubert Hurkacz, +2
The 25-year-old has climbed two places after reaching the quarter-finals in Madrid. The Pole held just a 1-4 record on clay in 2021, but is 6-2 on the surface this season. Hurkacz earned wins over Hugo Dellien, Monte Carlo finalist Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and Dusan Lajovic in the Spanish capital before losing to Novak Djokovic.

No. 48 David Goffin, +12
The Belgian has soared back into the Top 50 thanks to a run to the third round in Madrid. Goffin, who triumphed in Marrakech in April, battled through qualifying before he earned main-draw wins over Aslan Karatsev and Botic van de Zandschulp.

No. 51 Lorenzo Musetti, +12 (Career High)
#NextGenATP Italian Musetti continued his strong clay-court form with a run to the third round at the fourth Masters 1000 event of the season. The 20-year-old, who is 8-4 on the surface this year, defeated Ilya Ivashka and Sebastian Korda on debut in Madrid.

No. 69 Andy Murray, +9
The 34-year-old continues to climb the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after a good showing in Madrid. The former World No. 1 earned impressive victories over Dominic Thiem and Denis Shapovalov to set up a blockbuster meeting with Djokovic. However, Murray was forced to withdraw ahead of the match due to illness.

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Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 37, Sebastian Baez +3 (Career High)
No. 38, Jenson Brooksby +4
No. 60, Benjamin Bonzi +10
No. 64, Dusan Lajovic +13
No. 79, Jiri Lehecka +9 (Career High)