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Roberto Bautista Agut owns a 28-12 tour-level record this season.

Bautista Agut Matches Career-High, Mover Of The Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 15 July 2019

No. 13 (Joint Career-High) Roberto Bautista Agut, +9
The Spaniard became the sixth Spanish man to reach the semi-finals at Wimbledon after dropping just one set en route to the last four. Bautista Agut advanced to his first Grand Slam semi-final with consecutive victories against Karen Khachanov, Benoit Paire and Guido Pella. After delaying his bachelor party in Ibiza, the 31-year-old fell to eventual champion Novak Djokovic in four sets. Bautista Agut rises nine spots to equal his career-high ATP Ranking of No. 13, first achieved on 17 October 2016.

No. 10 (Career-High) Daniil Medvedev, +3
Medvedev reached the third round at Wimbledon for the second straight year to improve to 30-14 at tour-level this season. The Russian claimed wins against Paolo Lorenzi and Alexei Popyrin, before a five-set loss to David Goffin. As a result of his run to the third round, Medvedev jumps three positions to enter the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings for the first time at No. 10.

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No. 18 David Goffin, +5
The man who defeated Medvedev in the third round backed up his win against the four-time tour-level titlist with a four-set victory against Fernando Verdasco. Goffin’s maiden run to the last eight at Wimbledon, a first major quarter-final appearance since the 2017 Australian Open, came to an end at the hands of World No. 1 Novak Djokovic. The Belgian climbs to No. 18 in the ATP Rankings, his highest position since occupying the No. 12 spot on 4 November 2018.

No. 39 Sam Querrey, +26
The 31-year-old advanced to his third Wimbledon quarter-final in four years, improving his record at the All England Club to 23-12. Querrey battled past fourth seed Dominic Thiem in the first round before victories against Andrey Rublev, John Millman and Tennys Sandgren. Despite a straight-sets loss to Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals, the American soars 26 places to No. 39 in the ATP Rankings.

Other Notable Movers
No. 26 Fernando Verdasco, +11
No. 45 Mikhail Kukushkin, +13
No. 48 (Career-High) Ugo Humbert, +18
No. 56 Joao Sousa, +13
No. 62 Adrian Mannarino, -20
No. 64 Nicolas Jarry, -11
No. 69 Philipp Kohlschreiber, -12
No. 71 Juan Ignacio Londero, -11
No. 72 Tennys Sandgren, +22
No. 88 Thiago Monteiro, +25
No. 91 (Career-High) Alexei Popyrin, +10
No. 94 Hugo Dellien, -11
No. 96 Mackenzie McDonald, -26
No. 97 (Career-High) Brayden Schnur, +15
No. 100 Denis Kudla, +11