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Juan Martin del Potro jumps four places to No. 14 in the Emirates ATP Race to London after his triumph in Stockholm.

Del Potro Surges Into London Contention, Mover Of The Week

ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Top 100 of the Emirates ATP Race To London, as of Monday, 23 October 2017

No. 14 Juan Martin del Potro, +4

A convincing straight-sets triumph over top seed Grigor Dimitrov in the final of the Intrum Stockholm Open lifted Juan Martin del Potro into contention for a return to the Nitto ATP Finals, to be held 12-19 November at The O2 in London. Del Potro secured his 20th ATP World Tour title and jumped four spots to No. 14 in the Emirates ATP Race to London by retaining his Stockholm crown. Read Report.

The Argentine has 2,135 points in the Race, 470 points behind eight-placed Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta. The 29-year-old is looking to secure his first Nitto ATP Finals berth since 2013 as one of the top eight players to qualify for the season finale. He is fourth seed at the Swiss Indoors Basel this week.

No. 5 Grigor Dimitrov, +1

The Bulgarian, who is next in line to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals, improved his chances with a run to his third Stockholm final. It was his first defeat in four ATP World Tour finals this season.

The 26 year old rose one spot above Marin Cilic to No. in the Emirates ATP Race To London with 3,560 points, just 25 points ahead of the Croatian. He could seal his debut berth at the Nitto ATP Finals this week when he the Erste Bank Open 500 in Vienna.

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No. 15 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, +7

A career-best fourth ATP World Tour title of 2017 for the Frenchman has further crowded the battle for Nitto ATP Finals berths. Tsonga’s straight-sets victory over Diego Schwartzman in the European Open final in Antwerp has catapulted him seven spots up to No. 15 in the Emirates ATP Race to London.

The 32-year-old Tsonga had already landed titles in Lyon, Marseille and Rotterdam earlier this year. Tsonga now has 2,055 points in the Race, 550 points behind Carreno Busta. He will attempt to make up ground in Vienna this week.

No. 29 Damir Dzumhur, +10

Damir Dzumhur’s love affair with Russia continued when the Bosnian and Herzegovinian clinched his second ATP World Tour title there on Sunday. The St. Petersburg Open champion improved to 10-0 on Russian soil this season with his VTB Kremlin Cup triumph by overcoming Lithuanian Ricardis Berankis.

With his confidence riding high, it marked Dzumhur’s third ATP World Tour final from his past seven tournaments. He will look to crack further improve on his career-high position in the Emirates ATP Rankings at Vienna this week.

Other Top 100 Movers This Week

No. 64 Federico Delbonis, +6

No. 82 Andreas Seppi, +8

No. 92 Ruben Bemelmans, +24

No. 93 Stefanos Tsitsipas, +26

No. 96 Julien Benneteau, +10

No.98 Mikhail Youzhny, +27