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Christopher Eubanks is up 12 spots to No. 31 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after reaching the quarter-finals at Wimbledon.

Eubanks Climbs Following Breakthrough Wimbledon Run, Mover Of Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 17 July 2023

Carlos Alcaraz lifted his second Grand Slam trophy at Wimbledon, where several ATP Tour stars enjoyed impressive runs at the grass-court major. ATPTour.com looks at the movers of the week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings.

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No. 31 Christopher Eubanks, +12 (Career High)
The American has climbed to a career-high No. 31 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after he advanced to his first major quarter-final at Wimbledon. The 27-year-old, who triumphed in Mallorca last month, downed Stefanos Tsitsipas and Cameron Norrie before falling against Daniil Medvedev.

No. 32 Matteo Berrettini, +6
The 27-year-old has moved six places following his fourth-round run at Wimbledon. The Italian entered The Championships without a tour-level win since Monte-Carlo in April, but re-found some of his best grass-court form, defeating Lorenzo Sonego, Alex de Minaur and Alexander Zverev.

No. 43 Roman Safiullin, +49 (Career High)
The 25-year-old came into Wimbledon as World No. 92 with just six tour-level match wins on the season. Four victories later and he left as a Grand Slam quarter-finalist for the first time and at a career-high No. 43. Safiullin.

No. 56 Daniel Elahi Galan, +29 (Career High)
The Colombian made history on London’s lawns when he became the first man from his nation to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon. The 27-year-old, who entered SW19 with just two grass-court tour-level wins in his career, won a five-set third-round thriller against Mikael Ymer before losing against Jannik Sinner.

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Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 14 Tommy Paul, +1 (Career High)
No. 17 Hubert Hurkacz, +1
No. 19 Alexander Zverev, +2
No. 21 Grigor Dimitrov, +3
No. 23 Denis Shapovalov +6
No. 33 Jiri Lehecka, +4 (Career High)
No. 51 Mikael Ymer, +8
No. 58 Sebastian Ofner, +14 (Career High)
No. 65 Quentin Halys, +14
No. 74 Stan Wawrinka, +14
No. 89 Pavel Kotov, +16 (Career High)
No. 92 Ilya Ivashka, +10
No. 97 Facundo Diaz Acosta, +18 (Career High)
No. 100 Juan Manuel Cerundolo, +11