Movers Of The Week

Eubanks Cracks Top 50, Mover Of The Week looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 3 July 2023
July 03, 2023
Christopher Eubanks lifted his maiden ATP Tour trophy on Saturday at the Mallorca Championships.
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Christopher Eubanks lifted his maiden ATP Tour trophy on Saturday at the Mallorca Championships. By ATP Staff

Francisco Cerundolo and Christopher Eubanks lifted trophies on Saturday at the grass-court events in Eastbourne and Mallorca, respectively. While Argentina's Cerundolo consolidated his place in the Top 20 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, the American Eubanks rose to a career-high No. 43. looks at the movers of the week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings.

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No. 43 Christopher Eubanks, +34 (Career High)
The 27-year-old Eubanks cracked the Top 100 for the first time earlier this year following his quarter-final run at the ATP Masters 1000 in Miami and has continued his breakthrough season. On Saturday, Eubanks earned his maiden ATP Tour title at the Mallorca Championships, where he fended off five match points in a dramatic semi-final against Lloyd Harris to stay alive. The former Georgia Tech University standout then cruised past Adrian Mannarino in the final to make his Top 50 debut.

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No. 15 Tommy Paul, +2 (Joint Career High)
The American Paul was a finalist at the Rothesay International in Eastbourne, where he was aiming for his second tour-level title. The 26-year-old is having a career-best season in which he has competed in two tour-level finals and enjoyed a semi-final run at the Australian Open.

No. 35 Adrian Mannarino, +8
Mannarino continued his strong grass-court form by reaching the final at the Mallorca Championships. Within the past month, the 35-year-old has upset Top-10 players Daniil Medvedev and Taylor Fritz on grass, the surface he won his first tour-level title on in 2019 ('s-Hertogenbosch). Following his run at the ATP 250 event, Mannarino surpassed Ugo Humbert to become the French No. 1.

No. 49 Gregoire Barrere, +8 (Career High)
The Frenchman reached his maiden tour-level semi-final in Eastbourne. A six-time ATP Challenger Tour champion, Barrere ousted fifth seed Nicolas Jarry and eighth seed Miomir Kecmanovic at the grass-court event to make his Top 50 debut. 

Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 45 Yannick Hanfmann, +3 (Career High)
No. 52 Zhang Zhizhen, +2 (Career High)
No. 54, Mackenzie McDonald, +10
No. 59 Mikael Ymer, +2
No. 70 Jordan Thompson, +1
No. 71 Corentin Moutet, +9
No. 75 Luca Van Assche, +4
No. 81 Marc-Andrea Huesler, +2
No. 82 Arthur Rinderknech, +3
No. 87 Aleksandar Vukic, +4 (Career High)
No. 92 Roman Safiullin, +1
No. 95 Thiago Monteiro, +1

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