Ferrer Back On The Rise, Mover Of Week
ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Top 100 of the Emirates ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 24 July 2017
No. 33 David Ferrer, +13
Former World No. 3 Ferrer kept his emotions in check to capture his third SkiStar Swedish Open title on Sunday, marking his first trophy since October 2015 at the Erste Bank Open 500 in Vienna. The Spaniard rose 13 places to No. 33 with his 27th tour-level crown. He is fifth in the active title-leaders list, behind only the ‘Big Four’. Read Report
No. 49 Andrey Rublev, +25
#NextGenATP Rublev soared 25 spots to break into the Top 50 of the Emirates ATP Rankings as a result of securing his first ATP World Tour title at the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag (d. Lorenzi). Read Report
The 19 year old also moved up to No. 3 in the Emirates ATP Race To Milan for a spot at the Next Gen ATP Finals in November. More & Buy Tickets
No. 67 Alexandr Dolgopolov, +22
Dolgopolov saved two match points in his 7-6(2) deciding set quarter-final win over #NextGenATP Karen Khachanov en route to the SkiStar Swedish Open final, where he lost to Ferrer. The Ukrainian was rewarded for a place in his eighth ATP World Tour final (3-5 record) with a 22-place rise to No. 67. It's his highest position since 20 March 2017.
No. 71 Andrey Kuznetsov, +17
The Russian reached his third ATP World Tour semi-final of the year (also the Sydney International and Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open) in Bastad (l. to Dolgopolov) to move up 17 places to his highest ranking since 10 April 2017.
No. 84 Alessandro Giannessi, +20
The Italian, who first broke into the Top 100 at No. 99 on 19 June 2017, advanced to his first ATP World Tour semi-final in Umag (l. to Lorenzi), where he contested four straight three-set matches. The 27 year old jumped to a career-high of No. 84 with a 20 place rise.