Pepperstone ATP Rankings Update

Fils Cracks Top 50, Mover Of Week looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 31 July 2023
July 31, 2023
Arthur Fils broke the Top 50 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after reaching his maiden ATP 500 semi-final in Hamburg.
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Arthur Fils broke the Top 50 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after reaching his maiden ATP 500 semi-final in Hamburg. By ATP Staff

#NextGenATP Frenchman Arthur Fils, 16-time tour-level titlist Stan Wawrinka and Umag winner Alexei Popyrin were among a number of players who made big jumps in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings on Monday after a three-tournament week on the ATP Tour. looks at the movers of the week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings as of 31 July 2023.

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No. 47 Arthur Fils, +24 (Career High)
The 19-year-old Fils has made big strides already this season but his quarter-final win against Casper Ruud at the Hamburg European Open was a further statement that he is ready to compete against the ATP Tour’s elite. Fils dispatched the No. 4-ranked Norwegian 6-0, 6-4 for the biggest win of his career to reach his maiden ATP 500 semi-final. He has jumped 24 spots to No. 47 as a result of his run.

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No. 16 Alexander Zverev, +3
Fils’ semi-final opponent at the clay-court ATP 500 was Alexander Zverev. The German held off the Frenchman before defeating Laslo Djere in the championship match to win the title at his hometown event. After becoming the first German to win the men’s singles title in Hamburg since 1993, Zverev has risen three spots to No. 16.

No. 49 Stan Wawrinka, +23
The former World No. 3 Wawrinka returns to the Top 50 for the first time since October 2021 after reaching the final at the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag. The Swiss defeated fellow seeds Roberto Carballes Baena and Lorenzo Sonego en route to the final, where he was edged by Alexei Popyrin.

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No. 57 Alexei Popyrin, +33 (Career High)
Popyrin was hit by cramp in his right quad when trailing 1-2 in the third set of the final against Wawrinka but the Australian produced a stunning late burst of hitting to claim the Umag crown. Lifting his second ATP Tour title at the ATP 250 in Croatia has propelled the 23-year-old Popyrin 33 spots to a career-high No. 57.

No. 62 Aleksandar Vukic, +20 (Career High)
There was also an Australian finalist at the Atlanta Open, where Vukic charged past Yoshihito Nishioka, local favourite Christopher Eubanks and Ugo Humbert to reach his first tour-level championship match. The 27-year-old also pushed top seed Taylor Fritz to three sets in the final and has risen 20 spots to a career-high No. 62 as a result of his efforts at the hard-court ATP 250.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 29 Christopher Eubanks, +3 (Career High)
No. 36 Ugo Humbert, +2
No. 38 Laslo Djere, +19
No. 51 Daniel Altmaier, +10 (Career High)
No. 53 Zhang Zhizhen, +26
No. 65 Matteo Arnaldi, +11 (Career High)
No. 67 Arthur Rinderknech, +13
No. 68 Luca Van Assche, +9 (Career High)
No. 84 Dominik Koepfer, +4
No. 91 Jaume Munar, +13
No. 100 David Goffin, +11

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