Humbert Cracks Top 30, Mover Of The Week
ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the FedEx ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 9 November 2020
No. 30 Ugo Humbert, +4 (Career High)
The Frenchman has risen four places to a career-high of No. 30 in the FedEx ATP Rankings after beating Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Marin Cilic en route to the Rolex Paris Masters quarter-finals (l. to Raonic). The 22-year-old Humbert started the season at No. 57 and lifted his first ATP Tour title at the ASB Classic in Auckland (d. Paire) on 18 January. Humbert added a second trophy to his collection at the European Open crown in Antwerp (d. De Minaur) on 25 October.
No. 4 Daniil Medvedev, +1
Medvedev entered the Rolex Paris Masters with wins in just three of his past eight matches, but the Russian found his best level in the French capital to earn an impressive list of victories. The 24-year-old overcame former Wimbledon finalists Kevin Anderson and Milos Raonic and Nitto ATP Finals qualifiers Diego Schwartzman and Alexander Zverev en route to his third ATP Masters 1000 crown. Medvedev, who is the fourth Russian to triumph at the final Masters 1000 event of the year, jumps one place to No. 4 in the FedEx ATP Rankings. Read Paris Final Report & Watch Highlights.
No. 52 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, +11 (Career High)
The 21-year-old earned four wins from qualifying in Paris to reach the third round of a Masters 1000 tournament for the first time. Davidovich Fokina eliminated 2018 champion Karen Khachanov in the first round to claim his maiden Masters 1000 main draw victory. The Spaniard also defeated Frenchman Benjamin Bonzi in straight sets, before falling to Schwartzman in the third round. Davidovich Fokina leaps 11 positions to a career-high of No. 52.
No. 72 Marcos Giron, +19 (Career High)
The American earned back-to-back three-set wins against Albert Ramos-Vinolas and Matteo Berrettini in Paris to match his best Masters 1000 result. Giron, who did not drop a set in qualifying, was making his first appearance since defeating David Goffin en route to the European Open quarter-finals in Antwerp last month. The 27-year-old improved to 9-9 at tour-level this year and soared 19 spots to a career-high of No. 72.