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Spain's Feliciano Lopez rises from No. 113 to No. 53 in the ATP Rankings after capturing his second Queen's Club title.

Lopez Leaps 60 Spots In ATP Rankings, Mover Of The Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 24 June 2019

No. 53 Feliciano Lopez, +60
The 37-year-old became the oldest champion at the Fever-Tree Championships in the Open Era and the first wild card to lift the trophy at The Queen's Club since Pete Sampras in 1999. Lopez claimed his second trophy at the grass-court ATP 500 tournament following wins against Marton Fucsovics, Milos Raonic, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Gilles Simon.

The Spaniard also became the first player since Mark Philippoussis in 1997 to win both titles in the same year, after lifting the doubles trophy alongside Andy Murray. Lopez jumps 60 positions in the ATP Rankings to No. 53, his highest position since spending his last day in the No. 37 spot exactly one year ago. Read More & Watch Queen's Club Final Highlights.

No. 23 David Goffin, +10
The Belgian advanced to his first tour-level championship match in 19 months at the NOVENTI OPEN. Goffin ousted eighth seed Guido Pella, Radu Albot, second seed Alexander Zverev and MercedesCup champion Matteo Berrettini en route to the championship match, where he fell in straight sets to 10-time champion Roger Federer. The 2017 Nitto ATP Finals runner-up rises 10 spots to No. 23 in the ATP Rankings. Read More & Watch Halle Final Highlights.

No. 25 Gilles Simon, +13
The 34-year-old reached his first ATP Tour final of the season at the Fever-Tree Championships after four three-set victories at The Queen's Club. Simon battled past James Ward, 2015 finalist Kevin Anderson, 2007 runner-up Nicolas Mahut and World No. 13 Daniil Medvedev, before a final-set tie-break loss to Lopez in the championship match. The Frenchman leaps 13 places to No. 25 in the ATP Rankings.

Other Notable Movers
No. 46 Richard Gasquet, +8
No. 56 Leonardo Mayer, -8
No. 57 Philipp Kohlschreiber, -7
No. 69 Steve Johnson, +7
No. 70 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, +7
No. 73 Robin Haase, -7
No. 79 Sam Querrey, -11
No. 81 Jeremy Chardy, -16
No. 91 Matthew Ebden, -11