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Lorenzo Musetti cuts his Pepperstone ATP Ranking in half after winning the Hamburg title.

Musetti Breaks Into Top 50, Mover Of Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 25 July 2022

After clinching his maiden ATP Tour title at the Hamburg European Open, #NextGenATP Italian Lorenzo Musetti has broken into the Top 50 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings for the first time. Musetti's championship match opponent, Carlos Alcaraz, has become the second-youngest player in the 21st century to crack the Top 5 with his run to the final in Germany.

ATPTour.com looks at the movers of the week, as of Monday, 25 July.

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No. 31 Lorenzo Musetti, +31 (Career High)
Musetti’s run to the title in Hamburg propels him into the Top 50 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, cutting in half his ranking to No. 31. The 20-year-old overcame Alcaraz in a thrilling #NextGenATP clash on the clay at the ATP 500 event in Germany, where Musetti’s run also included wins against Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and Francisco Cerundolo. Read Hamburg Final Report & Watch Highlights.

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No. 5 Carlos Alcaraz, +1 (Career High)
Despite losing to Musetti, Alcaraz’s upwards trajectory continues. The Spaniard’s run to the final has made him the second-youngest player in the 21st century to crack the Top 5 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, after countryman Rafael Nadal. Alcaraz’s week included wins against Karen Khachanov and Alex Molcan before he fell to Musetti in a roller-coaster three-set final.

No. 24 Francisco Cerundolo, +6 (Career High)
After lifting his first ATP Tour title in Bastad a week ago, Cerundolo backed that up with another strong display on the European clay that lifts him six spots to a career-high No. 24 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings. The 23-year-old Argentine upset second seed Andrey Rublev with the loss of just six games in the second round in Hamburg, where he went on to reach his fourth semi-final of 2022 before falling to eventual champion Musetti.

No. 199 Dominic Thiem, +75
Former World No. 3 Thiem returns to the Top 200 of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after reaching the semi-finals at the EFG Swiss Open Gstaad. The Austrian backed up his quarter-final run in Bastad a week prior with victories against Hugo Gaston, Federico Delbonis and Juan Pablo Varillas in the Swiss Alps, a further sign that the 17-time tour-level titlist is rediscovering his best form after returning to action in March following a nine-month layoff due to a wrist injury.

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Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 23 Karen Khachanov, +3
No. 38 Alex Molcan, +10 (Career High)
No. 49 Pedro Martinez, +3
No. 54 Fabio Fognini, +7
No. 59 Jaume Munar, +4
No. 88 Peter Gojowczyk, +5
No. 99 Daniel Elahi Galan, +14 (Career High)