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Holger Rune advanced to the final in Monte-Carlo last week.

Rune Climbs Following Monte-Carlo Run, Mover Of Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 17 April 2023

The first clay-court ATP Masters 1000 event of the season at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters saw Andrey Rublev lift the title, while several Top 100 stars enjoyed deep runs.

ATPTour.com looks at the movers of the week in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings as of Monday, 17 April 2023.

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No. 7 Holger Rune, +2 (Career High)
The 19-year-old has climbed two spots to a career-high No. 7 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings after he reached his second ATP Masters 1000 final in Monte-Carlo. The Dane was the first teenager to advance to the title match in the Principality since then-19-year-old Rafael Nadal in 2006. He defeated Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev and Jannik Sinner before falling to Andrey Rublev. Read Monte-Carlo Final Report & Watch Highlights.

No. 4 Daniil Medvedev, +1
The 27-year-old has jumped one place after reaching the quarter-finals at the clay-court event. Medvedev, who was competing in Monaco for the first time since 2019, earned a statement win against Alexander Zverev to improve to 8-6 in their ATP Head2Head series.

No. 64 Jan-Lennard Struff, +36
The German reached his first ATP Masters 1000 quarter-final since Cincinnati in 2020 when he advanced to the last eight in Monte-Carlo. The 32-year-old, who arrived in the Principality with just two tour-level wins this season, came through qualifying before upsetting seeds Alex de Minaur and Casper Ruud. Struff has climbed 36 spots to No. 64 following his run.

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Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 3 Casper Ruud, +1
No. 25 Roberto Bautista Agut, +4
No. 36 Jiri Lehecka, +6 (Career High)
No. 49 Jack Draper, +7
No. 51 Nicolas Jarry, +7
No. 61 Ilya Ivashka, +13
No. 81 Alexei Popyrin, +13
No. 84 Stan Wawrinka, +6
No. 93 Daniel Altmaier, +20
No. 98 Alexander Shevchenko, +9 (Career High)