Ruud Up To Career-High No. 12, Mover Of Week
No. 12 Casper Ruud +2 (Career-High)
The Norwegian has risen two places to a career-high No. 12 in the FedEx ATP Rankings after he completed a clay-court hat-trick by capturing the Generali Open title in Kitzbühel. The 22-year-old, who claimed the Nordea Open and Swiss Open Gstaad crowns in July, has now won 12 straight matches. He is the first player since Andy Murray in October 2011 to win three titles in three consecutive weeks. Read Kitzbühel Final Report & Watch Highlights
No. 30 John Isner, +5
The 36-year-old has jumped five spots after he won his sixth Truist Atlanta Open title. The American is just the fourth active player to lift at least six trophies at a tour-level tournament, joining Roger Federer (seven events), Rafael Nadal (four events) and Novak Djokovic (four events). Read Atlanta Final Report & Watch Highlights
No. 69 Emil Ruusuvuori, +9 (Career-High)
After advancing to his second ATP Tour semi-final in Atlanta (also 2020 Nur-Sultan), the Finn has moved nine places to a career-high No. 69. The 22-year-old defeated the in-form Cameron Norrie en route to the last four before falling to #NextGenATP Brandon Nakashima.
No. 76 Pedro Martinez, +21 (Career-High)
The Spaniard has climbed 21 spots to a career-high No. 76 after he enjoyed a run to his first ATP Tour final in Kitzbühel. The 24-year-old recorded the biggest win of his career by FedEx ATP Ranking when he overcame World No. 16 countryman Roberto Bautista Agut in the second round.
No. 89 Brandon Nakashima, +26 (Career-High)
The 19-year-old #NextGenATP star is on a roll, having reached back-to-back ATP Tour finals as he advanced to the championship match in Atlanta after reaching the final in Los Cabos the week before. On his run, the American claimed a career-best victory over World No. 22 Milos Raonic.
No. 71 Gianluca Mager, +3
No. 79 Arthur Rinderknech, +12
No. 91 Mikael Ymer, +8
No. 95 Benjamin Bonzi, +16