Denis Shapovalov rockets up 76 places into the Top 100 of the Emirates ATP Rankings at No. 67.

Shapovalov Soars 76 Spots, Mover Of Week

ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Top 100 of the Emirates ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 14 August 2017

No. 67 Denis Shapovalov, +76
Shapovalov began the year at No. 250 in the Emirates ATP Rankings. Today, after reaching the Coupe Roger semi-finals, he broke into the Top 100 at No. 67. The 18-year-old lefty knocked out established players all week, including Juan Martin del Potro, Rafael Nadal and Adrian Mannarino. The #NextGenATP Canadian is in good position to make the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, to be held 7-11 November. By becoming the youngest ATP World Tour Masters 1000 semi-finalist (since 1990), Shapovalov rose to fourth place in the Emirates ATP Race to Milan, which will determine seven of the eight 21-and-under players who compete at the inaugural tournament.

No. 7 Alexander Zverev, +1
Zverev may be #NextGenATP, but he’s very much the present. In lifting his fifth trophy of the year – and sixth title overall – at the Coupe Rogers, the 20-year-old German rose one spot to a career-high No. 7. He claimed a second consecutive ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title (also Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome), becoming the first player outside the ‘Big Four’ to win multiple Masters 1000 crowns in the same season since David Nalbandian 10 years ago. Zverev, the leader of the Emirates ATP Race To Milan, became the first player to qualify for the Next Gen ATP Finals as a result of reaching the Montreal title match. Buy Tickets

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No. 27 Kevin Anderson, +5
The amiable South African is getting back to where he wants to be, determined and focused after a long road back from injury. Having reached the Citi Open final in Washington, D.C. (l. to Zverev) last week, Anderson made a run to the Montreal quarter-finals, where he lost to the same player. In moving up five positions to No. 27, Anderson returns to the Top 30 for the first time since 22 August 2016. He spent one week as a member of the Top 10, at No. 10, on 12 October 2015.

No. 35 Robin Haase, +17
The star of many a players’ party at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, where he reached the 2012 quarter-finals during a career-best year, is now two spots off his career-high (No. 33 on 30 July 2012). Haase advanced to his first semi-final at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 level in Montreal, where he lost to Roger Federer. At the age of 30, the Dutchman’s belief is growing and his hard work is paying off.

No. 49 Hyeon Chung, +7
The South Korean began 2017 at No. 104 in the Emirates ATP Rankings and this week makes his Top 50 debut at No. 49 having beaten Feliciano Lopez and David Goffin en route to the Montreal third round (l. to Mannarino). The #NextGenATP is also No. 7 in the Emirates ATP Race To Milan.

Other Top 100 Movers This Week
No. 50 Borna Coric, +5
No. 60 Jared Donaldson, +6
No. 61 Yen-Hsun Lu, +9
No. 63 Pierre-Hugues Herbert, +6
No. 70 Dudi Sela, +7
No. 76 Ernesto Escobedo, +9
No. 81 Norbert Gombos, +7
No. 85 Thomas Fabbiano, +6
No. 93 Mikhail Youzhny, +5
No. 99 Sergiy Stakhovsky, +16

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