Movers Of The Week

Sinner hits career-high No. 2, Mover of Week looks at the top Movers of the Week in the PIF ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 1 April 2024
April 01, 2024
Jannik Sinner has risen to a career-high World No. 2 after his victory at the Miami Open presented by Itau.
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Jannik Sinner has risen to a career-high World No. 2 after his victory at the Miami Open presented by Itau. By ATP Staff

Jannik Sinner’s surge to the top of the PIF ATP Rankings continued at the Miami Open presented by Itau, where the 22-year-old Italian charged to his second ATP Masters 1000 crown. looks at the movers in the PIF ATP Rankings as of Monday, 1 April.

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No. 2 Jannik Sinner, +1 (Career High)
Sinner dropped just one set en route to the title at Hard Rock Stadium, where he became the first Italian to claim multiple Masters 1000 trophies. Having already won his first Grand Slam at January’s Australian Open and an ATP 500 in Rotterdam in Rotterdam, the Italian’s third tour-level triumph of the year has lifted him above rival Carlos Alcaraz to a career-high No. 2 in the PIF ATP Rankings.

No. 9 Grigor Dimitrov, +3
Despite a straight-sets defeat to Sinner in the championship match, Grigor Dimitrov continued his resurgence of the past 12 months with some high-class displays in Miami. The Bulgarian dispatched Top 10 opponents Hubert Hurkacz, Alcaraz and Alexander Zverev in consecutive matches to reach his third Masters 1000 final. He has returned to the Top 10 himself for the first time since October 2018 as a result.

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No. 38 Fabian Marozsan, +19 (Career High)
A breakout ‘Sunshine Double’ for Fabian Marozsan has seen the Hungarian rise to a career-high World No. 38. The Hungarian backed up his fourth-round run in Indian Wells by reaching his second Masters 1000 quarter-final in Miami. The 24-year-old downed Top 10 stars Holger Rune and Alex de Minaur en route.

No. 43 Tomas Machac, +17 (Career High)
Another first-time Masters 1000 quarter-finalist in Miami was Tomas Machac. Highlights of the Czech’s run included beating World No. 6 Andrey Rublev in the second round before battling past two-time Miami champion Andy Murray in the third round. Although Sinner proved too strong in the pair’s last-eight clash, Machac has risen 17 spots to a career-high World No. 43.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 14 Ugo Humbert, +1 (Joint Career High)
No. 16 Ben Shelton, +1
No. 35 Matteo Arnaldi, +3 (Career High)
No. 39 Jack Draper, +3
No. 58 Christopher O’Connell, +8
No. 66 Thiago Seyboth Wild, +10
No. 75 Luca Nardi, +21 (Career High)
No. 77 Pedro Martinez, +11
No. 93 Roberto Bautista Agut, +7
No. 99 Corentin Moutet, +8

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