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Bernard Tomic improved to 4-2 in ATP World Tour finals after a dramatic finish to the Chengdu Open final on Sunday.

Tomic Back On The Rise, Mover Of The Week

ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Race To London, as of Monday, 1 October 2018

No. 73 Bernard Tomic, +48
Bernard Tomic had been in danger of dropping outside the Top 250 in May this year, but the Australian has worked his way back to 73rd place in the ATP Race To London as a result of capturing his first ATP World Tour title in more than three years (Bogota, July 2015). The 25-year-old saved four match points in the deciding set tie-break to beat Fabio Fognini, currently in 11th position in the ATP Race To London, for the Chengdu Open trophy. Read & Watch Chengdu Final Highlights

Tomic’s rise began in May with a runner-up finish at the Open Du Pays D’Aix (l. to Millman), an ATP Challenger Tour event, followed by a Libema Open semi-final (l. to Gasquet) exit. In early September, he won the Rafa Nadal Open Banc Sabadell (d. Bachinger), which represented his third Challenger crown.

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No. 60 Aljaz Bedene, +14
Aljaz Bedene improved to a staggering 15-2 in ATP Challenger Tour finals, claiming his first title of the year at the prestigious Open d'Orleans. He rallied from a set down and saved a match point for a thrilling 4-6, 6-1, 7-6(6) win over home hope Antoine Hoang. The Slovenian reached his third ATP World Tour final earlier this year at the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires.

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No. 82 Yoshihito Nishioka, +67
Yoshihito Nishioka became the sixth qualifier to win a tour-level title in 2018 at the Shenzhen Open on Sunday, when he beat Pierre-Hugues Herbert 7-5, 2-6, 6-4. The Japanese player soared 67 spots to 82nd place in the ATP Race To London. Only 18 months ago, Nishioka tore his left ACL at the 2017 Miami Open presented by Itaú. Read & Watch Shenzhen Final Highlights

No. 92 Michael Mmoh, +14
The #NextGenATP American completed the month of September with an 11-1 match record and the Wells Fargo Tiburon Challenger trophy (d. Granollers). The 20-year-old also moves into the running for a place at the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan in November. View Latest ATP Race To Milan

Other Notable Top 100 Movers This Week
No. 31 Fernando Verdasco, +3
No. 32 Alex de Minaur, +3
No. 42 Joao Sousa, +6
No. 49 Pierre-Hugues Herbert, +11
No. 51 Taylor Fritz, +6
No. 58 Albert Ramos-Vinolas, +5
No. 78 Cameron Norrie, +4
No. 87 Marcel Granollers, +6