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Stefanos Tsitsipas rises to a career-high No. 7 in the ATP Rankings after contesting his second ATP Masters 1000 final on Sunday.

Tsitsipas Continues His Rise, Mover Of The Week

ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 13 May 2019

No. 7 (Career High) Stefanos Tsitsipas, +2
The 20-year-old #NextGenATP star continued his rise up the ATP Rankings to a career-high No. 7 after reaching his second ATP Masters 1000 final of his career at the Mutua Madrid Open (l. to Djokovic). A winner at the Millennium Estoril Open (d. Cuevas) the previous week, Tsitsipas beat defending champion Alexander Zverev in the Madrid quarter-finals and five-time former titlist Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals, before his eight-match winning streak came to an end. Earlier in the year, the Greek lifted the Open 13 Provence (d. Kukushkin) trophy and also advanced to the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships final (l. to Federer). Read More & Watch Madrid Final Highlights

No. 4 (Joint Career High) Dominic Thiem, +1
The 25-year-old Austrian begins his fourth week at No. 4 in the ATP Rankings, a position he first held on 11 June 2017 following his first runner-up finish at Roland Garros. Thiem beat Reilly Opelka, Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters winner Fabio Fognini and saved two match points to beat three-time former champion Roger Federer in the Madrid quarter-finals. He has been an ever-present member of the Top 10 since 6 June 2016.

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No. 29 Stan Wawrinka, +5
The 33-year-old Swiss, who began the year at No. 66 in the ATP Rankings, is now up to No. 29 after reaching the quarter-finals of an ATP Masters 1000 tournament for the first time since August 2018 at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. The former World No. 3 beat Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Guido Pella and Kei Nishikori prior to losing to Nadal. He is now back in the Top 30 for the first time since 28 May 2018 (at No. 30).

No. 41 (Career High) Hubert Hurkacz, +11
The 22-year-old Pole qualified for Madrid — for his sixth appearance at an Masters 1000 tournament — and reached the third round, where he lost to defending champion Alexander Zverev 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Hurkacz has risen from No. 86 at the start of the year to a career-high No. 41.

No. 75 Ricardas Berankis, +25
The 28-year-old Lithuanian was the biggest riser in the Top 100 over the past week, soaring 25 spots on the back of winning his 12th ATP Challenger Tour title at the Busan Open Challenger (d. Harris) in South Korea. Berankis was at a career-high No. 50 on 23 May 2016.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 16 Gael Monfils, +2
No. 21 Guido Pella, +5
No. 25 Lucas Pouille, +3
No. 27 Kyle Edmund, -5
No. 31 Dusan Lajovic, -7
No. 34 Frances Tiafoe, +3
No. 47 Mikhail Kukushkin, -7
No. 50 Adrian Mannarino, +6
No. 52 Taylor Fritz, +5
No. 53 Reilly Opelka, +5
No. 56 Philipp Kohlschreiber, -6
No. 57 John Millman, -9
No. 61 Sam Querrey, +4
No. 66 Leonardo Mayer, -6
No. 69 Filip Krajinovic, +5
No. 75 Yoshihito Nishioka, -9
No. 76 Casper Ruud, -5
No. 78 Federico Delbonis, -8
No. 79 Andrey Rublev, +7
No. 85 Bernard Tomic, -12
No. 86 Roberto Carballes Baena, +5
No. 96 Hugo Dellien, +13
No. 98 Guido Andreozzi, -6