Hubert Hurkacz Back In Top 10, Mover Of Week |  ATP Tour

Hubert Hurkacz Back In Top 10, Mover Of Week | ATP Tour

No. 10 Hubert Hurkacz, +2
The Pole rises two spots to return to the Top 10 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings for the first time since March after claiming his maiden grass-court crown at the Terra Wortmann Open in Halle. The 25-year-old’s run to his first ATP 500 title included close victories against Felix Auger-Aliassime and Nick Kyrgios before a dominant championship match win against World No. 1 Daniil Medvedev. Read Halle Final Report & Watch Highlights.

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No. 26 Botic van de Zandschulp, +3 (Career High)
The 26-year-old only broke the Top 100 for the first time last September, but van de Zandschulp’s rise up the rankings continues after reaching the semi-finals at the Cinch Championships in London. The Dutchman jumps three places to No. 26 after defeating Paul Jubb, Grigor Dimitrov and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina at The Queen’s Club.

No. 31 Filip Krajinovic, +17
Krajinovic had not won a tour-level match on grass prior to arriving at The Queen’s Club last week. However, the Serbian took out former champions Sam Querrey and Marin Cilic en route to his first final of 2022 in London. The 30-year-old surges 17 places to No. 31, his highest position since February 2021. Read London Final Report & Watch Highlights.

Hubert Hurkacz Back In Top 10, Mover Of Week |  ATP Tour

No. 37 Oscar Otte, +14 (Career High)
A dream week in Halle propels the 28-year-old to a career-high No. 37, just six months after he broke the Top 100 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings for the first time. Otte’s high-intensity brand of tennis delighted his home support in Germany and took him past Miomir Kecmanovic, Nikoloz Basilashvili and Karen Khachanov, before World No. 1 Medvedev proved too strong in the semi-finals at the ATP 500 event.

No. 45 Nick Kyrgios, +20
A semi-finalist in Stuttgart nine days ago, the Australian returns to the Top 50 for the first time since March 2021 after his second two final-four appearance on the grass in Germany. Kyrgios came through a high-quality second-round battle with second seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in Halle, and he also saw off Pablo Carreno Busta before falling to eventual champion Hurkacz in the final four.

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Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 38 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, +6
No. 42 Francisco Cerundolo, +4 (Career High)
No. 48 Emil Ruusuvuori, +8 (Career High)
No. 53 Tallon Griekspoor, +8 (Career High)
No. 63 Dusan Lajovic, +6
No. 78 Denis Kudla, +4
No. 83 Alexei Poperin, +9
No. 93 , Chun-hsin Tseng +4 (Career High)
No. 99 Sam Querrey, +22

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