The main tour is on vacation, but there are still some challengers to play.

Last week Matthew Ebden from Australia won the challengers in Japan without dropping a single set to climb 11 places in the rankings and being now world no.68 (just 7 places from his career high).

Andrey Golubev from Kazakhstan had the biggest leap after winning the challenger in Tyumen (Russia) without dropping a single set. This title helped Golubev to climb 21 places and being ranked world no. 82.

Regarding the other movements, Przysiezny lost 8 places as he couldn’t defend the points gained last year winning the challenger in Japan (last week he lost in the first round in the Ortisei’s challenger) won by Andreas Seppi.

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