We have some interesting movements in the rankings after a busy week.


Stefanos conquered his 2nd career title in Marseille to overtake Karen Khachanov and be the new world no.11 (career high).  The Greek is just 130 points from the world no.10 Marin Cilic, and a good run in Dubai would help Tsitsipas to break in the top10 finally. Otherwise, this target should be achieved in March when Stefanos will have not many points to defend in Indian Wells and Miami.


Laslo had an outstanding and emotional run in Rio de Janeiro where he conquered his first career title. The Serbian went up 53 places to be the new world no.37 (career high).

Auger Aliassime

Felix also had a fantastic run in Rio de Janeiro where he reached the final after beating top clay court players such as Fabio Fognini (the seed no.2 and the defending champion) and Pablo Cuevas. The Canadian went up 44 places to break in the top100 and be the new world no.44 (career high and much more to come).


Radu made history in Delray Beach where he won his maiden ATP title to be the first Moldovan to achieve this feat. After last week, Albot went 30 places up in the rankings to be the new world no.52.

Here the top20

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