No. 15 Jannik Sinner, +9 (career level)
Italy’s #NextGenATP jumped nine spots to a career-high No.15 in the FedEx ATP rankings after winning the Citi Open title in Washington. The 19-year-old is the youngest ATP 500 champion since the category’s inception in 2009, with no other teenager lifting a trophy at this level. The three-time tour-level titlist lost just one set all week en route to victory. Read Washington’s final report and watch the highlights
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No. 3 Stefanos Tsitsipas, +1 (Career-High)
Despite not playing last week, the 22-year-old has gone from a berth to a career high. The Greek won two circuit-level titles this year at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters and the Open Parc Auvergne-RhÃ´ne -Alpes Lyon, while qualifying for his first Grand Slam final at Roland Garros in June. 2019 Nitto ATP Finals champion is the third seed in Toronto this week.
# 55 Kei Nishikori, +12
The 31-year-old climbed 12 places after reaching the semi-finals in Washington. This is the first time the Japanese star has reached the bottom four in a tour-level event since Barcelona in 2019. The former world number 4, who won the Citi Open trophy in 2015, last won a tour-level title at the 2019 Brisbane International.
No. 64 Mackenzie McDonald, +43
After qualifying for his first ATP Tour final at the Citi Open, the American climbed 43 places to reach 64th place in the FedEx ATP rankings. The 26-year-old defeated Australia’s Nick Kyrgios and Nishikori in Washington.
No. 97 Jenson Brooksby, +33
American #NextGenATP made his way into the Top 100 for the first time, climbing 33 spots to No.97 after reaching the semi-finals in Washington on his ATP 500 debut. recorded a career-best victory at the Citi Open, beating world number 15 Felix Auger-Aliassime in the third round.
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Other Top 100 Notable Movers
No. 32 Reilly Opelka, +4
No. 36 Marton fucsovics, +2
No. 40 Taylor fritz, +2
No. 90 Denis kudla, +13