Berrettini Rises To Career-High, Mover Of Week

  • Posted: Jan 31, 2022

No. 6 Matteo Berrettini, +2 (Career High)
The 25-year-old has climbed one spot to a career-high No. 6 in the ATP Rankings after he reached the semi-finals at the Australian Open for the first time. The Italian earned victories over Top 20 pair Gael Monfils and Pablo Carreno Busta, while he also survived an attacking bombardment from #NextGenATP Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz in the third round. Read Australian Open Final Report & Watch Highlights

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No. 12 Denis Shapovalov, +2
The Canadian has risen two places after he continued his strong start to the season in Melbourne. The 22-year-old, who helped guide Canada to the ATP Cup title at the start of January, shocked World No. 3 Alexander Zverev en route to the quarter-finals at the first major of the year.

No. 16 Gael Monfils, +4
The Frenchman rolled back the years at the Australian Open as he reached the quarter-finals in Melbourne for the first time since 2016. It means the 35-year-old move has moved four places to No. 16 in the ATP Rankings. The 11-time tour-level titlist did not drop a set before he lost to Berrettini in five sets.

No. 29 Carlos Alcaraz, +2 (Career High)
The 18-year-old has soared into the Top 30 of the ATP Rankings for the first time after he advanced to the third round at the Australian Open. The reigning Intesa Next Gen ATP Finals champion defeated Alejandro Tabilo and Dusan Lajovic in his second appearance at Melbourne Park.

No. 33 Alex de Minaur, +9
The Australian had an enjoyable fortnight on home soil, reaching the fourth round at his home Slam for the first time. The 22-year-old, who was making his fifth appearance in Melbourne, earned an impressive victory over #NextGenATP Italian Lorenzo Musetti in the first round, before eventually losing to 20-year-old Jannik Sinner in the fourth round.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 17 Pablo Carreno Busta, +4
No. 20 Taylor Fritz, +2 (Career High)
No. 22 Daniel Evans, +2 (Joint Career High)
No. 24 Reilly Opelka, +5
No. 25 Grigor Dimitrov, +3
No. 50 Botic van de Zandschulp, +7 (Career High)
No. 58 Adrian Mannarino +11
No. 59 Maxime Cressy, +11 (Career High)
No. 63 Miomir Kecmanovic, +14
No. 73 Pablo Andujar, +10
No. 77 Sebastian Baez, +11 (Career High)
No. 82 Ricardas Berankis, +11
No. 84 Oscar Otte, +12 (Career High)
No. 89 Corentin Moutet, +11
No. 95 Kamil Majchrzak, +12

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