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Weekly Movement: Felix returns to the Top 20

ATPTour.com reviews the main movements of the PIF ATP Rankings as of May 6, 2024

May 06, 2024

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By ATPTour.com/es Staff

Felix Auger-Aliassime has returned to the Top 20 of the PIF ATP Rankings after reaching the final of the Mutua Madrid Open, while Andrey Rublev also rises after lifting the trophy on the clay of the Spanish capital.

ATPTour.com reviews the main movements of the PIF ATP Rankings as of May 6, 2024.

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No. 20 Felix Auger-Aliassime, +15
The Canadian reached the biggest final of his career in Madrid, losing just one set en route to the championship match. Felix earned his first Top 10 victory of the season by defeating Casper Ruud in the fourth round. Despite losing the final to Rublev, Auger-Aliassime returns to the Top 20 of the PIF ATP Rankings for the first time since last October.

No. 6 Andrey Rublev, +2
Rublev arrived in Madrid on a four-match losing streak and dealt with health issues in the Spanish capital. None of these situations were an obstacle for him to lift his second Masters 1000 crown, climbing two positions to occupy world No. 6. Rublev beat defending champion Carlos Alcaraz in the quarterfinals, before coming back from behind Auger-Aliassime in a tense final to lift his 16th career ATP Tour trophy.


No. 23 Jiri Lehecka, +8 (Personal Brand)
Jiri Lehecka has regained his career-best position of No. 23 after moving up eight places with his semi-final in Madrid. The Czech combined three victories in two sets, closing the participation of five-time champion Rafael Nadal in the fourth round, on the way to his first Masters 1000 semi-final. Lehecka was forced to retire in the penultimate round against Auger-Aliassime due to a leg injury. back.

No. 31 Mariano Navone, +10 (Marca Personal)
Mariano Navone lifted the biggest title of his career by winning the ATP Challenger Tour 175 in Cagliari. The Argentine beat local favorite Lorenzo Musetti in the final to extend his rapid rise in the PIF ATP Rankings. The South American went from being outside the Top 100 in February to occupying a career-high position of No. 31.

No. 32 Alejandro Tabilo, +6 (Personal Best)
Chilean Alejandro Tabilo was the other Challenger 175 champion on European clay this week. Having won his first tour-level title in Auckland in January, his victory in Aix-en-Provence makes him the first player to win ATP Tour and ATP Challenger Tour crowns this season. Tabilo rises six spots to his career-best ranking of No. 32 following his efforts in France.

Other Top 100 Featured Movements
No. 14 Ben Shelton, +1 (Equal Personal Best)
No. 17 Alexander Bublik, +1 (Personal Best)
No. 45 Tomas Machac, +5
No. 47 Lorenzo Sonego, +5
No. 54 Luciano Darderi, +6 (Personal Mark)
No. 57 Flavio Cobolli, +7 (Marca Personal)
No. 58 Miomir Kecmanovic, +8
Well. 63 Pavel Kotov, +9
No. 65 Jakub Mensik, +9 (Marca Personal)
No. 72 Brandon Nakashima, +9
No. 74 Federico Coria, +9
No. 89 Aleksandar Kovacevic, +8

Source: https://www.atptour.com/es/news/auger-aliassime-pif-atp-rankings-6-may-2024

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