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Weekly Movement: Sinner achieves his best position as world No. 2

ATPTour.com reviews the main movements of the week of the PIF ATP Rankings as of April 1, 2024

April 01, 2024

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Jannik Sinner has climbed to world No. 2 after his victory at the Miami Open presented by Itaú 2024.
By ATPTour.com/es Staff

Jannik Sinner’s rise to the top of the PIF ATP Rankings at the Miami Open presented by Itaú, where the Italian lifted his second ATP Masters 1000 crown.

ATPTour.com reviews the main movements of the PIF ATP Rankings as of Monday, April 1.

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no. 2 Jannik Sinner, +1 (Marca Personal)
Sinner gave up just one round on the way to the title at the Hard Rock Stadium, where he became the first Italian to win multiple Masters 1000 trophies. After winning his first Grand Slam at the Australian Open and the ATP in Rotterdam, the third title of the year The Italian allowed him to surpass Carlos Alcaraz to reach his best ranking of No. 2 in the PIF ATP Rankings.

No. 9 Grigor Dimitrov, +3
Despite losing in two sets to Sinner in the final, Grigor Dimitrov maintained his resurgence of the past 12 months with stellar performances in Miami. The Bulgarian defeated Top 10 rivals Hubert Hurkacz, Alcaraz and Alexander Zverev in consecutive matches to reach his third Masters 1000 final. Consequently, Grigor returns to the Top 10 for the first time since October 2018.

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No. 38 Fabian Marozsan, +19 (Personal Best)
A notable performance in the ‘Sun Double’ has seen the Hungarian climb to the best position of his career as world No. 38. Marozsan linked his fourth round at Indian Wells, reaching the Masters 1000 quarterfinals in Miami for the second time. Fabian defeated Top 10 figures such as Holger Rune and Alex de Minaur in these events.

No. 43 Tomas Machac, +17 (Personal Best)
The Czech debuted in the Masters 1000 quarterfinals in Miami. Among Machac’s most notable results were victories over world No. 6 Andrey Rublev in the second round and two-time Miami champion Andy Murray in the third round. Although Sinner was an insurmountable obstacle in the quarterfinals, Machac rises 17 places to occupy his best position of world No. 43.

Other Top 100 Featured Movements
No. 14 Ugo Humbert, +1 (Equaled Personal Record)
No. 16 Ben Shelton, +1
No. 35 Matteo Arnaldi, +3 (Marca Personal)
No. 39 Jack Draper, +3
No. 58 Christopher O’Connell, +8
No. 66 Thiago Seyboth Wild, +10
No. 75 Luca Nardi, +21 (Marca Personal)
No. 77 Pedro Martínez, +11
No. 93 Roberto Bautista Agut, +7
No. 99 Corentin Moutet, +8

Source: https://www.atptour.com/es/news/sinner-pif-atp-rankings-1-april-2024

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