No. 43 (Career High) Ugo Humbert, +14
The Frenchman breaks into the Top 50 of the FedEx ATP Rankings for the first time, rising to a career-high No. 43 after capturing his first ATP Tour title at the ASB Classic in Auckland (l. to Paire). He beat four Top 50 players, including Casper Ruud, Denis Shapovalov, John Isner and Paire. Twelve months ago, the 21-year-old was ranked World No. 95.
No. 16 (Career High) Andrey Rublev, +2
The Russian is showing how his off-season work is paying dividends with his second ATP Tour crown in as many weeks. The 22-year-old is off to an 8-0 start on the year, having captured the Adelaide International title (d. Harris) to add to the Qatar ExxonMobil Open trophy (d. Moutet) in the first week of the 2020 season. Rublev moves up to a career-high No. 16.
No. 72 (Career High) Lloyd Harris, +19
The South African won through Adelaide qualifying and beat three Top 40 players en route to his first ATP Tour final (l. to Rublev). The 22-year-old, who started the year at No. 99 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, is now up to a career-high No. 72.
Other Notable Movers
No. 21 Benoit Paire, +3
No. 31 Hubert Hurkacz (Career High), +3
No. 57 Feliciano Lopez, +4
No. 65 Kyle Edmund, +4
No. 75 Steve Johnson, +6
No. 80 Tommy Paul, +10