No. 34 Casper Ruud (Career High), +11
The 21-year-old became the highest-placed Norwegian in FedEx ATP Rankings history after beating Pedro Sousa for his first ATP Tour title at the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires. Ruud rose 11 places to a career-high No. 34, five places higher than his father and coach, former World No. 39 Christian Ruud, who achieved his best ranking on 9 October 1995.
No. 45 Kyle Edmund, +17
The Briton returned to the Top 50 for the first time since 7 October 2019 (at No. 42) after he captured his second ATP Tour title at the New York Open (d. Seppi). His 17-place rise sees him at No. 45.
No. 71 James Duckworth (Career High), +12
The Australian, who compiled 49 matches wins and four titles on the ATP Challenger Tour last year, clinched the Bengaluru Open trophy (d. Bonzi) to jump 12 places to a career-high No. 71. Just two years ago, Duckworth was sitting outside the Top 1,000 as he bid to return from a litany of surgeries, including foot, shoulder and elbow operations.
Other Notable Movers
No. 14 Andrey Rublev (Career High), +1
No. 18 Felix Auger-Aliassime, +3
No. 27 Pablo Carreno Busta, +3
No. 33 Filip Krajinovic, +6
No. 47 Aljaz Bedene, +5
No. 62 Juan Ignacio Londero, +8
No. 68 Jannik Sinner (Career High), +11
No. 80 Andreas Seppi, +18
No. 98 Vasek Pospisil, +6