The mover of the week honors go to Filip Krajinovic. Hampered by numerous injuries requiring multiple surgeries early in his career, the Serbian had doubts whether he would ever be able to come back and play at his best. He never gave up and while he has been doing damage on the ATP Challenger Tour (he won 5 titles this season); this was only his second main draw appearance on the ATP World Tour. Krajinovic took full advantage of Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal and made it from the qualifying rounds all the way to the final of the Rolex Paris Masters. He was one set away from getting the biggest victory of his career; however, he was denied by Jack Sock. Nevertheless, he will look to take this form into the 2018 season and we will be curious to see how he performs next year.
|PLAYERS (within the top 100)||SPOTS MOVED||NEW RANK|
|Filip Krajinovic (SRB)||UP 44||33|
|Julien Benneteau (FRA)||UP 31||52|
|Gerald Melzer (AUT)||UP 20||99|
|Radu Albot (MDA)||UP 17||86|
|Matthew Ebden (AUS)||UP 17||100|
|Maximilian Marterer (GER)||UP 16||90 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Nicolas Kicker (ARG)||DOWN 15||97|
|Gilles Simon (FRA)||DOWN 15||89|
|Jack Sock (USA)||UP 13||9 (CAREER HIGH)|
|Andy Murray (GBR)||DOWN 13||16|
|Jeremy Chardy (FRA)||UP 12||76|
|Taro Daniel (JPN)||UP 12||96|
|Milos Raonic (CAN)||DOWN 12||24|
|Tennys Sandgren (USA)||UP 11||85|
ATP Tour: there were a lot of changes over the weekend amongst the top ten. Novak Djokovic (#12) and Andy Murray (#16) both fell out of the top ten. Jack Sock makes his top ten debut at #9 and Pablo Carreno Busta is back in the top 10 at #10.
WTA: the top nine members remained the same and maintained their exact positions from the previous week. Kristina Mladenovic was replaced by Coco Vandeweghe in the #10 spot. Congratulations to Vandeweghe on breaking into the top ten for the first time in her career.
SPOTLIGHT PLAYER: Alexander Zverev moved up one place to a new career high of 3.
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