Mover Of The Week: Alexei Popyrin
The twenty-one-year-old Popyrin claimed two victories over the weekend: his first ATP Tour singles title and a career high ranking of eighty-two. It is so rewarding when your hard work pays off. However, spare a thought for his opponent on the other side though; Alexander Bublik, still has not won a title in four tries.
Popyrin Making Moves in 2021
Popyrin turned professional in 2017 and it’s a great feat to win his first title in four years. He has accomplished something many players have failed to accomplish, win a singles title. He got to his first final and won his first title all at the same time in Singapore. Congratulations to the Australian, he has to be pumped. I am curious to see how high he will rise this season.Embed from Getty Images
Gauff At A Career High
The sixteen-year-old year American, Cori Gauff, is at a career high following her run to the semifinals in Adelaide. Gauff is young and full of energy, but she will have to pace herself not to overdo it.
ATP & WTA Top 100 Ranking Changes
|PLAYER||RANKING CHANGE||CURRENT RANK|
|Alexei Popyrin (AUS)||UP 32||82 CURRENT HIGH|
|Federico Coria (ARG)||UP 10||85 CURRENT HIGH|
|Cori Gauff (USA)||UP 14||38 CAREER HIGH|
ATP & WTA Top 10 Ranking Changes
ATP: Novak Djokovic remains at #1. There were no changes in the positions or the members in the top 10 players. The distance between the number two seed, Rafael Nadal, and the third seed, Daniil Medvedev is rapidly dwindling [115 points].
WTA: Ashleigh Barty remains at #1 and there were no changes in the top ten members.Embed from Getty Images
David Goffin won his fifth title in Montpellier. Australian Alexei Popyrin won his first singles title in Singapore. Iga Swiatek won her second career title in Adelaide.
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