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Scouting Report: 10 Things To Watch At Roland Garros - ATP Tour
Scouting Report: 10 Things To Watch At Roland Garros
Roland Garros was rescheduled to begin in September this year, but the anticipation is as high as ever for the clay-court Grand Slam. Twenty-eight of the Top 30 players in the FedEx ATP Rankings lead the way in Paris, with World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and 12-time champion Rafael Nadal topping the field. ATPTour.com looks at 10 things you should watch for in the coming fortnight: 1) Novak Goes For Second Career Grand Slam: Djokovic has been the best player of 2020. He will try to maintain that momentum as he bids to become the first man in the Open Era to complete the Career Grand Slam twice (Emerson and Laver also did it, but not entirely in the Open Era). Djokovic, who won a record 36th ATP Masters 1000 trophy at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, completed his first Career Grand Slam in Paris four years ago. Djokovic opens against 2019 Next Gen ATP Finals competitor Mikael Ymer. Listen To ATP Tennis Radio's Roland Garros Preview: 2) Rafa Goes For 13: Nadal will pursue his 13th Coupe des Mousquetaires in Paris this year. The Spaniard holds an incredible 93-2 record at the clay-court major. If the lefty triumphs again, he will reach 100 victories at the tournament. Nadal is already the only player to win 12 titles at a single Grand Slam and the only man to claim 12 trophies at one tour-level event. The second seed begins his run against Egor Gerasimov. 3) New Slam Champ Thiem:Dominic Thiem, who has made the Roland Garros final the past two years, will be more confident than ever starting this event. The Austrian is fresh off capturing his maiden major trophy at the US Open. He did not play any clay-court events leading into Paris, but he has earned 10 of his 17 tour-level titles on the surface. The 27-year-old, who faces a tough test in the first round against former World No. 3 Marin Cilic, has advanced to at least the semi-finals at Roland Garros the past four years. Thiem is trying to become the first Austrian to win multiple major crowns. 4) Historic Implications: If Nadal wins a record 13th Roland Garros title, he will tie Roger Federer for the most Grand Slam trophies in history with 20. If Djokovic triumphs, the Serbian will lift his 18th major trophy, moving within one of Nadal (19) and two of Federer (20). A Thiem triumph will see him move past Nadal for World No. 2. Since Nadal passed Lleyton Hewitt for that spot on 25 July 2005, only the Big Four have held that place in the FedEx ATP Rankings. 5) Blockbuster Openers: There are two first-round blockbusters between Grand Slam champions. Third seed Thiem will play 2014 US Open titlist Marin Cilic and 16th seed Stan Wawrinka faces former World No. 1 Andy Murray. This is the first time two major winners will battle in the first round at Roland Garros since Yevgeny Kafelnikov beat Michael Chang in 1999. 6) Medvedev Making His Move: Fourth seed Daniil Medvedev, fresh off his run to the US Open semi-finals, will try to make a deep run in Paris. He begins his tournament without a win at Roland Garros (0-3), but having enjoyed previous success on clay. The Russian last year reached the final in Barcelona and the semi-finals in Monte Carlo. Medvedev plays Hungarian Marton Fucsovics in the first round. Daniil Medvedev headlines the second quarter of the Roland Garros draw alongside Stefanos Tsitsipas." /> 7) Sons Of Former Slam Champs In Main Draw:Emilio Gomez and Sebastian Korda both qualified for the main draw in Paris for the first time. Both of their fathers, 1990 Roland Garros titlist Andres Gomez and 1998 Australian Open winner Petr Korda, are Grand Slam champions. There are 31 players making their Roland Garros main draw debuts. Read Feature 8) Zverev In Paris: Before this year, Alexander Zverev’s best Grand Slam results came at Roland Garros. The German star has reached back-to-back quarter-finals at the clay-court major. Five of his eight victories at the tournament during that span came in five sets. Zverev, who did not play on clay before Roland Garros, will be as confident as ever after making his maiden Grand Slam final at the US Open. His coach, David Ferrer, is with him in Paris. Alexander Zverev practises with new coach David Ferrer ahead of his fifth consecutive main draw appearance at Roland Garros." /> 9) Hamburg Finalists In-Form: Andrey Rublev is playing Stefanos Tsitsipas in Sunday's Hamburg European Open final, giving them confidence ahead of Roland Garros. Like countryman Medvedev, Rublev is pursuing his first main draw victory at Roland Garros. His only previous main draw appearance at the tournament came in 2017, when he lost a three-hour, 30-minute five-setter against Diego Schwartzman. The Russian ranks second on the ATP Tour in wins this season (24), trailing only Djokovic. The 22-year-old is one of four players (also Djokovic, Garin, Monfils) who have lifted multiple tour-level trophies in 2020. Tsitsipas played one of the best matches of 2019 in the fourth round at Roland Garros. The Greek star fell just short in a five-hour, nine-minute marathon against three-time major winner Stan Wawrinka. Tsitsipas is the fifth seed this year. 10) Will The Germans Retain? Defending doubles champions Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies will try to retain their title in Paris. Other former Roland Garros doubles titlists in the field include Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, Pablo Cuevas and Feliciano Lopez (who won with different partners), Marcelo Melo, Ivan Dodig and Edouard Roger-Vasselin.
Final Preview: Novak Djokovic, Diego Schwartzman Chase Career Milestones In Rome - ATP Tour
Final Preview: Djokovic, Schwartzman Chase Career Milestones In Rome
When Novak Djokovic and Diego Schwartzman meet for the fifth time in their ATP Head2Head series (Djokovic leads 4-0) in Monday’s Internazionali BNL d’Italia final, both players will not only be fighting for the Rome trophy, but also a personal milestone. Following the completion of his second Career Golden Masters at the Western & Southern Open last month, Djokovic is the joint Masters 1000 titles leader alongside fellow 35-time champion Rafael Nadal. The Rome final presents Djokovic with an opportunity to overtake his rival by lifting a 36th trophy at the level. Most ATP Masters 1000 Titles On the other side of the net, Schwartzman is one win away from cracking the Top 10 in the FedEx ATP Rankings for the first time in his career. The Argentine can achieve the feat by defeating Djokovic for the first time to claim his maiden Masters 1000 trophy. Djokovic has dropped just one set en route to his 10th final in the Italian capital, improving his match record to 30-1 this year. The 33-year-old has been tested throughout the week in each of his three most recent clashes in Rome. Novak Djokovic is unbeaten in four ATP Head2Head matches against Diego Schwartzman." /> Djokovic played an 87-minute set against Filip Krajinovic in the third round, survived a three-set quarter-final battle against Dominik Koepfer and saved two set points in the first set of his semi-final clash against Casper Ruud. The Serbian has consistently produced his best level under pressure to close in on a fifth trophy at the Foro Italico. Djokovic’s victory against Ruud improved his semi-final record in Rome to 10-1, but the Serbian has not fared as well in championship matches at the Masters 1000 event. Djokovic owns a 4-5 record in Rome finals, which includes losses in his past three championship matches (2016-’17, ’19). An opportunity to overtake Nadal and make further history in Rome are huge motivational factors for the World No. 1. The four-time champion is still as ambitious as he was the first time he arrived at the tournament, where he has enjoyed consistent success since 2007. Djokovic has reached the quarter-finals or better in each of his 14 appearances at the Foro Italico. “The 1000 Masters events are as important as it gets on the Tour,” said Djokovic. “These are the events where I want to perform my best other than Grand Slams and the [Nitto ATP Finals]… Finals at such big events mean a lot even after 15 years [of] being on the Tour. I still am as motivated to get my hands on the trophy. This is what I work for as much as anybody else, really, on the Tour.” Standing between Djokovic and the Masters 1000 titles record is a first-time finalist at the level: Diego Schwartzman. Djokovic enters the contest with a 4-0 ATP Head2Head record against the 28-year-old, but will be well aware of the threat the Argentine poses. The pair met in the semi-finals at this event last year, with Djokovic eventually prevailing in three sets after two hours and 31 minutes. Djokovic will face an opponent with peak confidence levels on Centrale. Schwartzman dropped just one set en route to the quarter-finals, where he earned his first victory in 10 matches against nine-time champion Rafael Nadal. Schwartzman described the straight-sets win as his “best match ever” and his final opponent was equally impressed. “Diego played the match of his life [against Nadal]… He was so impressive,” said Djokovic. “And that proves that anything is possible, even [against] Nadal who is probably the toughest challenge in our sport, playing Nadal on clay. But he managed to win in straight sets, so that proves his quality.” The opportunity to enter the Top 10 for the first time and lift the biggest title of his career with a single victory perhaps makes Monday’s final the biggest match of Schwartzman’s career. The World No. 15 is prepared to push himself to the limit to realise two dreams at the Masters 1000 tournament. “I have two dreams tomorrow. One is winning a tournament like this and the second one: be Top 10,” said Schwartzman. “Both are there tomorrow on court against Novak. I know it's very difficult. I almost need to play more than my 100 per cent. “I don't want to say impossible, because it's not impossible. I know can beat him. But it's going to be very difficult. But the chances are there tomorrow… I'm going to do everything to be more than my 100 per cent tomorrow on court.” After his victory against Nadal, Schwartzman was able to maintain his level and earn another milestone win just 24 hours later on Centrale. The Argentine trailed by a break on three occasions in the deciding set of his semi-final clash against Denis Shapovalov, but fought back to claim a memorable final-set tie-break win after three hours and 15 minutes. “At the end, maybe the third set we were playing for many things: for the final, for the Top 10, for the match… The nerves were there. It was difficult,” said Schwartzman. “But I think I took my chances when he was thinking about [the] win and nothing else, when he was serving for the match and [a] break up in the third.” Having already ended a winless streak against Nadal, Schwartzman will now attempt to do the same against Djokovic. The rewards for victory in Rome are clear to both men. But who will be able to take their chance on Monday and place their name in the history books?
Rafael Nadal After Rome Loss: 'Now Is Not The Moment To Find Excuses' - ATP Tour
Nadal: ‘Now Is Not The Moment To Find Excuses’
Rafael Nadal entered the Internazionali BNL d’Italia quarter-finals with a 9-0 record against Diego Schwartzman. But instead of looking for excuses after losing to the Argentine for the first time, the Spaniard is only seeking ways to improve. “We can find excuses, but I didn't play well enough. Then we have to think internally, 'Why? How I can fix it?'” Nadal said. “Now is not the moment to find excuses. [It’s] just the moment to accept that I didn't play well enough.” Few players dare go toe-to-toe with Nadal in baseline rallies. But that’s exactly what Schwartzman did, especially in ad-court exchanges. The eighth seed hit 31 winners to only 17 unforced errors, while nine-time Rome champion Nadal made 30 unforced errors, including 18 on his forehand wing. Nadal began the tournament with an 85 per cent hold rate on clay in his service games. But Schwartzman dominated his return games, winning 52 per cent of first-serve return points en route to breaking the Spaniard five times from 10 service games. “It was not my night at all. He played a great match I think and [I didn't],” Nadal said. “When this happens, you have to lose. These things can happen. After such a long time without competing, I played two good matches, and now today I played a bad one against a good opponent. “That's how it is. I just want to congratulate Diego and I’m going to keep working.” This was Nadal’s first tournament since the ATP Tour was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Spaniard won his first two matches in straight sets to reach the Rome quarter-finals for the 15th time. But the second seed will now have to regroup before beginning his run for a 13th Roland Garros trophy in just more than a week. “It’s a completely special year and unpredictable year. I don't know. I probably [will] go back home and then let's see what's going on,” Nadal said. “I did my job here. I did a couple things well and other things bad and that's it. At least I played three matches. I fought until the end. But losing that many [service games], you can't expect to win a match. [It’s] something that I have to fix. “I know how to do it. I’m going to keep working and keep practising with the right attitude and try to give myself a chance to be ready." Did You Know?Nadal fell to 63-7 at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia. The Spaniard's has earned more victories (63) at the Italian Masters 1000 event than at all other tournaments except for Roland Garros (93), Monte Carlo (71), the Australian Open (65) and the US Open (64).
thiem-auger-aliassime-2020-us-open-day-8 - ATP Tour
Dominic Thiem defeats Felix Auger-Aliassime to reach the US Open quarter-finals. The second seed has only dropped one set so far in New York.
The fourth-round US Open clash between second seed Dominic Thiem and No. 15 seed Felix Auger-Aliassime received plenty of hype before they stepped on court. Once Thiem found his footing on Monday inside Arthur Ashe Stadium, the second seed extinguished any hopes of a classic battle. Stepping inside the court to crank groundstroke winners and picking the right moments to finish points at the net, Thiem raced through 12 of the last 14 games to end Auger-Aliassime’s Grand Slam breakthrough with a 7-6(4), 6-1, 6-1 win. The Austrian advanced to his second quarter-final in New York and improved to 18-6 at this event. "I was really nervous before the match. I knew that I was going to play against an amazing opponent," Thiem said on court after the match. "The second and third sets were 100 per cent the best sets so far in this overseas trip. I'm starting to find that mixture that I had in Australia, offence and defence, and putting a lot of returns in play. I'll try to bring that form with me to the next round." The highest seed left marches to the QF @alexdeminaur awaits... #USOpenpic.twitter.com/m3OlHf2XEM — ATP Tour (@atptour) September 7, 2020 Thiem began the tournament searching for form after a shocking opening-round defeat the previous week at the Western & Southern Open. Although his form was patchy at times throughout his first three rounds, the 27-year-old has improved with each match and produced the level of tennis against Auger-Aliassime that brought him inside the Top 3 of the FedEx ATP Rankings. Standing between Thiem and his best US Open result is No. 21 seed Alex de Minaur, who reached his first Grand Slam quarter-final earlier in the day by defeating Vasek Pospisil. Thiem leads their ATP Head2Head series 2-0 and convincingly beat the Aussie in the first round of the 2017 US Open. "I'm probably one of the oldest players in the field, which is a bit surreal to me," Thiem said. "He's a bit like Felix, absolute superstar [and] up-and-coming. It doesn't matter if the Big Three are here or not. Everybody wants their hands on the trophy." Thiem and Auger-Aliassime struggled for form in the early stages of the match. The Austrian secured a break at 2-2 in the opening set, but played a nervy game serving for the set at 5-4 and gifted the break back with a pair of baseline errors. He regrouped in the tie-break and earned a mini-break at 2/1 with a down-the-line backhand winner, holding that slight advantage to take an early lead. Auger-Aliassime advanced into the second week by bullying opponents with his serve and forehand, utilising those weapons for one-two punches in rallies. But when Thiem’s foot speed prevented him from doing that, the 20-year-old lacked the consistency in his powerful groundstrokes to win extended baseline rallies. He attempted to move forward in a bid to shorten points, but struggled with his volleys and won just eight of 22 net points. As Thiem’s form improved with each game, Auger-Aliassime continued to leak unforced errors and hit 51 on the day. A backhand winner secured Thiem’s fifth break of the match and wrapped up play after two hours and six minutes.
Vasek Pospisil Stuns Bautista Agut, To Face Fellow Five-Set Survivor Alex de Minaur - ATP Tour
Vasek Pospisil will face Alex de Minaur in the US Open fourth round after both men survived five-set thrillers on Day 6 of the US Open in New York.
Vasek Pospisil added a second upset to his US Open tally on Saturday, recovering from two-sets-to-one down to shock Roberto Bautista Agut 7-5, 2-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 on Louis Armstrong Stadium. The World No. 94 struck 70 winners and came to the net on 45 occasions to break through Bautista Agut’s defence and reach the Round of 16 in New York for the first time. The victory comes five years after Pospisil’s maiden run to the fourth round at a major championship, when he advanced to the 2015 Wimbledon quarter-finals. “[I am] thrilled. I was playing great tennis all the way through,” said Pospisil. “I had a little bit of a physical dip in the second and third sets and then the shade came in, which really helped me… I played solid all the way through. I was very relaxed, going for my shots and sticking to my game plan, my strengths. It worked out really well.” Pospisil has now defeated two of the most in-form players since the resumption of the ATP Tour on Louis Armstrong Stadium. Two days ago, the 30-year-old came from a set down to defeat Western & Southern Open runner up Milos Raonic in four sets. “I worked really hard and I am just thrilled to be here. Any time you can get wins like this against top players of the sport is huge,” said Pospisil. “To do it on a big stage like this and make the fourth round of a Grand Slam is a really big deal.” Pospisil entered his fourth ATP Head2Head match against Bautista Agut without a win to his name, but the Canadian raised his game in the final two sets to overpower his opponent. Pospisil improves to 11-5 this year, building on a strong start to the season prior to the suspension of the ATP Tour in March. More than five years after reaching his maiden ATP Tour final in 2014, Pospisil advanced to his second ATP Tour championship match at the Open Sud de France in February. Pospisil will face Alex de Minaur for a spot in the quarter-finals. De Minaur also rallied from two-sets-to-one down to overcome 11th seed Karen Khachanov 6-4, 0-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1. The Aussie broke serve on six occasions to book his place in the US Open fourth round for the second straight year after three hours and two minutes. De Minaur entered the US Open on a four-match losing streak, seeking his first victory since the inaugural ATP Cup in January. But the Australian No. 1 has battled through three contests to match his best Grand Slam result. Prior to his victory against Khachanov, the 21-year-old overcame 2013 semi-finalist Richard Gasquet in four sets. De Minaur is unbeaten in two ATP Head2Head meetings against Pospisil. The Sydney native claimed hard-court victories against Pospisil in 2018 at the Citi Open in Washington, D.C. and the Rolex Shanghai Masters. “[Alex is] a very tough guy. A very tough opponent, very fit and he can run all day, a bit like Roberto,” said Pospisil. “I will just go out there, play my game and see how it goes.” Alex de Minaur is through to the US Open fourth round for the second straight year." /> After nine games without a break point, Bautista Agut attacked Pospisil’s forehand to survive two set points at 4-5. But the Canadian, who won 10 of 13 net points in the first set, quickly created another opportunity in his next return game. Pospisil ripped his three consecutive forehand winners to break to love at 5-6 and snatch the opening set. Pospisil survived seven break points in his opening service game of the second set, before Bautista Agut charged back into the match. The nine-time ATP Tour titlist attacked his opponent’s backhand and moved to the net to earn his first break of the match and quickly doubled his advantage en route to the second set. Bautista Agut made a quick start to the third set, playing with consistency from the back of the court to extract errors in in the opening game. The World No. 11 held his advantage with confidence on serve, winning 87 per cent of points behind his first delivery to move one set from victory. Pospisil landed 20 winners in the fourth set, including a backhand return winner at 4-3, to force a decider and charge to the finish line. The Canadian moved up the court in crucial moments in the fifth set and showcased composure at the net to gain two service breaks. Serving for the match at 5-2, Pospisil converted his first match point with a pinpoint backhand passing shot up the line. “On break point in the fourth set, I played aggressive. I played to win… No doubts and no regrets,” said Pospisil. “If you make it, you make it. If you don’t, at least you went for it. That is just the mentality I had all the way through to the end and today it worked out. I played great and I am thrilled to be in the fourth round.”
US Open 2020: Novak Djokovic Sails Past Damir Dzumhur - ATP Tour
Novak Djokovic defeats Damir Dzumhur on Monday at the US Open and moves to 24-0 in 2020.
Can anyone stop Novak Djokovic? The top seed continued his flawless season on Monday night at the US Open, moving to 24-0 in 2020 with a speedy 6-1, 6-4, 6-1 victory against Damir Dzumhur. "He's one of the quickest players on the Tour. He played some really good shots and it was anybody's game midway through the second set," Djokovic said on court after the match. "I was pleased to close out the second set and then stepped it up [by] a couple of levels. “I did struggle a bit [with] the semi-finals and final back to back [last week], but I had 48 hours. Not so much [time], but still enough time to recover. I felt good on the court today. The good thing about a Slam is that you only play every two days, so you have at least one day of rest and recovery. I’m going to try to use that as much as I can and gather all my energy and strength for the next one.” Despite being in firm control throughout the match, Djokovic looked up to his team on numerous occasions. Without the typically full stadium of fans cheering him on that he's accustomed to, the World No. 1 appeared to be looking for additional support from his entourage. “Your team, your box, is always cheering you on. Regardless of whether you have an empty or full stadium, you always turn to them mostly. You look up to them, expect them to be with you and support you on the journey throughout the match,” Djokovic said. “Maybe you don’t want your box to clap when your opponent makes a mistake. Damir is a very good friend, so it’s a little bit awkward. But at the same time, it’s a Grand Slam, first round, biggest stadium in our sport [and] we want to start well." All of Djokovic’s wins this year have come on hard courts. He earned his 35th ATP Masters 1000 title last week at the Western & Southern Open (d. Raonic) and now shares the record with Rafael Nadal for most Masters 1000 titles. The Serbian also edged further clear of Nadal and Roger Federer in the 'Big Titles' battle with a 57th trophy at that level and could increase the gap even more if he wins his 18th Grand Slam title this fortnight. Awaiting the three-time US Open champion (2011, 2015, 2018) in the next round is Kyle Edmund, who defeated Alexander Bublik 2-6, 7-5, 7-5, 6-0. Djokovic holds a 5-1 over Edmund in their ATP Head2Head, including a fourth-round win at the 2016 US Open. Read More: Mr. Opportunity? Goffin Clutch Against Opelka Djokovic’s only blip in the first set came when he whiffed a backhand in the fourth point, but he quickly recovered and displayed his best form. The Serbian pushed Dzumhur well behind the baseline in their rallies and tossed in several crafty drop shots to end points, even throwing in a successful serve-and-volley play to close out the opening set. Dzumhur continued to tirelessly chase down balls and mix up the pace on his shots in an effort to disrupt his opponent’s rhythm. His dogged determination was highlighted by saving six break points to hold serve at 3-3 in the second set. But Djokovic remained unfazed and broke Dzumhur at 4-4 before grabbing a commanding two-sets lead, letting out a roar after set point. The third set was one-way traffic for Djokovic and he fired a forehand passing shot on match point to advance in one hour and 58 minutes. He finished the night with 31 winners to 29 unforced errors.
US Open: Denis Shapovalov Wins All-#NextGenATP Battle Against Sebastian Korda - ATP Tour
Denis Shapovalov battled past fellow #NextGenATP star Sebastian Korda 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 to reach the second round of the US Open.
Denis Shapovalov recently released his new song 'Night Train', but the Canadian had no problem Monday inside Louis Armstrong Stadium during the day. Shapovalov battled past fellow #NextGenATP star Sebastian Korda 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 to reach the second round of the US Open. Shapovalov has shined at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center throughout his young career. In his first three appearances at Flushing Meadows from 2017-19, the Canadian advanced to at least the third round on each occasion. The lefty made a splash on his debut as an 18-year-old, advancing to the fourth round. The 12th seed didn't have it easy against 20-year-old Korda. The American crushed a forehand winner down the line to even their match at one set apiece. But Shapovalov's level was more consistent throughout the two-hour, 47-minute encounter. The Canadian is known for his shotmaking prowess, and sometimes he goes for too much too often. But he played within himself after losing the second set, hitting aggressively to big targets to force Korda to play riskier tennis from disadvantageous positions. Shapovalov, who will next play Soonwoo Kwon or Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, struck 35 winners, while Korda made 50 unforced errors. Korda, the son of former World No. 2 Petr Korda, was competing in his first Grand Slam main draw. Last week, he qualified for his first ATP Masters 1000 main draw at the Western & Southern Open.
Raonic Returns To Top 20, Mover Of Week - ATP Tour
ATPTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the FedEx ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 31 August 2020.
No. 1 Novak Djokovic, -The Serbian completed a second Career Golden Masters at the Western & Southern Open (d. Raonic) to tie Rafael Nadal's record of 35 ATP Masters 1000 titles. With the resumption of the ATP Tour after a five-month suspension, Djokovic is now on 284 weeks at No. 1 in the FedEx ATP Rankings - two weeks shy of Pete Sampras' mark of 286 weeks. Roger Federer has spent the most weeks at No. 1 on 310 weeks. Read & Watch W&S Open Final Report No. 18 Milos Raonic, +12The Canadian returned to the Top 20 of the FedEx ATP Rankings for the first time since 12 August 2019 after competing in his fourth ATP Masters 1000 final on Saturday at the Western & Southern Open (l. to Djokovic). The 29-year-old beat Sam Querrey, Daniel Evans, two-time former champion Andy Murray, Filip Krajinovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas en route to the title match. Raonic, who underwent left wrist surgery in 2017 and has suffered a number of injuries, rose to a career-high No. 3 on 21 November 2016. View Latest FedEx ATP RankingsRead FedEx ATP Rankings COVID-19 Adjustments FAQ No. 35 Reilly Opelka, +4The American is four spots shy of his career-high after reaching his first Masters 1000 quarter-final in New York, where he lost to Tsitsipas. The 22-year-old recorded the fifth Top 10 win of his career over No. 8-ranked Matteo Berrettini 6-3, 7-6(4) in the third round. He hit 54 aces in four matches. No. 66 Marton Fucsovics, +18The Hungarian qualified for the Masters 1000 tournament, held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, and beat 2017 titlist Grigor Dimitrov 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 in the second round, before falling to Krajinovic. He soared 18 spots to No. 66 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, but remains 35 positions shy of his career-high (No. 31 on 4 March 2019). Other Notable Top 100 MoversNo. 11 Roberto Bautista Agut, +1 No. 26 Filip Krajinovic, +6 (Career High)No. 29 Jan-Lennard Struff, +5 (Career High)No. 48 Tennys Sandgren, +7No. 53 Aljaz Bedene, +8No. 65 Ricardas Berankis, +7No. 92 Emil Ruusuvuori, +8 (Career High)