ATP Tour Rankings – as of March 20, 2017

Some moves in the top 10.

HEATING UP

Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP): No. 23 —————-> No. 19 (a new career high after a great IW)

Pablo Cuevas (URU): No. 30 —————-> No. 26

Donald Young (USA): No. 60 —————-> No. 51

Yoshihito Nishioka (JPN): No.70 —————-> No. 58 (career high for the luckiest of lucky losers)

Kevin Anderson (RSA): No. 79 —————-> No. 74

Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ): No. 90 —————-> No. 76

Evgeny Donskoy (RUS): No. 99 —————-> No. 81

Dusan Lajovic (SRB): No. 106 —————-> No. 85

Aljaz Bedene (GBR): No. 105 —————-> No. 94

Yuichi Sugita (JPN): No. 115 —————-> No. 97

Taro Daniel (JPN): No. 119 —————-> No. 100

Darian King (BAR): No. 131 —————-> No. 121

 (XXX): No. XX —————-> No. XX

COOLING OFF

Richard Gasquet (FRA): No. 19 —————-> No. 22

Marcel Granollers (ESP): No. 36 —————-> No. 41

Federico Delbonis (ARG): No. 49 —————-> No. 57

Stéphane Robert (FRA): No. 81 —————-> No. 88

Frances Tiafoe (USA): No. 76 —————-> No. 101

Facundo Bagnis (ARG): No. 83 —————-> No. 102

Lukas Lacko (SVK): No. 101 —————-> No. 114

Tobias Kamke (GER): No. 132 —————-> No. 155

 (XXX): No. XX —————-> No. XX

 THE CANUCKS

A lot of moves in the Canadian singles rankings this week – led by youngsters Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime, who had had a couple of tournaments’ worth of points added to their totals and are at career highs.

Singles

Doubles

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2 thoughts on “ATP Tour Rankings – as of March 20, 2017

  1. Haven’t seen Ben Sigouin in any tournaments lately. Injured???

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