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ATP Rankings Report – Aug. 31, 2020


Raonic didn't play Cincinnati and couldn't defend his finalist's points from 2020.


No change in the top, but Roberto Bautista-Agut moves up one spot to No. 11 after his semifinal effort in the “Cincy” event.

A bounce here and there, and he might have made the final and perhaps even won it all. But that’s tennis.

Meanwhile, Canadian Raonic had a great week going into a Grand Slam where perhaps he’s due for a big result.


Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP): No. 12 =========> No. 11

Milos Raonic (CAN): No. 30 =========> No. 18 – Back into the top 20 with the “Cincy” final, Raonic is the No. 25 seed at the US Open this week (which means a top-eight opponent in the third round). But he’ll be in a better spot by Paris.

Filip Krajinovic (SRB): No. 32 =========> No. 26 – Like Raonic, Krajinovic might well be in a better spot when he arrives on the clay.

Jan-Lennard Struff (GER): No. 34 =========> No. 29 – At 30, Struff finally gets inside the top 30 to a career high – and is seeded at the US Open.

The main thing Andy Murray’s “Cincy” week is that he pulled up well physically.

Reilly Opelka (USA): No. 39=========> No. 35 – The young American, who retired against Stefanos Tsitsipas in “Cincy” because of a knee issue and put his eggs in the US Open basket, had a tough draw. He went out in the first round as David Goffin survived the barrage.

Tennys Sandgren (USA): No. 55 =========> No. 48 – Back into the top 50.

Aljaz Bedene (SLO): No. 61 =========> No. 53

Marton Fucsovics (HUN): No. 84 =========> No. 66

Andy Murray (GBR): No. 134 =========> No. 115 – Another few rungs up the ladder for the man with the metal hip.

Aslan Karatsev (RUS): No. 194 =========> No. 140 – Career high for the 26-year-old Russian after he gave Ernests Gulbis just three games, won via walkover over Stan Wawrinka and won the Prague II Challenger.

Carlos Alcaraz was in Indian Wells, preparing to make his main-draw debut, when Covid hit. If the break slowed him down, it didn’t show in Trieste last week. (Stephanie Myles/OpenCourt.ca)

Carlos Alcaraz (ESP): No. 310 =========> No. 217 – The rising 17-year-old wins the Trieste Challenger and rises nearly 100 spots in the ranking.

See the full ATP Tour rankings here.