ATP Rankings Report – June 19, 2017

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More new career highs this week, especially amongst the veteran set as the likes of Paolo Lorenzi (35) and Gilles Muller (34) set new marks.

Muller’s late-career surge continues to impress as he adds the Ricoh Open title, his second of the season – and second of his career.

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Young Americans Frances Tiafoe and Jared Donaldson continue their march to the top 50 with new career bests.

There will be no changes at the very top after this week. But No. 6 Milos Raonic has finalist’s points to defend at Queen’s Club, so he has to watch out for Marin Cilic and Dominic Thiem right behind him.

On the veteran side as well, 39-year-old Tommy Haas has finally cracked the top 300. With his effort in Stuttgart, he’s nearly into the top 250. 

Players on the upswing

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA): No. 11 ————> No. 10

Gilles Muller (LUX): No. 28 ————> No. 26**

Mischa Zverev (GER): No. 31 ————> No. 29**

Paolo Lorenzi (ITA): No. 36 ————> No. 33**

Haas finally gets close to the top 250. (Stephanie Myles/Tennis/Life)

Borna Coric (CRO): No. 46 ————> No. 43

Frances Tiafoe (USA): No. 66 ————> No. 63**

Jared Donaldson (USA): No. 70 ————> No. 65**

Vasek Pospisil (CAN): No. 83 ————> No. 76

Dudi Sela (ISR): No. 98 ————> No. 81

Alessandro Giannessi (ITA): No. 118 ————> No. 99**

Casper Ruud (ITA): No. 112 ————> No. 108**

Jerzy Janowicz (POL): No. 155————> No. 138

Tommy Haas (GER): No. 302————> No. 252

**Career highs

Players on the downswing

Alexander Zverev (GER): No. 10 ————> No. 12

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The Aussie’s ranking definitely not going in the right direction. (Stephanie Myles/Tennis.Life)

Bernard Tomic (AUS): No. 48 ————> No. 61

Marcos Baghdatis (CYP): No. 63 ————> No. 70

Carlos Berlocq (ARG): No. 67 ————> No. 79

Andreas Seppi (ITA): No. 76 ————> No. 85

Nicolas Kicker (ARG): No. 78 ————> No. 92

Sergiy Stakhovsky (UKR): No. 106 ————> No. 119

Florian Mayer (GER): No. 61 ————> No. 134 

Race to London

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Race to Milan

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On the Canadian young-gun side, Félix Auger-Aliassime moves from No. 27 to No. 14. Denis Shapovalov stands at No. 16.

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