By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Monday February 5, 2024
Alexander Bublik was monstrous in Montpellier last week, winning the 250-level title for the second time in three years, and as a result he’s at a career-high ranking and making a Top 25 debut in this week’s ATP rankings.
The 26-year-old Kazakh, who became the first player in ATP history to win a tournament by coming from a set down in every match he contested, rises four spots from 27 to 23 in the rankings.
Borna Coric, who fell to Bublik in the final, rises six spots to No.31.
Cobolli, Cazaux and Rodionov at Career-High
Flavio Cobolli and Arthur Cazaux continued to climb the rankings in 2024. Cobolli rises another five spots to a career-high 71 (from 100 just prior to the Australian Open), while Cazaux jumps three spots to 80 (from 122 prior to the Australian Open).
Austria’s Jurij Rodionov, who won the Koblenz Challenger jumps 19 spots to a career-high 89. The 24-year-old is the biggest riser inside the ATP’s Top 100 this week.
There was no movement inside the ATP’s Top 20 this week.