19.04.2021 - 14:02 Uhr
No. 48 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, +10 (Career High)The Spaniard has broken into the Top 50 of the FedEx ATP Rankings for the first time, rising to a career-high No. 48 after he reached his first ATP Masters 1000 quarter-final at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters (l. to Tsitsipas). The 21-year-old beat Alex de Minaur, recorded his first Top 10 win over No. 10-ranked Matteo Berrettini and then overcame Lucas Pouille, who rose 14 places today.View Latest FedEx ATP Rankings No. 19 Jannik Sinner, +3 (Career High)#NextGenATP Italian Jannik Sinner has risen to a career-high No. 19 and is the second youngest player in the Top 100, after fellow 19-year-old and compatriot Lorenzo Musetti (No. 87). Sinner captured his second ATP Tour trophy at the Great Ocean Road Open (d. Travaglia) in February and earlier this month advanced to his first Masters 1000 final at the Miami Open presented by Itau (l. to Hurkacz).No. 26 Daniel Evans, +7 (Joint Career High)The Briton came into the second Masters 1000 tournament of the year on the back of a 10-match losing streak on clay, but he changed his mindset with victories over Dusan Lajovic, Hubert Hurkacz, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and David Goffin en route to the Monte-Carlo semi-finals. The 30-year-old, who captured his first ATP Tour title in February at the Murray River Open (d. Auger-Aliassime), fell to Tsitsipas in the Principality, but rises seven spots to his joint career high of No. 26, which he first attained on 8 February 2021.Other Notable Top 100 MoversNo. 7 Andrey Rublev, +1 (Career High)No. 12 David Goffin, +3No. 33 Filip Krajinovic, +4 (Career High)No. 59 Jordan Thompson, +4No. 72 Lucas Pouille, +14No. 79 Alexei Popyrin, +4 (Career High)No. 81 Salvatore Caruso, +8No. 91 Roberto Carballes Baena, +14



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Angelique Kerber steht im Achtelfinale der bett1 Open. Die deutsche Nummer eins deklassierte ihre japanische Gegnerin Misaki Doi zum Auftakt des Rasenturniers in Berlin und ließ ihr gerade einmal drei Spielgewinne. Kerber ist damit die einzige deutsche Spielerin, der der Sprung in die zweite Runde gelang. Andrea Petkovic musste trotz guter Leistung gegen die Belarussin Victoria Azarenka die Segel streichen. Azarenka ist damit am Donnerstag die nächste Gegnerin von Angelique Kerber. Am Mittwoch sind keine deutschen Spielerinnen, sei es im Einzel oder Doppel, im Einsatz.