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Nikoloz Basilashvili rises 46 spots to No. 35 in the ATP Rankings after winning the German Tennis Championships 2018 presented by Kampmann.

Basilashvili Makes Top 40 Debut, Mover Of The Week

ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 30 July 2018

No. 35 (Career High) Nikoloz Basilashvili, +46
The Georgian became the first player from his country to win an ATP World Tour title after beating two-time titlist Leonardo Mayer in the German Tennis Championships 2018 presented by Kampmann championship match. The 26-year-old is also the first Georgian to crack the Top 40 of the ATP Rankings, rising 46 spots to surpass former World No. 42 Irakli Labadze's record set in July 2004. Bailashvili failed to win a set in his first two tour-level championship-match appearances, falling to Paolo Lorenzi (Kitzbuhel 2016) and Ryan Harrison (Memphis 2017). Read More & Watch Highlights

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No. 53 (Career High) Nicolas Jarry, +16
The 22-year-old stunned top seed Dominic Thiem en route to the German Tennis Championships 2018 presented by Kampmann semi-finals. After improving his strong clay-court record to 16-10 this season, Jarry soars 16 places to a career-high No. 53 in the ATP Rankings. The Chilean reached his first tour-level final at the Brasil Open in February (l. to Fognini).

No. 54 (Career High) Matteo Berrettini, +30
Having entered the J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open Gstaad without a tour-level quarter-final appearance to his name, Berrettini stunned the field in Switzerland to lift his maiden ATP World Tour title. The 22-year-old defeated three seeded players in five rounds to emerge victorious, including second seed Roberto Bautista Agut in the final. The Italian held all 49 service games he played throughout the tournament and jumps 30 positions to a career-high No. 54 in the ATP Rankings. Read More & Watch Highlights

No. 82 (Career High) Jozef Kovalik, +31
The 25-year-old qualifier won five matches at the German Tennis Championships 2018 presented by Kampmann before a final-set tie-break loss to defending champion Mayer. Kovalik defeated fourth seed Damir Dzumhur in the first round and also swept aside 17-year-old Rudolf Molleker in straight sets. The Bratislava native, who also reached the Diema Xtra Sofia Open semi-finals from qualifying in February, moves 31 places up to a career-high No. 82 in the ATP Rankings.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers This Week
No. 50 Matthew Ebden, +5
No. 81 Taro Daniel, +7
No. 90 Laslo Djere, +11
No. 91 Marcos Baghdatis, +4
No. 96 Jurgen Zopp, +11
No. 100 (Career High) Hugo Dellien, +6