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Daniil Medvedev captures his first ATP World Tour title in Sydney to close in on a return to the Top 50 in the ATP Rankings.

Medvedev Close To Top 50 Return, Mover Of The Week

ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the Top 100 of the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 15 January 2018

No. 53 Daniil Medvedev, +31
The 21-year-old Russian captured his first ATP World Tour title at the Sydney International with victory over 18-year-old Australian wild card Alex de Minaur. It was the youngest tour-level final since Rafael Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic at the 2007 BNP Paribas Open. Medvedev rises up 31 places to No. 53 in the ATP Rankings, just five spots off his career-high of No. 48 on 24 July 2017. De Minaur jumped 40 positions to No. 127 in the new list. Read More & Watch Sydney Final Highlights

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No. 10 Juan Martin del Potro, +2
The popular Argentine returned to the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings for the first time since 4 August 2014 (No. 10) after he finished runner-up to Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain in the ASB Classic final. It is a dramatic return for del Potro, who was No. 1,045 in the ATP Rankings on 8 February 2016 after only two tournaments in the previous 24 months. Bautista Agut, who added to his 2016 Auckland crown, remained at No. 21 – eight spots off his career-high of No. 13 (17 October 2016). Read More & Watch Auckland Final Highlights

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No. 76 Andreas Seppi, +11
The 33-year-old Italian clinched his eighth ATP Challenger Tour title with victory in the East Hotel Canberra Challenger final. The former World No. 18 (28 January 2013) is now up to No. 76 in the ATP Rankings, an 11-spot rise from the previous week. Read More & Watch ATP Challenger Tour Spotlight

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Other Notable Top 100 Moves This Week
No. 33 David Ferrer, +5
No. 58 Hyeon Chung, +4
No. 80 Marton Fucsovics, +5
No. 86 Lukas Lacko, +4