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Mischa Zverev wins his first ATP World Tour title in Eastbourne for a 26-place rise and back into the Top 50 of the ATP Rankings.

Zverev Returns To Top 50, Mover Of The Week

ATPWorldTour.com looks at the top Movers of the Week in the ATP Rankings, as of Monday, 2 July 2018

No. 41 Mischa Zverev, +26
The 30-year-old German captured his first ATP World Tour title at the Nature Valley International and broke back into the Top 50 of the ATP Rankings for the first time since 15 January 2018 (No. 35). In rising 26 places to World No. 41, Zverev is 16 places off his career-high of No. 25, which he achieved on 24 July 2017. He had previously finished runner-up in two ATP World Tour finals at the Moselle Open in 2010 and the Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open in 2017. Read & Watch Eastbourne Final Highlights

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No. 23 (Career High) Damir Dzumhur, +7
The 26-year-old from Bosnia and Herzegovina, a member of the Top 40 since 25 September 2017, moved up seven places to a career-high No. 23 as a result of capturing his third ATP World Tour title. Victory over Adrian Mannarino at the Turkish Airlines Open Antalya was his first grass-court crown, adding to trophies earned in 2017 at the St. Petersburg Open and the VTB Kremlin Cup. Read & Watch Antalya Final Highlights 

No. 73 Lukas Lacko, +21
The 30-year-old Slovenian was at No. 107 in the ATP Rankings on 9 April, but with one ATP Challenger Tour title in Glasgow (d. Vanni) and a run to his second ATP World Tour final, Lacko is at No. 73. Lacko recorded the biggest win of his career over No. 11 Diego Schwartzman in the Eastbourne second round and beat Roland Garros semi-finalist Marco Cecchinato in the semi-finals for a 21-spot rise. His only other final appearance came in February 2012 at Zagreb (l. to Youzhny).

No. 77 Mikhail Kukushkin, +13
The 30-year-old Kazakhstani beat Alex de Minaur, David Ferrer and Kyle Edmund en route to the semi-finals at Devonshire Park in Eastbourne (l. to Zverev), resulting in a 13-position jump to No. 77. His career-high came on 5 October 2015 when he was at No. 46 in the ATP Rankings.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers This Week
No. 56 (Career High) John Millman, +6
No. 90 Laslo Djere, +11
No. 93 Jiri Vesely, +10