After clinching the Cincinnati Masters title, Alexander Zverev rose to fourth place in the latest ATP rankings released on Monday.
Alexander Zverev's victory at the Cincinnati Masters witnessed the drop of German star Rafael Nadal to fifth place in Monday's new ATP rankings.
The 24-year-old Tokyo Olympic gold medalist defeated Andrey Rublev 6-2, 6-3 in less than an hour in Sunday's final.
This victory brought him to fourth place for the first time since May 2019 and dropped Nadal to fifth place. Since losing in the French Open semi-finals, the Spaniard has been struggling with a left foot injury.
Last week Zverev announced that he would be absent from the US Open starting next week and immediately end the season.
Young Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime moved up two spots to 15th, while Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and French Gael Monfils returned to the top 20.
|04 (+1)||Alexander Zverev||8240|
|05 (-1)||Rafael Nadal||7815|
|12 (+1)||Pablo Carreno||3325|
|13 (-1)||Hubert Hurkacz||3128|
|15 (+2)||Felix Auger-Aliassime||2828|
|16 (-1)||Jannik Sinner||2750|
|17 (+1)||Alex De Minaur||2555|
|18 (+3)||Grigor Dimitrov||2511|
|19 (+1)||Christian Garin||2510|
|20 (+2)||Gael Monfils||2503|
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