No. 11 Carlos Alcaraz, +5 (Career High)
The rising Spanish star continues to climb the ATP Rankings following his title run at the Miami Open presented by Itau, where he became the youngest champion in the event’s history. Entering the South Florida event one year ago, Alcaraz had yet to break into the Top 100. The 18-year-old is now knocking on the door of the Top 10 after his historic Miami run in which he defeated three current members of that elite group. Read Miami Final Report & Watch Highlights.

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No. 10 Cameron Norrie, +2 (Career High)
Great Britain’s Norrie makes his Top 10 debut after reaching the last 16 in Miami, where he fell to eventual finalist Casper Ruud. The 26-year-old earned that distinction with the help of his Delray Beach title in February, when he beat Opelka in the final.

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No. 51 Francisco Cerundolo, +52 (Career High)
Entering Miami with an 0-2 career ATP Tour record on hard courts, the Argentine scored the result of his young career by reaching the semi-finals at Hard Rock Stadium. He got past four seeded players on the way, upsetting Reilly Opelka (second-set retirement), Gael Monfils, Frances Tiafoe and Jannik Sinner (first-set retirement). The 23-year-old had spent two weeks in the Top 100 previously, when he was ranked No. 76 for two weeks beginning in late February.

No. 38 Miomir Kecmanovic, +10 (Career High)
One of the most consistent players of the 2022 ATP Tour season, Kecmanovic reached his fourth straight quarter-final last week in Miami. He had a tough road to the last eight in Miami, getting past Felix Auger-Aliassime in the second round and dismissing Indian Wells champion Taylor Fritz in the Round of 16 — that result earning the Serb a measure of revenge after a loss to the American in California.

No. 85 Thanasi Kokkinakis, +12 
The Aussie qualified into both Indian Wells and Miami, and made the most of his opportunity in South Florida by reaching the Round of 16, defeating 13th seed Diego Schwartzman on the way. This year’s Adelaide 2 singles champion also reached the Miami doubles semi-finals with countryman Nick Kyrgios, with whom he won the Australian Open doubles crown in January.

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