Russians Medvedev, who reached the Grand Slam singles final for the first time and was still two sets behind, rose to a new fourth place this week. Two top four mens singles, Berettini and Dimitrov, rose to 13th and 25th respectively, with the latter soaring 53 places after a long downturn this year. In addition, Wallinka has returned to the top 20 for the first time since his recovery.
ATP singles world ranking (September 9, 2019)
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