Poland's top man is back in the top 10 ahead of Wimbledon. By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Hubert Hurkacz is back in the top ten after his run to the title in Halle, while Nick Kyrgios, Filip Krajinovic and Oscar Otte are on the rise.

Here’s a peek at this week’s ATP rankings, after events in Halle and Queen’s, which also helped determine seedings at Wimbledon.

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Hurkacz Top 10

The Pole, who impressively stormed to his first grass court title in Halle last week by taking out Felix Auger-Aliassime, Nick Kyrgios and Daniil Medvedev, returns to the top 10 at No.10 in the rankings. The 25-year-old Pole is the only mover inside the Top 10 of this week’s ATP rankings.

At 28-11 on the season, Hurkacz is one spot off his career-high ranking of nine.

Kyrgios jumps 20

Not quite high enough to be seeded at Wimbledon, but Nick Kyrgios jumps 20 spots to No.45 to enter the Top-50 once again, thanks to a semifinal run at Halle.

Remember the Aussie was outside the Top-100 as recently as April 3. Kyrgios has reached semifinals in his last three events and comes in at 15-6 in 2022 as of this week. He is currently in Mallorca, where he will face Laslo Djere in first-round action at the Mallorca Championships.

Krajinovic to 31

What a difference a week makes for Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic. The 30-year-old entered the week with an 0-4 lifetime record on grass before shooting to the final in Queen’s. He lost to virtually unbeatable Matteo Berrettini on Sunday but still rose 17 spots in the rankings to 31. Krajinovic is five spots shy of his career-high ranking of 26.

Top 50 for Oscar Otte

Reaching his biggest career semi-final on home soil in Halle, Oscar Otte marks a career milestone with a Top-50 debut. The 28-year-old German comes in at 37 this week (up 14 spots) – Otte was outside of the Top-100 when the 2022 season began.

He has never finished an ATP season inside the Top-100 before.

Federer down to 96

We have had some good news recently from Roger Federer regarding his plans to return to the tour in 2023, but for the moment, his ranking is sinking. The Swiss drops 28 spot to No.96 and will fall outside of the Top-100 after Wimbledon.

Querrey Biggest Riser

American Sam Querrey made the biggest jump inside the ATP’s Top-100, rising 22 spots to No.99. He reached the round of 16 at Queen’s before falling to Krajinovic in three sets. Querrey, a former World No.11, is back inside the Top-100 for the first time since October of last year.