The Chilean cracks the Top 20 for the first time after winning Rio.
Cristian Garin has won back-to-back titles and on Monday he made his well-deserved Top 20 debut, becoming the first Chilean to hold a Top 20 ranking since Fernando Gonzalez in 2010.
The 23-year-old Chilean has won nine straight matches after claiming titles at Cordoba and Rio.
Also rising up the rankings this week was American Reilly Opelka who jumps from 54 to 39 thanks to his title run at Delray Beach. Opelka defeated Yoshihito Nishioka in the final but the Japanese also jumped 15 spots and will make his Top 50 debut today at No.48.
The biggest riser inside the Top 100 is Italy’s Gianluca Mager, who pushes from 128 to a career high at 77. His trip to the Rio final has enabled him to surge 51 spots and make his Top 100 debut.
Other career highs inside the Top 100:
Alexander Bublik, +8 to 47.
Egor Gerasimov, +7 to 65.
Attila Balazs, +27 to 79.