Stan Wawrinka surged 27 spots in the rankings after reaching his first ATP final since 2017 at Rotterdam.

Daniil Medvedev and Marco Cecchinato reached career-high rankings on Monday, at No.15 and No.17 in the world respectively, while Gael Monfils climbed 10 spots to No.23 after winning his 8th career title at Rotterdam.

Stan Wawrinka was also a climber, as the Swiss rocked up 27 spots to No.41 in the rankings as a result of reaching his first ATP final since 2017.

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But the biggest riser inside the Top 100 was American Reilly Opelka. The 6’11 mega server claimed his maiden title at the New York Open with a 43-ace performance against Brayden Schnur and rises 33 spots to a career-high perch at No.56.

Spain’s Jaume Munar, who reached back to back quarter-finals at Cordoba and Buenos Aires, jumps to a career-high ranking of 66, while Ernests Gulbis rises 10 spots to No.74 on the strength of his quarter-final appearance at Rotterdam.

France's Ugo Humbert also cracked a career-high ranking of 75 thanks to his title at the Cherbourg Challenger.

Sitting just outside the Top 100 at 107 is Canada’s Brayden Schnur, who made a jump of 47 spots by reaching his first career final at the New York Open. Schnur, 23, had never won a main draw match on tour before last week.