ATP Race to Turin Update: Alcaraz jumps 72 spots to number 10 as Nadal leads

Carlos Alcaraz won his maiden ATP 500 trophy in Rio de Janeiro and the Spaniard jumped 72 spots in the ATP Race to Turin.

Another week of tennis has passed and the Race to Turin has been reshaped once again. Rafael Nadal still holds the lead comfortably ahead of Daniil Medvedev. Neither has played since the Australian Open and both will return in Acapulco. Felix Auger-Aliassime is very close to Medvedev with another final in Marseille. The rest of the top 10 consists of Tsitsipas at 4, Berrettini at 5, Bautista at 6, Schwartzman at 7 and Shapovalov at 8.

As noted in the title, Alcaraz is the biggest mover of the week jumping 72 spots to number 10 after earning 500 points in Rio. Andrey Rublev jumped 14 spots after his trophy run in Marseille with Cameron Norrie jumping 50 spots with a title run in Delray Beach. Check out the top 30 below.

ATP Race to Turin (TOP 30):

1 Rafael Nadal 2,250

2 Daniil Medvedev 1,495

3 Felix Auger-Aliassime 1,400

4 Stefanos Tsitsipas 1,125

5 Matteo Berrettini 855

6 Roberto Bautista Agut 800

7 Diego Schwartzman 735

8 Denis Shapovalov 695

9 Gael Monfils 610

10 Carlos Alcaraz 590

11 Reilly Opelka 580

12 Andrey Rublev 520

13 Alexander Zverev 470

14 Jannik Sinner 440

15 Karen Khachanov 420

16 Alex de Minaur 405

17 Marin Cilic 405

18 Maxime Cressy 387

19 Taylor Fritz 385

20 Aslan Karatsev 385

21 Casper Ruud 375

22 Daniel Evans 370

23 Cameron Norrie 350

24 Francisco Cerundolo 345

25 Thanasi Kokkinakis 340

26 Miomir Kecmanovic 330

27 Arthur Rinderknech 330

28 Adrian Mannarino 315

29 Lorenzo Sonego 315

30 Alexander Bublik 315

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