Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is back in the top 10 after his great run to the Rogers Cup title last week. Going into the tournament ranked No. 15, the 29-year-old Frenchmen beat Grigor Dimitrov and three of the "Big Four" in Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Roger Federer to win his first title since February of last year. He also became the first man since Guillermo Canas in 2002 to beat four top 10 players to win an ATP title, a surprise given the fact Tsonga went into the week 0-7 against top 10 players this year.
Feliciano Lopez moved up nine spots to No. 16 and is just one spot shy of his career-high ranking. The 32-year-old, who recently got engaged, made his his third ATP Masters 1000 semifinal with wins over Tomas Berdych and Milos Raonic before losing to Federer.
Other notable movers
Jack Sock's ranking keeps creeping up. He's up four spots to a career-high ranking of 54.
In his first tournament since Wimbledon, 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios won another ATP match, this time over No. 30 Santiago Giraldo. With that win he's up 12 spots to No. 58. Kyrgios withdrew from Cincinnati with a left arm injury.
Vasek Pospisil couldn't defend his semifinal points from last year in Canada and dropped 19 spots to No. 46. His ATP profile page now defaults to his doubles rankings, which is a much nicer No. 27.
Jerzy Janowicz continues his descent through the rankings, dropping 13 spots to No. 65. Marinko Matosevic lost 30 spots after failing to defend quarterfinal points in Canada, now down to No. 89.
Marcos Baghdatis is up 24 spots to No. 82 after winning back-to-back ATP Challenger titles in Vancouver, Canada and Aptos, California.