Success at ATP Challenger level has propelled Australia’s Jordan Thompson back inside the world’s top 100 in the latest rankings.
Jordan Thompson has returned to the world’s top 100 in the latest ATP Tour men’s singles rankings. The 28-year-old rises four places to world No.98 after reaching the semifinals at an ATP Challenger in America last week.
Thompson is one of seven Australian men currently inside the world’s top 100, led by Nick Kyrgios at world No.20.
Bernard Tomic takes biggest mover honours this week, rising 142 places to world No.659 after capturing an ITF title in Mexico. It is the 29-year-old’s eighth career title – and his first since 2018.
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|Alex de Minaur||No.22||0|
|James Duckworth||No.83||Read more at www.tennis.com.au