Tsonga the only ‘big mover’ in ATP Rankings

Not very much changed in the ATP Rankings released on Monday with the only 'big mover' being Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who jumped from 11th to seventh, after winning the Marseille Open on Sunday.

In Sunday's Marseille final, Tsonga defeated countryman Lucas Pouille in straight sets for his second consecutive ATP title after winning the Rotterdam title earlier in February.

Britain's Andy Murray still sits on top of the rankings ahead of Serb Novak Djokovic.

Top 20 players ATP Tour singles players as of Monday:

1   (1)   Andy Murray(Britain) – 11540 Points
2   (2)   Novak Djokovic(Serbia) – 9735
3   (3)   Stan Wawrinka(Switzerland) – 5195
4   (4)   Milos Raonic(Canada) – 5080
5   (5)   Kei Nishikori(Japan) – 4730
6   (6)   Rafa Nadal(Spain) – 4115
7   (11)  Jo-Wilfried Tsonga(France) – 3480
8   (7)   Marin Cilic(Croatia) – 3410
9   (8)   Dominic Thiem(Austria) – 3375
10  (9)   Roger Federer(Switzerland) – 3260
11  (10)  David Goffin(Belgium) –  3245
12  (12)  Gael Monfils(France) – 3190
13  (13)  Grigor Dimitrov(Bulgaria) – 2925
14  (14)  Tomas Berdych(Czech Republic) – 2790
15  (17)  Lucas Pouille(France) – 2261
16  (15)  Roberto Bautista(Spain) – 2190
17  (16)  Nick Kyrgios(Australia) – 2075
18  (21)  Jack Sock(U.S.) – 2060
19  (19)  Richard Gasquet(France) – 1920
20  (18)  Alexander Zverev(Germany) – 1895

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