A three-tournament week on the ATP Tour saw Cameron Norrie, Daniil Medvedev and Hubert Hurkacz lift titles in Rio de Janiero, Doha and Marseille, respectively. However, despite not playing, Taylor Fritz was the biggest winner in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings.

ATPTour.com looks at the movers of the week as of Monday, 27 February 2023.

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No. 5 Taylor Fritz, +2 (Career High)
The 25-year-old is up two places to a career-high No. 5 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings, surpassing Andrey Rublev and Rafael Nadal. Fritz, who captured the title in Delray Beach earlier this month, is the first American man to be ranked inside the Top 5 since Andy Roddick in September 2009.

No. 12 Cameron Norrie, +1
The Briton is up one spot to No. 12 after winning his first tour-level title of the season at the Rio Open presented by Claro. The 27-year-old clawed past Carlos Alcaraz in the final to capture the fifth ATP Tour trophy of his career. Read Rio Final Report & Watch Highlights.

No. 42 Bernabe Zapata Miralles, +21 (Career High)
The Spaniard continued his impressive form in Rio, where he defeated Jaume Munar, Francisco Cerundolo and Albert Ramos-Vinolas to reach the semi-finals. The 26-year-old, who also advanced to the last four in Buenos Aires, has risen 21 spots.

No. 45 Benjamin Bonzi, +15
The 26-year-old has climbed back into the Top 50 after he advanced to his second tour-level final at the Open 13 Provence in Marseille. The Frenchman was unable to lift his maiden tour-level trophy, though, falling to Hubert Hurkacz in the championship match. Read Marseille Final Report & Watch Highlights.

No. 52 Andy Murray, +18
The Scot enjoyed a memorable run to the final (l. to D. Medvedev) at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open in Doha, where he pulled off four three-set victories. The Scot defeated Alexander Zverev and saved five match points against Jiri Lehecka to reach his first championship match since Stuttgart last June. Read Doha Final Report & Watch Highlights.


Other Notable Top 100 Movers
No. 7 Daniil Medvedev, +1
No. 47 Jiri Lehecka +5
No. 59 Mikael Ymer, +10 (Career High)
No. 67 Lorenzo Sonego, +4
No. 75 Dusan Lajovic, +5
No. 81 Jordan Thompson, +12
No. 85 Nuno Borges, +18 (Career High)
No. 87 Nicolas Jarry, +52
No. 96 Hugo Dellien, +15
No. 97 Stan Wawrinka, +8

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