Vienna – Monday, September 19, 2022, 2:32 p.m
Dominic Thiem returns to the top 200 in the men’s world rankings that were published on Monday.
Thanks to his entry into the final of the Challenger tournament in Rennes, the 29-year-old from Lower Austria has moved up 34 positions to 182nd place.
Thiem is now number four in Austria, overtaking Gerald Melzer (190th) and Sebastian Ofner (197th).
Dennis Novak, who lost the Challenger final in Szczecin on Sunday, is now scratching the top 100 again. After reaching the final, the native of Klosterneuburg moved up 25 places and is now number 111 in the world and number 1 in Austria.
Juri Rodionov (136th) and Filip Misolic (145th) are also ahead of Thiem in the ATP ranking, who will try his luck at the ATP 250 tournament in Metz this week – the tournament can be seen daily on Sky.
The top 10 remain unchanged after the Davis Cup week: Spanish US Open winner Carlos Alcaraz continues to lead ahead of Norwegian Casper Ruud and compatriot Rafael Nadal.