Alexei Popyrin

Australia

Alexei achieved a new career-high ranking 25 times in 2018, peaking at No. 148 on 5 November soon after his Basel first round win. He broke into the top 600, top 500, top 400, top 300 and top 200 during the 2018 season. Popyrin earned his first ranking point 3 days after his 17th birthday on 8 August 2016.

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