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Canada is having a big impact on the ATP rankings this Monday, as the nation now has two Top 20 players and three inside the Top 35.

Denis Shapovalov makes his Top 20 debut after reaching the Miami Open semi-finals, while Felix Auger-Aliassime rises 24 spots to No.33.

Auger-Aliassime’s rise is the biggest jump in the ATP’s Top 100. Inside the Top 10 Stefanos Tsitsipas was the biggest riser—he moved up two spots to a career-high ranking of No.8.

There were also double-digit risers outside of the Top 50. Australia’s Jordan Thompson moved up ten spots to No.67, while Pablo Andujar jumped 18 spots to No.70 by winning the Marbella Challenger.

Andrey Rublev climbed nine spots to No.90.

Roger Federer moves to the top of the Race to London standings after his title in Miami, as John Isner climbs 17 spots to No.6. Here are the top 10 in the race.