Here is all the information you require on the most recent ATP Rankings published on September 26, 2022. Stan Wawrinka, a three-time Grand Slam champion, significantly improved in the most recent ATP Rankings, which were revealed on Monday.
With his performance in the Metz semifinals, former World No. 3 Wawrinka rose 91 ranks to 193. The Swiss player advanced to the final four after beginning in qualifying and defeating World No. 4 Daniil Medvedev of Russia. He then withdrew in opposition to Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan. After being away from touring for a year following surgery on his left foot, Wawrinka made his comeback in March.
Significant improvements were also done by Brandon Nakashima and Lorenzo Sonego. By defeating Bublik in the ATP250 final in Metz, Italian Sonego won his first tour-level championship of the year and rose 20 places to the position of World No. 45.
After defeating fellow countryman Marcos Giron in San Diego to win his first tour-level championship, American Brandon Nakashima rose 21 spots to 48th. Tenth-place Polish Hubert Hurkacz was replaced by Italian Jannik Sinner, marking the only change in the top 10.