No. 6 Novak Djokovic, +4
The 31-year-old became the first player to achieve the Career Golden Masters after completing his collection of ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophies at the Western & Southern Open. In his sixth final at the Ohio-based event, Djokovic lifted his first trophy after a straight-sets win over seven-time champion Roger Federer.

The 31-time Masters 1000 titlist was pushed to a deciding set in four of his six encounters in Cincinnati and beat three Top 10 opponents en route to the title. With 4,445 points, Djokovic climbs four places to No. 6 in the ATP Rankings. Read More & Watch Highlights

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No. 10 David Goffin, +1
Coming into the Western & Southern Open, Goffin had lost five of his seven most recent tour-level matches. But the Belgian found his form in Cincinnati, defeating Rogers Cup finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas, Benoit Paire and Top 10 rivals Kevin Anderson and Juan Martin del Potro to reach the semi-finals. At No. 10, Goffin moves up one position to re-enter the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings.

No. 25 Milos Raonic, +4
The Canadian reached his fourth Western & Southern Open quarter-final in six visits to Cincinnati without dropping a set. Raonic defeated Dusan Lajovic, Malek Jaziri and countryman Denis Shapovalov before a three-set loss to eventual champion Djokovic in the last eight. The 27-year-old, now 24-10 at tour-level this season, rises four positions to No. 25 in the ATP Rankings.

Other Notable Top 100 Movers This Week
No. 28 Denis Shapovalov, +4
No. 40 (Career High) Marton Fucsovics, +8
No. 41 Leonardo Mayer, +9
No. 48 Robin Haase, +7
No. 82 Marius Copil, +10
No. 85 (Career High) Jaume Munar, +6
No. 88 Vasek Pospisil +6
No. 94 Paolo Lorenzi, +9
No. 95 Bradley Klahn, +7
No. 99 (Career High) Jason Kubler, +10