Kasper Road climbed to 63rd place and the best career on the world tennis rankings Monday.
At the same time, a 20-year-old can enjoy good economic times.
Ruud played in the previous round until the third round of the Star Masters Tournament in Rome. There was an exit to Argentina Juan Martin del Potro.
In the second round, the Norwegian hit a strong player like Australian Nick Kirgius, and some were fired and forced to work hard to send an awesome rod of the tournament in the Italian capital.
Rod was expected to make a big leap in the wake of the strong effort, and on Monday he moved to 63rd place on the list of the best tennis players in the world. He was never so strong.
The 13 pants from 76th place last week is the biggest player on the top 100 list.
An economic adventure
Ruud thus also climbs a family record on the global ranking. Father Christian was in her active career as the best number 39. In an interview with NTB recently, Kasper admitted that he intended to be the best in the family.
"It was probably a bit more talking and thought about it now in the past when I picked up the rankings, but it's still a little over there," he said during a brief visit to Norway in late April.
Ruud can also benefit from the fact that 2019 began in a very financial way. To date, he recorded $ 254,564, the corresponding NOK 2.21 million, according to the ATP tour.
It's worth just under a third of everything he recorded throughout his career. So far in 2019, Rod appears with 11 wins and five losses.
Ruud's previous sale on the world ranking was instead of 68 instead of week three in April.
The leading rankings make the Serbian star Novak Djokovic, despite Sunday losing the Masters Masters in Rome for Rafael Nadal. Only Nadal follows in second place, while Roger Federer is number three.
Rod's superior, Juan Martin del Potro, is number nine.
For the Norwegian, the Roland-Garros tournament in Paris is the next big destination. It starts next weekend.