Italian player Andreas Seppi gets to #32 in the world after winning the Serbia Open title today. This puts him among the probable players to get a seed in the coming Roland Garros tournament. However, his stay in that rank may be shortlived as the Madrid Open starts later as well, and results there might cause seismic movements again in the rankings.
Anyhow, this is Andreas Seppi's second ATP title and the first for clay. He won Eastbourne last year. Today, he won handily over French Benoit Paire 63 62. He simply did not allow the Frenchman much leeway throughout the match, and Paire's impatience may have cost him many points. He should try to be more patient and build points instead of finishing most of his points by his vaunted drop shot, which did not quite work well today, as Seppi was just plain solid.