ATP standings – The Big 3 (Federer, Djokovic, Nadal) ejected from the top 2, Medvedev n ° 1 in the world ahead of Zverev, Murray grumbles

Medvedev defeats Djokovic, Ruud leaves the Top 5

It was inevitable, it is now official. Novak Djokovic is no longer number 1 in the world due to the withdrawal of points from the 2021 edition of Roland-Garros that he had won (2000 units thus lost). The Serbs are thus stopping (for the time being at least) 373 weeks on the throne, a record obviously.

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Add to that the 3rd, with 1200 points for nouveau leader Daniil Medvedev and the 305th son of Alexander Zverev, who achieved for the first time in his career the 2nd place in the world. So there are no more members of the Big 3 in the first two places, an event since Djokovic, Nadal or Federer have been constituted since November 10, 2003.

On the other hand, Djokovic is no more ahead of Nadal (4th) than 345 longs and the Serbe is out of the tournament which is in need). Another notable change: Paris finalist Casper Ruud enters the Top 5, a new culminating point in his career, to the detriment of Stefanos Tsitsipas (6th) who is losing capital from his 2021 final at Roland-Garros.

Van Rhijtoven, the day of glory: the summary of his victory in the final against Medvedev

Federer abandoned the Top 50, Murray retrouved

Pour Roger Federer en revanche, la lente and inevitable chute continue. Switzerland falls again and finds 68th, just behind Hugo Gaston for the anecdote. So outside of the Top 50, which hadn’t arrived since the week of June 5, 2000, he was just 22 years old. And given that he is only expected to make his return to the circuit in Basel next October, he has no end in sight.

A brilliant finalist on the Stuttgart field after seeing in particular beat his first Top 5 since the end of 2016, Andy Murray, makes him a 21 -place bond that allows him to make a new one of the top 50 in the world, a first four for him ( 28 May 2018). That’s what he promises before Wimbledon if his body holds (he was injured in the final).

It should also be noted that Nick Kyrgios, semi-finalist on the German field (beaten by Murray), continues to move from his side (65th, +13 places) ahead of Federer.

In the Top 20, few changes to signal: if only Hubert Hurkacz (12th) and Jannik Sinner (13th) are crossing their places, as are Denis Shapovalov (15th) and Diego Schwartzman (16th). But big names in world tennis know the opposite sorts.

Andy Murray in Stuttgart in 2022

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Nihsikori is in the Top 100, Van Rijthoven is approaching

The Swiss “Maestro”, however, is not the only one injured to break out this week. With 180 points of his eighth final against Roland last year, Kei Nishikori (105th, -21nd place) and not including the 100 best players in the world. It hadn’t happened to the Japanese since the week of November 15, 2010, so it’s been 11 and a half years. Operated from the hanche earlier this year, he has not yet found the path of the courts.

If Nishikori can turn black, Tim van Rijthoven will challenge him in the Top 100. Winning to the general surprise the ‘S -Hertogenbosch tournament -beating passing Taylor Fritz, Hugo Gaston, Félix Auger -Aliassime and Daniil Medvedev -, the Dutchman doubled a hundred of his colleagues (99 to be exact) to now display the 106 matriculation, which is the best ranking of his career.

Van Rhijtoven, the day of glory: the summary of his victory in the final against Medvedev

Highs and lows

  • 13th year ago and the Top 100 to get meilleur classement ce lundi. Alexander Zverev (2nd, +1 place), Casper Ruud (5th, +1), Miomir Kecmanovic (30th, +1), Jenson Brooksby (33rd, +1), Sebastian Baez (34th, +2nd), Oscar Otte (51st) , +10), Brandon Nakashima (54th, +10), Emil Ruusuvuori (56th, +6), Jiri Lehecka (76th, +3), Tomas Martin Etcheverry (79th, +11), Bernabe Zapata Miralles (94th, +3 ), Chun Hsin Tseng (97th, +7) and Jack Draper (99th, +7) can have a smile.
  • For others, it’s the soup to the grimace: Cristian Garin (43rd, -10th place), Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (44th, -14), Fabio Fognini (59th, -7), Marcos Giron (60th, -7 ), Laslo Djere (62nd, -8), Daniel Altmaier (66th, -7), Roger Federer (68th, -18), Lorenzo Musetti (74th, -17), Federico Delbonis (89th, -16), Mikael Ymer ( 90th, -7), Steve Johnson (93th, -6), Henri Laaksonen (98th, -9), Dominik Koepfer (103rd, -7), Ricardas Berankis (104th, -6) and Kei Nishikori (105th, -21) big loser.

The Top 20 on 13/06

Rang Player Points
1. Daniel Medvedev 7950
2. Alexander Zverev 7075
3. Novak Djokovic 6770
4. Rafael Nadal 6525
5. Casper Ruud 5050
6. Stefanos Tsitsipas 4945
7. Carlos Alcaraz 4893
8. Andrey Rublev 4125
9. Félix Auger-Aliassime 3895
10. Matteo Berrettini 3570
11. Cameron Norrie 3455
12. Hubert Hurkacz 3258
13. Jannik Sinner 3185
14. Taylor Fritz 2920
15. Denis Shapovalov 2473
16. Diego Schwartzman 2325
17. Marin Cilic 2130
18. Reilly Opelka 2100
19. Pablo Carreno Busta 1965
20. Roberto Bautista Agut 1858

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