Medvedev dethrones Djokovic, Ruud in top 5
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He is now only 3rd, nearly 1200 points behind new leader Daniil Medvedev, and 305 points behind runner-up Alexander Zverev, who has risen to 2nd place in the world for the first time in his career. As such there is no longer a member of the Big 3 in the first two places, an event since Djokovic, Nadal or Federer has been there continuously since November 10, 2003.
What’s more, Djokovic is no longer just 245 ahead of Nadal (4th) and is destined to drop further in the coming weeks due to the point loss at Serbian Wimbledon. IT). Another notable change: Paris finalist Casper Ruud joins the Top 5, a new career high, against Stefanos Tsitsipas (6th), who vacated the capital of the 2021 final at Roland-Garros.
Federer dropped out of the top 50, Murray found him
After beating his first Top 5 since the end of 2016, brilliant finalist Andy Murray on Stuttgart turf has jumped 21 places, allowing him to be part of the world top 50 again (47th), a first for him. for four years (28 May 2018). This promises before Wimbledon if his body holds up (he was injured in the final). Also note that the semi-finalist on the German floor (beaten by Murray) Nick Kyrgios continues to rise on his side (65th, +13 places) and is now ahead of Federer.
There are a few changes to report in the Top 20: with the exception of Hubert Hurkacz (12th) and Jannik Sinner (13th), as well as Denis Shapovalov (15th) and Diego Schwartzman (16th).
Nihsikori leaves the Top 100, Van Rijthoven approaches
However, Swiss “Maestro” is not the only injured person disappointed this week. Kei Nishikori (105th, -21st place) who lost 180 points in the round of 16 at Roland last year is no longer one of the top 100 players in the world. This had not happened to the Japanese since the week of November 15, 2010, 11 and a half years ago. He had surgery on his hip at the beginning of the year, and he has not yet found his way to court.
ups and downs
- They are 13th in the Top 100 to reach unprecedented heights for them this Monday. Alexander Zverev (2nd, +1th), Casper Ruud (5th, +1), Miomir Kecmanovic (30th, +1), Jenson Brooksby (33rd, +1), Sebastian Baez (34th, +2) , Oscar Otte (51st , +10), Brandon Nakashima (54th, +10), Emil Ruusuvuori (56th, +6), Jiri Lehecka (76th, +3), Tomas Martin Etcheverry (79th, +11th) ), Bernabe Zapata Miralles (94th, +3) ), Chun Hsin Tseng (97th, +7) and Jack Draper (99th, +7) can smile.
- For others, the soup of grimaces: Cristian Garin (43rd, -10th), Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (44th, -14th), Fabio Fognini (59th, -7th), Marcos Giron (60th, -7th). ), Laslo Djere (62nd, -8th), Daniel Altmaier (66th, -7th), Roger Federer (68th, -18th), Lorenzo Musetti (74th, -17th), Federico Delbonis (89th). , -16), Mikael Ymer ( 90th, -7), Steve Johnson (93rd, -6th), Henri Laaksonen (98th, -9), Dominik Koepfer (103rd, -7), Ricardas Berankis (104, -6) and Kei Nishikori (105, -21) lost significant.
Top 20 as of 06/13
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|20.||Roberto Bautista Agut||1858|
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