ATP RANKING. If Daniil Medvedev consolidates his lead, it is not pleasing for the French side. For the first time in 17 years, there is only one French player in the top 50.
Although Daniil Medvedev has not yet won a championship in 2022, he is currently number 1 in the world. The Russian is ahead of German Alexander Zverev, who was forfeited at Wimbledon after right ankle surgery, and Novak Djokovic, who will try to win their first Grand Slam of the year on English turf. Halle (Germany) title holder Hubert Hurkacz (10th) is back in the top 10, replacing Queen’s winner Matteo Berrettini (3rd).
On the French side, Gaël Monfils, 23rd in the ATP standings, is the only tricolor in the top 50, the first 17 at the time Sébastien Grosjean had survived. Regarding the other Frenchmen, there are seven more players in the top 100 ATP: Benjamin Bonzi (56th, -4th), Arthur Rinderknech (61st, -6th), Hugo Gaston (65th, +2), Richard Gasquet (69th). , +4) , Adrian Mannarino (73rd, -1), Benoît Paire (76th, +3) and Quentin Halys (84th, +2). Ugo Humbert lost 53 places and 458 points, currently ranked 103rd in the world.
What is ATP rank?
On Monday, June 13, Daniil Medvedev became the new world number one ahead of Germany’s Alexander Zverev and Serbia’s Novak Djokovic. ATP ranking:
What is the classification of ATP Racing?
According to the latest Racing classification, Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who won the Australian Open and Roland-Garros, is at the top of the Racing classification ahead of his fellow countrymen Alcaraz and Tsitsipas.
What are the differences between ATP ranking and Race ranking?
Unlike the “classic” ATP ranking, which is updated every week based on points earned over the previous 52 weeks, the ATP Racing ranking only takes into account points earned in the current season and gradually totals the eighteen best results.
The ATP ranking consists of points awarded based on each player’s performance during major competitions. In total, 18 competitions are taken into account and the accumulated points are valid for 52 weeks. So, for example, a grand slam winner will receive 2000 points, runner-up 1200 points, semi-finalist 720 points, etc. The points for each major tournament are not the same, because in the masters 1000, victory gives 1000 points, the final 600 points, and the semi-final 360 points.
The leaderboard is updated weekly and the scores are valid for one year, but are compared rather than summed. In other words, the performance of the player in a competition in the current year is compared with the performance of the same competition last year. For a new ranking that appears every Monday, the points achieved are added to the total to create a new total for the week.