ATP Rankings: Federer Replaced Nadal as World No. 1, Djokovic Stands Lowest Since 2006

Federer Replaced Nadal as World No. 1
Federer Replaced Nadal as World No. 1

Swiss star Roger Federer has once again occupied the top spot in the ATP rankings. After losing in the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open, Rafael Nadal has lost his top spot in ATP Rankings. Federer replaced Nadal as World No. 1 and climbed the top of the latest rankings issued on Monday, May 14.

It’s noteworthy that even not being able to enter to the tennis court after March, Federer again occupied the First Rank.

Former World No. 1 Novak Djokovic suffered the brunt of the defeat in the second round of the Madrid Masters. He slipped 6 places from 13th to the 18th position in the rankings. This is his lowest ranking after the first week of October 2006, where he was ranked 22.

Alexander Zverev, who won the Madrid masters, remains at number 3 position. Dominic Thiem (World No. 8), who defeated Nadal in the Madrid Masters, also slipped down a notch below. Thiem was beaten by Zverev in the final match of Madrid Open.

Women Rankings:

Even after not performing well in the Madrid Masters, Romania’s Simona Halep, Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki and Garbiñe Muguruza of Spain remain on top of the rankings.

The Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitova, who won in the Madrid Open last week, has gained hike of two places and has reached 8th place in the rankings. Despite losing to Kvitova in the final, Kiki Bertens improved her ranking by five places and arrived at 15th place.

Men ATP Rankings:

RANK. PREVIOUS RANK COUNTRY PLAYER RANKING POINTS
1 2 Switzerland Roger Federer 8,670
2 1 Spain Rafael Nadal 7,950
3 3 Germany Alexander Zverev 6,015
4 4 Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 4,870
5 5 Croatia Marin Cilic 4,770
6 6 Argentina Juan Martin del Potro 4,540
7 8 South Africa Kevin Anderson 3,660
8 7 Austria Dominic Thiem 3,545
9 9 USA John Isner 3,305
10 10 Belgium David Goffin 2,930

Women ATP Rankings:

RANK PREVIOUS
RANK
COUNTRY PLAYER RANKING
POINTS.
1 1 Romania Simona Halep 7,270
2 2 Denmark Caroline Wozniacki 6,845
3 3 Spain Garbine Muguruza 6,175
4 4 Ukraine Elina Svitolina 5,505
5 6 Czech Republic Karolina Pliskova 5,425
6 5 Latvia Jelena Ostapenko 5,282
7 7 France Caroline Garcia 5,080
8 10 Czech Republic Petra Kvitova 4,550
9 8 USA Venus Williams 4,286
10 9 USA Sloane Stephens 4,059

 

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