Spain’s star player Rafael Nadal has retained his top position in the men’s tennis single ATP rankings. In the latest rankings released on Monday, South African player Kevin Anderson has slipped one place to sixth place. According to the report by the news agency EFE, Bulgaria’s Gregor Dimitrov has achieved the fifth spot over throwing Anderson.
Switzerland’s Roger Federer is second and Germany’s Alexander Zverev is third. The fourth place is Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro. In addition, Croatia’s Marin Cilic is seventh, Austria’s Dominic Theme eighth, John Isner of America is the ninth and Novak Djokovic of Serbia is 10th.
Alex de Minaur of Australia, who reached the finals of the Washington Open, has made a long leap and has reached 27th position.
Murray’s long Jump
the three-time grand slam champion and former World No. 1 Andy Murray climbed 457 places and reached to 375 rank. Earlier he withdrew from the quarterfinals of Washington Open, the reason was tiredness.
Murray is trying to comeback properly on the tennis field after 11 month long injury. Earlier he had also withdrawn from Wimbledon last month.
|4||4||JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO||ARGENTINA||5,455|
|6||5||KEVIN ANDERSON||SOUTH AFRICA||4,355|
|13||13||PABLO CARRENO BUSTA||SPAIN||2,290|
|15||16||ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT||SPAIN||2,000|