The top-seeded Serb Novak Djokovic who is one of the greatest tennis players of all time maintained his dominance on the number one position in recently updated ATP rankings also. The 32-year-old experienced tennis star is still leading the points table after losing 2019 US Open title. He edged past his strong competitors Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer one more time in the latest ATP rankings released by Association of Tennis Professionals on Monday.
When on one side, Novak Djokovic is enjoying his top-ranked position in the recent ATP rankings, former world number one Andy Murray has also got some relief by apex tennis governing body across the world, ATP as he climbed over 200 places in the new rankings. Earlier he was struggling at the 503rd spot in the world but now he has swiftly moved to 289th position after an excellent show of China Open 2019. It seems like the Scotsman Murray is back on his winning ways after career-saving hip surgery and is all set to upgrade himself in the upcoming tournaments.
Apart from all these legends, one more tennis star Sumit Nagal improved in the latest rankings. The 22-year-old brilliant Indian professional who was struggling at the 135th position one week back directly jumped to his career-best 129th spot in recently updated ATP rankings on Monday. Despite losing his recent game to Argentinian star Juan Ficovich in the semifinals of ATP Challenger Campinas 2019, Nagal still improved in the ATP points table. There is no doubt in saying that the young Indian fire has a much longer way to go in the prestigious tennis industry.
Here’s see the list of latest ATP rankings released by Association of Tennis Professionals:
- Novak Djokovic (Serbia): 10,365 points
- Rafael Nadal (Spain): 9,225 points
- Roger Federer (Switzerland): 7,130 points
- Daniil Medvedev (Russia): 4,965 points
- Dominic Thiem (Austria): 4,915 points
- Alexander Zverev (Germany): 4,185 points
- Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece): 3,630 points
- Kei Nishikori (Japan): 3,040 points
- Karen Khachanov (Russia): 2,945 points
- Roberto Bautista (Spain): 2,575 points
- Gael Monfils (France): 2,375 points
- Fabio Fognini (Italy): 2,280 points
- Matteo Berrettini (Italy): 2,221 points
- David Goffin (Belgium): 2,190 (+1) points
- Borna Coric (Croatia): 2,130 (-1) points
- Diego Schwartzman (Argentina): 1,995 points
- John Isner (USA): 1,895 (+2) points
- Kevin Anderson (South Africa): 1,780 points
- Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada): 1,719 (+1) points
- Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland): 1,670 (+1) points.