ATP ranking: Roger Federer’s relegation and Diego Schwartzman’s expectation one week before the London Masters

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The Swiss was fifth due to the rise of Daniil Medvedev and the Argentine remains in the top ten for the tournament that will close the season.

After the consecration of Daniil Medvedev in the Paris Masters 1000, the Russian rose to fourth place in the ranking ATP and relegated one of the tennis legends, Roger Federer, to fifth place. Meanwhile, Argentine Diego Schwartzman remains in ninth place and has great expectations for the future.

The 39-year-old Federer was inactive this season due to an injury that not only kept him off the court but increasingly removed him from the usual top 3 podium in which he participates.

In this way, the tennis player with the greatest historical presence in number 1 exhibits his lowest ranking since April 2019, when he reached the fourth step, although then he went up and down again from third to fourth.

Schwartzman retained ninth place and experiences his fifth consecutive week in the “top ten.” In addition, he is preparing for the London Masters, where he entered for the first time in his career and seeks to achieve the best performance.

1) Novak Djokovic (Serbia), 11,830 points.

2) Rafael Nadal (Spain), 9,850.

3) Dominic Thiem (Austria), 9.125.

4) Daniil Medvedev (Russia), 6,970.

5), Roger Federer (Switzerland), 6,630.

6) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece), 5,925.

7) Alexander Zverev (Alemania), 5.525.

8) Andrey Rublev (Russia), 3,919.

9) Diego Schwartzman (Argentina), 3.455.

10) Matteo Berrettini (Italy), 3.075.

42) Guido Pella, 1.310.


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