According to the ATP rankings released on Wednesday, the Spanish champion Rafael Nadal of the Barcelona Championship held on Sunday has regained the second place in the world after Serbia Novak Djokovic. , Against the Russian Daniil Medvedev (Daniil Medvedev).
He also consolidated his position as the record holder in the clay competition, defeating Guillermo Vilas (49) of Argentina with the title of 61 games. He is still Roland-Garros (Roland-Garros). ) (May 30 to June 13) favorite, he has won 13 championships. He will celebrate his 35th birthday.
The Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas was defeated by Nadal in the Barcelona final after scoring points. He is currently ranked fifth, second only to Austrian Dominic Tim.
The Spanish Pablo Carreno Busta (Pablo Carreno Busta) ranked 12th with the worth of Belgium’s David Goffin (David Goffin).
The 19-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner did just that, rising from Canadian Milos Raonic to 18th, the highest ranking of his young career.
World No. 6 German Alexander Zverev will be the No. 1 seed in the Munich Championship this week, while ATP No. 14 Canadian Denis Shapovalov will participate in Estoril starting Monday. Championship.
“Sharbo” is still ranked 14th in the world, and two other compatriots have joined the top 20 in the world: Milos Raonic (19th) and Félix Auger- Aliassime) (20th place).
Australian Ashleigh Barty (Ashleigh Barty) won in Stuttgart (Stuttgart), but still easily maintained the world’s number one position. In the WTA rankings announced on Monday, the Japanese Naomi Osaka (Naomi Osaka) leads by 1,855 points.
In the top 20, Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands and Belinda Bencic of Switzerland ranked 10th and 11th respectively, which is not good for Czech Petra Kvitova.
Her compatriot Karolina Muchova (Karolina Muchova) is ranked 20th in the world, thus earning the best ranking of her career.
Romanian player Sorana Cirstea won her second tournament championship. This is the thirteenth year after his first championship. She won 9 seats in Istanbul and Ranked 58th.
Belgian Elise Mertens was defeated by Cirstea in the final and moved up one place to 16th.