The Atp circuit saw no big changes this week. The decision to play a historic and significant tournament like Wimbledon without points has flipped the standings on its head in recent weeks.
Even though he won the competition, Nole dropped two thousand places in the rankings because of the loss of the points he gained last year. The biggest changes in the rankings occurred at the bottom of the rankings this week, where events like Bastad and Newport took place.
Only a few points separated the Top Ten rankings, which stayed largely unaltered. Ruud and Rublev both lost points in the Top Ten Tsitsipas, while our Jannik Sinner remained in tenth place. Matteo Berrettini, an Italian tennis player now ranked 15th in the world, is back on the court in Gstaad.
Loses five or more positions in the process. Several athletes beat Pablo Carreno Busta out of the Top 20. The best rankings go to Bastad and Newport champions Francisco Cerundolo and Maxime Cressy. First job title for each and a significant step forward in their careers.
The event finals Baez and Karatsev both performed well. After the world’s top 50, there were a lot of changes in the top 100, but they were all minor. While Filip Krajinovic’s ranking plummets, Andy Murray rises to the top 50, striving for a better position in the world rankings.
Chapter Italians: Berrettini and Sinner remain stable, while Sonego, Musetti, and Fognini all rise in the rankings, all within a few points of the top 60. All three of these players have a good outlook on their futures.
For the first time in a long time, this has been a fantastic week for the Italian sports and tennis movement.
Situation in the female ranks
There hasn’t been much movement on the women’s side, and the main change is that Danielle Collins has passed Garbine Muguruza in the Top Ten.
Stable At 24th place in the rankings, Martina Trevisan is followed by Camila Giorgi and a stable Paolini. Cocciaretto has risen four places in the world rankings and is now within a whisker of the world’s top 100.