Mischa Zverev, a former World No. 25, believes the ATP rankings have been weird this year and expects that things will return to normal in 2023. You currently have 6,740 points in your account, which is more than Carlos Alcaraz, the player with the greatest ranking in the entire world.
With roughly 7,000 points under his belt, Grigor Dimitrov was ranked seventh in the world a few years ago “I just had a conversation with Grigor Dimitrov. He claimed that he was ranked number seven in the world and had 7,000 global ranking points a few years back.
Alcaraz currently leads with 6,740 points “On Instagram Live for Eurosport Deutschland, Zverev commented. “With Wimbledon and the Coronavirus, this year has not been typical. It’s been strange. I’m hoping that next year will be a little more typical, that all Grand Slams will have points, and that all players will be able to play wherever they like “Zverev tacked on.
Alcaraz‘s position as the top player in the world with less than 7,000 points in his total collection is the result of a number of variables. The cancellation of Novak Djokovic‘s Australian Open participation marked the start of this season.
Djokovic lost 2,000 points because he was unable to successfully defend his Australian Open crown. Following the exclusion of Russian players from Wimbledon, the ATP responded by taking away Wimbledon ranking points. Djokovic lost 2,000 points as a result of the Wimbledon ATP fine, despite winning Wimbledon again.
Rafael Nadal, the third-ranked player in the world, also didn’t get any points for making it through the Wimbledon semifinals. He has shown some previously unseen items in this way.
Toni Nadal analyzes Carlos Alcaraz becoming the youngest world number 1 in history at the US Open in a new column for El Pas. He is only 19 years old. The prodigy’s debut in front of him is another memory for the Spanish coach.
“He accomplished in two weeks what many great tennis players strive to accomplish in their athletic careers; the quickness with which he accomplished it will be exceedingly challenging to overcome.”
Carlos Alcaraz: Holger Rune
Recently, Holger Rune discussed how Carlos Alcaraz and he used drop shots when competing in the Stockholm Open.
“No, not really, yeah. We haven’t discussed it, but we usually missed shots against each other when we played each other as juniors, so I believe that’s something we’ve always done, he added.
In addition, he said, “and yeah, I mean, now we, I mean, he learnt obviously to put things in the right way, because he has big shots and you know, he can mix it up.”