Alejandro Tabilo achieves his best historical ranking without playing

Alejandro Tabilo achieves his best historical ranking without playing
Alejandro Tabilo achieves his best historical ranking without playing

Life smiles on Alejandro Tabilo. The national tennis player is in the best moment of his career and even without playing he receives good news. This is how he will make his debut at Roland Garros as the twenty-fourth seed, in a very special tournament for him, as it will mean his debut in the main draw of the second grand slam of the season.

The historic performance he had achieved at the Rome Masters 1000, reaching the semifinals of the tournament, allowed him to be ranked 25th in the world ranking for the first time in his careerwhich gave him the option of being seeded in France and that in the future will allow him to access all the tournaments on the circuit and in most of them being pre-classified.

But the good news does not stop, because in the next installment of the ranking it will appear in its best location. He will be number 24 on the planet, despite having been deleted from the ATP 250 in Lyon, where he was previously registered. However, since he has not defended units in several weeks and his predecessors in the classification have, he will have a promotion in the world rankings.

In that sense, Ale benefited directly from the fall of the Argentine Francisco Cerúndolo, who fell in the round of 16 in Lyon and will not be able to revalidate the 150 points he defended, so it will suffer a drop of four positions. Likewise, the Chilean cannot be reached by the trans-Andean Tomás Etcheverry, who will play in the final of that same tournament and could add a maximum of 1,635 points, 10 less than the national tennis player.

Thus, The former pupil of Guillermo Gómez will be the third best Latin American tennis player in this Sunday’s update, only below Nicolás Jarry (19th) and Sebastián Báez (20th).

The decision not to play the ATP 250 Geneva this week will make Nicolás Jarry lose the points obtained after winning the title last year, which will generate a drop of three positions in the ranking. In addition, In Paris he defends 180 points for the round of 16 reached in the previous edition. Furthermore, so far, he is not registered in any tournament on the grass tour until Wimbledon, where he must win the third round.

On the other hand, Alejandro Tabilo barely reached the third round of the qualy in 2023, Therefore, those 16 units that he added also become non-countable points in his ranking. So your unit defense for the next few weeks is zero and everything you add will be profit., so a good performance by him in the French capital could catapult him to number one in Chile and also in Latin America. Unlike Nico, he does appear registered in grass-court tournaments, so that gap could close quickly. This Sunday he will debut against the Belgian Zizou Bergs (102nd), coming from the rankings.

 
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