This is how the ATP world ranking looked after the first week of the grass tour

This is how the ATP world ranking looked after the first week of the grass tour
This is how the ATP world ranking looked after the first week of the grass tour

The first week of the grass tour within the circuit ATP It has already come to an end. And both the title of Alex de Minaur in S-Hertogenbosch such as Jack Draper in Stuttgart led to some movements in the world rankingwhich we will review below.

To begin with, the Australian won the Dutch tournament after defeating in the final Sebastián Korda (6-2 and 6-4). Thanks to this triumph, he reached 4085 pts and It was positioned as the new number seven in the ranking, being its best historical position.

As for the 22-year-old Briton, won his first ATP tournament on German soil after beating in the grand final Matteo Berrettini 3-6, 7-6 (5) and 6-4. In this way, he managed to climb nine positions and started this new week as number 31. This position, in addition to being the best of his career, also leaves him as the highest-ranked British tennis player on the men’s circuit, surpassing Cameron Norrie (No. 39).

Furthermore, the Italian Berrettini He also had a great rise within the ATP world ranking. After entering Stuttgart being outside the Top 100, his move to the final left him with 795 pts and he rose no more and no less than 30 positions. In this way, he is the new number 65 on the planet and the seventh best racket in his country.

Lastly, although Luciano Darderi and Hugo Gaston They did not play on grass this last week, they did have outstanding performances on the Challenger circuit. The first, champion in Perugia against Sumit Nagal and the second did the same against Alexandre Muller in Lyonboth being clay tournaments. Thanks to these victories, the Italian rose seven places (from 41st to 34th) and the Frenchman climbed thirteen places (from 82nd to 69th).

TOP 10:

1) Jannik Sinner (9480 pts)

2) Carlos Alcaraz (8580 pts)

3) Novak Djokovic (8360 pts)

4) Alexander Zverev (6885 pts)

5) Daniil Medvedev (6485 pts)

6) Andrey Rublev (4710 pts)

7) Alex de Minaur (4085 pts)

8) Casper Ruud (4025 pts)

9) Hubert Hurkacz (3950 pts)

10) Grigor Dimitrov (3775 pts)


19) Sebastián Báez (2030 pts)

20) Nicolás Jarry (1905 pts)

24) Alejandro Tabilo (1639 pts)

26) Francisco Cerúndolo (1610 pts)

29) Mariano Navone (1382 pts)

32) Tomás Etcheverry (1290 pts)

64) Facundo Díaz Acosta (818 pts)

73) Federico Coria (757 pts)

74) Thiago Seyboth Wild (750 pts)

79) Thiago Monteiro (715 pts)

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