Daniil Medvedev He is closing an irregular year after his dream 2019. But his access to the semifinals of the Masters 1000 in Paris generates a smile in the controversial Russian: surpassed Roger Federer in the ranking.
Swiss appears this week with 6630 points but on November 9 will lose 400 points and will remain in 6230. With the victory against Schwartzman, Medvedev reached 6330.
The difference with the No. 3 in the world (Dominic Thiem) is very far: from Monday he will have 8325. If Medvedev won Paris, he would remain at 6970, which means that surpassing the Austrian cannot happen in 2020.