What would Federer’s ranking be like with only the 2020 points?


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What would Federer's ranking be like with only the 2020 points?

Due to the pandemic and to prevent players from losing many positions by not being able to play, it was decided to freeze the points and go from using the 52-week ranking to keep the points obtained between March 2019 and December 2020.

In this way, tennis players who have not played any tournament this year have not dropped positions in the ranking, as has been the case with Roger Federer, who despite not playing beyond the Australian Open due to a knee injury, remains in fifth position.

This has also allowed Novak Djokovic continues with a comfortable lead at the top of the table and will surpass the Helvetian in the historical ranking of more weeks as number one in March, ahead of the 310 that Federer currently has.

If only the points obtained in 2020 will be considered Federer would only be in 29th place.


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