Roger Federer woke up this Monday as No. 7 in the ATP ranking. The Swiss was overtaken by Alexander Zverev, one of the players who complained in recent weeks about the frozen ranking.
This Monday, Zverev surpassed Federer’s line: the German reached 6125 points while the former world No. 1 was with 5874. Rublev, current 8th in the world, is with 5400.
Since February 2020, Roger Federer played only one tournament: the ATP 250 in Doha 2021, where he beat Dan Evans and lost to Basilashvilli in the quarterfinals.
In February 2019, Federer was the 7th in the world for two weeks. Thus, the Swiss equaled his lowest ranking of the last four years.