Without Schwartzman in the Top Ten, this is the ranking


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Without Schwartzman in the Top Ten, this is the ranking

Like every weekend, there are movements in the world ranking: among the most prominent, Diego Schwartzman (11th) stopped being part of the Top Ten. The Peque comes from being eliminated in the quarterfinals of Roland Garros against Rafael Nadal (3rd) and losing in the first round of: Lyon, Masters 1000 in Rome and Madrid.

In this way, the Top Ten is made up of: Novak Djokovic (1st), Daniil Medvedev (2nd), Rafael Nadal (3rd), Stefano Tsitsipas (4th), Dominic Thiem (5th), Alexander Zverev (6th), Andrey Rublev (7th), Roger Federer (8th), Matteo Berrettini (9th) and Roberto Bautista Agut (10th).

For Argentines, the good news is that. after beating Alex Molcan (180 °) and consecrating himself this Saturday at the Prostejo Challenger, Federico Coria (93 °) returned to get into the 100 best in the world. In this way, Peque, Federico Delbonis (48 °), Guido Pella (59 °) and Facundo Bagnis (91 °) join the Top 100.

On the other hand, thanks to this Sunday’s win in the first round of Bad Homburg, Nadia Podoroska is 39th on the planet, thus reaching her best historical ranking.

In addition, there were also movements in the rest of the players: Casper ruud (14 °), Ugo Humbert (25 °) Lorenzo Musetti (58th), Cameron Norrie (40th), Marcos Giron (65th) and Carlos Alcaraz (75th) are some of the many tennis players who also start the week with a new world location.

Regarding the circuit WTASome outstanding movements were those of Jessica Pegula (25th), Tamara Zidansek (46th), Liudmila Samsonova (63rd, will debut in the Top 100 after ascending 43 positions) and Tereza Martincova (87th).


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