Nadal and the inevitable of the ranking: he would leave the Top Ten


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Nadal and the inevitable of the ranking: he would leave the Top Ten

The loss of the next US Open, Indian Wells and some more tournaments on fast courts will not be without consequences for Rafael Nadal. The big games, the finals and the titles will be shelved for a time and will give way to an analysis for the recovery for 2022.

Just a few days ago the Spaniard had dropped out of the Top3 after more than 4 years. Now it would be the turn of the Top Ten and the sangria does not end.

The Spanish You will have to return 4550 points (the frozen ones of 2019 + those of 2020) with a presentation at the US Open included. In this way, 2019 would be shelled: 2000 from the US Open, 500 from Acapulco, 500 from the Canadian Masters 1000, 360 from Wimbledon, 250 from the ATP Cup and 180 from Indian Wells. In addition to 360 from the Masters 1000 in Paris and 400 from the ATP Finals in 2020.

With all these values, Spanish (today number 4 in the world ranking) would start 2022 in approximately 13th place. The last time it was out of the Top Ten was in April 2005. Another time. Another Era.

He now accumulates a total of 830 weeks among the top ten in the ATP ranking, being the second in history on that list behind Roger Federer.

Everything will depend on his immediate pursuers and his return to the circuit. The one that he more than anyone wants as soon as possible.


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