Sinner: Top 10 as of Monday and close to the ATP Finals


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Sinner: Top 10 as of Monday and close to the ATP Finals

The walk of Jannik Sinner in recent weeks it has not stopped rising. The Italian, who beat Casper Ruud in the quarterfinals of the ATP 500 in Vienna 7-5 and 6-1, in addition to being among the best four of the tournament, made sure to enter the Top 10 of the world ranking and continue to score points ahead of the ATP Finals in Turin.

The victory against the Norwegian assured the native of San Candido to score 135 points. Thanks to this, he surpassed Dominic Thiem (dropped to 11th place) and Hubert Hurkacz (stayed in 10th position after losing in the eighth in Vienna).

In this way, it will be the sixth youngest Top 10 of the 21st century. At 20 years and two months, he is only surpassed by Alexander Zverev (He did it in 2017 with 20 years and one month), Juan Martin del Potro (2008, with 20 years and 13 days), Andy Murray (2007, with 19 years and 11 months), Novak Djokovic (2007, with 19 years and nine months) and Rafael Nadal (2005, with 18 years and ten months).

In addition, thanks to this, Italy will have two Top 10 sharing rankings for the first time in history. Since Fabio Fognini (9th in 2019), Corrado Barazzutti (7th in 1978) and Adriano Panatta (4th in 1976) had achieved it before.

Ultimately, Sinner came very close to getting a pass to the ATP Finals. Thanks to his victory against Ruud, he climbed to eighth position in the race with 3015 points, surpassed by Casper Ruud who has 3105 and is the one who would be achieving another of the passages. Below them and with chances are: Hubert Hurkacz (2955), Cameron Norrie (2875), Félix Auger-Aliassime (2420) and Aslan Karatsev (2280).


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