The latest ATP rankings: Novak Djol holds on to no. 1, Rafael Nadal remains no. 5, Roger Federer down 13 places

2022-04-23 0 By

Beijing time on January 31, ATP released the latest edition of the world rankings.For the past two weeks, the tour has been focused on Melbourne, Australia, for the annual Australian Open.The Australian Open ended with Nadal winning his 21st Grand Slam title after a tumultuous two weeks.After two weeks of intense competition, the ATP ranking has a new change.Djokovic held on to the world Number one ranking this week after Medvedev failed to win the Australian Open.With 11,015 points to Medvedev’s 10,125 this week, the gap between the two is already very narrow, and the race for the world number one spot will be heated up.In addition, the world’s top 10 did not change much, with Berettini moving up to sixth and Lublev falling to seventh.Nadal, who won the Australian Open title, remains no change in the rankings this week, remaining no. 5 in the world.At present, Nadal’s points are 6,875 points, he is less than 300 points behind cissipas, behind Beretini reached more than 1,600 points.The biggest drops in the world’s top 100 this week were led by Roger Federer and Tim Thiem, both of whom missed this year’s Australian Open through injury.Federer slipped 13 places this week to his latest ranking of 30th in the world.Tim slipped 21 places this week from 16th to 37th in the world.ATP Latest World Top 10: Djokovic Medvedev Vzverev West Pasadar Berettini Ruble Lev Rud Aliya Simsina