Charismatic Federer again made number one, after March is not even a match

Paris Lost in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open, Rafael Nadal has lost his top ranking and Swiss duo Roger Federer has once again occupied the top spot in the ATP rankings. Even after Federer did not get to the tennis court even after March, the top ranking in the latest rankings released today also reached the top. Former world number one Novak Djokovic suffered the brunt of the defeat in the second round of the Madrid Masters, and he dropped six places to the 18th position in the rankings. Alexander Zvereva, who won the tournament, retains the third position.

Shapovalov’s best advantage

Dominic Théim (eighth), who defeated Nadal in the Madrid Masters, also slipped down a notch below which South Africa’s Kevin Anderson defeated in the semifinals. With this victory, Anderson reached its best ranking seventh place. Dennis Shapovalov, who reached the semi-finals of the tournament, was the biggest gainer in the rankings, which reached the 29th spot with 14 points improvement.

Woman ranking

The Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitova, who won the women’s doubles at the Madrid Open, gained two places and reached eighth place in the rankings. After losing to Kvitova in the finals, Kiki Bartings improved five places in the rankings and came in at 15th position. In the rankings, Simona Halep of Romania, Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark and Garbin Mughuruza of Spain have been on top.

Federer’s charisma

Let’s tell that Switzerland’s star tennis player Roger Federer made history by winning the final of Marin Cilic of Croatia in the final last year by winning the record for the eighth time Wimbledon’s men’s singles title. It was the 19th Grand Slam title of Federer’s career. He already did his best to win the record of winning the Grand Slam. Federer won the Wimbledon title for the eighth time in the final by defeating Sylvia 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 in straight sets.

Federer became the oldest player to win Wimbledon at the age of 35 Before them, Arthur Ashe won Wimbledon at the age of 32 in 1975. This is Federer’s second Grand Slam title this year before he won the title of Australian Open by defeating Rafael Nadal in January.