Paris: Spain’s Rafael Nadal suffered a major loss in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open. After this defeat, Nadal has lost his top ranking. Switzerland’s star player Roger Federer has once again become the ‘king’ of ATP ranking Federer has not reached a single place even after March, even though he has reached the top of the latest rankings released today.
Former world number one Novak Djokovic suffered the brunt of the defeat in the second round of the Madrid Masters, and he slipped six places to the 18th position in the rankings. Alexander Zvereva, who won the tournament, retains the third position.
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Dominic Théim (eighth), who defeated Nadal in the Madrid Masters, has also slipped down a notch below which South Africa’s Kevin Anderson defeated in the semi-finals. With this win, Anderson has reached its best ranking, seventh place.
Dennis Shapovalov, who reached the semifinals of the tournament, was the biggest gainer in the rankings, which reached 29th place with the improvement of 14 places. Talk to India, Yuki Bhambri has slipped eight places in the latest world singles ranking. Yuki, though still remains in the top 100, He has slipped to the 94th position in the latest rankings. Among Indian players, Ramkumar Ramanathan (124th) and Pranjesh Guneshwaran (175th) are followed by him.
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The Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitova has gained two places in the women’s doubles at the Madrid Open and has reached eighth place in the rankings. Even after losing to Kvitova in the final, Kiki Bartings improved five places in the rankings and went to the 15th place. In the ranking, Simona Halep of Romania, Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark and Garabine Muğuruza of Spain are on top.