Rafa Nadal, who saw his second place in the ATP ranking very seriously, will maintain his position for a few more weeks after the victory of Novak Djokovic against Roger Federer in the wonderful Wimbledon final.
Djokovic, undisputed world number one since last October, has saved with his victory in London the 2,000 points he won last year, and remains at the top of the standings with 12,415 points.
Serbian income on Nadal is huge. The Spaniard, who left Wimbledon also with the same points with which he arrived, 7,945, has a disadvantage of 4,470 points compared to number one.
The most benefited in Wimbledon has been Roger Federer, who defended only 360 points of the quarterfinals last year, and leaves with 840 more fruit of its end in 2019. The Swiss cuts a considerable income to Nadal in pursuit of number 2 world. Federer is now, with 7,460 points, just 485 of Spanish.
Of the official ranking that will be published this Monday the highlight is the rise of nine positions Roberto Bautista, whose semifinal at Wimbledon will lead him to be number 13 worldwide.
The Russian Daniil Medvedev also enters the Top 10, in his case for the debacles of the South African Kevin Anderson and the Argentinean Juan Martín del Potro.
Another important rise is that of Fernando Verdasco, finalist in London, which happens to be the 26th in the world.