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ATP – Roger Federer could be unranked the day after Wimbledon #Federer #Roger #Ranking #ATP #Wim # RG22 #AusOpen

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In an interview with the Geneva Tribune Wednesday, Roger Federer therefore explained that he would not be back for the start of the 2022 season, even before next summer. It is therefore interesting to plan on the ranking of the Swiss if the latter were to miss the first tournaments of the season in which he has points to defend. Guaranteed to finish the season in 16th place in the world (as in 2016 when he suffered his first knee injury), he could experience his worst ranking for almost 20 years by the end of January! The following calculations are based on the ATP Rankings of November 15 and will also depend on the results of other players in the ATP Rankings.

Roger Federer’s last appearance in 2021 at Wimbledon

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After Roger Federer’s newspaper announcements The Geneva Tribune, do you think the Maestro will be seen again on a competitive court?

A quick exit from the top 30 and surely from the top 50 in the first part of the season

By excluding his participation in theOpen d’Australie, the Balois will lose the 720 points of his semi-final in 2020, which will make him fall outside the top 30 for the first time since January 2001! If we rule out a return before the season on clay (which is likely from reading the interview), the Maestro could leave the top 50 with the loss of his tournament points. Doha 2021 (45 points) and his victory of Miami 2019 (500 points). This would be a first since June 12, 2000.

In the worst case scenario, Federer may no longer have an ATP ranking

Not mentioned in the interview, it is also unlikely that Federer aligns with the European clay court season. He would then only lose the 180 points of his eighth to Roland-Garros 2021 and the 90 points of his quarter to Madrid 2019, which would drop it beyond 70th place in the world. Finally, if the protege of Severin Lüthi did not return to the circuit before Wimbledon, he would leave the top 100 for the first time since October 1999, after losing the points of his victory at Halle in 2019 (250 points). He would no longer have an ATP ranking at the end of the third Grand Slam of the season if he failed to return to defend his 2019 final (600 points). These different scenarios are hypotheses because we do not know when Roger Federer will make a comeback. However, it should be noted that when the Maestro to the 20 major titles will decide to come back, he will benefit from numerous invitations and a protected classification to enter the tournaments (nine to twelve tournaments according to his duration of absence). This ranking will be determined by the average ranking of the Swiss during the first three months of his injury.


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