ATP world rankings: Oscar Otte in the top 40 for the first time – Roger Federer continues to fall in the ranking

Despite his defeat in the Halle final against Hubert Hurkacz from Poland, the Russian remains clearly at the top of the rankings with 8160 points.

Behind Medvedev, the currently injured Alexander Zverev (7030), top star Novak Djokovic (6770), French Open winner Rafael Nadal (6525) and the young Norwegian Casper Ruud (5050) complete the top 5.

Apart from Halle winner Hurkacz, whose success pushed him back into the top ten, there are no changes in the top ten tennis players in the world.

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However, further back something extraordinary is approaching. Because a few weeks after the tournament in Wimbledon, Roger Federer will not be in the top 100 of the ATP ranking for the first time in almost 23 years.

The Swiss, who entered the top 100 on September 20, 1999, is now only 96th. If his points from the 2019 Wimbledon final are removed from the rankings after this year’s tournament, Federer will be completely out of the top 100 Out. However, the 40-year-old is still working on a comeback after his knee surgery. Federer played his last game in 2021 in the Wimbledon quarterfinals against Hurkacz (3: 6, 6.7, 0: 6).

ATP world rankings as of June 20, 2022:

  • 1. (1.) Daniil Medvedev (—) 8160 Points
  • 2. (2.) Alexander Zverev (Hamburg) 7030
  • 3. (3.) Novak Djokovic (Serbien) 6770
  • 4. (4.) Rafael Nadal (Spain) 6525
  • 5. (5th) Casper Ruud (Norway) 5050
  • 6. (6.) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) 4945
  • 7. (7.) Carlos Alcaraz (Spanien) 4893
  • 8. (8.) Andrey Rublev (—) 3870
  • 9. (9.) Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada) 3760
  • 10. (12.) Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 3738
  • 37. (51.) Oscar Otte (Cologne) 1155
  • 64. (66.) Daniel Altmaier (Kempen) 868
  • 89. (95.) Peter Gojowczyk (München) 640
  • 96th (68th) Roger Federer (Switzerland) 600
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