This is the ATP ranking after the Canadian Masters 1000: number 1, classification and points

The Navy gains strength in a nervous ranking, prepared for major changes in the coming weeks. Pablo Carreño, after triumphing in Canada, with his first Masters 1,000, the positions of greatest honor are approaching. It is already 14th in the world, close to a top-10 he reached in 2017, with his best position ever (10th), and in which are Carlos Alcaraz (4th) and Rafa Nadal (3rd). The Balearic, with number one in sight. Above all, after the early fall of Daniil Medvedev in Canadian lands, which has meant a loss of 990 points after falling short of defending the title. At the moment, yes, the Russian tennis player remains at the top, followed by Alexander Zverev who accelerates in his recovery. Nadal, right now, who does not defend points in Cincinnati or the US Open, is 1,140 credits behind the German and 1,265 behind Medvedev. Behind them, the exchange of positions between Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas stands out. The Norwegian becomes fifth and the Greek, seventh, with a Novak Djokovic who remains sixth. Movements in the midst of a Spanish rush that extends beyond the top positions.

From Canada to Germany, where the Navy has also had a joy this weekend. Bernabé Zapata, achieving the fourth Challenger of his career, in Meerbusch, It rises from 89th to 74th position, further consolidating the large number of Spanish players within the world top-100. The Valencian broke this barrier this year and, since then, has not stopped rising. With him, in addition to Alcaraz and Nadal, Albert Ramos (41st), who won two places, Roberto Bautista (19th), Alejandro Davidovich (37th), Pedro Martínez (53rd), Jaume Munar (57th), Roberto Carballés (81st) and Pablo Andújar (92nd) for a total of ten national representatives within the hundred best in the world.

Position Player Points
1 Daniil Medvedev (Rus) 6.885
2 Alexander Zverev (Ale) 6.760
3 Rafael Nadal (Eng) 5.620
4 Carlos Alcaraz (Esp) 5.045
5 Casper Ruud (Nor) 4.865
6 Novak Djokovic (Ser) 4.770
7 Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gree) 4.650
8 Andrey Rublev 3.630
9 Felix Auger-Aliassime (Can) 3.625
10 Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 3.435
14 Pablo Carreno (Eng) 2.545
19 Roberto Bautista (Spa) 1.760
37 Alexander Davidovich (Eng) 1.210
41 Albert Ramos (Esp) 1.085

Kyrgios does not stop

“It’s just because of my team, my girlfriend, my physio, my agent… I want to prove to myself that I can still play amazing tennis.” After reaching the final at Wimbledon and winning the title in Washington, Nick Kyrgios has shone again in Montreal. Hubert Hurkacz, finalist, blocked his way in the quarterfinals, but in another very complete match for the Australian player, who accelerated in the ranking. In February, he became 137th in the world; now you are ready for be seeded at the US Open. After his performance in Canada, and despite not having the points he would have achieved in London, he ranks 28th in the standings. A rise of nine positions that, however, is not the biggest of the week. The British Jack Draper, also a quarterfinalist, has climbed 27 places to 55th; Daniel Evans, defeated by Carreño in the semifinals, 16 to be 23rd.



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