Jannik Sinner Emerges as Strong Contender for World No. 1 after Masters 1000 Miami Win

Jannik Sinner Emerges as Strong Contender for World No. 1 after Masters 1000 Miami Win

Mar 31, 2024, 5:33 p.m. ET

Jannik Sinner is the great protagonist of the 2024 season. The Italian defeated the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov by 6-3 and 6-1 in the final of the Masters 1000 de Miamitaking away the second position in the ranking from Carlos Alcaraz. Below is the detail of how the fight for world No. 1 remains.

With the brand new Italian title, the Top 3 The ranking was formed as follows: Novak Djokovic (9725 points), Jannik Sinner (8710) and Carlos Alcaraz (8645).

Jannik Sinner, steadily moving towards world No. 1. Getty Images

The clay court tour will be key when it comes to deciding who will be the best racket in the world. The results they obtain in Monte-Carlo, Madrid, Rome and Roland Garros could crown a new king.

The Serbian defends 2315 units: round of 16 in Monte-Carlo, quarterfinals in Banja-Luka (this tournament is no longer on the ATP calendar) and Rome, and champion at Roland Garros.

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The Spaniard follows with 2265 points: champion in Barcelona and Madrid, third round in Rome and semifinals at Roland Garros. On the other hand, The Italian arrives with the best outlook, since he only scored 585 points in this section last season: semifinals in Monte-Carlo, quarterfinals in Barcelona, ​​round of 16 in Rome and second round at Roland Garros.

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There are a few months of pure tennis and possible changes at the top of the ranking. Who will keep the throne?

2024-03-31 21:33:00
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