15 May :-
Rafael Nadal lost his place in the ATP World Rankings after being beaten in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Masters, and great tennis player Roger Federer has again topped the table. Federer has not returned a single match since March, but he has reached the top spot again.
On the other hand, former world number one Novak Djokovic has slipped six places to 18th. This is its lowest ranking since October 2006. Madrid’s winner, Alexander Zwerev, remains on the third place in the rankings. Fourth, Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov, Croatia’s Marin Siquil at the fifth position. Indian tennis player Yuki Bhambri slipped eight places to 94th position and Ramkumar Ramanathan was at 124th position.
Simone Foremost in Women
In women, Romanian Simon Halep is on top, followed by Denmark’s Caroline Vojnaki while Spanish Grabin Murguza is third. Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitovova, who was the winner of the Madrid Cup, has been eighth.