Rafael Nadal Maintains The Top Spot In ATP Rankings




Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal

Berlin, Nov 29: Roger Federer was successful in narrowing the gaps between him and Rafael Nadal, in the men’s ATP rankings, by winning with three sets in the finals of the World Tour, against his top Spaniard rival Rafael Nadal. The ATP latest ranking was released on Monday. Though Rafael Nadal is way in front of the former World no 1 by 3,000 points, but Roger Federer has came close to his way, and is heading ahead faster and faster. The only difference in ATP rankings this time is that Andy Murray, who gone through the semi finals in London, has stolen the place of Robin Soderling of Sweden. The Scottish player has taken the fourth position.

Rafael Nadal gave a great performance by winning the French Open and the Wimbledon this summer. Rafael continued his winning stroke at US Open, but Roger Federer was at last successful in clinching, his first Grand Slam title this year by winning Australian Open. Nadal and Federer are in top two spot in the year’s ending since 2005, which shows how consistent these players are.

The following are the ATP top 20 as of Nov 29

  1. Rafael Nadal – Spain – 12,450 points
  2. Roger Federer – Switzerland – 09,145 points
  3. Novack Djokovic – Serbia – 06,035 points
  4. Andy Murray – England – 05,760 points
  5. Robin Soderling – Sweden – 05,580 points
  6. Tomas Berdych – Czech Republic – 03,995 points
  7. David Ferrer – Spain – 03,735 points
  8. Andy Roddick – United States -03,665 points
  9. Fernando Verdasco – Spain – 03,240 points
  10. Mikhail Youzhny – Russia – 02,920 points
  11. Jorgen Melzer – Austria – 02,785 points
  12. Gakl Monfils – France – 02,485 points
  13. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga – France – 02,345 points
  14. Marin Cilic – Croatia – 02,300 points
  15. Nicolas Almagro – Spain – 02,160 points
  16. Mardy Fish – United States – 01,991 points
  17. Ivan Ljubicic – Croatia – 01,965 points
  18. Sam Querrey – United States – 01,860 points
  19. John Isner – United States – 01,850 points
  20. Marcos Bagdhatis – Czech Republic – 01,785 points

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