This is the ATP world ranking after Miami: Medvedev points to Djokovic and Alcaraz


This Monday April 3 Novak Djokovicapproaching 36 years of age, will begin his eighth spell at the ATP world number one, week 381, a record of permanence that will continue to grow.

He has 7,160, the same points as before playing in Indian Wells and Miami, Masters 1000 tournaments that he cannot play, as in 2022, because he is not vaccinated against covid and is prohibited from entering the United States .

It exposed zero points, everything was left in the hands of Carlos Alcaraz, who regained the lead in the standings as the Indian Wells champion, improving on last year’s semifinals. However, he did not defend the title of Miami, he remained in the penultimate round, having reduced 640 points. Two weeks into the post, joining 20 of his previous chapters of No

Of the 6,780 it is 380 from Djokovicbefore taking to the clay to defend the crowns of Number of Godó Trophy (500 points) and the Mutua Madrid opens (1,000).

The conflict Alcaraz vs. Djokovicin the distance until they coincided with several boxes of the European clay court tour, set the eyes, quieting the slow but sure progress of any number 1 until the Spaniard makes his debut in the conquest of the US Open 2022.

yes the russian Daniel Medvedev He points to Djokovic and Alcaraz, though the rankings don’t yet accurately reflect this. He remains more than 2,000 points behind the leaders despite his fourth title of the season, beating the Italian in the final in Miami Jannik Sinner. He rose from fifth to fourth place, also ahead of the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, third.

Although it is number one in the ATP Race, the ranking which includes the points achieved this season, is what tennis players look to to know their real situation and medium- and long-term plans. The best of Rotterdam, Doha, Dubai and Miami, Indian Wells finalist, tied on this course with 3,030 points, 600 more than Novak Djokovic (2,430) and 1,120 above Alcaraz.

In favor of the Muscovite, his free calendar, which has never happened Djokovicno entry in Indian Wells and Miami, and Alcaraz, out due to injury in the Australian Open and Acapulco.

In the previous campaign, Medvedev was not on clay, after a hernia operation, until Roland Garros. He has room to add by defending 180 points, all in Paris. On clay, Djokovic will defend 1,880, to Alcaraz’s 1,870 on the journey to the French Grand Slam.

The Italian Jannik Sinner, Alcaraz’s executioner in Miami but lost in the final by Medvedev, regained a spot in the top-10, equaling his best ranking, 9th, gaining two spots. He is fourth in the 2023 Race ATP.

This is the ATP world ranking

After the Miami Masters 1000 tournament

1. Novak Djokovic (Srb) / 7,160
2. Carlos Alcaraz (Span) / 6,780
3. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gree) / 5,770
4. Daniil Medvedev (Russian) / 5,150
5. Casper Ruud (Nor) / 5,005
6. Andrey Rublev (Russian) / 3,470
7. Felix Auger-Alissime (Can) / 3,450
8. Holger Rune (Also) / 3,370
9. Jannik Sinner (Ita) / 3,345 or 3,745
10. Taylor Fritz (USA) / 2,975
11. Karen Khachanov (Russian) / 2,855
12. Hubert Hurkacz (Pol) / 2750
13. Cameron Norrie (GBR) / 2,735
14. Rafael Nadal (Span) / 2,715
15. Frances Tiafoe (USA) / 2,665
16. Alexander Zverev (German) / 2,410
17. Pablo Carreño (Span) / 2,185

This is the Race ATP 2023

After the Miami Masters 1000 tournament

1. Daniil Medvedev (Russian) / 3,030
2. Novak Djokovic (Srb) / 2,430
3. Carlos Alcaraz (Span) / 1910
4. Jannik Sinner (Ita) / 1,735 or 2,135​
5. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gree) / 1,570
6. Taylor Fritz (USA) / 1.275
7. Tommy Paul (USA) / 1,265
8. Cameron Norrie (GBR) / 1,255
9. Karen Khachanov (Russian) / 1,215
10. Frances Tiafoe (USA) / 890

Source: La Verdad


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