This is the match for ATP world number 1: Sinner, the ranking is about to change


The Italian Jannik Sinner He will give the world ranking a nice river if he is the champion of the Masters 1000 ATP in Miami. This will be the first step in a revolution that may end in clay.

The sinner gave a good review of the Russian Daniel Medvedev in the semifinals of the Miami Masters 1000 ATP. A 6-1 and 6-2 in which he advanced to Sunday’s final, against the German Alexander Zverev (is 1-4 in head-to-head) or the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov (favorable balance 2-1).

Far from the top-3 Medvedev, which lost 600 points of the 1,000 it defended, remaining at 7,165. He lost part of the battle train for number 1 which he will keep Novak Djokovicalthough he will struggle to maintain it on clay, especially in the culmination of 2,000 at Roland Garros.

For now, sinful He has 50 more points compared to Miami 2023, because the finalist place was awarded with 650 and not 600. He is placed at 8,360, which would be 8,710 if he wins the tournament.

If achieved, it will be removed Carlos Alcaraz from a top-2 where he has not left since he became the youngest world number one in history on September 12. The Spaniard, beaten in the quarters of Grigor Dimitrovgoes into the ground with 8,645, after deducting 160 in Miami.

A sinful the champion will be 1,015 points behind Djokovic. It seems like a lot, but on clay the ‘Nole’ (which has the most restricted calendar of all) will show only 2,315, 385 for the Italian. Alcaraz, 2,265.

The breed shows a change in trend. The sinner is more no of 2024 points classification: There is a 3,550 tie, which would be 3,900 if he wins the tournament.

Daniel Medvedev remains second with 2,550, compared to 1,835 in third, Alexander Zverev (it will increase to 2,085 if it reaches the final). Fourth gear Alcaraz, with 1,700 and the risk of being more than 2,000 less than Sinner, who is firmly aiming for world No. The most so far.

1. Novak Djokovic (Srb) / 9,725 pts.

2. Carlos Alcaraz (Esp) / 8,645

3. Jannik Sinner (Ita) / 8,360

4. Daniil Medvedev (Russian) / 7,165

5. Alexander Zverev (Ale) / 5,415 (5,665 if he reaches the final)

6. Andrey Rublev (Russian) / 4,890

7. Holger Rune (Also) / 3,795

8. Casper Ruud (Nor) / 3,615

9. Hubert Hurkacz (Pol) / 3,425

10. Alex de Minaur (Aus) / 3,355

11. Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) / 3,290 (3,540, No. 9, if he reaches the final)

12. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gree) / 3,175

1. Jannik Sinner (Ita) / 3,550

2. Daniil Medvedev (Russian) / 2,550

3. Alexander Zverev (Ale) / 1,835 (2,085 if he reaches the final)

4. Carlos Alcaraz (Esp) / 1,700

5. Alex de Minaur (Aus) / 1,495

6. Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) / 1,215 (1,465 if he reaches the final)

7. Andrey Rublev (Russian) / 1,060

8. Sebastián Báez (Arg) / 1,060

9. Casper Ruud (Nor) / 1,025

10. Ugo Humbert (Fra) / 1,025

Source: La Verdad


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