ATP Rankings – Nadal Back to No.1, Federer Slips to No.7

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Paris, 9/6/ 2013 Rafa NADAL (ESP) reached a record eighth French Open title defeating David FERRER (ESP)  6-3 6-2 6-3  Photo Ray Giubilo


Rafael Nadal (Player Profile) has regained the No.1 spot in the ATP Rankings as of October 7, overtaking Novak Djokovic (Player Profile) by 40 points with a final appearance at the China Open (despite losing to him in straight sets). Third and fourth remain Andy Murray (Player Profile) and David Ferrer (Player Profile), with more than 4000 points less than the leading duo.

With the Japan Open final victory over Milos Raonic, Argentine Juan Martin del Potro (Player Profile) jumped two places up (from 7 to 5), overtaking both Tomas Berdych (Player Profile) and Roger Federer (Player Profile), who is now ranked at No.7.

All players (except for Murray) are competing at this week’s Shanghai Masters tournament with 1000 points up for grabs for the winner. Defending champion is Djokovic, beating Murray in last year’s final (Federer and Berdych semi-finalists).


Here is a look at the Top 10 ATP Players Rankings:

1. Rafael Nadal                             11160

2. Novak Djokovic                         11120

3. Andy Murray                              6895

4. David Ferrer                               6710

5. Juan Martin del Potro                4925

6. Tomas Berdych                          4610

7. Roger Federer                            4515

8. Stanislas Wawrinka                   3150

9. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga                     3115

10. Richard Gasquet                     3095


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