The ATP rankings: Nadal kept the lead, regression Dolgopolov and Stakhovsky

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The Association of tennis professionals (ATP) published a new version of the world ranking.

Rafael Nadal through 11th victory at Roland Garros kept on the first row, ahead of Roger Federer for just 100 points. The Spaniard has a great chance to stay long on top because on grass Nadal last season scored a few points on the background of the success of his nearest rival.

Juan Martin del Potro through to semi-finals of ground Slam is back in the top 4, displacing Marin Cilic and Grigor Dimitrov. Dominic Tim, despite the debut of the final, managed to progress only on the seventh line.

Alexander Dolgopolov due to injury could not compete in the Open championship of France, which could not affect his ranking position. Fell on a few lines and Sergiy Stakhovsky, who is in the status of “lucky loser” in Paris made it to the second round.

The ATP rankings. 11 June 2018:

1 (1). Rafael Nadal (Spain) – 8770
2 (2). Roger Federer (Switzerland) 8670
3 (3). Alexander Zverev (Germany) — 5965
4 (6). Juan Martin del Potro (Argentina) — 5080
5 (4). Marin Cilic (Croatia) – 4950
6 (5). Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria) — 4870
7 (8). Dominique Tim (Austria) — 3835
8 (7). Kevin Anderson (South Africa) — 3635
9 (9). David Goffin (Belgium) – 3110
10 (10). John Isner (USA) — 3070

62 (55). Alexander Dolgopolov (Ukraine) – 905
133 (127). Sergiy Stakhovsky (Ukraine) – 424
276 (279). Ilya Marchenko (Ukraine) – 196

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