Federer is not “top ten” after 245 weeks and Schwarztman advanced to 13th place – Télam

Federer was left out of the Top Ten.

 

The Swiss legend Roger Federer left the “top ten” of the tennis world rankings on Monday after inhabiting it for 245 consecutive weeks and the Argentine Diego Schwartzman recovered two places and was in 13th place. placed after recently reaching the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 in Indian Wells, in the United States.

The departure of Federer, who fell from the ninth to the eleventh step, was the great novelty of the update made this Monday by the ATP, since the Swiss remained in that privileged circle since January 30, 2017.

On that date, he jumped from position 17 to 10 and then ranged in different positions, including number 1, which he monopolized at the brightest moment of his career (2004-2008).

The 40-year-old Federer, winner of 103 titles (20 Grand Slam), remains inactive due to a severe knee injury that forced him to undergo surgery twice in the past year and jeopardizes the continuity of his career.

Schwartzman rose to 13th place. Schwartzman rose to 13th place.

On the other hand, 29-year-old “Little” Schwartzman rose through the ranks after four consecutive weeks at box number 15 and look for the remainder of the season to return to the “top ten” that he left on June 14.

The top ten places in the ranking are: 1) Novak Djokovic (Serbia); 2) Daniil Medvedev (Russia); 3) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece); 4) Alexander Zverev (Germany); 5) Rafael Nadal (Spain); 6) Andrey Rublev (Russia); 7) Matteo Berrettini (Italy); 8) Dominic Thiem (Austria); 9) Casper Ruud (Norway) and 10) Hubert Hurkacz (Poland).

Four other Argentines are among the 100 best in the world as follows: Federico Delbonis (40, +4); Federico Coria (68, -1); Facundo Bagnis (81, -7) and Guido Pella (82, -2).

In the female ranking, dominated by Australian Ashleigh Barty, Rosario Nadia Podoroska had a sharp decline of 42 positions and was number 82 in the world.

By Editor

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