Rankings – July 13th

New rankings are out and the only change in the top ten is a flip-flop between Roddick and Del Potro.

Pos Name Points Pos Moved Tourns Played
1 Federer, Roger 11,220 0 17
2 Nadal, Rafael 10,735 0 18
3 Murray, Andy 9,450 0 21
4 Djokovic, Novak 8,150 0 23
5 Roddick, Andy 5,440 1 23
6 Del Potro, Juan Martin 5,425 -1 23
7 Simon, Gilles 4,000 0 28
8 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried 3,600 0 24
9 Verdasco, Fernando 3,500 0 24
10 Gonzalez, Fernando 3,185 0 18

5 Responses

  1. nic says:

    Yay Roddick!!

  2. Atch2 says:

    Play and compete bec it makes you happy Rafa. We know you don’t mind being number 2 and giving the top position to Fed for a while, I mean the guy likes to see his numbers stitched on his clothing.
    And way to go A-Rod. You and your coach make a swell team.

  3. CC says:

    I would have liked to have seen Roddick climb another notch or two, because of how well he did at Wimbly. I know it doesn’t work that way, though.

  4. faecoleman says:

    Yep congrats to A-Rod, he deserves it. I think some people in the media forget that he has maintained such a good position in the rankings for many years now, credit where its due. If he keeps up the good work then he will surpass Djokovic for sure.

  5. loverafa4ever says:

    Andy totally deserves this… after that awesome performance he totally deserves to at least climb one place in the ranking…