The post Rome rankings are up. Looks the seeding issue for Roland Garros is the total non-issue I’ve thought it was all along. Other than that, the only movement was with Wawrinka dropping back out of the top ten to be replaced by Tipsarevic.
The post Madrid rankings are up. Rafa gained a bit on Ferrer while Federer and Murray switched spots. Also, welcome back to the top ten, Stan!
The post Barcelona rankings are up. There’s no movement in the top ten from last week.
The post Indian Wells rankings are up. I’m not sure how used we should get to seeing Rafa at #4 since he is skipping Miami and will, thus, drop 360 points at the end of that tournament. (Ferrer only has 180 points to defend in Miami. So, even if he defends none, he will have more points than Rafa by the end of the tournament.)
The post Australian Open rankings are up. For the first time since May 2005, Rafa is ranked #5.