The post Roland Garros rankings are up. Proving once again that tennis is a cruel sport, Nole gained points while Rafa remained the same. In news that’s more fun, Rafa has overtaken Nole in the Race To London Rankings.
The post Rome rankings are up. Rafa and Fed switched places again. Fish, who hasn’t played in ages, moved up one thus knocking Isner, who has been playing, out of the top 10. Go figure.
The post Madrid rankings are up. Rafa and Fed switched places, and Del Potro popped back up into the top ten.
The post Barcleona rankings are up. Rafa gained 455 points (what dropped? I’m so confused right now), Djokovic lost 250 (Belgrade), Federer and Murray stayed the same. Despite a lower point total than last week, Isner pops back up into the top ten.
The post Monte-Carlo rankings are up. Due to the weird week offset this year (thanks to the Olympics) and Djokovic not having played MC last year, the gap between him and Rafa actually increased. (Rafa’s Barcelona points have already dropped while Djokovic’s Belgrade’s have not.) Rafa did manage to put a slightly larger buffer between himself and Fed, though. (Not that any of this matters compared to…he won Monte-Carlo!)
The new rankings are up. Last year’s Monte-Carlo points have already dropped, so the gap between Djokovic and Rafa has increased, while the one between Rafa and Fed has tightened up.
The post-Miami rankings are up.