◼️ The Monte Carlo title allows the Spanish tennis player to keep the world ranking lead.
After Rafael Nadal won the Montecarlo Master 1000 by overcoming Japanese Kei Nishikori in two sets (6-3, 6-2) in the final, the top 10 of the ATP ranking reflected very few changes.
However, in the other positions were changes and even meteoric climbs, like the Japanese Kei Nishikori, who climbed 14 steps after reaching the final of the contest, which was placed in the 22nd place.
The German Alexander Zverev, despite falling to the Japanese in the semifinals, managed to overcome the Croatian Marin Cilic with which he exchanged positions and agreed to third place.
Others that reflected improvements in their positions in the list were the Spaniard Pablo Carreño, the Serbian Novak Djokovic and the American Sam Querrey, who climbed a place to be placed in places 11, 12 and 13, displacing the Frenchman Lucas Pouille, who dropped three steps up to 14.
Classification of the ATP on April 23, 2018:
1. Rafael Nadal Esp 8,770
2. Roger Federer Sui 8,670
3. Alexander Zverev Ale 5,195
4. Marin Cilic Cro 4,985
5. Grigor Dimitrov Bul 4.950
6. Juan Martín del Potro Arg 4,470
7. Dominic Thiem Aut 3,755
8. Kevin Anderson Sud 3,390
9. John Isner USA 3,125
10. David Goffin Bel 2,930