Rafael Nadal hasn’t played since losing to Novak Djokovic in the French Open semi-finals.© AFP
Former world number one Rafael Nadal dropped out of the top five in the ATP rankings released on Monday, while Spanish teen Carlos Alcaraz was considered the successor to his compatriots and jumped from 17th to 38th. Currently ranked 6th in the French Open semi-finals due to a leg injury. Djokovic is comfortably in first place despite losing to second-placed Daniil Medvedev in the US Open final on Sunday.
Dominic Thiem, the predecessor of Medvedev as the US Open champion, dropped his ranking from 6 to 8 because he was unable to defend his title in New York due to a wrist injury.
Alcalas was shining at the US Open, showing that he was likely to be the youngest US Open men’s quarterfinal in 1983, but ended up running with a thigh injury and retired from the end. -Canada Felix Auger-8 clashes with Alias Shime.
Auger-Aliassime moved four spots to 11th place, with two other eye-catching rises that exceeded expectations after reaching the final Grand Slam quarterfinals of the year-Lloyd Harris of South Africa in 31st place Earn 15 places to be located Dutch qualifier Beautic van der Zandsulp has risen 55th to 62nd.
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