Djokovic is back in first place and Nadal is back in third

Indian Wells is dear to Daniil Medvedev. The Russian, who was knocked out in the third round by Gael Monfils (4-6, 6-3, 6-1) was forced to relinquish the top spot in the ATP rankings and hand the position to Novak Djokovic, who is back in the ranks. The top of the ATP rankings is today, Monday, March 21st.

However, the Serbian will not be able to compete in the upcoming Masters 1000 tournament in Miami due to the anti-Covid legislation in place in the United States. Medvedev to return to first place will have to conquer the final of the prestigious tournament that will be held in Florida.

He will not participate in the second round of the Sunshine Double Rafael Nadal. The Spanish champion, who lost in the final to Fritz at Indian Wells, but played a beautiful tournament in which the semi-final victory over his heir Alcaraz is highlighted, has decided to focus on preparations in light of the very important following events in April. on the clay. the Red.

Meanwhile, the Manacor player rose to third place in the ATP rating, bypassing Germany’s Alexander Zverev. And confirms his sixth position behind Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas and Matteo Berrettini, ahead of Andre Rublev, Casper Ruud, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Hubert Hurkacz. In eleventh place is Jannik Sinner, who has been forced to give up the possibility of hitting the Indian Wells quarters for influence and who aims to return to Miami.

Lorenzo Sonego, 22, lost one place in the standings, lost in the second round by Ponzi. Fognini, who could not challenge Basilashvili because of the flu, still takes two places and is ranked 34th in the world.

Lorenzo Mossetti, ranked 77 in the ATP rankings, lost 21 places and was clearly quickly overtaken by American Opelka (6-1.6-4) in the 32nd final. In the top 100 there are also blues Marco Cecchinato (95) and Gianluca Mager (100).

ATP Ranking, March 21: Top 10

1 Novak Djokovic 8465 (+1)
2 Daniil Medvedev 8410 (-1)
3 Rafael Nadal 7115 (+1)
4 Alexander Zverev 7025 (-1)
5 Stefanos Tsitsipas 6070
6 Matteo Berrettini 4955
7 Andrei Rublev 4725
8 Casper Rod 3870
9 Felix Auger-Aliassime 3803
10 Hubert Hurkacz 3513 (+1)

ATP Ranking, Italians: Top 15

7 Perrettini, Matteo (ITA) 5.035 -1
12 Sinner, Jannik (ITA) 3.540 -2
22 Sonego, Lorenzo (ITA) 1.892 -1
34 Fognini, Fabio (ITA) 1.354 +2
77 Mossetti, Lorenzo (ITA) 841-21
95 Cechinato, Marco (Italy) 711 -3
100 Major Gianluca (ITA) 687-5
113 Trafalya, Stefano (ITA) 614 -3
Andreas 138 Sippy 465-16
157 Caruso, Salvatore (ITA) 392-6
167 Copoli, Flavio (Italy) 361 +10
169 Saadoun Muhammad Ali Al-Harbi 349
173 Fabiano, Thomas (Italy) 341 +1
174 Giannissi, Alessandro (Italy) 341 +12
185 Moroni, Gian Marco (Italy) 327-1

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