Rafael Nadal has moved back into the world’s top four after reaching the semi-final of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters.
Novak Djokovic, winner in Monte Carlo, consolidated his place atop the rankings, more than 5,000 points ahead of Roger Federer, with Andy Murray in third.
|Rank, Name & Nationality||Points||Week Change||Tourn Played|
|1 Djokovic, Novak (SRB)||13,845||0||19|
|2 Federer, Roger (SUI)||8,385||0||18|
|3 Murray, Andy (GBR)||6,060||0||21|
|4 Nadal, Rafael (ESP)||5,435||1||20|
|5 Nishikori, Kei (JPN)||5,280||-1||22|
|6 Raonic, Milos (CAN)||5,070||0||24|
|7 Berdych, Tomas (CZE)||4,960||1||24|
|8 Ferrer, David (ESP)||4,490||-1||24|
|9 Cilic, Marin (CRO)||3,495||1||20|
Rafa i agree andre would be great !!!!! We love u n u can still be a CHampion.
Rafa, the first comment is right !!!! Get Andre agassi or somewhat else to be with uncle Tony i knnow u have great respect for him but sometimes new tricks help!!!!! Come on Rafa we love u n u r r a great champion with a good heart ya se ve!!!!
What a great coach Andre Agassi would be!
Good news for Rafa but I will strongly suggest Rafa get an additional coach to his team to teach him some new tactics and strategies on his game bring on Andre Agassi or Oscar Borras Rafa come on you are a great champion stop letting these lower rank players make you be so vulnerable on court !
Brilliant news where he belongs
I am more worried about Rafa’s injury prone body. Hope he stays healthy in order to continue to play his best tennis. Tennis is boring without Rafa. I am not a pro but wish the team could do something to help Rafa minimize injury. No sure diet is one of the factor to help…