Rafael Nadal still No. 10 in ATP rankings

Spain's Rafael Nadal  attends  the final match of the ATP Mercedes Cup tennis tournament against  Viktor Troicki from Serbia, in Stuttgart, Germany, Sunday June 14, 2015. ( Marijan Murat/dpa, via AP)
Spain’s Rafael Nadal attends the final match of the ATP Mercedes Cup tennis tournament against Viktor Troicki from Serbia, in Stuttgart, Germany, Sunday June 14, 2015. ( Marijan Murat/dpa, via AP)

The ATP Rankings are out, and for now, there is no change in Rafael Nadal’s standing. Our champ remains as the World No. 10 with 3135 points, 205 more than last week as a result of winning the Mercedes Cup title in Stuttgart. He is closing in on ninth ranked Marin Cilic.

Novak Djokovic is still the top-tanked player, followed by Roger Federer and Andy Murray.

ATP top 10 as of Monday, June 15:

Photo: ATP World Tour
Photo: ATP World Tour

The standings in the ATP Race to London: Rafa is now #7.

5 comments

  1. nadal actually gets 250 atp points by winning mercedes open. This 250 points replaces the 45 points rafa earned from barcelona open. Therefore effectively 250-45=205 points gets added to his ranking points.

    • I’ve got the same question – why the difference of 45 points?

      I’m unable to open that new “improved” ATP site to check it myself, so could you please scan for us Rafa’s Rankings Breakdown before today and today? Or any other page that would help explain thet 45-point difference?

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