The post Miami Masters rankings are up. Despite loss to Roger Federer in Miami, Rafael Nadal has jumped to fifth place in the ATP world singles rankings released on Monday.
Roger Federer has moved up to No. 4.
Andy Murray remained at the top of the ATP world singles rankings with 11,960 points. The 29-year-old Scot led the rankings for the first time in his career on November 7 and has kept the lead since.
Serbian Novak Djokovic came in second with 7,915 points.
The current ATP rankings and point scores are as follows:
|1.||Murray Andy||United Kingdom||11960||17|
Race to London: Rafa is second in the year to date rankings. Having accumulated 4,045 Emirates ATP Rankings Points so far in 2017, Roger leads No. 2 Rafa by well over 1,500 points and has more than doubled the points of everyone else on the ATP World Tour.
Our champ is scheduled to play Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid and Rome. A title at two of those should put him past Federer going into the French Open.