The post Wimbledon rankings are up.
Andy Murray remains top of the rankings but is now just 308 points ahead of Rafael Nadal. Roger Federer’s eighth Wimbledon title pushed him back up to No. 3.
|1.||Murray Andy||United Kingdom||7750||18|
According to ATP, Federer has no points to defend for the remainder of the season, while Rafa has 370 points and Murray has a whopping 5,460 points to defend following his incredible run at the end of the 2016 season.
Rafa is scheduled to play eight tournaments through the remainder of 2017. If our champ stays healthy and keeps playing good, he should comfortably take the top spot from Murray. Federer will have to do better than Rafa at pretty much every tournament that they contest to become world No.1 again.
Race to London: Rafa is still No. 1 in the 2017 points race with 7,095 points ahead of Roger who has 6,545 points. Nobody else is close.
|8.||Murray Andy||United Kingdom||2290||11|
|10.||Berdych Tomas||Czech Republic||1905||14|
Sources: ATP World Tour, AP