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Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer have won the last ATP standings


Mexico City (EFE) –

Serbien trident Novak Djokovic, Spanish Rafael Nadal and Swiss Roger Federer, the three numbers that were in this season, exchanging the position between them, are repeated final classification This year has been published on Monday, Seventh time and from 2014.

In a summary of the season of the ATP website, between the five changes ten first, Compared to last season, including six numbers South African Kevin Andersonand 10, American John IsnerHe finished for the first time in the classification field.

"Both were prepared in American universities". Finally, at least, there were two top 10 students in 1989. John McEnroeThey got Brad Gilbert and Jay Berger. "

The list of players that have returned to Top 10 is the world's No. 1 numbers Novak Djokovic, He finished in Juan Martin del Potro in Argentina in 2017. 5th 5th, and one year later, in 2013 (the last 10th was last time), not 9 for Japanese Kei Nishikori, who did not jump. 22 last year ended

For the first time throughout history world rankings (1973) there are players from five different regions represented in the top ten. Six European countries, Africa, Asia, North America and South America join this group. Likewise, over the last three years, over the last decade, more than ten years were at the end of the year.

5 list details in the last list of 2018:

Novak Djokovic According to the fifth number (2011-12, 2014-15, 2018) and the oldest (31) at the end of the four-year ranking of the four major four-year ranks at the top of ATP Ranking. 2004-18)

Rafael Nadal He finished the 10th consecutive year for a second consecutive victory (Federer) Jimmy Connors (16). In addition, the tenth point is that the Top 2 finishes and Federer (11) passed the second place.

Roger Federer is the oldest (37 years old) to finish with number 3 and ends up in four victories over three (five times, number 1, six times number 2 and three times number 3).

German Alexander Zverev The youngest (21) & # 39; top 4 & # 39; The second season of the second season ended Djokovic during the 2007-08 season and Boris Becker was the first German in 1994-95.

Juan Martín del Potro Top 10 ended the first time since 2013 and has the best record for the end of 2009 and 2013.


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