(Sports news, tennis news) Roger Federer hits a milestone of 750 weeks of history, behind far are Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
Federer 750 weeks of history, far ahead of Nadal – Djokovic
Roger Federer is having to leave the game due to a knee injury, which affects the position of the “Express Train” on the ATP tennis rankings. According to the ATP ranking today 2/3, Roger Federer has deducted 500 points for not being able to play defending the 2019 Dubai Championship, with a total score of 6,630 “Express Train” falling to the 4th rank, Dominic Thiem took over the third.
The Swiss player’s rankings will continue to plummet when he is unable to attend the 2020 clay season, but FedEx has just reached the historic milestone. According to Tennisworldusa, Roger Federer has just reached the milestone of 750 weeks in the top 3 last week, becoming the first player to hold such impressive weeks since the ATP Ranking in 1973.
Roger Federer first reached the top 3 when he won the Wimbledon 2003 championship, held the top of the ATP until 2008 and remained in the top 3 for ten years and was only removed from this position for a few weeks. Both Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic stand high in the rankings of the top 3 players for the most weeks but still far behind the “Express Train”. According to that Nadal ranked second (602 weeks), the legendary JimAmerica Connors third (591) and Djokovic ranked fourth (571).
The most impressive player last week was Taylor Fritz (USA), up 11 places for the first time to reach the top 30, the English tennis player – Daniel Evans (England) also rose 9 steps to number 28. In the women’s singles, 3 places The leading position has not changed, the fluctuation takes place in the top 10. Bianca Andreescu (Canada) has dropped by 6 places, creating conditions for the players behind the promotion to significant.
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