The Spanish Rafael Nadal today left the “top 5” of the world tennis ranking, in which the Argentine Diego Schwartzman fell one place, to position 15, after the update after the US Open, the last Grand Slam of the season. .
The Mallorcan, absent this year in New York, has continuously held one of the top five positions in the ATP rankings since April 24, 2017 when he jumped to fifth place from seventh.
Schwartzman, meanwhile, continues in a slight downward trend that began on October 19 of last year when falling from the eighth to the ninth step.
The “top ten” of the ATP ranking is ordered with the Serbian Novak Djokovic (1), the Russian Daniil Medvedev (2) -flaming champion in the United States-, the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas (3), the German Alexander Zverev (4), the Russian Andrey Rublev (5), Nadal (6), the Italian Matteo Berrettini (7), the Austrian Dominic Thiem (8), the Swiss Roger Federer (9) and the Norwegian Casper Ruud (10).
As for the Argentines, they are among the top 100, in addition to Schwartzman: Federico Delbonis (46, +1), Federico Coria (61, +1), Facundo Bagnis (67, +13) and Guido Pella (82, + 3).
Rosario’s Nadia Podorsoka (39) lost two positions in the WTA standings, led by Australian Ashleigh Barty. Young British Emma Raducanu, a surprising US Open winner at age 18, climbed 127 spots to No. 23 in the world.