ATP ranking, Alcaraz undermines Sinner. WTA, here is the new queen

The intense parenthesis of the Miami Openwhich he saw triumph Carlos Alcaraz in the masculine ed Iga Swiatek in women, so it’s time to take a look at the rankings ATP And WTA updated. With the success on the concrete of Florida, the baby Spanish phenomenon has moved close to the top-10, precisely to the eleventh position; while the Polish, conqueror of the Sunshine Double, has consecrated herself as the new queen among women. Bittersweet news, on the other hand, for theItaltennis: the number of Italian representatives among the top one hundred in the world has dropped to six; but on the other hand, it was possible to record the advance of two interesting young people.

ATP ranking, Djokovic is still the leader. Alcaraz takes Sinner’s shoes off

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As was well known, no change at the top of the ATP circuit: Novak Djokovic he staggered heavily but ultimately retained his world number one status (8420 points). How long will it be like this? It depended on Daniil Medvedev (8410), second ranked force, the Serbian leadership could be safe at least for a while, given that the Russian, after the elimination in the Miami quarter-finals, will be stationary for a couple of months due to a hernia . Behind them was the German Alexander Zverev (7195), who thanks to the quarterfinals centered in the American tournament ousted the convalescent Rafa Nadal (7115). In fifth place, Stefanos stable Tsitsipas (5980), chased by a very compact group composed in that order by Matthew Berrettini (4945), Casper Ruud (4380) and Andrei Rublev (4375). For the Norwegian, finalist in Miami, it is best ranking (+1). To close the top-10 Felix-Auger Aliassime (3625) and Cameron Norrie (3440). Even the latter has just obtained the best placement in his career (+2).

And Sinner? Jannik, having overtaken Hubert Hurkacz (now 14th with 2873pt) and having been overtaken by Norrie and Carlos Alcaraz (3411), unfortunately lost one position overall. So, in summary, the Spaniard (the youngest winner ever in the Masters 1000 in Miami) moved from sixteenth position to eleventh, while the blue moved from eleventh to twelfth.

As for Lorenzo Sonego, his fifth consecutive defeat did not cause any jolt to his ranking: Sonny is still clinging to 21st place. Fabio Fogninion the other hand, he gained two positions, climbing to 32. Lorenzo Musetti and Marco Sniperfinally, they lost two and four, reaching respectively 82 and 97. As we anticipated, a blue came out of the top-100: it is Gianluca Magerwho is relegated by ten places and is now number 109. A rather bitter result.

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However, looking to the horizon, the Italtennis can smile. Yes, because Flavio Cobolli, fresh from his first Challenger title obtained last week in Croatia, has gained eighteen positions and has reached number 147. The entry into the top-150, we are sure, is only a starting point for the 2002 Roman class. But the good news didn’t end there, with Luca Nardiyesterday winner of his second Challenger title in Switzerland, who gained 66 positions, settling at 231. If it seems little to you, remember that we are talking about a class of 2003.

WTA ranking, Swiatek is the new queen

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As it has been known for some days now, the WTA has a new queen: Iga Swiatek. The Pole, after Ash Barty’s retirement, was already sure of inheriting the scepter of the women’s circuit, but doing it with the Indian-Wells-Miami brace in her pocket has a whole other meaning. Her current loot has risen to 6711 points. Simply extraordinary.

Considering Barty’s farewell, there are also news for the rest of the podium, with Barbora Kreijcikova and Paula Badosa which moved to second and third place respectively. Also noteworthy is the entry into the top-10 of Danielle-Rose Collins (8) and the rising of Naomi Osaka from 77th to 35th square. Camila Giorgi has gained a spot and is now number 30. Jasmine Paolini she lost three and is now 48. Lucia Bronzettigreat protagonist in Miami, has climbed 17 positions and is now number 85. Martina Trevisanfinally, he gained two positions and is now at 86.

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