ATP Tour Rankings – as of April 3, 2017

Murray and Djokovic are still 1-2. But who’s 1-2 in the race to London? Federer and Nadal.

HEATING UP

Jack Sock (USA): No. 17 ————–> No. 15 (career high)

Fabio Fognini (ITA): No. 40 ————–> No. 28 (back in Slam seed territory)

Donald Young (USA): No. 51 ————–> No. 42

Nicolas Mahut  (FRA): No. 55 ————–> No. 46

Federico Delbonis (ARG): No. 57 ————–> No. 51

Adrian Mannarino (XFRA): No. 65 ————–> No. 58

Jérémy Chardy (FRA): No. 77 ————–> No. 68

Jared Donaldson (USA): No. 95 ————–> No. 75 (career high for the 20-year-old, who benefited from Raonic’s WD to go from qualifying to the fourth round in Miami)

Frances Tiafoe (USA): No. 101 ————–> No. 89

Ernesto Escobedo (USA): No. 108 ————–> No. 95

Mirza Basic (BIH): No. 214 ————–> No. 170

 (XXX): No. XX ————–> No. XX

COOLING OFF

David Goffin  (BEL): No. 12 ————–> No. 14

Gilles Simon  (FRA): No. 25 ————–> No. 30

Marcos Baghdatis (CYP): No. 50 ————–> No. 56

Yoshihito Nishioka (JPN): No. 58 ————–> No. 64 (and a torn ACL in Miami, too)

Damir Dzumhur BIH): No. 66 ————–> No. 73

Horacio Zeballos  (ARG): No. 75 ————–> No. 86

Evgeny Donskoy (RUS): No. 81 ————–> No. 103

Dudi Sela (ISR): No. 83 ————–> No. 107

 (XXX): No. XX ————–> No. XX

 

THE CANUCKS

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(For full, updated ATP Tour singles and doubles rankings, click here)

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2 thoughts on “ATP Tour Rankings – as of April 3, 2017

  1. Great to see Federer and Nadal meeting in finals once again; after so long. It’s been like a reunion of sorts, since the 2016 Basel tournament. I watched that Basel final and it was quite nostalgic; had no idea it was but a foreshadowing of what was to occur this year!
    Really appreciate you highlighting the Canadians rankings in your rankings update. Go Canadian tennis! Here’s to hoping Milos remains injury free and Vasek continues his upward trajectory. Good on Denis and Felix, ones to really watch. Impressive progress- talk about a late bloomer! for Adil. Kudos to the ultimate veteran – Daniel Nestor.

    • 2015. It was the only time between the 2014 Oz Open and the 2017 Oz Open that they played. Amazing when you think how often they’ve played already this year.

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