Monday, November 9, 2009

Roger Federer Holds on to No. 1 in ATP Ranking

Roger Federer is still the no. 1 male tennis player in the world. The updated ATP ranking publish on Monday shows that the Swiss tennis great has been successfully held on to his no. 1 position in the ranking, despite his failure to defend the hometown tournament Swiss Indoors, losing to Novak Djokovic in the tournament final. Federer has 10,340 points at this moment.

The second play is still occupied by Rafael Nadal with 8,845 points. However, he must be feeling the breath of Djokovic on his shoulder as the Serbian has decreased his difference with Nadal to only 545 points. Djokovic has now 8,300 rating points after winning his fourth ATP title in 2009 recently in Basel. Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro are occupying the fourth and the fifth place in the ranking respectively.

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