Djokovic leads Nadal by 1,980 points after Vienna and before the Paris Masters
Published by Soamas
November 5, 2020 11:27 am
The Serbian, who will finish the year as world number one, increases his lead after participating in the Vienna tournament. However, Nadal may cut his lead this week in Paris.
Novak Djokovic continues to be number one in the ATP ranking for another week. Also, it continues to count down the 310 weeks that Roger Federer has been at the top of the order. The Serbian is now just 17 weeks away from matching Federer’s record. After completing his 293rd week at the top of the rankings.
Nole’ leads this week with a total of 11,830 points after scoring 90 points at the Erste Bank Open in Vienna. Where he fell in the quarterfinals to Italian Lorenzo Sonego after making sure he finished as world number 1 for the sixth time.
With the points achieved in Vienna, Djokovic is currently 1,980 points. Ahead of Rafa Nadal, second in the standings with 9,850 points. However, the Spaniard has an excellent opportunity to cut ends this week in the 1000 Masters in Paris. Nadal can add 640 points to the 360 points. He defends after dropping out of the semifinals of the tournament last year. At the same time, Djokovic will not play the Parisian game. Closing the podium is Austrian Dominic Thiem, third with 9,125 points. Also, missed a great chance to get closer to Nadal in the standings after falling in the quarterfinals of the Vienna Tournament.
The only change this week in the Top-10 ranking is the rise of Daniil Medvedev to fifth place with 5,980 points. They are overtaking Greek player Stefanos Tsitsipas, who falls to sixth place with 5,925 points.