Six-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic and his rival Swiss legend Roger Federer has been leading top places in the ATP Rankings announced on Monday by ATP Tour.
25-year-old Novak Djokovic has regain top spot with 12960 points followed by 17-time singles Grand Slam champion Roger Federer at second place with 10265 points in the ATP Rankings announced on Monday 4th February. Djokovic is far distance from Roger Federer for No. 1 place, where Swiss star will have to work hard to regain top spot in ATP Rankings once again.
Meanwhile, 11-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal is going to return back to action this week at the VTR Open in singles and doubles event and hopes to show best performance to climb to top three soon this season. Britain star Andy Murray holds No. 3 place with 8480 points and David Ferrer at No. 4 with 6865 points.
Canadian star Milos Raonic has moved couple of places to No. 13 with 2305 points, where he has played great tennis in the Australian Open and Davis Cup first round tie against Swiss. Argentina star Juan Monaco has slide down three places to No. 15 with 2220 points in the ATP Rankings.