Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray have been leading top three ranked players in the ATP Rankings announced on Monday 18th January by ATP World Tour.
2013 Australian Open winner Novak Djokovic has retain top place with 12960 points followed by his rivals 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer at second place with 9855 points and Britain top seed Andy Murray at third place with 8480 points in the ATP Rankings. Djokovic is not having any threat to his No. 1 place, before the French Open championship.
Roger Federer, who was considered as one of the greatest men’s singles champion in tennis history and leading Grand Slam champion in open era. Swiss legend may have to fight hard for No. 2 in upcoming months against his rival Andy Murray, where both the players need s to play high level tennis. Murray holds No. 3 with 8480 points and just away from 1375 points to grab No. 2 in latest ATP Rankings announced on Monday.
11-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal has won first ATP Tour title here in Brazil Open, where he has thrashed his final opponent David Nalbandian of Argentina in consecutive sets with a 6-2, 6-3 score line. Nadal has retained at No. 5 5755 points ahead of his close friend David Ferrer at No. 4 with 6865 points.