Roger Federer fallen out of ATP ranking completely for the first time in a quarter of a century on Monday, while Novak Djokovic moved four places #7 a day later victory at Wimbledon for the seventh time.
Federer appeared in singles every week. since he debuted at the age of 16 in September 1997.tied for 803rd, and held the record at number one most of the time until Djokovic broke it.
Federer was 97th before the game started at the All England Club, but now zero points because the rankings are based on the player’s performance over the previous 52 weeks, and he hasn’t competed at all since reaching the Wimbledon quarter-finals a year ago.
Shortly after this defeat, Federer his third right knee surgery in about 18 months.. Federer, who turns 41 on August 8, is set to return to tournament play in his native Switzerland in October and said during a speech on Center Court over the weekend that he hopes to play at Wimbledon next year.
Djokovicfall and second place Nick Kyrgios from 40th to 45th place, despite reaching the first Grand Slam final of his career, are the result of the WTA and ATP decisions not to award Wimbledon ranking points in response to the All England Club’s ban on athletes from Russia and Belarus due to the war in Ukraine .
On Monday, Djokovic, Kyrgios and all the other players lost all the points they earned at Wimbledon in 2021, while not benefiting from the way they performed during these two weeks.
SW Elena RybakinaThe first Grand Slam title did not benefit her in WTA ranking; she stayed in #23where she became the second-highest women’s champion at the grass court tournament in the professional era beginning in 1968.
The woman she beat at the end of Saturday Ons Gillrose from 2nd to 5th place, although it was her best result in the Major.
Last year’s losing finalist Karolina Pliskovadropped eight spots to No. 15, and some of the women who passed her reached their career highs on Monday, including the Australian Open runner-up. Daniel Collins number 7, US Open champion Emma Radukanu number 10 and runner-up at the French Open Coco Gauff in number 11.
French open champion Iga Swiatekwhose winning streak of 37 matches ended in the third round of Wimbledon remained in first place.
Daniil Medvedev, a Russian, remained at the top of the men’s rankings after he was not allowed to compete in Wimbledon. He won last year’s US Open and finished second at this year’s Australian Open.