Russian Daniil Medvedev overtook Rafael Nadal and moved into No. 2 within the ATP rankings on Monday.
And for the primary time for the reason that computerized rankings started in August 1973, there isn’t a American man within the prime 30.
Novak Djokovic remained No. 1, extending his all-time document to 320 weeks. Medvedev slid in behind him after Spain’s Nadal fell to eventual champion Alexander Zverev of Germany within the quarterfinals of the Mutua Madrid Open final week.
A primary-round loss in Madrid by Taylor Fritz, the highest-ranked American, dropped him one spot to No. 31 within the rankings. John Isner, who was defeated within the quarterfinals in Spain, climbed 5 spots to No. 34.
The final American man to be ranked No. 1 was Andy Roddick from Nov. 30, 2003 to Feb. 1, 2004, after he received the 2003 U.S. Open.
In the newest rankings, Nadal dropped to No. 3, and the following 5 spots remained unchanged with Austrian Dominic Thiem at No. 4, adopted by Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece, Zverev, Russian Andrey Rublev and Roger Federer of Switzerland.
Italian Matteo Berrettini and Argentine Diego Schwartzman flipped locations, with Berrettini transferring from No. 10 to 9 after reaching the Madrid closing.
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