A sigh of relief for the Spaniard king of clay Rafael Nadal as he is back in the top five Men’s ATP rankings while Novak Djokovic comfortably stays at the top after winning the title at Paris. Andy Murray edged past the Swiss maestro Roger Federer to move himself into second spot. Roger lost early in the Paris masters which was one of the reasons why he lost the second spot while Andy Murray reached the final of the same tournament. Swiss player Stan Wawrinka remained in the fourth spot with no change in his rankings.
Rafa Nadal was not able to win any grand slam tournament this year because of his downfall in form and fitness but his current form has helped him gain a few places in the rankings and helped him secure his place in the ATP world tour finals which will be held in London.
The current ATP rankings:
1. Novak Djokovic (SERBIA) 15,285 Points
2. Andy Murray (SCOTLAND) 8,470
3. Roger Federer (SWITZERLAND) 7,340
4. Stanislas Wawrinka (SWITZERLAND) 6,500
5. Rafael Nadal (SPAIN) 4,630
6. Tomas Berdych (CZECH) 4,620
7. David Ferrer (SPAIN) 4,305
8. Kei Nishikori (JAPAN) 4,305
9. Richard Gasquet (FRANCE) 2,850
10. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRANCE) 2,635.