The Tennis Professionals Association announced that I will not count the suspension period because of the Corona crisis in the classification, and therefore the Serbian Novak Djokovic, the current ranking leader, will remain in his position until the resumption of sports activity.
The ranking of male players, both individually and doubles, will remain unchanged since March 16, when the list was last published after I canceled all tournaments.
The Serbian player was leading the world rank with 10, 220 points, followed by Spain’s Rafael Nadal in second place with nine thousand and 850 points.
But these pausing weeks will not count on Djokovic, who was hoping to reach the American number, Pete Sampras, as the second most ranked player in the game’s top ranking.
Swiss Roger Federer sits at the top of the historical leader with 310 weeks in the first place, followed by Sampras with 286 weeks, and Djokovic succeeded them with 282 weeks.