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David Ferrer replaces Andy Murray in the world rankings

Andy Murray after being unable to play this year´s Shanghai Masters lost his third place in the ATP list to David Ferrer.
Tennis Stories  14 Oct 2013 - 22:37 / by Muhammad Ali / reads 2278.
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Andy Murray after being unable to play this year’s Shanghai Masters lost his third place in the ATP list to David Ferrer.

Andy Murray replaced Roger Fedrer after defeating David Ferrer in Miami earlier this year ,his spot was then overtaken by Rafael Nadal.

He has already wiped out his schedule the aim is to recover and become fully fit for Melbourne next year.Del Potro, Tomas Berdych and Roger Federer are behind Murray in the ATP Points Table and some good performances from them in the coming weeks could see the Wimbledon chapion in Australian Open as the world number seven. That would mean the Scott would not be seeded in the top four and would therefore receive a much tougher draw than he has been used to in recent years.

British world no 1 has withdrawn from next month's ATP World Tour Finals in London as he continues his recovery from back surgery. After the withdrawal  Roger Federer,Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Richard Gasquet may qualify for the world tour finals. Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic David Ferrer and Del Potrohave already qualified for this year’s tournament
 

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