ATP Race Live: Jannik Sinner leads, Novak Djokovic loses two positions

The Italian 'sees' the qualification for the ATP Finals in Turin

by Lorenzo Ciotti
ATP Race Live: Jannik Sinner leads, Novak Djokovic loses two positions
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Jannik Sinner leads the ATP Race ranking Live and he sees qualification for the NITTO ATP Finals in Turin closer. the Italian is first in the Race ranking thanks to the triumphs obtained at the Australian Open in Melbourne and the ATP 500 tournament in Rotterdam.

Jannik is already with one foot in the event reserved for the best eight tennis players on the planet, scheduled for next November at the PalaAlpitour in Turin, considering that the winner of a Grand Slam has the possibility of placing among the 20 to qualify.

An advantage that the Italian athlete might not even exploit:. With 2500 points collected so far and almost a whole year to play, Sinner naturally has all it takes to be directly among the eight players in the Race ranking.

Djokovic loses two positions

Currently on the podium are the Russian Daniil Medvedev, finalist in Australia, and the Australian Alex De Minaur, protagonist of an excellent start to 2024. Among the athletes who stood out were Sebastian Baez and Ugo Humbert.

The successes obtained respectively in Santiago de Chile and Dubai allowed the two to overtake the Serbian champion Novak Djokovic, who for the first time in a long time finds himself without winning the first Slam of the season.

Novak Djokovic
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The American ATP Masters 1000, scheduled for Indian Wells and Miami, will offer many points up for grabs and the ranking will certainly undergo some important changes.

The ATP Race Ranking Live:

Jannik Sinner 2500
Daniil Medvedev 1500
Alex De Minaur 1295
Alexander Zverev 1235
Andrey Rublev 1000
Sebastian Baez 1000
Hugh Humbert 925
Novak Djokovic 860
Hubert Hurkacz 800
Alexander Bublik 790
Casper Ruud 725
Grigor Dimitrov 715
Taylor Fritz 695
Karen Khachanov 600
Alejandro Tabilo 568

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