SchwartzmanMeanwhile, it continues in a slight downward trend that began on October 19 of last year when it fell from the eighth to the ninth step.
The top ten of the ATP ranking is ordered with Serbian Novak Djokovic (1), Russian Daniil Medvedev (2) -flaming champion in the United States-, Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas (3), German Alexander Zverev (4), Russian Andrey Rublev (5), Nadal (6), Italian Matteo Berrettini (7), Austrian Dominic Thiem (8), Swiss Roger Federer (9) and Norwegian Casper Ruud (10).
As for the Argentines, they are among the top 100, in addition to Schwartzman: Federico Delbonis (46, +1), Federico Coria (61, +1), Facundo Bagnis (67, +13) and Guido Pella (82, + 3).
Rosario’s Nadia Podorsoka (39) lost two positions in the WTA standings, led by Australian Ashleigh Barty. Young British Emma Raducanu, a surprising US Open winner at age 18, climbed 127 spots to rank 23rd in the world.