1. Rafa Back On Top
That was fast. One week after dropping to No. 2 in the ATP Rankings, Rafael Nadal is back on top. The Spaniard, who won his eighth Internazionali BNL d'Italia title on Sunday (d. Zverev), begins his 174th week at the peak of the mountain.
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Nadal also remains alone atop the all-time ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles leaderboard. The Spaniard passed Novak Djokovic last month after winning his 11th Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters crown to capture his 31st Masters 1000 title. Читать дальше...