Nadal takes over as ATP Race to Turin leader

Rafael Nadal has taken over the number one spot in the ATP Race to Turin with his triumph at Roland Garros and 2000 new points.

Quite old but still effective. That’s the description you could use for Rafael Nadal who has, at the age of 36, taken over the ATP Race in Turin basically cementing himself as the best player so far in 2022. While Nadal did not play consistently he has shown up in the biggest possible way when it mattered the most. Another Spaniard is currently 2nd and it’s Carlos Alcaraz who jumped over Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Casper Ruud is 4th with Alexander Zverev number 5 currently. Following them is Rublev at 6, Auger-Aliassime at 7 and Daniil Medvedev at number 8. The final two spots in the top 10 belong to Novak Djokovic and Taylor Fritz. It’s a fascinating race so far with many new names in the mix. It will be interesting to see just how many of them do end up in Turin.

ATP Race:

Rank Player Age Points

1 Rafael Nadal 36 5,620


2 1 Carlos Alcaraz 19 3,820

3 -1 Stefanos Tsitsipas 23 3,670

4 4 Casper Ruud 23 3,065

5 Alexander Zverev 25 2,700

6 Andrey Rublev 24 2,280

7 -3 Felix Auger-Aliassime 21 2.205

8 -1 Daniil Medvedev 26 2,080

9 1 Novak Djokovic 35 1,970

10 -1 Taylor Fritz 24 1,810

11 Cameron Norrie 26 1,495

12 1 Jannik Sinner 20 1,430

13 1 Diego Schwartzman 29 1,420

14 1 Hubert Hurkacz 25 1,390

15 15 Marine Cilic 33 1,360

16 -4 Denis Shapovalov 23 1,315

17 -1 Reilly Opelka 24 1,050

18 2 Miomir Kecmanovic 22 1.015

19 2 Grigor Dimitrov 31 1,000

20 -3 Alex de Minaur 23 1,000

21 11 Holger Rune 19 988

22 -4 Roberto Bautista Agut 34,980

23 -4 Matteo Berrettini 26,945

24 -2 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 23,890

25 3 Karen Khachanov 26,875

26 -3 Pablo Carreno Busta 30 855

27 -2 Sebastian Baez 21,837

28 -4 Francisco Cerundolo 23,828

29 -3 Gael Monfils 35,790

30 -3 Tommy Paul 25,740

31 David Goffin 31,725

32 4 Botic van de Zandschulp 26 685

33 Alex Molcan 24,668

34 Daniel Evans 32,660

35 -6 Maxime Cressy 25 660

36 -1 Albert Ramos-Vinolas 34,650

37 13 Lorenzo Musetti 20 621

38 -1 João Sousa 33 611

39 5 John Isner 37,600

40 -1 Frances Tiafoe 24,575

41 -3 Pedro Martinez 25,565

42 Emil Ruusuvuori 23,562

43 Fabio Fognini 35,560

44 5 Jaume Munar 25 559

45 10 Christian Garin 26 550

46 14 Lorenzo Sonego 27 535

47 1 Andy Murray 35 535

48 15 Arthur Rinderknech 26 531

49 2 Hugo Dellien 28 531

50 11 Sebastian Korda 21 530

51 -11 Alejandro Tabilo 25 528

52 -11 Thanasi Kokkinakis 26,527

53 -8 Aslan Karatsev 28 515

54 -1 Alexander Bublik 24 515

55 -9 Quentin Halys 25 506

56 -9 Oscar Otte 28 501

57 -5 Jiri Lehecka 20 493

58 6 Chun-hsin Tseng 20 473

59 -5 Benjamin Bonzi 25 471

60 -4 Jenson Brooksby 21,470

61 -4 Federico Coria 30 470

62 -4 Jack Draper 20 460

63 -4 Jiri Vesely 28 458

64 5 Filip Krajinović 30 455

65 -3 Daniel Altmaier 23,444

66 2 Nikoloz Basilashvili 30 425

67 -1 Nuno Borges 25 421

68 19 Mackenzie McDonald 27,416

69 -4 Nick Kyrgios 27 405

70 3 Laslo Djere 27 405

71 11 Pedro Cachin 27 401

72 -2 Taro Daniel 29 398

73 4 Richard Gasquet 35 397

74 -7 Daniel Elahi Galan 25 389

75 6 Marton Fucsovics 30 387

76 60 Bernabe Zapata Miralles 25 386

77 -1 Tomas Martin Etcheverry 22 381

78 6 Tallon Griekspoor 25 380

79 -8 Yoshihito Nishioka 26 373

80 8 Roberto Carballes Baena 29 371

81 -7 Kamil Majchrzak 26 368

82 3 Pavel Kotov 23 366

83 -8 Adrian Mannarino 33 365

84 -12 Thiago Monteiro 28 363

85 11 Denis Kudla 29 361

86 -8 Radu Albot 32 357

87 -8 Marcos Giron 28 356

88 -8 Dusan Lajovic 31 355

89 -6 Fernando Verdasco 38 344

90 Pablo Andujar 36 339

91 1 Federico Delbonis 31 335

92 -3 Jurij Rodionov 23 331

93 -7 JJ Wolf 23,329

94 -3 Soonwoo Kwon 24 320

95 31 Brandon Nakashima 20 315

96 -2 Roman Safiullin 24 314

97 -4 Christopher O’Connell 28 311

98 43 Jordan Thompson 28 307

99 18 Camilo Ugo Carabelli 22 298

100 5 Steve Johnson 32 295

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