Roger Federer, out of the Top 10 of the ATP

The swiss Roger Federer, ninth in the ATP ranking, he will descend to 11th place and will remain out of the “Top 10” after almost five years.

Federer’s absence in the Indian Wells 1,000 Masters will cost you 480 points and, combined with the victory of the Pole Hubert Hurkacz (12th) In the round of 16 of the competition, he will lower the Swiss in the ranking, also surpassed by the Norwegian Casper Ruud (10th). Norwegian 22-year-old will be just the knockout rival of the porteƱo Diego Schwartzman (15th) this Wednesday, with a schedule to be defined.

That of the 24-year-old Polish is a surname that has been crossed often by the Swiss since, last July, eliminated him from Wimbledon in three sets, a defeat the Helvetian had not suffered since 2002.

The Swiss multi-champion had a 2020 with two operations on his right knee and he played again this year, although after 13 games played, including the Wimbledon quarterfinal, he ended his season after his trip to London, due to a recurrence of your pain on the right knee.

Federer, 40 and winner of 20 Grand Slams, entered the “Top 10” of the ATP on May 20, 2002 and only left it for a few weeks, between July and October 2002, and from November 2016 to January 2017.


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