Tennis: ATP Rankings after Wimbledon 2012

10 07 2012

After winning the 2012 Wimbledon Tournament Roger Federer is World No.1 again Men’s Tennis.  He leads former No.1 Novak Djokovic by a mere 75 points.  Spain’s Rafael Nadal drops to No.3 after an early exit at Wimbledon. Germans Philipp Kohlschreiber and Florian Mayer made good strides in the rankings after reaching the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.

Here are the Top 25 as of July 9, 2012:

Rank & Player (Previous Rank)
Points
+ / –
Tourn.
1     Federer, Roger (3)
11,075 +2 20
2     Djokovic, Novak (1)
11,000 -1 19
3     Nadal, Rafael (2)
8,905 -1 20
4     Murray, Andy (4)
7,460 0 20
5    Ferrer, David (5)
5,430 0 23
6    Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried (6)
5,230 0 24
7    Berdych, Tomas (7)
4,515 0 23
8     Tipsarevic, Janko (8)
3,215 0 28
9     Del Potro, Juan Martin (9)
3,180 0 22
10   Almagro, Nicolas (11)
2,605 +1 28
11   Isner, John (10)
2,520 -1 24
12   Simon, Gilles (13)
2,480 +1 28
13   Fish, Mardy (12)
2,355 -1 22
14   Monaco, Juan (14)
2,130 0 23
15   Cilic, Marin (18)
1,825 +3 23
16   Verdasco, Fernando (16)
1,810 0 25
17   Monfils, Gael (15)
1,715 -2 22
18   Nishikori, Kei (20)
1,680 +2 21
19   Dolgopolov, Alexandr (21)
1,620 +2 27
20   Gasquet, Richard (19)
1,600 -1 22
21   Kohlschreiber, Philipp (30)
1,570 +9 28
22   Mayer, Florian (29)
1,545 +7 27
23   Raonic, Milos (22)
1,540 -1 22
24   Granollers, Marcel (23)
1,530 -1 27
25   Wawrinka, Stanislas (24)
1,470 -1 23