Murray Climbs ATP Ranking

Murray Climbs ATP Ranking
Murray Climbs ATP Ranking

Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray climbed 457 places in the ATP world rankings on Monday, despite withdrawing from the Washington Open before his quarterfinal last week.

The former world number one is now ranked 375 as he continues his comeback from an 11-month injury layoff, AFP reported.

Murray also pulled out of the Rogers Cup in Toronto, though, after winning his last-16 match in Washington DC.

Alexander Zverev remained as the world number three by successfully defending his Washington title with a straight-set win over Alex De Minaur, while fourth-ranked Juan Martin del Potro was beaten in the Los Cabos final by Fabio Fognini, who jumps a spot to 14th.

Spanish king of clay, Rafael Nadal is atop the ATP ranking with 9310 points followed by the Swiss Roger Federer with 7080 points. Serbian Novak Djokovic, who also was away from the games due to injury, now has advanced to the tenth spot of the ranking.

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