ShootingStar Alcaraz As the youngest player since his Spanish countryman Nadal has been in the top 10 of the ATP world rankings. In 2005, the Grand-Slam record winner had made the leap at the age of 18, Alcaraz attracted by his tournament victory in Barcelona at the same age.

Nadal was even the same day before 17 years ago and also after a triumph in Barcelona under the best ten. The new World Ranklistenne Alcaraz last recently won the Hartplatz Masters in Miami as the youngest professional, the success in Barcelona was already his third tournament victory this year. So far, he had been led to rank eleven in the ranking.

Zverev further third, kerber slips off

Alexander Zverev continues to spend third place behind Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev in the current ranking and is located immediately before Nadal. Second best German is Oscar Otte rank 62.

For women, Polin Iga Swiatek continues to lead to their Stuttgart triumph, but now before the Spaniard Paula Badosa, which overtook the Czech Barbora Krejcikova. The best German, Angelique Kerber, slipped around two positions on P19ShootingStar Alcaraz As the youngest player since his Spanish countryman Nadal has been in the top 10 of the ATP world rankings. In 2005, the Grand-Slam record winner had made the leap at the age of 18, Alcaraz attracted by his tournament victory in Barcelona at the same age.

Nadal was even the same day before 17 years ago and also after a triumph in Barcelona under the best ten. The new World Ranklistenne Alcaraz last recently won the Hartplatz Masters in Miami as the youngest professional, the success in Barcelona was already his third tournament victory this year. So far, he had been led to rank eleven in the ranking.

Zverev further third, kerber slips off

Carlos Alcaraz Sprint Speed Winners SHOCKED The World

Alexander Zverev continues to spend third place behind Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev in the current ranking and is located immediately before Nadal. Second best German is Oscar Otte rank 62.

For women, Polin Iga Swiatek continues to lead to their Stuttgart triumph, but now before the Spaniard Paula Badosa, which overtook the Czech Barbora Krejcikova. The best German, Angelique Kerber, slipped around two positions on P19.

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