Dominic Thiem is once again back in the ATP rankings. The lower Austrian has lost 60 places and is currently only 232nd. The 28-year-old former US Open winner plunged 90 points from the quarter-finals in Montreal 2019 on Monday, which was still in the account due to ATP rules related to the coronavirus.
Tim will miss the ATP Championships in Canada this year. The lower Austrian will compete in Cincinnati in August (from August 14), and the following week he will serve the former third-ranked world number one at Winston Salem (from August 21) before next playing in the US from August 29 thanks to an open wildcard. The 28-year-old has scored all of his current 221 points this year.
Filip Misolic remains the best Austrian in the rankings, improving slightly to rank 136 (+1). Tim is only sixth behind Georg Rodionov (139), Dennis Novak (155), Gerald Melzer (190) and Sebastian Offner (225). Russian Daniil Medvedev is still at the top of the standings, ahead of German Alexander Zverev and Rafael Nadal (Spain). Serbian Novak Djokovic came in sixth place.
Kraus is in the top 200 for the first time
In the women’s world rankings, she is still led by Poland’s Ega Swiatek, Spain’s Paula Padusa (third) and Greece’s Maria Sakkari (fourth). The best Austrian is Julia Graber at 131st, and 20-year-old Singa Krause made it to the top 200 for the first time (195).
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