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David Goffin tumbles after 3.5 years of top twenty ATP ranking, Novak Djokovic is finally back at number one

For the first time since may 2015, David Goffin is no longer in the top twenty of the mannentennis. The Also must be Monday on the new ATP ranking ten places to hand, and drops to number 22.

Goffin ended his season in early October because of a lingering elleboogblessure. Belgium’s best tennis player had in the autumn, however, a lot of points to defend after he the end of 2017 under the more titles won in Shenzhen and Tokyo, and the finals of the Masters in London got. In the new ATP rankings lose Goffin 890 points and is so, 1.785 points, for the first time in 3.5 years no longer among the top twenty of the world.

The other loser of the week is the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov. That beat Goffin last year in the final showdown of the ATP Finals. He drops nine places to number 19.

Djokovic back on one

At the top of the ranking takes on Novak Djokovic in the first place back from Rafael Nadal. It is two years ago that the Serbian number 1 was. He starts Monday on his 224e week at the top of the standings. Thus, he stands fifth in the all-time ranking table. That is topped by Roger Federer (310 weeks), today the world’s number three, Pete Sampras (286 weeks), Ivan Lendl (270 weeks) and Jimmy Connors (268 weeks). Nadal stands at six with 196 weeks.

Djokovic lost Sunday in the final of the Masters 1,000 in Paris of the Russian Karen Khachanov. That makes the new ranking, a jump of seven places to number 11.

Lower on the ranking, there is profit for Ruben Bemelmans, the Belgian number two. By his final at the Challengertoernooi in Eckental he goes ten banks forward and ends up at number 119.

The ATP rankings of Monday, 5 november (with between brackets the ranking of 29 October):

1. (2) Novak Djokovic (Ser) 8045 points

2. (1) Rafael Nadal (Spa) 7480

3. (3) Roger Federer (Sui) 6020

4. (4) Juan Martin del Potro (Arg) 5300

5. (5) Alexander Zverev (Ger) 5085

6. (6) Kevin Anderson (ZAf) 4310

7. (7) Marin Cilic (Kro) 4050

8. (8) Dominic Thiem (Austria) 3895

9.(11) Kei Nishikori (Jap) 3390

10. (9) John Cheney, Who (VSt) 3155

11.(18) Karen Khachanov (Rus) 2835

12.(13) Borna Coric (Kro) 2480

13.(14) Fabio Fognini (Ita) 2315

14.(15) Kyle Edmund (GBr) 2150

15.(16) Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre) 2095

16.(17) Daniil Medvedev (Rus) 1977

17.(19) Diego Schwartzman (Arg) 1880

18.(21) Milos Raonic (Can) 1855

19.(10) Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) 1835

20.(20) Marco Cecchinato (Ita) 1819

++ 22.(12) David Goffin (BEL) 1785

119.(129) Ruben Bemelmans 487

213.(209) Kimmer Coppejans 254

232.(255) Arthur De Greef 240

323.(309) Christopher Heyman 140

324.(335) Yannick Mertens 139

354.(355) Germain Gigounon 120

384.(383) Joris De Loore 105

419.(416) Zizou Bergs, 92

466.(464) Omar Salman 78

474.(481) Jeroen Vanneste 76

502.(498) Romain Barbosa 69

533.(536) Jonas Merckx 63

558.(560) Clement Geens 58

591.(594) Maxime Authom 50

629.(631) Niels Desein 44

660.(619) Maxime Pauwels 40

689.(693) Michael Geerts 36

767.(764) Benjamin D how 27

809.(804) Yannick Vandenbulcke 24

851.(852) Julien Cagnina 20

871.(802) Yannik Reuter 19

1150.(1149) Arnaud Bovy 6

1157.(1158) Martin Van Der Meerschen 6

1195.(1193) Simon Beaupain 6

1206.(1208) Sander Gille 5

1223.(1226) Tom Pisane 5

1389.(1390) Loic Cloes 3

1490.(1491) Louis Herman 2

1642.(1649) Victor Poncelet 1

1720.(1724) Julien Dubail 1

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