Stefanos reached the semifinal in Rome before losing to Rafael Nadal 6-3 6-4 playing rather convincing tennis also against the King of Clay. After this run, the Greek overtakes Kei Nishikori in the rankings to be the new world no.6 (career high). Tsitsipas is also just 75 points away from the world no.5 Sascha Zverev, and it seems inevitable that he will get his place in the rankings pretty soon.
After a fantastic start of the season, Felix is not having a massive run on clay after his Miami semifinal after he won just 3 matches of 7. However, the Canadian is still reaping the rewards for his first part of the year, and after Rome he goes 2 places up in the rankings to be the new world no.28 (career high).
Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer
The big 3 are still leading the rankings with Djokovic opening an even bigger gap on the rest of the pack after reaching the final in Rome.
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