A rather interesting edition of Wimbledon is just over and there are some changes in the rankings.
The big3 domination
Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer are still at the top of the rankings. The Serbian is still leading the rankings comfortably with 12.415 points and a strong 4.470 points gap over the world no.2 Rafael Nadal. On another level, the Swiss is closing up to the Spaniard as he is now only 485 away from Rafa.
Bautista-Agut, Goffin, and Querrey
Among the top movers after Wimbledon, we have Roberto Bautista-Agut that after reaching the semifinal at the Championships gained 9 places in the rankings to be the new world no.13 and equal his career high.
David Goffin reached the quarters in Wimbledon to get up 5 places in the rankings and be the new world no. 18.
Querrey had an excellent stint on grass after he was the runner-up in Eastbourne and he reached the quarters in Wimbledon. After this stint, he went 26 places to be ranked no. 39.
Here the top20.
|DJOKOVIC, FEDERER IN THE WIMBLEDON FINAL
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