Posted: Mon, April 25, 2022 – 11:07 AM | Last Updated: Monday, April 25, 2022 – 11:07 AM
At just 18, the young Spanish promoter Carlos Algara entered the worldg Ranked ninth in the top ten clubs in the ATP, he became the youngest player in 2005 to be achieved by his famous teammate Rafael Nadal..
On Sunday, he reaffirmed that Barcelona is one of the most important names in the world of yellow football by reaching the 500-point title on clay, third this year after Miami for the Masters and Rio de Janeiro, and fourth in his career.
Nadal also became the youngest player to enter the top ten clubs after winning the Barcelona tournament in 2005.
Alcares lost in the third round of the Australian Open earlier this year, but all eyes will be on him at the Roland Carros starting on May 22.
Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, who lost to eighth-seeded Andrei Rublev in the final of the Belgrade tournament on Sunday, is still in the lead against other Russian player Daniel Medvedev, who announced his injury earlier this month. Withdrew from the tournament for about one or two months.
The biggest improvement was Italy’s Fabio Fognini, who jumped 12 places to 50th, while the former world number three, Austria Dominic Theme, was the biggest loser, dropping 39 places to ninety-third.
– Ranking of the top ten players:
1 – Novak Djokovic 8400 points
2- Daniel Medvedev of Russia 8080
3- German Alexander Sverev 7465
4- Rafael Nadal 6435
5- Greek Stephanos Chitsibas 5770
6- Italian Matteo Bertini 4570
7- Norwegian Caspar Rod 4110
8- Russian Andrei Rublev 4025
9- Carlos Alcaraz of Spain 3,827 (+2)
10- Canadian Felix Agar-Aliasim 3625 (-1)
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