Roger Federer jumped to fourth in the ATP rankings released on Monday after claiming his 101st career title with his victory after defeating John Isner in the singles final at Miami.
Two weeks ago, at the Indian Wells Austria’s Dominic Thiem has climbed up to the fourth position after defeating Federer in the finals, but Federer switched places with him now.
Stefanos Tsitsipas who is the rising star from Greece moved up to his career best of eighth in the ATP rankings while Canadian teenager Denis Shapovalov cracked the top 20 for the first time after his race to the Miami semi-finals.
Novak Djokovic retained his top position despite crashing out in the last 16 in Miami with 11 070 points and Rafael Nadal still well ahead of third-ranked Alexander Zverev as the Spaniard targets a return from injury for the clay-court season.
Kei Nishikori of Japan with 4200 points stays at the sixth position while Kevin Anderson from Russia with 4115 points stays at seventh in the latest ATP rankings.