Rafel Nadal, Roger Federer & Novak Djokovic on the new change announced by ATP to Ranking System
The association of tennis professionals on Wednesday announced the ‘Best of System’ for the world Rankings followed till August.
The decision could benefit the likes of 2019-2020 middle-session top scorers Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafel Nadal.
Now, the new system says that for all the hardcourt & claycourt events that got canceled in March & August of 2020, the players will either have to maintain 50% of the points they made in 2019 or 100% points they will earn in 2021.
The claycourt events that were postponed to occur in 2020, points gained in the 2019 edition will fall, and either 50% points of 2020 or 100% of 2021 will be taken into consideration.
The players who saw a great deal of achievement at the 2019 and 2020 seasons remain to acquire structure the rankings choice by the ATP.
Roger Federer, who as of late pulled out from the Miami Masters in front of his profoundly expected rebound, will get 500 focuses from that competition without taking part in it. The Swiss maestro is set to show up in Doha and Dubai, the two competitions where he has focuses to acquire; the new framework will help him move his way back to the visit.
Novak Djokovic, in the interim, has the choice of skirting the Rome Masters this season – a demonstration that will see him drop only 500 focuses. The Serb is likewise ensured to hold at any rate 600 focuses from his second-place finish finally year’s French Open.
Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will likewise hold at least 1000 and 600 focuses separately from their adventures at Wimbledon 2019.
In the event that injury or a unique ahead of schedule round exit wrecks Rafael Nadal’s Roland Garros, he also will hold at any rate 1000 focuses. In addition, Nadal’s victory at the Rogers Cup in 2019 methods he could hold 500 focuses and avoid the occasion in Canada – consequently making ready for him to play Cincinnatti interestingly since 2017.
Roger Federer additionally has 600 focuses from arriving at the last at Indian Wells in 2019, and as things stand those focuses won’t drop by any stretch of the imagination. In any case, if the occasion is rescheduled and Federer decides not to play, he will keep up in any event 300 focuses.