Another reshuffle in the elite.  Hubert Hurkacz will not be satisfied

PAP/EPA/SEBASTIEN NOGIER/Photo: Hubert Hurkacz

Rafal Smolensky


On Monday, the ATP ranking was published, which takes into account the results obtained by tennis players at the ATP Masters 1000 competition in Monte Carlo. There is no good news for Hubert Hurkacz, who has slipped several times again.

Last week, the prestigious Rolex Monte Carlo Masters 2023 tournament was held, and Hubert Hurkacz reached the third round, where he had to acknowledge the superiority of Italian Yannick Sener after a three-set duel.

The 26-year-old from Wroclaw did not repeat last year’s quarter-final match and thus missed out on 90 points. On Monday, it fell from 13th place to 15th place. Before “Hobby” were Briton Cameron Norrie and Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who lost the last three months due to injury, but still scored more points than the Pole.

Further points were lost by Kamel Mechrzak, who was provisionally suspended on suspicion of doping. On Monday, the Piotrków resident fell to 166th. Kacper Żuk moved up to 263rd, scoring points against the competitor in Split. On the other hand, Daniel Michalski earned points for his ITF World Tennis Tour victory in Santa Margherita di Pula and returned to the top 300. Varsovian is currently ranked 294th tennis player in the world.

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Serbian Novak Djokovic remained at the top of the ATP rating, having won only one duel in Monte Carlo. Despite this, he raised the difference from Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz II to 470 points. Norwegian Casper Rudd returned to third place, and Russian Daniil Medvedev came fourth. They took advantage of the fact that Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas failed to defend his title on the Monaco clay, dropping to fifth place.

And the new Rolex Monte Carlo Masters champion, Russia’s Andrei Rublev, earned 1,000 points. However, this only allowed him to strengthen his sixth position in the ATP ranking. His successor is Holger Rohn, whom he defeated in the final. The seventh place is the highest in the career of the talented Dane. The Italian Jannik Sinner, Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime and American Taylor Fritz also enter the top ten.

Three main series events will take place on European clay this week. The Gentlemen will play in Barcelona (ATP 500), Munich and Banja Luka (ATP 250). Of the Poles, only Jan Zieliński will present himself, who will again create a pair of doubles with Monegasque Hugo Nys in the Catalan capital.

Individual ATP rating:
1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 7240 points
2 – Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) 6770
3 – Casper Road (Norway) 5255
4. Daniil Medvedev 5240
5- Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) 4950
6. Andrei Rublev 4380
7. Holger Rohn (Denmark) 3865
8- Yannick Sener (Italy) 3525
9- Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada) 3450
10. Taylor Fritz (USA) 3245
11. Karen Khachanov 2900
12- Frances Tiafoe (United States) 2870
13. Cameron Norrie (UK) 2735
14- Rafael Nadal (Spain) 2715
15- Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 2660
16- Alexander Zverev (Germany), 2140
17- Pablo Carreno (Spain) 2095
18. Tommy Paul (USA), 2070
19. Alex de Minor (Australia) 2050
20- Lorenzo Musetti (Italy) 1930

166- Kamil Majcherzak (Poland) 356
263- Kasper Schock (Poland) 207
294- Daniel Michalski (Poland) 178
350- Max Kanikowski (Poland) 138
358- Philip Pellew (Poland) 132
641 – Jerzy Janowicz (Poland) 44
651 – Simon Kelan (Poland) 43
663- Martin Pawlowski (Poland) 41
697- Olaf Pechkowski (Poland) 36
715 – Paul Sias (Poland) 33
819 Maciej Rajski (Poland) 22
975 – Marcel Zielinski (Poland)
1014 – Michal Mikocha (Poland) 11
1037 – Gasa Zagrech (Poland) 10
1096 – Karol Drzewicki (Poland) 8
1204 – Jan Wojciech (Poland) 6
1294 – Aleksander Orlikowski (Poland) 4
1371 – Pyotr Matuszewski (Poland) 3
1377. Thomas Berkita (Poland) 3
1388 Mateusz Terzynski (Poland) 3
1530 – Pyotr Kociewicz (Poland) 2
1640 Pyotr Gallus (Poland) 1
1640 – Pyotr Pavlik (Poland) 1
1720 Mateusz Kolakowski (Poland) 1
1720 Mikołaj Lys (Poland) 1
1801 – Wojciech Marek (Poland) 1
1867. Gabriel Matuszewski (Poland) 1
1867 – Michał Dembek (Poland) 1

List of ATP Finals qualifiers:
1. Daniil Medvedev, 3210 points
2- Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 2520
3. Jannik Sinner (Italy) 2095
4 – Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) in 1910
5. Andrei Rublev, 1885
6- Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) 1750
7. Taylor Fritz (USA), 1635
8. Karen Khachanov 1305
9- Tommy Paul (USA) 1265
10- Cameron Norrie (Great Britain) 1265

14. Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 820

Doubles ATP rating:
1- Wesley Kollhof (Netherlands) 7280 points
1. Neil Skupsky (UK) 7280
3 – Austin Krajesek (USA) 5950
4- Rajeev Ram (USA) 5612
5- Ivan Dodig (Croatia) 5530
6. Joe Salisbury (UK) 5522
7- Mate Pavic (Croatia) 5275
8- Marcelo Arevalo (El Salvador) 5110
8 – Jan Julien Roger (Netherlands) 5110
10 – Nikola Mektic (Croatia) 5070

17- Jan Zielinski (Poland) 3305
63- Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) 1330
124- Simon Wacko (Poland) 675
125. Karol Drziewicki (Poland) 668
168. Piotr Matuszewski (Poland) 438
242- Lukasz Kubot (Poland) 265
420- Kasper Schock (Poland) 127
449- Shimon Keilan (Poland) 120
606- Jan Wojcic (Poland) 80
683 – Philip Pellew (Poland) 65
724 – Olaf Pechkowski (Poland) 60
792 – Michal Dembek (Poland) 51
801 – Max Kanikowski (Poland) 50
837 – Boris Zagola (Poland) 46
1143 – Gasa Zagrech (Poland) 21
1352 – Mateusz Terzynski (Poland) 13
1354 – Pyotr Pavlik (Poland) 13
1430 – Paul Sias (Poland) 11
1486 – Michael Mykola (Poland) 10
1590 – Daniel Michalski (Poland) 8
1593 – Mateusz Kolakowski (Poland) 8
1655 – Wojciech Marek (Poland) 6
1705 – Pyotr Czaczkowski (Poland) 6
1705 – Gabriel Matuszewski (Poland) 6
Maciej Rajski (Poland) 5
1826. Marcel Zelensky (Poland) 4
1876 ​​- Martin Pawlowski (Poland) 4
1889 Maximilian Samogowicz (Poland) 3
1948 Bartholomew Andrzyak (Poland) 3
2048 Artsium Dabrian (Poland) 3
2063. David Takzala (Poland) 3
2069 – Aleksander Orlikowski (Poland) 2
2316 – Przemyslaw Michoki (Poland) 2
2347 – Mikolai Liss (Poland) 2

The ATP Finals doubles the list of qualifiers:
1. Hijikata / Kobler 2045 points
2. S. Gonzalez / Roger-Vasselin 1880
3. Dodig/Krajicek 1650
4- Bobana / Ibden 1640
5. Koolhof/Skupski 1590
6- Nysa / Zelensky 1410
7. Glasspool / Heliovara 1360
8. Le Mons/Withrow 1315
9- M. Gonzales / Molteny 1200
10. Arevalo/Roger 1040

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