2015 ATP latest ranking: Murray ranked third Nadal fell to the lowest in ten years
On Monday, ATP released a new men’s tennis world ranking.After the wedding, he returned to win two consecutive clay championships. Among them, Murray won three consecutive top ten in the Madrid Masters last week, and he ranked third. Before this, he has never reached the final or in the clay competition.After defeating the top eight in the world, it’s no wonder that after the British Madrid won the final, they wrote in front of the camera that marriage really works (marriage work).ATP announced the new men’s tennis world rankings and just swallowed Nadal, the most disappointing clay court loser since 2004, and fell to seventh place in the world by deducting 400 points.The last time he ranked so low was 10 years ago on May 8, 2005, when the Spaniard had not even won his first major championship.At present, Nadal is 170, 150 and 50 from Raonic, Bertic and Nishikori respectively, while he won the runner-up last year at the Rome Masters while the other three are only retired due to surgeryEntered the quarterfinals.  If Nadal wants to play in the French Open as the No. 4 seed, he must win the title in Rome and neither Bertic nor Nishikori have reached the semifinals.In terms of other players, Raonic, who insisted on participating this week, renewed his highest singles ranking in his career, and Australian rookie Kjegaus, who defeated Federer in the cold, was the first 30 in the world for the first time.In addition, Zhang Ze, who reached the semifinals at the ITF Busan Station, is close to the top 200 in the world.