Rafael Nadal enters top 4 in ATP rankings replacing Stefanos Tsitsipas
Daniil Medvedev has accomplished a lifelong dream. The Russian takes over the ATP’s No.1 ranking on Monday, February 28, becoming the 27th man to ever hold the top spot – and, at 6’6” the tallest No.1 in ATP history.
Nadal up to No.4
In the ATP rankings, Rafael Nadal climbs ahead of Stefanos Tsitsipas, reaching back to No.4, while Andrey Rublev also rises one spot to No.6. The Spaniard is 15-0 on the season with three titles, after winning his 91st ATP title on Saturday at Acapulco. He had never previously started a season with more than 11 wins in succession.
This is not the only change as on his ATP ranking under his coach he has added former ATP player Thomas Enqvist to his coaching team
"Enqvist is an addition to my team," Tsitsipas said, speaking to the press during the ATP event in Rotterdam, where he reached the final. "It’s important to have a person like him on my team."
Thomas Karl Johan Enqvist is a Swedish former professional tennis player. He reached the final of 1999 Australian Open and won a total of 19 singles titles, including three Masters titles. In November 1999, he reached a career-high ranking of world No. 4