Sports: Tennis - ATP classification: Ruud back in the top 5, the leap of Carreno Busta

Tennis - ATP - Montreal: Table

 Tennis - ATP - Montreal: Table © Panoramic Montreal Tennis Discover the Table of Masters 1000 in Montreal, which will be the first major step on the way to the US Open. In the absence of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz intend to shine. The season on Hard will seriously start. As every year pair, Montreal welcomes male tennis cream for the first of the two Masters 1000 on the program upstream of the US Open.

casper ruud © Panoramic Casper Ruud

arrived in the last square in Montreal, Casper Ruud is returning this Monday in fifth place in the world, Stefanos Tsitsipas place, which is back in seventh row. Victorious in Canada, Pablo Carreno Busta finds the Top 15 (14th). Very nice operation for Daniel Evans also.

Casper Ruud (23) has not lost everything in Montreal. Released in the semi-finals of the Masters 1000 Canadian by Hubert Hurkacz while he was already imagining his fourth title this season after his successes in Buenos Aires, Geneva and Gstaad, the young Norwegian player is still rewarded for his beautiful course in the rankings this Monday. Ruud indeed wins two places, which allows him to find the top 5 and 5th place in the world - his best ranking to date - which he had already occupied last June. The finalist of the last Roland-Garros dislodges Stefanos Tsitsipas, fell from top to the start in Montreal against the British Jack Draper (55th, +27), tube of the week. The Greek decreases in 7th position. Titled for the first time in his career in a Masters 1000 at the expense of the Polish Hubert Hurkacz, still 10th this Monday, Pablo Carreno Busta logically signed one of the most beautiful progressions of the week, with nine won places. The Spaniard, thus reintegrates the top 15 (14th). Four ranks of his best ranking (10th). Beaten in the semi-finals by the future winner, Daniel Evans does even better. The Briton is indeed a leap in 16 places.

Tennis - ATP - Montreal: Carreño Busta dominates Berrettini

 Tennis - ATP - Montreal: Carreño Busta dominates Berrettini © Panoramic Carreno Busta In a game for a time delayed by the rain, Pablo Carreño Busta made the dust bite to the head number 11 Matteo Berrettini in two rounds during From the first round of the Montreal Masters 1000. The hard surface transition did not go well for Matteo Berrettini . Successful on the occasion of the grass season and then in a short foray on clay, the Italian was eliminated in the first round during the Masters 1000 in Montreal.

Monfils, when it's not going ...

he finds himself 23rd, when his best ranking to date is 22nd place, last year. Nick Kyrgios, still excellent (he stopped in the quarterfinals after his defeat in three sets against Hurkacz), continues his rise in the classification. The Washington winner climbs nine notches and occupies 28th place on Monday. A little higher, Gaël Monfils loses two places (22nd). Forced to abandon in the third round in Canada against Draper for his return to the courts after three months of absence, the French number 1 may even have to give up the US Open. His double partner in Montreal Benjamin Bonzi, still second French player and 48th Monday (+1) despite his entrance output against Frances Tiafoe, could take the opportunity to get closer to his compatriot. Provided for the Gardois to recover in Cincinnati, where he will have a hard time in front of John Isner. With the exception of Constant Lestienne (94th, -4), all the other tricolors also progress, the palm returning to Hugo Gaston (68th, +8) and Adrian Mannarino (63rd, +7).

Canada's Auger-Aliassime wins third-round match at National Bank Open

  Canada's Auger-Aliassime wins third-round match at National Bank Open MONTREAL — A powerful service game gave Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime a distinct advantage in his third-round match at the National Bank Open on Thursday afternoon. Cameron Norrie had no answer for it and then watched his own service game fall apart. The sixth-seeded Auger-Aliassime fired 15 aces in a 6-3, 6-4 victory over the ninth-seeded Brit to earn a quarterfinal berth at his hometown tournament. "That was a very convincing win,"Cameron Norrie had no answer for it and then watched his own service game fall apart.

Tennis / ATP classification

Ranking to Monday August 15, 2022

1- Daniil Medvedev (rus) 6 885 points

2- Alexander Zverev (All) 6 70

3- Rafael Nadal (ESP) 5 620

4- Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) 5 045

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5- Casper Ruud (NOR) 4 685 (+2)

6- Novak Djokovic (Ser) 4 770

7- Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre) 4 650 (-2)

8- Andrey Rublev (rus) 3 630

9- Felix Auger-Aliassime (CAN) 3 625

10- Hubert Hurkacz (POL) 3 435

22- Gaël Monfils (FRA) 1 525 (-2)

48- Benjamin Bonzi (FRA) 921 (+1)

63- Adrian Mannarino (FRA) 741 (+7)

64- Arthur Rinderknech (FRA) 730 (+3)

68- Hugo Gaston (FRA) 692 (+8)

71- Quentin Halys (FRA) 667 (+4)

84- Richard Gasquet (FRA) 610 (+1)

94- Constant Lestienne (FRA) 558 (-4)

100- Corentin Moutet (FRA) 519 (+1)


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